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Beat the Ferryman Swim 2019.

Over 160 swimmers from all over the country entered the sea at Ballyhack for this year's event All swimmers were brought over to the start line thanks to Passage East Car Ferry. A fun, family day ensued. Many stayed around to enjoy the food, music and sunny weather. A special word of thanks must go to all those individuals who helped in any way to make this a safe, enjoyable and memorable event.

Results:

Female Wetsuit: 1st: Nuala Carroll, Slade Swimming Club 8.18.5.

Runner Up: Aoife Kennedy, Waterford. 8.26.6

3rd: Kathryn Nolan, Kilkenny. 9.0.0


Male Wetsuit: 1st: James Commins, Slade Swimming Club. 9.19.7

Runner Up: Conor Mc Donagh, Dunmore East. 9.37.6

3rd: Olgerts Ruzitis, Kilkenny Masters. 10.07.03.


Female Non Wet: 1st: Julie Anne Somers, Dublin Swimming Club. 11.29.3

Runner Up: Susan Cooke, Kilkenny Masters. 11.34.

3rd: Orla Finnegan, Carrick on Suir. 12.06.0


Men Non Wet : Neil O Grady, Wexford Masters. 9.12.6

Runner Up: Aidan Finnegan, Carrick On Suir, 13.06.7

3 rd: Liam Walsh, Tramore. 13.11.7

Merit: Aidan Brennan, Kilkenny.

Best Club Swimmer: Eddy Lynch 10.19.7

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