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Brow is Topper National Champion

2nd May 2011
Brow is Topper National Champion
The Topper National Champion is T Brow (Ballyholme YC). Second is 2nd Laura Gilmore (Strangford Lough YC) and third is Andrew Penney (East Antrim BC) Topper CLASS Sailed: 8, Discards: 1, To count: 7, Entries: 31,
1stTopper47083Tim BrowBallyholme YC
2ndTopper46568Laura GilmoreStrangford Lough YC
3rdTopper47097Andrew PenneyEast Antrim BC
4thTopper46422Lucy BurrowsDonaghadee SC
5thTopper46190Erica RuigrokRush SC/Skerries SC
6thTopper45111Craig CampbellRoyal North of Ireland YC
7thTopper46717Conor O'FarrellCarlingford Lough YC
8thTopper45526Katie KaneEast Antrim BC
9thTopper46737Gary FekkesEast Antrim BC
10thTopper46897Amy LambertNational YC/Lough Derg YC
11thTopper46714Suzanne FlanniganBallyholme YC
12thTopper46934Dougie PowerWaterford Harbour SC
13thTopper46957Liam GlynnBallyholme YC
14thTopper46105Sorcha DonnellySkerries YC
15thTopper25924Sam WilkinsonDonaghadee SC
16thTopper47068Aisling KellerLough Derg YC
17thTopper46975Conor SherriffCourtown SC/National YC
18thTopper44948Kevin HarringtonCourtown SC
19thTopper46918Grainne YoungNational YC
20thTopper46444Sarah CooneyNational YC/Lough Derg YC
21stTopper46569Nicola EamesStrangford Lough SC
22ndTopper45549Anna PottertonWaterford Harbour SC/ Howth YC
23rdTopper42125Rory ButlerDonaghadee SC
24thTopper45418Alison DolanBlessington SC
25thTopper46189Tom PurdonStrangford Lough YC
26thTopper44541Niamh DoranCourtown SC/National YC
27thTopper46313Peter QueallyWaterford Harbour SC
28thTopper46144Peter GilmoreStrangford Lough YC
29thTopper44703Milo DunneNational YC
30thTopper46298Luke GleesonNational YC
31stTopper46429Iseult KneafseyNational YC
Published in Youth Sailing Team

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