Back from US for champs, McGeough wins Meath GP from Lavery

Posted on: June 18th, 2017

McGeough wins Meath GP from Lavery

Back from the United States and eligible to ride the National Road Championships, Cormac McGeough wins the Sean Nolan Meath GP from Philip Lavery. Both riders will be worth watching in Wexford when the road titles are fought for (All Photos: Sean Rowe)


McGeough wins Meath GP from Lavery


Sun, June 18th: Meath GP

Sean Nolan Memorial

Navan, Co Meath

Navan Road Club

A1-A2 Race

1 Cormac McGeough Durango Colorado
2 Philip Lavery H&R PRO
3 Collin Robinson Stamullen RC
4 Adam Stenson Team Bikeworx
5 Dermot Trulock Lucan CRC
6 James Davenport Strata 3 VeloRevolution
7 Mark Reilly Lucan CRC
8 Ronan Killeen Lucan CRC

Unplaced A2 riders

1 Philip McCoubrey Clogher Valley
2 Unidentified Rider
3 Ronan Grimes Scott Orwell
4 Fergus Fagan Navan Road Club
5 Conor McKenna UCD Fitzcycles
6 Barry Hughes Drogheda Wheelers


McGeough wins Meath GP from Lavery

Ben Walsh takes the A3 race just ahead of Conor Gallagher; two of the form juniors right now. Ben Walsh won after another very strong victory in Mullingar mid-week.


A3 Race

1 Ben Walsh NRPT-Titan Containers
2 Conor Gallagher Castlebar CC
3 John Priest Lucan CRC
4 Colm Bracken Murphy Surveys Kilcullen
5 Tom Regan Seven Springs CC
6 Sean O’Halloran Dublin Wheelers
Unplaced Juniors
1 Shane Devlin Moynalty CC
2 Liam Hanley Lucan CRC
3 Conor Short South East Road Club
4 Fergal Crilly Navan Road Club
Unplaced A3
1 Adrian O’Sullivan Swords CC
2 Michael Pryce Sheelin
3 Richard Rennick Usher IRC


McGeough wins Meath GP from Lavery

Out of Ardee: Alan Malone wins the A4 race but was pressed hard all the way by Athy’s David Bolger.


A4 Race

1 Alan Malone Ardee CC
2 David Bolger Athy CC
3 Mark McCourt Swords CC
4 Neil Morrison Deenside
5 Aaron McCann Cuchulainn CC
6 Paul Rogers Lucan CRC


Women’s Podium

1 Michelle Geoghegan Jaden Weldtite
2 Fiona Guihen Black Rose Racing
3 Jennifer Bates Clondalkin CC