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RS Feva Championships at Monkstown Bay Sailing Club

26th September 2022
RS Feva sailing at Monkstown Bay Sailing Club
RS Feva sailing at Monkstown Bay Sailing Club Credit: Bob Bateman

At Monkstown Bay Sailing Club in Cork Harbour on Sunday, RS Feva dinghies raced their club championships.

There were six races, with five to count, allowing for one discard. Ten Fexa XLs raced. Ben and Charles Dwyer won the first three races, but did not compete in the others.

The overall winners were Tony Geraghty and Daragh Killeen who had three-second places, a third and ensured their victory with a first in the last race, for a total of ten points. Second were Isobel McCarthy and Alec Garrett on 22 points and third Amy and David Doherty on 27.


The club’s September dinghy league, sailed on Saturdays, was led to the last race in Class One by overall leader, Laser sailor Ronan Kenneally, on 11 points, winning races five and six. Second was Laser veteran David O’Connell with a total of 18 points. Third was the Laser II two-handed version of this dinghy sailed by Judy Moynihan and Terese Loesberg, finishing with 30 points. Nineteen boats raced in the league at its various stages.

Class Two finishing leaders were RS Feva XL crew Ben Dwyer and Donagh Leahy on 8 points, well ahead of the rest of the fleet. Alexa Creighton sailing a Topaz Uno was second on 31 points. Third were Ellen and Ayda Bruen in another RS Feva XL on 33. Thirteen boats raced in the league.

Race Results

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