GP14 Ireland
GP14 Ireland

2014 Events

April              26/27      O’Tairnaigh Challenge    Swords            results      full report

 

May               17/18       Leinsters                           Mullingar        results     full report

 

June                7/8        Gate Start Practice          East Down                      full report 

 

June               28/29      Ulster's                             Donaghadee   results     full report

 

July                19/20      Nationals                          Sligo                results     report

 

August           10/15       Worlds                              East Down      results     website

 

September     13/14      Autumn Open                  Howth              results     report

 

October         11/12       Hot Toddy                         Newtownards results report

O’Tiarnaigh Challenge - 26-27 Apr Swords Sailing Club

The first Irish GP14 event of the 2014 season was the Riocard O’ Tiarnaigh Challenge held at Swords Sailing Club on the 26th and 27th April. The event is unique in the GP14 calendar with the bronze, silver and gold fleets starting separately. Each fleet takes part in up to nine qualifying races spread over Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Following the Qualifying races, the top four boats from each fleet then compete against each other in the Finals, which consist of three races. With the scores from all previous racing now irrelevant, it would all be to play for.  

A blustery first day greeted the 21 boats. Racing started a bit later than planned but Race Officer Peter Smyth managed to get 4 races in. The strong winds were unforgiving and there were several early season teething problems for some of the boats, with the number of starters in each consecutive race gradually reducing to 11 in the final race of the day. With a variety of courses laid out, racing was a challenge, particularly identifying the correct pipe buoy to be rounded. The blustery conditions were challenging with many boats across the fleets displaying the telltale mud stains on the mast tip and boom as a result of a capsize in the shallow water of the estuary.

Saturday ended with many early season aches and pains, bumps and bruises and the fleet looking forward to the forecasted lighter winds on Sunday....

On Sunday morning the early starters were greeted with almost identical conditions to Saturday, however, by the time racing started the wind had dropped enough to entice even the most reluctant competitors back onto the water.

The Race Officer and his team did a sterling job to fit in 4 races before lunch. Racing was enjoyable and speaking on behalf of the Silver fleet, there was good banter between the boats and every race was nip and tuck with three of the races being decided on the last tack. On one occasion a spinnaker pole was even held to ransom after being thrown overboard by Simon and Richard, it was eventually handed back half way down the reaching leg.

A quick lunch break ashore and the results were tallied up from the Qualifying racing. The 12 finalists were identified:

Gold Fleet Qualifying Positions

1st Shane MacCarthy / Damian Bracken (Greystones SC)

2nd Keith Louden / Alan Thompson (ISA)

3rd Patrick O’Connor / Colm O’Flaherty (Sligo SC)

4th Curly Morris / Laura McFarland (Newtownards SC)

 

Silver Fleet Qualifying Positions

1st Simon Cully / Richard Street (Blessington)

2nd Graeme Farrington / Rebecca Farrington (East Down YC)

3rd Dan Gallagher / Hugh Gill (LFYC / Sutton DC)

4th Donal Brennan / Tommy Kiernan (Swords SBC)

 

Bronze Fleet Qualifying Positions

1st Katie Dwyer / Aoife Bourke (Sutton DC)

2nd Pat Savage / Declan O’Brien (Swords SBC)

3rd James Hockney / James Johnson (LFYC)

4th Simon Jeffery / Rebecca Jeffery (East Down YC)

 

The 12 finalists rigged up and headed out for the three Final races. Race Officer Peter Smyth set a windward/leeward course.

The first race kicked off with the Silver fleet sailors obviously having something to prove, Simon Cully & Richard Street in their brand new Duffin boat battled it out with Shane MacCarthy & Damian Bracken, but Shane and Damian got the upper hand and finished first, Simon & Richard came in second with Graeme & Rebecca Farrington managing to get third place.

