Fair Do, The
DESCRIPTION: Rosslare's Fair Do's crew leave her at Pier Head where the competition "moulded her model and measured her mast, And said, 'tween themselves, 'Let us build one as fast.'" Nevertheless, Fair Do beats Pier's Spitfire by four minutes and takes the cup.
AUTHOR: John Walsh of The Burrow, Rosslare
EARLIEST DATE: 1943 (Ranson)
KEYWORDS: ship racing sports moniker
FOUND IN: Ireland
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Ranson, pp. 39-40, "The Fair Do" (1 text)
cf. "Cod Liver Oil" (tune) and references there
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