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Cork Harbour's Walsh on Top After First Round of the 'All Ireland'

24th September 2010
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Cork Harbour's Walsh on Top After First Round of the 'All Ireland'

Local helm Nick Walsh representing the National 18 dinghy class is guaranteed a place in the  final of the All Ireland sailing championships this weekend after wins this afternoon. Conditions were excellent with northerly breezes and flat water and a strong flood tide. Joining him on Sunday in the finals is Sligo's Niall Henry (GP14). Racing continues tomorrow in Cork harbour and the competition for the Junior and Girls Fleets will also get underway. Bob Bateman's photos from this afternoon's flight action below:

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Provisional results for Flight 1 Race 3

Boat

Helm

Place

2

Nick Walsh

1

3

Conor Turvey

2

4

Niall Henry

3

6

Garrett May

4

7

Simon Mitton

5

5

Clem McElligott

6

8

Pat O'Neill

7

Provisional results for Flight 1 Race 2

Boat

Helm

Place

2

Nick Walsh

1

4

Niall Henry

2

6

Garrett May

3

3

Conor Turvey

4

7

Simon Mitton

5

8

Pat O’Neill

6

5

Clem McElligott

7

Provisional results for Flight 1 Race 1

Boat

Helm

Place

7

Simon Mitton

1

4

Niall Henry

2

6

Garrett May

3

2

Nick Walsh

4

5

Clem McElligott

5

8

Pat O’Neill

6

3

Conor Turvey

7

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