The second race started with the gold fleet sailors now with something to prove and claimed the top three places. Shane MacCarthy & Damien Bracken asserting their dominance and finishing first with Paddy O’Connor  & Colm O’Flaherty in second, closely followed by Curly Morris & Laura McFarland.

The final race was worth double points, so a good finish was critical. However, so too was a good start! A recall was signalled but most of the fleet sailed on regardless. For some of the competitors, the results of the third and final race were unknown until the results sheet came out. With 3 of the gold fleet boats being over at the start, the final finishing positions for the last race were Simon Cully & Richard Street finishing first, Shane MacCarthy & Damien Bracken coming in second and much to their surprise Graeme & Rebecca Farrington finishing third.

The overall winners of the Riocard O’Tiarnaigh Challenge and the Gold Fleet winners were Shane MacCarthy & Damian Bracken. Silver Fleet winners Simon Cully & Richard Street finished 2nd overall with fellow Silver Fleet sailors Graeme & Rebecca Farrington finishing 3rd overall. Bronze Fleet winners James Hockney & James Johnson finished 4th overall.

Overall Results

1st Shane MacCarthy / Damian Bracken (GOLD)

2nd Simon Cully / Richard Street (SILVER)

3rd Graeme Farrington / Rebecca Farrington (SILVER)

4th James Hockney / James Johnson (BRONZE)

5th Dan Gallagher / Hugh Gill (SILVER)

6th Patrick O’Connor / Colm O’Flaherty (GOLD)

7th Simon Jeffery / Rebecca Jeffery (BRONZE)

8th Curly Morris / Laura McFarland (GOLD)

9th Katie Dwyer / Aoife Bourke (BRONZE)

10th Keith Louden / Alan Thompson (GOLD)

11th Donal Brennan / Tommy Kiernan (SILVER)

12th Pat Savage / Declan O’Brien (BRONZE)

Leinster Championship

GP14 Leinsters 2014

Mullingar Sailing Club 

Overall

Sailed: 6, Discards: 1, To count: 5, Rating system: PY, Entries: 36, Scoring system: Appendix A

 

Rank

Tally

Fleet

SailNo

HelmName

CrewName

Club

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

Total

Nett

1st

12

Gold

14143

John McGuinness

Donal McGuinness

MBC

7.00

2.00

0.75

3.00

(8.00)

3.00

23.75

15.75

2nd

11

Gold

14061

Shane Mac Carthy

Damian Bracken

GSC

0.75

3.00

2.00

(36.00 DSQ)

7.00

6.00

54.75

18.75

3rd

21

Gold

14146

Paddy O'Connor

Colm O'Flarerty

SYC

3.00

5.00

(8.00)

0.75

5.00

7.00

28.75

20.75

4th

17

Gold

14077

Curly Morris

Laura McFarlane

NSC

6.00

7.00

5.00

(36.00 DSQ)

6.00

4.00

64.00

28.00

5th

16

Gold

13993

Niall Henry

Ossian Geraghty

SYC

2.00

0.75

3.00

(36.00 DSQ)

9.00

14.00

64.75

28.75

6th

22

Gold

14055

Keith Louden

Alan Thompson

ISA

8.00

6.00

4.00

2.00

12.00

(13.00)

45.00

32.00

7th

33

Silver

4061

Rob Lee

Troy McNamara

Greystones

9.00

9.00

9.00

4.00

(21.00)

5.00

57.00

36.00

8th

7

Gold

14144

Colman Grimes

David Lappin

SSC

(13.00)

11.00

12.00

7.00

3.00

8.00

54.00

41.00

9th

4

Gold

14076

Ger Owens

Melanie Morris

RSTGYC

4.00

4.00

(37.00 DNF)

36.00 DSQ

0.75

0.75

82.50

45.50

10th

15

Gold

14130

Alastir Duffin

Brendan McGrenaghan

NSC

(25.00)

12.00

7.00

5.00

16.00

11.00

76.00

51.00

11th

10

Sliver

14138

Simon Cully

Libby Tierney

Blessington

(37.00 DNF)

