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Shark II Snaps Up National 18 Dwyer Cup in Cork Harbour

16th June 2018
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National 18 418 Shark II, skippered by Charles Dwyer was the winner of the Dwyer Trophy for National 18s. Scroll down for Gallery of images National 18 418 Shark II, skippered by Charles Dwyer was the winner of the Dwyer Trophy for National 18s. Scroll down for Gallery of images Photo: Bob Bateman

Charles Dwyer's 'Shark II' was the winner of the National 18s Dwyer Cup sailed from Royal Cork Yacht Club at the weekend.

Racing on the Whitegate side of Cork Harbour, second overall in the relatively small fleet was Ewen Barry's GBNB. Third was Patrick Crosbie's Second Wind. Scroll down for overall results.

See our photo gallery by Bob Bateman below

National 18 415, Herbie, skippered by Alex Barry with David Kenefick on the wire Photo Bob BatemanNational 18 415, Herbie, skippered by Alex Barry with David Kenefick on the wire Photo Bob Bateman

Ewan Barry's GBNBEwan Barry's GBNB

Laser dinghy racing RCYC1National 18 'Second Wave' skippered by Patrick Crosbie

National 18 'Second Wave' skippered by Patrick CrosbieWillie Cotter's Puss in Boots

Colin Chapman's National 18 Colin Chapman's National 18

Overall results: 

1st - 418 Shark II, Charles Dwyer
2nd - 422 GBNB, Ewen Barry
3rd - 403 Second Wind, Patrick Crosbie
4th - 415 Herbie, Alex Barry
5th - 404 Aquadisiacs, Colin Chapman
6th - 402 Puss ¹n Boot, Willie Healy

Published in National 18
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