Nineteen-year-old Camilla Speirs from Kildare produced the best performance of the Irish contingent at Burnham Market in England on Saturday with a fourth-placed finish in the Q section of the three-star event with the Irish-bred Portersize Just a Jiff.

The section was won by Australia's Paul Tapner on Stormhill Michael with second and third places going to Britain's Piggy French and Oliver Townend respectively.

In the P section of the three-star event, last year's Tattersalls World Cup Qualifier winner Patricia Ryan was seventh with the Irish-bred Fernhill Clover Mist, while another Irish-bred horse Ashdale Cruise Master took first with Britain's Oliver Townend on board.

Carlow's Sam Watson piloted another Irish-bred GFG Rambo Man into ninth in the two-star event, which was won by Britain's Piggy French and Paris.


CIC** Section O
Saturday April 3 2010

1) PARIS; Piggy French (GBR) 46.1 penalties
2) ONE TWO MANY NJ; Bill Levett (AUS) 48.5 penalties
3) FERNHILL CRISTAL; Laura Collett (GBR) 53.4 penalties

9) GFG RAMBO MAN (ISH); Sam Watson (IRL) 60.6 penalties
CIC*** Section P
Saturday April 3 2010

1) ASHDALE CRUISE MASTER (ISH); Oliver Townend (GBR) 54.5 penalties
2) INONOTHING; Paul Tapner (AUS) 57.8 penalties
3) CAST AWAY II; Chloe Newton (GBR) 58.2 penalties

7) FERNHILL CLOVER MIST (ISH); Patricia Ryan (IRL) 66.7 penalties
CIC*** Section Q
Saturday April 3 2010

1) STORMHILL MICHAEL; Paul Tapner (AUS) 50.9 penalties
2) SOME DAY SOON; Piggy French (GBR) 55.9 penalties
3) CAROUSEL QUEST; Oliver Townend (GBR) 60.2 penalties
4) PORTERSIZE JUST A JIFF (ISH); Camilla Speirs (IRL) 61.2 penalties