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SB20 'Sin Bin' On Form For National Champs At The Royal Irish Yacht Club

1st September 2015

#sb20 – Visiting SB20s to Dublin Bay swelled the ranks of the local fleet for the last DBSC races of the season last Sunday. 12 boats sailed four races with courses set by Barry O'Neill. SB20 visitors were in town practising for this week's national championships at the Royal Irish Yacht Club.  See Sailing Instructions attached below.

The DBSC season had 30 races on a Sunday, 14 races on a Thursday and 6 races on a Saturday so 50 DBSC races in total.

Michael O'Connor's Sin Bin won DBSC Sundays and Thursdays overall.

RACE 1 - 1st Sin Bin (Michael O'Connor, Kieran Foley, Kevin Johnson), 2nd Sharkbait (Darren Martin, Simon Murray, Roger Pannell) 3rd (Ger Dempsey, Rory Grovez, Chris Nolan).
RACE 2 - 1st (Justin Burke, Henrik Olerud, Ed Cook) 2nd Sin Bin 3rd Sharkbait.
RACE 3 - 1st Bango (James Gorman, Ted Laverty, Keith Staunton). 2nd Sharkbait 3rd Seriously Bonkers (Tim Bourke, Peter Lee, Oaghan Hughes).
RACE 4 - 1st Seriously Bonkers 2nd 3rd Sin Bin.

Race 1 completed Series 3. Race 2, 3 & 4 completed Series 1 as lost 3 races due to a gale on the 31st May.

SERIES 3 SUNDAYS OVERALL (after 9 races, 2 discards) - 1st Sin Bin (7 points), 2nd Bango (21 points), 3rd Bad Kilcullen (27 points).
SERIES 1 SUNDAYS OVERALL (after 12 races, 3 discards) - 1st Sin Bin (21 points) 2nd Bad Kilcullen (24 points) 3rd Bango (30 points).
SUNDAYS OVERALL (after 30 races, 5 discards) - 1st Sin Bin (36 points), 2nd Bango (77 points), 3rd (101 points).

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