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Midland Stages Rally - 06 Apr 08

Posted: April 8, 2008 9:02 AM - 25459 Hits

Round 2 - 2008 Midlands East Rally Championship
Round 3 - 2008 Junior Rally Championship

  • Jack Sleator/Andrew Purcell Win

Report National Junior Rally Championship.

Posted: April 7, 2008 10:35 PM

A cold dry day greeted crews as they left Roscommon town for the first of eight stages of the Midlands Rally. The snow did not fall as feared and the stages were bone dry except the start of last stage. The Midlands was the third round of the National Junior Rally Championship and the first visit to the tarmac.

Limerick driver Conor Kelly was on his first tarmac rally but he shot into a lead of twenty seconds after three stages. The 2006 forestry junior champion was in scintillating form in his new Opel Corsa but sadly his engine expired on the way to first service. Honda power took over in the shape of Damien Mc Carthy (Cork) and Peter Wilson (Meath) and they provided a thrilling battle right to the finish. The Civic duo were never more than twelve seconds apart. Mc Carthy held his lead to the end and he won by just four seconds. Mc Carthy and Wilson finished an amazing eight and ninth overall in the main rally.

Also Civic mounted was Longford driver Bernard Mulvihill, who was third, ninety seconds adrift of Wilson. Mulvihill drove well and he was 3rd fastest overall on the last three stages. The first non Honda home was the Peugeot 106 of Vincent Mc Aree who finished fourth. John Byrnes was very relieved to finish fifth. The Limerick driver was leading rounds one and two when the he hit mechanical problems and he is now looking forward to the next round in Cork.

A major retirement was Patrick Cunningham, who was second overall (to Kelly) when the diff broke in his Civic. The Galwayman was winner of round two in Limerick Forestry. Jason Ryan was winner of round one. He no such luck in the Midlands as he endured a myriad of problems but the Corkman still netted a finish in his Honda Civic. Another disappointed driver was Killian Duffy in his new Citroen C2. The Mayoman made a steady start and then he speeded up to fourth overall. He retired on the last stage with a broken gearbox. Duffy is better known as a co-driver-he won the 2007 Irish National Rally Championship with Aaron Mc Hale.

Clearly delighted with his win was Damien Mc Carthy. He said “It was a very nice and enjoyable rally, while we were on dry roads. There was a shower of sleet before the start of the last stage and the road was very slippery. Now I have ten points to bring home to add to the six I got in Limerick. That will keep the score board ticking over”.

• Leaders
Stage 1-3 Conor Kelly (Opel Corsa).
Stages 4-8 Damien Mc Carthy (Honda Civic).

• Eighteen drivers registered for the National Junior Championship started in Roscommon, with ten finishing.

• Mark Sheahan leads the NJRC after three rounds with 26 points, Vincent Mc Aree is second with 20 and Eamon Power 16.

• Next round Cork Mini Stages Rally Sunday June 8th.


Posted: April 7, 2008 10:29 PM

Shane Burns co driven by Sean Balfe came home winners of the Abbey Hotel Midlands stages rally held in Roscommon town.
Round two of the Irish 205 Challenge proved to be a difficult day for the eleven drivers that took to the start on a sunny but very changeable day in the Midlands. Fastest out of the blocks on the first stage was Ulton McGowan/ Niall Burns who went quickest by 2 seconds from Andrew Slattery/ Shaun Forde. Next up was Dj Browne/ Torloc O Reilly 4 seconds further back with a small gap to Sean Sharkey/ Dessie Sharkey, Shane Burns and Aidan Cooney/ Paddy Mc Donagh all separated by just 3 seconds. All looked good at this point with the top eight drivers covered by 20 seconds. Stage two saw the eventually winner Burns fastest from Browne by 8 seconds who now led by 1 second overall after early leader McGowan was given a suspect time 40 seconds slower than he recorded which would prove costly at the end of the day. First to hit trouble were Kenny and David English who hit the front corner of their car resulting in a electrical problem. Also in mechanical difficulties was Slattery who broke his gear linkage dropping a minute to the leader.

