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Big Dinghy Turnout for Monkstown Bay Sailing Club's 'At Home' Regatta in Cork Harbour

12th September 2023
Dinghy sailing at Monkstown Bay Sailing Club
Dinghy sailing at Monkstown Bay Sailing Club Credit: Bob Bateman

In what turned out to be an eventful day in Cork Harbour waters, Monkstown Bay Sailing Club's 'At Home' on Sunday saw a near record-breaking 75 boats take part.

The dinghy sailing participants had a great day on the water, enjoying the warm weather and the competition. The event was run on the water by John Crotty as the Race Officer, whom Dave Horgan and Pat Hallissey assisted. 

The event witnessed some close competition, with Brendan Dwyer emerging victorious in Class One and Tim and Philip O'Connor taking home the top prize in Class Two.

Ruby Duggan was crowned the winner of The Feva Club Championships, which ran simultaneously. Meanwhile, Rian O'Neill secured the top spot in the Oppie class. Team

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