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The announcement by the First Minister today that confirms the extension to the daily exercise guidelines, has been welcomed by RYA Scotland.
Grafham Water Sailing Club’s James Curtis was the winner of the East Region title in the RYA eSailing Spring Club Championships after fierce competition on Wednesday 20 May. He will now compete in the National Final on Saturday 30 May.
Kieran Lewis of Shotwick Lake sailing club won the first ever Welsh eSailing Spring Championships over the weekend.
Around 80 sailors competed in their own club championships and 8 club champions then competed in the NI final on Saturday 16th May.
17-year-old Hykeham talent will represent the Midlands at the RYA eSailing Spring Club Championships
Tune in at 10am on Saturday 30 May for the live final
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Yesterday evening (18th May), the NI Executive announced that outdoor activities that do not involve shared contact with hard surfaces will be permitted.