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Royal Irish Yacht Club Pair Win RS Feva East Coast Championships

23rd April 2018
In one of his first roles as RIYC Commodore, Joe Costello presented the overall prizes for the 2018 RS Feva East Coast Championships to overall winners Tim Norwood (Helmsman) left and Finn Cleary (Crew) In one of his first roles as RIYC Commodore, Joe Costello presented the overall prizes for the 2018 RS Feva East Coast Championships to overall winners Tim Norwood (Helmsman) left and Finn Cleary (Crew)

Counting four first places Tim Norwood and Finn Cleary of the host club won the six race 2018 RS Feva East Coast Championships by a clear margin of eight nett points at the Royal Irish Yacht Club.

Race over two days the 13-boat fleet drew entries from five different clubs but no one could match the speed of Norwood and Cleary.

Tim norwood Feva 1215Tim Norwood and Finn Cleary had four firsts from six races Photo: Afloat.ie

Second overall went to Howth Yacht Club's Tom O'Neill and Adam Walsh. Blessington Sailing Club visitors Lily Thorup and Sibeal Nic Giolla were third overall.

In one of his first roles as RIYC Commodore, Joe Costello presented the overall prizes. 

RS Feva sailorsRS Feva sailors gathered on the steps of the RIYC

Top five overall: 

1 Tim Norwood and Finn Cleary
2 Tom O'Neill and Adam Walsh 
3 Lily Thorup and Sibeal Nic Giolla
4 Elysia O'Leary Lily Dwyer RSGYC
5 Christopher Evans Garrett Harry Shackleton

RS Feva dinghy RIYC 1199The RS Feva dinghy fleet launch from the RIYC slipway Photo: Afloat.ie

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