JP McCaldin Takes J24 Northerns Title.

JP McCaldin, sailing Jamais Encore had a clean sweep on the first day of the J24 Northerns in Lough Erne, and the still conditions on Sunday meant that no more races were sailed. Fresh 15 knot breezes on Saturday gave the competitors lots of work to do. While some boats were challenging JP in the different races his consistency left little scope for anyone to gain a sufficient advantage.

The next J24 Championship  will be in Lough Ree on June 22nd.

1st        Jamais Encore    J24    5278    LEYC    JP McCaldin            1    1    1    1            4    4
2nd        Stouche    J24    4215    Howth    Martin Darrer            2    2    4    4            12    12
3rd        Hard On Port    J24    4794    Howth    Flor O’Driscoll     4    4    2    5            15    15
4th        Kilcullen    J24    680    Howth    Cillian Dickson   3    3    10.0 DSQ    2            18    18
5th        JET    J24    418    Lough Swilley    John Hasson 10.0 DNS    6    3    3            22    22
6th        Jelignite    J24    4218    Lough Ree    Finbarr Ryan  5    5    5    10.0 DSQ       25    25
7th        Juvenesence    J24    144    LEYC    Brendan Gallagher    8    7    6    6            27    27
8th        Jeratrix    J24    24    LEYC    Michael Clarke            6    8    7    8            29    29
9th        T J    J24    4155    LEYC    Barry Humphreys            7    9    8    7            31    31

 

 

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