4 Nations Cup..

More news from Dingly Dell..

No wind today, but a second round was completed yesterday evening, after Skyeboys domination of the first round with silky waveriding and big pushloops. The fleet then moved to Stradbally. This time Andy King powered to the fina, beating John Hibbard with some good wave choices and the highest landed jump of the day. (The highest non landed jump of the day went to Jamie Hancock)… The wind conditions deterioated just before the John Skye and Oisin Van Gelderen heat to make the second place in the final. It could well be then it for the wind, although there is a windy start for early on wednesday morning..  Louise Emery is leading the amateurs with her better wave selection, Simon Crowther in second place. Graham Woods leads the youths and Tom Knox the juniors.

For the rest of the week the forecast is no wind, Spillaines and you know the rest…

For more information about Brandon Bay check out the host, Jamie Knox\’s website

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