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Strangford's Peter Kennedy Continues To Lead SB20 Nationals off Dun Laoghaire

30th June 2018
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Peter Kennedy, with crew Stephen Kane and Hammy Baker lead the SB20 Nationals on Dublin Bay Peter Kennedy, with crew Stephen Kane and Hammy Baker lead the SB20 Nationals on Dublin Bay Photo: Afloat.ie

Olympic sailor Peter Kennedy from Strangford Lough continues his overall lead at the SB20 National Championships on Dublin Bay after six races sailed. 

Download overall results below.

The National Yacht Club hosted event has attracted 16 entries for the three–day sportsboat contest. Today's three championship races, under race officer Colin McMullen, were set in the south of Dublin Bay with light and steady northeasterly breezes.

Kennedy, with crew Stephen Kane and Hammy Baker, were an uncharacteristic tenth in race four when all other results scored by the Ridgfence sponsored crew have been in the top three overall.

SB20 start 3168A start at the 16–boat SB20 National Championships Photo: Afloat.ie

A Howth Yacht Club crew led by Cillian Dickson are second overall. Sailing with Dickson is Sam O'Byrne, Gordon Stirling and Diana Kissane.

Royal Irish Yacht Club skipper Jerry Dowling sailing with Stefan Hyde and Jimmy Dowling is third. Fourth are Kennedy's County Down clubmates Darren Martin sailing with Simon Murray and Roger Pannell. 

Racing continues tomorrow for the final three rounds of the championships.

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