Cycling Ireland | NATIONAL ROAD SERIES - Results from Round 2

SEAN LACEY on Sunday heaped praise on Viner-Caremark-Pactimo teammate Keith Fox, after his selfless act led to the defending champion taking a joint lead in the Men’s Cycling Ireland National Road Series. The Cork-based Tralee man finished third at the Des Hanlon Memorial in Carlow, the National Road Series first round, but back on local roads at the Donal Crowley Memorial Road Race in Blarney, he lined up as a clear favourite. Four of his teammates got into the winning breakaway with Lace

Cycling Ireland | National Road Series 2018 - Preview Donal Crowley

BLARNEY plays host this Sunday to Round 2 of the Cycling Ireland National Road Series with all eyes on local rider Eoin O’Connell in the Men’s Donal Crowley Memorial Road Race. The 31-year-old Blarney native, who rides this year for host club Blarney CC, finished a respectable 19th on General Classification in Easter’s international stage race, Kerry Group Ras Mumhan, and placed second in the Donal Crowley last season, and in 2014.

McKenna and Smyth Win Opening Round of National Road Series in Des Hanlon

SEAN McKENNA and Katharine Smyth have become 2018’s first leaders of the Cycling Ireland National Road Series, after hard-fought victories in the Des Hanlon Memorial Road Race in Carlow on Sunday McKenna, 24, was riding for Yorkshire-based outfit Holdsworth Bikes, when taking a five-man sprint over Jamie Blanchfield (Panduit Carrick Wheelers) and last year’s Men’s National Road Series winner Sean Lacey (Viner Caremark Pactimo).

Darnell Moore Wins Round 3 of the National Road Series for Men - Shay Elliott

OMAGH’S Darnell Moore secured a breakthrough victory with an impressive solo victory in Sunday’s Round 3 of the Cycling Ireland Men’s National Road Series in Wicklow. The 20-year-old former Fermanagh footballer had enjoyed a series of podium places in the build up to the Shay Elliott Memorial Race, and finished fourth in the 2016 edition after taking second in the lower tier SHA3 on the same card previously.

McCrystal & O'Mahony Win Des Hanlon

PARALYMPIAN Eve McCrystal returned to domestic action with a bang on Sunday, when sprinting for victory in round one of Cycling Ireland’s Women’s National Road Series, as Darragh O’Mahony took the Men’s opener. Two days after enjoying the honour of being Grand Marshall at her hometown Dundalk’s St Patrick’s Day Parade, McCrystal was back in the limelight at the Condron Car Sales Des Hanlon Memorial Race in Carlow. It was a hard-fought win and one the women’s peloton will have to get used to...

McCrystal & O'Mahony Win Des Hanlon

PARALYMPIAN Eve McCrystal returned to domestic action with a bang on Sunday, when sprinting for victory in round one of Cycling Ireland’s Women’s National Road Series, as Darragh O’Mahony took the Men’s opener. Two days after enjoying the honour of being Grand Marshall at her hometown Dundalk’s St Patrick’s Day Parade, McCrystal was back in the limelight at the Condron Car Sales Des Hanlon Memorial Race in Carlow.
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