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J109 'White Mischief' Regains Turkey Shoot Lead After Race Three to Dalkey Island

19th November 2019
The 65-boat Dublin Bay Sailing Club Turkey Shoot fleet head south across Scotsman's Bay to Dalkey Island in race three of the seven race series The 65-boat Dublin Bay Sailing Club Turkey Shoot fleet head south across Scotsman's Bay to Dalkey Island in race three of the seven race series Photo: Afloat

Royal Irish J109 White Mischief has regained the overall lead of the DBSC Turkey Shoot Series on Dublin Bay even after a lowly 21st place scored in the third race last Sunday morning.

The Tim and Richard Goodbody skippered leader now has a four-point margin over two yachts that are tied for second place, the J97 Windjammer (Lindsay Casey) and the 1720 Ricochet skippered by Kenny Rumball.

The RIYC father and son duo took an early lead in the series after race one before losing it in a high turnout race two to the 1720 sportsboat, Wolfe.

The 65-boat fleet had another light to medium air race last Sunday over a course south of Dun Laoghaire Harbour to Dalkey Island as captured so well in this INSS video.

Racing in the seven-race series sponsored by Citroen South continues this Sunday.

Results are downloadable below.

Published in Turkey Shoot
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