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O'Leary's Royal Cork Cape 31 Antix Takes the Lead of Irish National Championships (Video)

13th July 2022
Anthony O'Leary’s Cape 31 Antix from the Royal Cork YC now leads the Cape 31s at Cork Week
Anthony O'Leary’s Antix from the Royal Cork YC now leads the Cape 31s at Cork Week Credit: Bob Bateman

The Cape 31 Class was once again racing on the national championship windward leeward course on Wednesday (day three) off Cork Harbour's Roches Point.

Anthony O'Leary’s Antix from the Royal Cork YC scored a 1-3-1 to take the lead in the series being raced as part of Cork Week Regatta.

The third day of Cork Week incorporating the ICRA National Championships was blessed with sunshine and 8-10 knots of breeze from the north. 

Cape 31s Valkyrie, Adrenaline and KatabitcsCape 31s Valkyrie, Adrenaline and Katabitcs Photo: Rick Tomlinson

Tuesday leader, Dan O'Grady’s Aja from Howth Yacht Club scored a 4-2-2 and drops to second. Michael Wilson’s Shotgun scored a 5-1-4 to finish the day in third for the series.

Lance Adams' Cape 31 Katabatic Photo: Bob BatemanLance Adams' Cape 31 Katabatic Photo: Bob Bateman

Racing at Cork Week continues tomorrow with the penultimate day of racing for the regatta. Five race areas, in and outside Cork Harbour, will be organised by the Royal Cork Yacht Club.

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Published in Cork Week, Cape 31
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Louay Habib is a Maritime Journalist & Broadcaster based in Hamble, United Kingdom

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