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1720 Irish National Championship Win for Anthony O'Leary at Monkstown Bay Sailing Club
#1720 – Bob Bateman captured the action from the first day's action in the 1720 Nationals in Cork Harbour yesterday.  The event is being staged by Monkstown Bay Sailing Club.  The results overall are as follows: 1. Anthony O'Leary  2. Tom…
Sovereign's Cup & 1720 Euro Sailing Instructions Here!
The sailing instructions for next Wednesday's Sovereign's Cup at Kinsale Yacht Club are now available. As this year's Cup incorporates the 1720 European Championships, two separate sets of sailing instructions have been produced. Both sets are available to download below.…
20 Boats Expected for 1720 Sportboat European Championships!
With 11 boats already entered it is anticipated there will be in excess of 20 boats taking part in the 1720 European Championships, as part of the Covestone Asset Management Sovereign's Cup Regatta.Current entries include Class Captain Finbarr Jeffers, Anthony…
Mansfield Retains 1720 Euro Crown in West Cork
#1720 - In a star studded cast in Baltimore, West Cork the 1720 European Championships finished on Saturday with National Champions Mark Mansfield and Terry English retaining their Euro title but only in the last race of the championship. The…
#1720 – With no wind expected for Cork Harbour today Mark Mansfield retained his 1720 national title after two days of competition in Cork Harbour. See our earlier reports from 1720 Day one and 1720 Day two for results and…
English and Mansfield Move into the 1720 Lead
#1720 – After two days of racing at the CH Marine 1720 National Championships and six races sailed the leader on 10 pts is Terry English and Mark Mansfield's Gut Rot crewed by Mike Budd, Bernard Fitzpatrick and Joe Bruen…
Wahoo Leads in Big Wind Start to CH Marine 1720 Nationals
#1720 –A single point separates first and fourth place overall after two high speed races of the CH Marine sponsored 1720 National Championships writes Claire Bateman. Defending champion Mark Mansfield, who is always formidable in strong winds, lies fourth overall after…
Royal Cork's Own 1720s to Crown Cork Week One Designs
#CORKWEEK – In six weeks time, there will be eight different classes racing at Cork Week. The vast majority of the yachts will be racing under IRC and ECHO handicap systems but Cork Week also boasts two one design classes,…
1720s and Mansfield Enjoy New Lease of Life
'The big man is back' reports WM Nixon this morning in the Irish Independent's Sailing Column. Reports of the demise of the 1720 are greatly exaggerated he concludes in a nice write up for the class and new champion, former…
Racing Round-Up: ISORA, DBSC, Royal Cork, Stars, 1720s, Flying fifteens, SB3s,
An exotic weekend in Dun Laoghaire with the start of an Olympic class keelboat event plus the arrival of a Volvo 70 into the harbour but Irish weather meant all did not go to plan. Click our links for a…
Mansfield Wins 1720 Euros in Baltimore
Perfect sailing conditions off Sherkin Island yesterday with a steady 12-16 knot breeze provided champagne conditions for Mark Mansfield and Terry English and the crew onboard Gut Rut to secure the championship with a 10 point lead and a race…
Mansfield Holds 1720 Lead
Mark Mansfield holds the lead after six races at the 1720 Corona Euro Championships in Baltimore, West Cork. Nicholas O'Leary onboard T-Bone owned by Crosshaven duo Tom Durcan and Clive O'Shea is now in second place having discarded an ocs…
Mansfield Leads 1720 Euros in Baltimore
Current 1720 National Champion Mark Mansfield leads the 1720 Corona Euro Championships in Baltimore after a long opening day of close sailing in steady 10-14 knot conditions. The 28 strong fleet completed three races off Sherkin Island and Mark Mansfield…
Mansfield Returns to 1720s With a Title Win
After a break of five years, former class European champion Mark Mansfield returned to the 1720 class at the weekend and won the CH Marine sponsored national championships in Cork Harbour from a fleet of 14 boats. The last race…
1720 European Championships to be Launched on the Lee
The 1720 Sportsboat European Championships and the class national championships will be launched at a "Sailing By The Lee" event on Friday 29th April, 2011 where six 1720's will be raced on the River Lee adjacent to the Headquarters of…
Crotty Stays on Top in 1720s
The sun may have been missing from the scene this morning at Crosshaven and the skies may have been dark and overcast but the wind was blowing, the buzz was very definitly in the the air and the spring was…

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