10.00

13.00

6.00

13.00

10.00

89.00

52.00

12th

3

Gold

13977

Alan Blay

David Johnston

SDC

36.00 DSQ

(37.00 DNS)

6.00

8.00

2.00

2.00

91.00

54.00

13th

23

Gold

13801

Dan O'Connell

Mairin O'Connell

SSBC

15.00

8.00

10.00

9.00

14.00

(16.00)

72.00

56.00

14th

27

Silver

13795

Graeme Farrington

Rebecca Farrington

EYC

10.00

14.00

16.00

17.00

4.00

(36.00 DNF)

97.00

61.00

15th

28

Gold

14089

Maxwell Hamilton

Robbie Hamilton

RSGYC

5.00

13.00

21.00

10.00

(36.00 DSQ)

15.00

100.00

64.00

16th

32

Silver

13669

Norman Lee

Tom Gillen

Greystones

(27.00)

18.00

11.00

11.00

10.00

18.00

95.00

68.00

17th

13

Silver

14074

Cathal Sheridan

David Cooke

SSC

11.00

(37.00 DNF)

17.00

14.00

20.00

9.00

108.00

71.00

18th

6

Silver

14080

David Gallagher

Owen McCauley

MBC

(19.00)

15.00

14.00

15.00

19.00

17.00

99.00

80.00

19th

31

Silver

14116

Stephen Boyle

Eanna Lawless

SDC

12.00

16.00

(37.00 DNF)

36.00 DSQ

11.00

12.00

124.00

87.00

20th

5

Silver

13644

Stuart McCormick

Bernie Briody

MSC

14.00

(21.00)

20.00

18.00

15.00

20.00

108.00

87.00

21st

9

Silver

13951

Katie Dwyer

Aoife Bourke

SDC

23.00

17.00

(27.00)

13.00

22.00

21.00

123.00

96.00

22nd

8

Silver

14040

Bill Johnson

James Johnson

LFYC

16.00

20.00

18.00

23.00

(27.00)

22.00

126.00

99.00

23rd

20

Bronze

13964

Andy Vambeck

Nigel Sloan

MSC

(37.00 DNF)

22.00

15.00

20.00

24.00

19.00

137.00

100.00

24th

30

Bronze

13180

Simon Jeffery

Rebecca Jeffery EYC

 

24.00

23.00

23.00

19.00

17.00

(25.00)

131.00

106.00

25th

2

Bronze

13207

Adrian Lee

Edward Coyne

YSC

17.00

19.00

26.00

22.00

(30.00)

30.00

144.00

114.00

26th

29

Bronze

13782

Michael Collender

Brian Walker

MSC

28.00

24.00

24.00

(36.00 DSQ)

18.00

23.00

153.00

117.00

27th

36

Bronze

13781

Pat Mc Ardle

Jackie Malone

MSC

20.00

26.00

22.00

24.00

(28.00)

27.00

147.00

119.00

28th

18

Bronze

13722

G. Gilligan

L. Nicholson

SYC

22.00

(37.00 DNS)

37.00 DNS

12.00

23.00

26.00

157.00

120.00

29th

1

Bronze

13840

James Hackett

Rosie Hackett

MSC

18.00

(37.00 DNF)

25.00

25.00

25.00

28.00

158.00

121.00

30th

14

Bronze

13795a

Joe Kelly

Richard Gallagher

MBC

21.00

(37.00 DNS)

37.00 DNS

16.00

26.00

24.00

161.00

124.00

31st

25

Bronze

13527

Cormac Meaney

Padraig Dolan

MSC

(29.00)

25.00

28.00

21.00

29.00

29.00

161.00

132.00

32nd

35

Bronze

13937

Paddy Mulholland

Sean Mulholland

MSC

26.00

27.00

19.00

(37.00 DNS)

