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Junior September Series 2021

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Download NOR: September Series NOR 2021
Download SIs: September Series SIs 2021
Results for each Class:
Laser 4.7 / Optimist / PYs / RS Feva / Topper

The dates for the upcoming DBSC September Junior Series are as follows:

Sunday Aug 29th
Sunday Sept 12th
Sunday Sept 19th
Sunday Sept 26th. 

We are taking a break on 5th September due to the hosting of the ICRA Nationals in the NYC and of an Optimist Class event on 4th and 5th September in the RSGYC.

There will be 3 races back to back inside the harbour each Sunday, first gun at 2pm. Prize giving and food for competitors will take place in NYC on last Sunday of series. Winners of each fleet will be invited to attend the annual DBSC prize giving in RStGYC where they will be awarded one of the DBSC perpetual prizes. 

This series is a great way to stretch out the summer and practice racing skills learnt during the summer in a safe and fun environment. 

We will be looking for parent volunteers to help on and off the water each Sunday. You can volunteer for your Club (DMYC, RIYC, RSGYC, NYC) using the entry form below, otherwise if you have any questions  please contact Sarah Gorman.

sarahagorman@gmail.com

Laser Connaught Championships Report

Wexford Harbour boat and tennis club hosted the 2021 Connaught laser Championships on two very hot and sunny days with light breezes proving challenging for sailors.

Forty-six boats raced in the 4.7 Laser division, the largest seen for many years and the club was represented by 4 sailors, Christian Ennis, Ella Dempsey, Michael Byrne and Caoimhe Seymour.
A strong finish on Sunday saw both Christian Ennis and Ella Dempsey finish in positions, 7th and 12th respectively. This event is the final racing opportunity and warm up before the 4.7 Worlds which is being hosted from the NYC and in conjunction with the RSGYC in Dunlaoghaire.

The Club will be represented by four of our 4.7 sailors, Christian, Ella, Dylan DeVreeze and Michael at the event and we wish them well.

A successful return to racing for 29er National Championships 2021

After almost one year off the race course, NYC’s 29er sailors travelled to Crosshaven with great determination to take part in the 2021 AIB 29er national Championships 3-4 July.

The two-day event was a success: sailing conditions were better than forecast with little rain and most of the ten-race series was held in 12-15 knots on the Curlane Bank, Cork Harbour. Winds were shifty though, and with six races back-to-back covering over 60km of distance on Saturday and four races on Sunday, the sailors’ fitness and stamina were truly tested. The fifteen-boat 29er fleet is growing steadily and NYC’s representatives did their club proud.

Read more here

Leinster Optimist Championships 2021 – NYC Report

The Provident CRM Optimist Leinsters were held this year at Howth Yacht Club in a fresh breeze with over 60 + competitors.
Representing the club were several sailors and best placed was Ava Ennis (pictured) in senior fleet.
Ava finished strong on both days achieving a 3rd place finish on Saturday and improving again on Sunday, taking a 2nd place to finally finish at the top of the leader board in 5th place overall and 2nd placed girl.

Six races were run during the event over the two-day period and winds stayed fresh throughout.

All NYC Sailors finished with strong placings, Kate Flood, Grace Gavin and Marie Butler. A special mention must go to James Gorman who at only eleven years of age finished in 32nd place overall and within the top 10 Juniors, fantastic result James, very well done.

Mid-Term Team Racing Clinic – Monday 17th & Tuesday 18th February 2020

Dear Parents

Please find below the link to the upcoming Team Racing clinic being held in RIYC over the midterm break.  This is an Irish Sailing supported initiative and as such is offered at the remarkable price of €25 for the 2 days of training.

The clinic is open to anyone who has a competent level of sailing experience.  It would be most suitable for sailors who have attained Irish Sailing Level 3, or equivalent,  and who are working through the modules of Level 4.  Everyone is welcome, it is an open clinic and not exclusively for club members.  

So, if your sailor has a friend who has sailed elsewhere and is keen to learn team racing, then they are very welcome!  If your school is entering any of the upcoming inter schools team racing competitions,  this would be of particular interest to them and is a perfect way for them to get vital time on the water, learning from qualified instructors!

Please follow the link below to book your place:

https://myclubaccount.co.uk/RIYC/ClubEvents

Nicholas Reeser won the Laser Radial fleet by 18 points

After 4 days of tight races Nicholas Reeser won the Laser Radial fleet by 18 points, dropping a 4th in race 1. After starting the regatta strong in 2nd after the first day and then taking the lead after 3 bullets on the 2nd day. He held on to the lead in the Gold fleet and won the last race.