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Andrew Craig's J109 'Chimaera' Wins Overall at the Scottish Series as Irish Boats Win All IRC Classes

28th May 2019
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Andrew Craig (second from right) and his victorious Scottish Series crew celebrate on the Clyde Andrew Craig (second from right) and his victorious Scottish Series crew celebrate on the Clyde Photo: Marc Turner/CCC

Dublin Bay J109 Class Captain Andrew Craig of the Royal Irish Yacht Club emerged the overall winner of the 2019 Scottish Series in Tarbert yesterday in a clean sweep of IRC prizes by Irish cruiser racers after the series was cut short on Loch Fyne.

Down Cruising Club's Forty Licks was the IRC1 winner, Chimaera took the RC35s in a start to finish victory, Jonny Swan's Harmony of Howth Yacht Club went one better than 2018 and was the IRC3 victor and Carrickfergus yacht F'n Gr8 was the IRC4 winner.

The other Class Winners for the 2019 Clyde Cruising Club Scottish Series are; CYCA5 First by Farr, CYCA6; Salamander XXII and CYCA8; Celtic Spirit, Sigma 33 OOD; Leaky Roof 2, Sonata OD; Fiddlesticks, Hunter 707 OD; Seaword and Etchells OD: Hero

Overall results are here

The trophy winners for the Clyde Cruising Club Scottish Series 2019 are;

Overall Series winners
Chimaera

Joe Deane Cup and Knox Anchor
Salamander XXI

Rosebowl
Chimaera 

Tunnocks' Cup
Reflection

Crinan Cup
Celtic Spirit

Crawford McInnes Trophy (Hempel Youth winners)
Reflection 

Lemarac Tankard
Celtic Spirit

Causeway Cup
F'n Gr8

Alfred Mylne Trophy
Hero

Clyde Bowl
Celtic Spirit

Valhalla of Ashton Salver volunteer award
The Tech (or as we know them, Raynet) Team

La Rochelle Trophy
Lyrebird

The McIver Salver (Mudhook YC)
F'n Gr8

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