37.00 DNS

36.00 DNS

182.00

145.00

33rd

19

Bronze

13159

Gearoid O Bradaigh

Pioter Bielidh

MSC

30.00

(37.00 DNS)

37.00 DNS

28.00

31.00

36.00 DNC

199.00

162.00

34th

34

Bronze

13759

Sean Duffy

Hugh Duffy

MSC

(37.00 DNS)

37.00 DNS

37.00 DNS

26.00

33.00

31.00

201.00

164.00

35th

24

Bronze

13608

Keith Leonard

Barbara Leonard

Swords

(37.00 DNF)

37.00 DNS

37.00 DNS

27.00

32.00

32.00

202.00

165.00

36th

26

Bronze

13943

Kieran Milner

Susan Hogan

MSC

(37.00 DNS)

37.00 DNF

37.00 DNS

37.00 DNS

37.00 DNS

36.00 DNS

221.00

184.00

 

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GP14 Irish Youth Championship & Autumn Open - 13-14 September Howth YC

 

Above Youtube Video from Emmet Dalton of Howth Yacht Club

 

 

 

Eanna Maloney-Lawless from Sutton Dinghy Club took the GP14 Irish Youth Championship title in Howth.  It was a hard fought battle with fellow Sutton helm Dan Gill which went down to the wire on the last race.

 

Full results here

 

Report by Dan Gill (can also be found on Y&Y): 
The 2014 GP14 Youth Championships kicked off to a slow start at Howth Yacht Club as racing was delayed due to lack of wind in the morning. The schedule provided two races for the seniors in the morning followed by another two in the afternoon for the Youth Championship.

 

The youth sailors, kindly ferried out to the racing area by Neville & Jean Maguire, waited eagerly as the seniors finished off their second race in gentle winds. With the changeovers complete, PRO Harry Gallagher quickly fired the five minute gun. The youthful enthusiasm of the sailors proved too much with two general recalls but finally got going, third time lucky. Two Sutton sailors, Callum Maher & Shane Mcloughlin miscalculating the race officer's signals and starting on the one minute gun provided the fleet with some humour as they continued towards the windward mark laughing amongst themselves.

 

With Eanna Maloney Lawless & Stephen Boyle rounding the windward mark first, the positions seemed set for the race with little place changing occurring around the racecourse. However the fleet battled it out on the upwind legs and the race finished up with Eanna & Stephen taking the bullet, Dan & Hugh Gill in second place and Gareth Gallagher & Donal McGuinness from Lough Foyle YC biting at their heels in third. By the time everyone had finished, the wind had dropped off and it seemed pointless to try and fit in another with stronger winds scheduled for Sunday.

 

Sunday began with sunshine and smiles all around as the forecast for stronger winds was correct. Racing kicked off with the first gun at 10:30. Strong winds and big swell provide the sailors with a difficult task navigating the race course with an extremely tight reach to the gybe mark and nice surf to the leeward mark with Dan & Hugh chasing the leaders Eanna & Stephen around the course but couldn't find the extra speed to catch them. Further back in the fleet they continued to fight it out until Edward Coyle & Colman Grimes of Skerries SC broke clear to take third. The last two races were fought hard by all in a strong breeze, no letting up with fierce competition on the points leader board. Gareth & Donal won race 3 from Edward & Colman with Callum Maher & Shane McLoughlin from Sutton pitching up in third place.

 

It all came down to the final race with Eanna, Dan, Gareth and Edward all possible winners. After a clean start Dan & Hugh rounded the weather mark followed closely by Eanna & Stephen. A tight top 3-sail reach saw Eanna pulling out over Dan and opening up yards as they powered into the gybe. Therein the battle for the Championship lay with Dan doing his best to catch the very quick Eanna providing the spectators on the committee boat and the waiting senior sailors with great excitement. At the last leeward mark Dan & Hugh secured inside position and held on to take the race win. Eanna however with 2 firsts and a second won the coveted GP14 Youth Championship of Ireland for the second year in a row. David Johnston & Alan Blay, also from Sutton, led the rest of the fleet home in third place. Many thanks to everyone who willingly gave their boats to the young sailors who happily returned them all without needing the wizardry of Alistair Duffin to put things right.

