Sean Moore too strong for rivals at sodden Mick Lally Memorial

Posted on: March 2nd, 2019

Sean Moore enjoyed a very strong season last year, landing some big overdue wins. And now he’s straight out of the blocks in 2019, taking the Mick Lally Memorial in Co Meath today. He beat Charles Prendergast in a two-up finish just ahead of a chasing group (All photos are by John Hammer)

 

Sat March 2nd: Dublin Wheelers Open Races

Promoted by Dublin Wheelers Cycling Club

Mick Lally Memorial (A1-A2) 87.8km

  1. Sean Moore (Bio-DHL-FR Services)
  2. Charles Prendergast (Castlebar CC)
  3. Conor Murnane (UCD-FitzCycles.ie)
  4. Sean McKenna (Dan Morrissey-MIG.ie-Pactimo)
  5. Anthony Doyle (Strata 3-VeloRevolution)
  6. Liam Curley (Strata 3-VeloRevolution)
  7. Darragh McCarter (Donegal Bay CC)
  8. Conor Lambert (Mysenlan-Baboco)
  9. Cian Sutcliffe (Bio-DHL-FR Services)
  10. Simon Jones (UCD-FitzCycles.ie)

Unplaced A2s

  1. Craig Sweetman (Stamullen RC)
  2. Marcus Flavin (Panduit Carrick Wheelers)
  3. David Fielding (South Dublin CC)

Best of host club

  1. Sean O’Halloran (Dublin Wheelers)

 

Kenny punches the air at the end of tough day in the saddle when he came out on top.

 

Ian Gallahar Memorial (A3-Jnr) 65km

  1. Jason Kenny UCD-Fitzcycles.ie
  2. Aaron Rafferty (Bohermeen CC) J
  3. Oisin Smith (Dublin Wheelers)
  4. Barry Swan (Dublin Wheelers) M5
  5. Conor Murphy Rogers (Scott-Orwell) J
  6. Aaron Wade (Vitus-Chill-NRPT) J
  7. John Priest (Lucan CRC) M5
  8. Danny McDonald (Burren CC) J
  9. Matthew Devins (Yeats Country CC) J
  10. Matthew Seebach (Slaney CC) M4

 

The Tullamore boys clearly got the miles in during the winter; Gordon Boland, above, and Richard Wyman, photo below race result, took a club 1-2 in the A4 contest.

 

Willie Marks Memorial (A4) 42.4km

  1. Gordon Boland (Tullamore CTC)
  2. Richard Wyman (Tullamore CTC)
  3. Aaron Henry (Usher Irish Road Club)
  4. Pat Dowling (Naas Cycling Club)
  5. Erik Robson (Lucan Cycling Road Club)
  6. Paul Noble (Slaney Cycling Club)
  • Unplaced Dublin Wheeler Johnny Maher

 

Wyman comes home ahead of the chasing group for 2nd just behind his team mate Boland.

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