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Junior Sailing

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It’s our last week of our junior summer courses

Where has the summer gone?  We cant believe how time has flown by as we get ready to enter our final week of the junior summer courses.  Each course has been jam-packed with fun and excitement, and  plenty of new friendships made.

I would like to take this opportunity of thanking all  of our junior sailors for taking part we hope you have enjoyed it as much as we have having you here and hope to see you back next year.   Also a big thank you to our wonderful Instructors who have done a great job.

 

 

Entering our final week of our junior summer courses…

Where has the summer gone?  We can’t believe how time has flown by as we get ready to enter our final week of the junior summer courses. Each course has been jam-packet with fun and excitement and plenty of new friendships made.   We would like to take this opportunity in thanking all our junior sailors we hope they had as good  a time as we did having them here, and looking forward to seeing all of them back her next year.

I would also like to thank each and everyone one of our wonderful team of instructors who have done such a great job.

 

Coach support for The Nationals for Optimist main fleet sailors

The NYC together with the RSGYC are providing coaching support for our main fleet optimist sailors taking part in the Nationals in Lough Derg from Monday the 15th August to Friday the 19th August. The cost for the coaching is €100 per child. Read the full post to register for this on the water support if you have any queries please contact Rebecca Hall and Clodagh

Nationals closing date this Friday July 29th!

REMINDER: Nationals closing date this Friday July 29th!

Regular Entry Fee: €160 – Closing Date: Friday 29th July

Late Entry Fee: €260 – up to Wednesday 3rd August

Visit http://oppienationals.com/ for more information

If you have any queries please contact Rebecca Hall and Clodagh O’Connor.

Irish Feva Nationals

The McCready Sailboats Irish RS Feva Nationals, hosted by Greystones Sailing Club took place from July 18th – 20th. The event was sailed mid-week this year in order to attract as many young sailors as possible – this proved successful with 38 boats turning out to compete in the event.

Finn Lynch talks to our juniors

On Thursday the 21st July, our Juniors were delighted to welcome Finn Lynch for a talk on his sailing experience leading up to the forthcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Finn began sailing aged 8 and went on to represent Ireland across the globe as a youth sailor. In Toppers; he finished 2nd and 4th place at the World Championships in 2009/2010 and was the first Irish sailor to win the British Nationals.