Youth 2014 Results

Pl Sail Helm Name Crew Name Club R1
13/09
R2
14/09
R3
14/09
R4
14/09
Total Nett
1st 14116 Eanna Maloney Lawless Stephen Boyle SDC 1.00 1.00 (6.00) 2.00 10.00 4.00
2nd 13915 Daniel Gill Hugh Gill SDC 2.00 2.00 (7.00) 1.00 12.00 5.00
3rd 14080 Gareth Gallagher Donal McGuinnes LFYC 3.00 6.00 1.00 (8.00) 18.00 10.00
4th 14144 Edward Coyle Colman Grimes SSC (6.00) 3.00 2.00 6.00 17.00 11.00
5th 13977 David Johnston Alan Blay SDC (5.00) 4.00 5.00 3.00 17.00 12.00
6th 14055 James Hockley Alan Thompson LFYC 4.00 (5.00) 4.00 5.00 18.00 13.00
7th 14138 Calum Maher Shane McLoughlin SDC (11.00) 8.00 3.00 4.00 26.00 15.00
8th 13951 Sinead Dickson Katie Dwyer SDC 7.00 7.00 (10.00) 9.00 33.00 23.00
9th 13917 Michael Cox Josh Porter NSC (10.00) 9.00 8.00 7.00 34.00 24.00
10th 13207 Adrian Lee David Lappin YSC 9.00 10.00 9.00 (11.00) 39.00 28.00
11th 13902 Daniel Hopkins Nigel Sloan NSC 8.00 (11.00) 11.00 10.00 40.00 29.00
12th 14074 Cathal Sheridan David Cooke SSC (12.00) 12.00 12.00 12.00 48.00 36.00
13th 13882 Richard Gallagher Mark Ireland NSC (14.00 UFD) 13.00 13.00 14.00 DNF 54.00 40.00

The event was run alongside the GP14 Autumn Open.  Niall Henry & Ossian Geraghty from Sligo took the championship on the last day with 2 race wins but again it was a tight finish on the final leg of last race to runners up Shane McCarthy & Damien Bracken Greystones/Skerries.

 

PRO Harry Gallagher & team organized both fleets on the water  & an impressive race turn around with 5 races on the Sunday.

 

Thanks to Howth Yacht Club for providing a great location and summer weather!

 

More photos on the gallery.

