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Prize Winners Rewarded at Royal St. George YC 2012 Regatta (Results here)

8th July 2012

#rsgyc – Vincent Farrell's Tsunami was the winner of the IRC Zero division in yesterday's Frank Keane BMW Royal St. George YC Regatta sailed on Dublin Bay in an excellent turn out of 184 boats for 16 classes. Full results are downloadable below in an xcel format below. Photos below too.

In the one designs Tim Goodbody sailing White Mischief won the Sigma 33s from Paddy Maguire's Gwilli Two. New Flying fifteeen arrival Perfect Ten sailed by Lorcan Balfe of the National Yacht Club won the class ahead of Ben Mulligan sailing Mellifluence.

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Mermaid class boats Aideen (left) helmed by Brendan Martin and Jill helmed by Patrick Martin pass each during the Frank Keane BMW St George Yacht Club regatta in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin last Saturday. Photo: Joe St Leger

In the dinghy classes Conor Clancy's Clandogg MIllionaire from the host club was the Fireball class winner.  In the Water Wag's John Ross Murphy's Little Tern took two wins to claim top prize over Lawrence Hanley's Gavotte and scoring a 3 and a 2 Ross O'Leary was the Laser class winner. 

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The Royal St George Yacht Club was founded in Dun Laoghaire (then Kingstown) Harbour in 1838 by a small number of like-minded individuals who liked to go rowing and sailing together. The club gradually gathered pace and has become, with the passage of time and the unstinting efforts of its Flag Officers, committees and members, a world-class yacht club.

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