Laura Gilmore won three of the six races, also recording a second and third place finish.
Event winner Laura Gilmore from Strangford Lough Yacht Club at the Topper Ulsters sailing championships, which were held in Cushendall last weekend. Photo: Tim Hopkins. Scroll down for more photos by Tim.
Ellen McCarlie from Whitehead's County Antrim Yacht Club came first in the reduced rig 4.2 division.
Seven members of Cushendall Sailing and Boating Club took part in the races, with Owen McKinley finishing at the top of the local fleet.
Competitors from 14 clubs across the country entered the event.
Club Commodore John Lowry said: "It was great to have so many sailors competing in Red Bay this weekend. We had a mix of weather conditions and I am glad that so many competitors and their families travelled to the Glens for our event.
"As Cushendall Sailing and Boating Club celebrates its 50th anniversary, we have a full calendar of sailing and social events throughout the year. Later in 2011 Cushendall will host the national RS200 and RS400 championships and the regional East Coast championships for the Flying 15 class. We are really looking forward to a summer packed full of great sailing events. And we look forward to welcoming hundreds more visitors to Cushendall and to our club."
Cushendall Sailing and Boating Club was established in 1960 and is today a busy sailing hub on the North Antrim Coast. It provides competitive sailing facilities, races for both cruising yachts and sailing dinghies and a popular summer sailing school. It also has active rowing, sea angling and motorboating sections.
Since 1998 sailors from the club have competed at provincial and national Topper and Laser class competitions as well as other open events. Cushendall sailors have won the Northern Ireland Youth Championships, the Irish Topper championship and Irish team titles.
CSBC has hosted Optimist and Topper regional championships, the Irish Topper Championships and the Skydome Topper World Championships in 2000. Other classes of boats sailing at the club include: Flying Fifteen, Laser, Pico, Buzz, Laser 2000 and RS400.