Autumn Open 2014 Results

Pl Sail Helm Name Crew Name Club R1
13/09
R2
13/09
R3
14/09
R4
14/09
Total Nett
1st 13993 Niall Henry Ossian Geraghty SYC 4.00 (22.00 OCS) 1.00 1.00 28.00 6.00
2nd 14158 Shane McCarthy Damian Bracken RSC 1.00 (4.00) 2.00 4.00 11.00 7.00
3rd 13915 Daniel Gill Hugh Gill SDC 3.00 1.00 5.00 (7.00) 16.00 9.00
4th 14143 John McGuinness Donal McGuinness MBC (10.00) 5.00 3.00 2.00 20.00 10.00
5th 14076 Ross Killian Melanie Morris RStGYC (9.00) 2.00 8.00 3.00 22.00 13.00
6th 13977 Alan Blay David Johnson SDC 2.00 3.00 (9.00) 8.00 22.00 13.00
7th 14116 Stephen Boyle Eanna Maloney Lawless SDC (11.00) 10.00 4.00 6.00 31.00 20.00
8th 14077 Curly Morris Laura McFarland EABC 5.00 8.00 7.00 (10.00) 30.00 20.00
9th 14144 Colman Grimes David Lappin SSC 8.00 6.00 6.00 (22.00 DNC) 42.00 20.00
10th 14138 Simon Cully Libby Tierney BSC 7.00 9.00 10.00 (13.00) 39.00 26.00
11th 14130 Alastair Duffin Brendan McGrenagham NSC (16.00) 7.00 15.00 5.00 43.00 27.00
12th 13951 Katie Dwyer Michelle Rowley SDC 6.00 12.00 (13.00) 9.00 40.00 27.00
13th 14074 Cathal Sheridan David Cooke SSC (14.00) 13.00 11.00 12.00 50.00 36.00
14th 14133 Tom Molloy Katherine Molloy EDYC 12.00 17.00 (22.00 DNC) 11.00 62.00 40.00
15th 13917 Michael Cox Josh Porter NSC 13.00 (15.00) 14.00 15.00 57.00 42.00
16th 13207 Adrian Lee Edward Coyne YSC 15.00 14.00 (16.00) 14.00 59.00 43.00
17th 14055 Keith Louden Alan Thompson LFYC 17.00 11.00 (22.00 DNC) 22.00 DNC 72.00 50.00
18th 14080 Gareth Gallagher Donal McGuinnes LFYC (22.00 DNC) 22.00 DNC 12.00 22.00 DNF 78.00 56.00
19th 13882 L Baalham Mark Ireland NSC 18.00 16.00 (22.00 DNC) 22.00 DNC 78.00 56.00
20th 13902 Nigel Sloan Aoife Hopkins NSC 19.00 18.00 (22.00 DNC) 22.00 DNC 81.00 59.00
21st 13608 Keith Leonard Barbara Leonard SSBC 20.00 19.00 (22.00 DNC) 22.00 DNC 83.00 61.00

Hot Toddy - 11-12 October Newtownards SC

The Hot Toddy 2014 has been won by Ruan O'Tiarnaigh & Mel Morris.

Report by Curly Morris

The forecast seemed promising with warm weather and some wind, and although the autumn warmth was there Newtownards sheltered  position surrounded by low hills meant wind was minimal and a race officers nightmare. The nice little breeze present while rigging disappeared but eventually a light westerly appeared and racing got under way in 3 -4 knots of wind round about 1.00 pm.

With a little more breeze on the left side of the track boats coming in on port to the first mark did best with Dan and Hugh Gill and Ruan O’Tiarnaigh (standing in for the injured Ger Owens) With Melanie Morris rounded in the top positions, holding these for the next round. With the breeze slowly falling by the time boats started the run it was clearly going to be a long and difficult leg. The two leaders chose to gybe with the rest of the fleet sticking to starboard gybe and making better headway. Heading for the leeward mark Paddy O’Connor and Brendan Brogan seemed to have the lead, but J P McCaldin with Liz Copland and Alistair Duffin with Brendan McGrenagham rounding around 10th place sailed high to the area where the breeze was strongest on the beat and found enough extra wind to bring them into the leeward mark in first and second place. With the race being shortened at the leeward mark these became the finishing positions.

With little wind troubling the surface of the water nearly half the boats chose to take a break ashore, but most of them found they were unable to get back to the starting line when enough breeze appeared mid afternoon to start a second race. Fourteen boats made the start and were joined by J P who had made great efforts to get to the line from the shore. Again the breeze was best on the left and Keith Louden with Alan Thompson made a fast start and found the right way to the first mark followed by Ruan and Mel. With tighter reaches there was less opportunity for place changing. Ruan and Mel mounted a challenge on the second beat and were looking forward to the run when they realised the race was to be finished at the windward mark - a good decision with the wind falling again. Curly Morris with Laura McFarland held third with Katie Dwyer with Michelle Riley in fourth. the next boats coming up to the line received a shock when two boats suddenly appeared from the previously unfavoured right- Brenda Preston sailing with John McRobert and Newenham de Cogan with Andy Corkhill slipping into fifth and seventh positions.

