THE RYA Youth National Championships followed up its first day with another spectacular day of racing on Hayling Island.

Podium Potential Pathway member Dan Whiteley’s consistency has given him the edge in the Laser fleet as he takes the overnight lead.

Snapping at his footsteps is Dorchester-born Jack Cookson, while 2016 Radial silver medallist Jake Farren-Price added a 2, 1, 7 to wrap up his day in third.

After an imposing first day, defending champion Andy Brown, from Weymouth, continues to dominate the fleet with two bullets and a fifth to cement his position at the top of the RS: X leaderboard.

16-year-old Josh Carey sits second, whilst Isaac Lines, the only sailor to dent the otherwise unstoppable Brown’s scoresheet after winning the second race of the day, rounds off the top three.

Erin Watson continues to lead the girls’ charge and ends the day fifth, ahead of second girl Lily Young from Weymouth.

Ethan Moody, following a strong opening day, scored 2, 2, 1 to remain at the top of the Techno leaderboard.

Techno Worlds bronze medallist Finn Hawkins jumps up to second as a result of two bullets, whilst James Bulson completes the top three.

Meanwhile Emily-Jane Eldred overtook Weymouth’s Izzy Adcock as first girl, they sit fourth and fifth overall.