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55 Dinghy Turnout for Monkstown Bay Sailing Club 'At Home' 2022 Regatta (Photo Gallery Here!)

19th September 2022
The mixed dinghy Monkstown Bay Sailing Club 'At Home' 2022 Regatta was run on Saturday, September 17th in Cork Harbour
The mixed dinghy Monkstown Bay Sailing Club 'At Home' 2022 Regatta was run on Saturday, September 17th in Cork Harbour. Scroll down for a photo gallery Credit: Bob Bateman

55 dinghies competed across the fleets at Monkstown Bay Sailing Club 'At Home' 2022 regatta in Cork Harbour on Saturday.

As regular Afloat readers will know, the event was postponed from earlier in the season when strong winds cancelled the first 'At Home' attempt in late June.

The Monkstown Bay Sailing Club Regatta had three fleets of dinghies competingThe Monkstown Bay Sailing Club Regatta had three fleets of dinghies competing Photo: Bob Bateman

In Class 1, Laser full rig sailor Ronan Kenneally won from Fred Cudmore, Sandy Rimmington and Brian Dineen, sailing a penultimate National 18. The third was Harry Pritchard in a Laser Full rig

Fred Cudmore, Sandy Rimmington and Brian Dineen, sailing a penultimate National 18 Photo: Bob BatemanFred Cudmore, Sandy Rimmington and Brian Dineen, sailing a penultimate National 18 Photo: Bob Bateman

Class 2 overall was won by Mirror duo Tim and Isobel O'Connor. 

Father and daughter Mirror duo Tim and Isobel O'ConnorFather and daughter Mirror duo Tim and Isobel O'Connor

The first Junior team was Isabelle McCarthy/Ben Dwyer in an RS Feva. Second junior was Alexia Creighton in a  Topaz Uno dinghy. The third junior crew were Anna Daly/Sarah Hallissey.

In the Optimist Class, Ruadhan Jackson won from Eoin Jones with Donnagh Jackson third. 

Video clips by Mary Malone

An Optimist start at the Monkstown Bay Sailing Club 'At Home' 2022 RegattaAn Optimist start at the Monkstown Bay Sailing Club 'At Home' 2022 Regatta 

Bob Bateman's Monkstown Bay Sailing Club 'At Home' 2022 Photo Gallery

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