On Sunday the early morning breeze again died but with a ripple appearing the fleet sailed slowly out to the race area for a start after midday for what was probably the calmest race of the weekend. Katie and Michelle with a great start got to the windward mark ahead of Dan and Hugh and held them off during the two downwind legs. With the wind again falling the beat was very difficult Katie and Dan going up the middle found a big “hole” in the wind. Boats on the left did better with Ruan and Mel just managing to hold off a challenge from boats further to the left with Alistair and J P taking second and third. Alistair’s performance was particularly note worthy - he collected a very expensive 720 at the gybe mark and then capsized on the last beat overdoing a roll tack! A memorable and entertaining end to a challenging but pleasant weekend.

More from Boyd Ireland on the gallery page.

 

    Fleet R1 R2 R3 Total
1 Ruan O'Tiarnaigh Gold 10 2 1 13
2 Keith Lowden Gold 5 1 7 13
3 Curly Morris Gold 6 3 6 15
4 J P McCaldin Gold 1 14 3 18
5 P O'Connor Gold 3 6 12 21
6 Shane MacCarthy Gold 4 8 10 22
7 Alistair Duffin Gold 2 26 2 30
8 Katie Dwyer Silver 19 4 8 31
9 Brenda Preston Bronze 21 5 13 39
10 Dan Gill Silver 9 26 4 39
11 Brian Andrews Bronze 14 11 17 42
12 Newenham de Cogan Silver 20 7 15 42
13 Peter Fallon Silver 13 26 5 44
14 Steven Nelson Silver 7 26 11 44
15 Michael Cox Silver 18 10 16 44
16 Tom Molloy Gold 12 9 26 47
17 Lawerence Baalham Bronze 8 26 14 48
18 Adrian Lee Bronze 16 13 26 55
19 Bill Johnson Silver 11 26 18 55
20 Gerard Brady Bronze 24 12 20 56
21 Simon Jeffery Bronze 26 26 9 61
22 Jack Buttimer Bronze 25 15 26 66
23 Joe Kelly Bronze 15 26 26 67
24 Anthony Hutton Bronze 22 26 19 67
25 Daniel Gallagher Silver 17 26 26 69
26 Mollie Egan Bronze 23 26 26 75

CraftInsure GP14 Irish League Winners 2014

The GP14 class runs one of the premier leagues of dinghy sailing in Ireland with sailors competing in Gold, Silver and Bronze fleets across a series of events throughout the season.


The GP14 Association of Ireland President Stephen Boyle would like to thank CraftInsure for sponsoring the GP14 Irish Leagues 2014. 

 

The prizes of free Insurance vouchers were presented to the winners of the Gold, Silver and Bronze leagues at the final event of the Hot Toddy with the points accumulating from the first event held in April.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gold Fleet

Niall Henry & Ossian Geraghty - Sligo SC

 

 

Silver Fleet

Dan Gill & Hugh Gill - Sutton SC

 

 

Bronze Fleet

Simon Jeffery & Rebecca Jeffery - East Down YC

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Sep Sponsor - McNamara Sails

GP14 Dates 2017

Date

Event

Venue

Sat  29-30

Apr

O'Tiarnaigh

Swords

Sat 27-28

May

Purcell

Greystones SC

Sat 17-18

June

Ulsters

N’ards SC

Sat 24-25

June

24hr Race

Coleraine YC

Fri 7-9

July

Leinster

Volvo Dun Laoghaire

Sun 6-Fri 11 Aug

UK Nationals

Looe SC

Thu 17-Fri

18 Aug

Youth Training

Donaghadee SC

Sat 19-

Mon 21

Aug

Irish Nationals

Ballyholme YC

Sat 16-17

Sep 

Autumn Open/Youths

RCYC Crosshaven

Sat 23-24

Sep 

Inter schools

Sutton

Sat 14-15

Oct

Hot Toddy

Mullingar

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