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Kenefick, Mansfield, Allen and Duncan Progress to All Ireland Finals

8th October 2011
Kenefick, Mansfield, Allen and Duncan Progress to All Ireland Finals
Two Royal Cork sailors stormed to the top of this morning's opening rounds of the Waterways Ireland All Ireland Sailing Championships. ICRA chsampion George Kenefick scored 1,1,2 to finsh top of the group with 1720 sportsboat Mark Mansfield in second on 5 points. They both now progress to the finals and will be joined by Ballyholme's Adrian Allen and Howth's SB3 champ Ben Duncan, the first four sailors into tomorrow's shoot-out for the title of All Ireland sailing champion.

Racing is taking place in flight two this afternoon in gusty 12 knot winds under race officer Geoff O'Donoghue of Lough Derg Yacht Club.

All three Dun Laoghaire helms competing in this morning's first flight were eliminated. Missing the cut by a single point are Mermaid champion Roger Bannon, David Gorman of the Flying fifteens and Alan Claffey of the Ruffians. Also going home is Donegal GP14 Champion John McGuinness.

Flight 1 Results

Flight

Boat

Name

R1

R2

R3

Total

1

7

George Kenefick

1

1

2

4

1

1

Mark Mansfield

2

2

1

5

1

2

Adrian Allen

8

3

3

14

1

6

Ben Duncan

4

6

4

14

1

5

Roger Bannon

5

5

5

15

1

3

Alan Claffey

6

4

6

16

1

8

David Gorman

3

7

7

17

1

4

John McGuinness

7

8

8

23


Results of the second flight later.
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