NYC Sailing Awards & Dinner – Saturday 29th February 2020

Jan 16, 2020 | Home Page Featured, Social

The National Yacht Club has thirteen annual awards for outstanding sailing achievements by members of the Club.  These awards are presented to the winners at our annual Sailing Awards Dinner on Saturday 29th February 2020.   This promises to be one of the highlights of the year so please book early to avoid disappointment.  Congratulations to all the winners. Please see all the winners below: 

book your table with Tim or Louise 2805725  or email  /
Time:  7.30pm   Price €40.00 with a glass of prosecco on arrival 

The Township Cup (1927) for the best cruise Barry O’Sullivan and team of Paul Barrington, Alan Daly, Paul Fagan, Teddy Murphy, Dave O’Reilly, and Brian Unaick.
The Muglins Cup (1945) for the most interesting family cruise Brian Bourke
The Boyne Regatta Cup (1870) for the best performance in offshore racing John O’Gorman
The O’Leary Cup (1945) for the best performance in one design Noel Butler & Stephen Oram
The Edward Yacht Club Trophy (1919) for the best performance in dinghies, Mermaids or Flying Fifteens. David Gorman & Chris Doorly
The John Byrne Memorial Trophy (1989) for the greatest contribution to sailing in the NYC during the year. William Byrne
The Winkelmann Trophy for the best racing performance of an NYC Cadet member. Clare Gorman
The Greystones 1891 Regatta Cup for the best team contribution to the Club. Niall Meagher and the entire Subaru Flying Fifteen Worlds Committee and Volunteers
The Paul Murphy Cup for best Race Management Volunteer Contribution Jack Roy
The Commodore’s Award Chris & Sandra Moore
Martin Crotty Trophy Award for a younger Member who shows sailing endeavour Tom Shanahan
Wild Geese Trophy Ian Matthews
The Sue McDonnell Trophy for female club member who has contributed most to the advancement of women in sailing Rosemary O’Connell & Helen Cooney
Commendations Tony Fox & Crew of Gringo. 
Fiona Staunton
Frank Burgess
Susan Spain
Ida Kiernan


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