Stage three was run after service and Slattery went fastest by 4 seconds from McGowan with Browne a further 5 seconds down. Equal third fastest was Burns and Norman Dunne/ Bernard Mc Sweeney. Cooney would visit a ditch in here for 4 minutes but the biggest loss was round one winners Barry Mahon/ Mark Feely who rolled out near the end of stage three. Reports have it the car rolled at least five times at a very fast place.

Stage four saw Slattery quickest again as he tried to regain lost ground. Browne was second quickest with Cooney, Dunne, Burns and McGowan all just a second apart. Stage five was cancelled for the crews who had one stage left before service. At this point Browne led by 9 seconds from Burns with Dunne third a further 24 seconds back and McGowan and Slattery separated by 5 seconds in fourth and fifth.

Stage six would see Burns fastest from Sharkey but worse would come when Dunne had a huge accident at the same corner that claimed Mahon earlier. Both crew would suffer injuries and be removed to hospital but thankfully will make a full recovery. We wish them well. Browne was next on the scene and would lose over 30 seconds and his lead checking on his friends. Slattery punctured at the start of the stage and dropped 4 minutes.

With a somber mood in all camps following Dunnes accident , the remaining crews set off for the last two stages. McGowan went quickest by 2 seconds from Browne with Slattery, Burns and Sharkey separated by another 5 seconds. Browne reduced the gap even more to Burns on the last stage by a huge margin of 16 seconds but it was to no avail as Burns hung on to win his first challenge event by 5 seconds. Slattery and McGowan eased off on the stage and dropped a little time but no places.

The others crews taking part that also finished included Damien and Thomas McGuaran who made sure of a finish this time having rolled out at the start of round 1, got fifth place points after a steady drive in their rebuilt 205. New boys to the challenge on this event were Cork pair Richard Guerin co driven by Antoney Linnane who put in a very good drive despite this being their very first event ever and an ill handling car to come home in seventh place. Taking the final championship points in eight place were Kenny and David English who lost so much time earlier in the event with their off road excursion.

1st Shane Burns 1.19:37
2nd DJ Browne 1.19:42
3rd Ulton McGowan 1.20:15
4th Sean Sharkey 1.20:58
5th Damien McGuaran 1.22:38
6th Andy Slattery 1.24:04
7th Richard Guerin 1.27:47
8th Kenny English 1.34:47

Irish 205 Challenge wish to thank the Midland motor club and all its marshals and organizers for a great rally.

Thanks also to the Challenge sponsors


Posted: April 7, 2008 3:38 PM

1 Jack Sleator/Andrew Purcell (Subaru Impreza WRC) 66m 36s,
2 Sean McArdle/John Rowland (Toyota Corolla WRC) 68m 12s,
3 Mark Courtney/Michael Courtney (Toyota Celica GT-Four) 68m 51s,
4 Paul Kiely/Pat McSharry (Mit. Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 69m 10s,
5 Adrian Quinn/Alan Moran (Mit. Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 69m 19s,
6 George Tracey/Martin Brady (Ford Focus WRC) 70m 22s,
7 Timmy England/Eoghan Fogarty (Mit. Lancer Evo 8 Gp N) 71m 30s,
8 Damien McCarthy/Eamonn Hayes (Honda Civic) 72m 04s,
9 Billy O’Keeffe/Scott Wheeler (Mit. Lancer Evo 6 Gp N) 72m 38s,
10 Colum Whelan/Patrick O’Neill (Subaru Impreza Gp N) 72m 54s.

1 Damien McCarthy/Eamonn Hayes,
2 Peter Wilson/John Kilmurray (Civic) 72m 58s,
3 Bernard Mulvihill/Enda Gerety (Civic) 73m 27s.

1 Richard Whelan/Patrick Crotty (Civic) 27m 55s,
2 John McQuaid/David Smyth (Escort) 28m 27s,
3 Richard Moffett/Laura Moffett (Starlet) 29m 24s.

Entry list Update:

Posted: April 3, 2008 11:25 AM

Update on Midland Moto stages rally cars pulled as of 7.pm Wed 2nd April

Car no’s 4, 12, 22, 23, 35, 44, 76, 114, 123, 138, 150

Also gone from reserve 166, 183, 193, 215, 226, 241

Next in from reserve will be 164

Vincent Collins Chairman MMC, Eoin Longworth COC
together with mains sponsors Adrian Grealy of the Abbey Hotel
and Jim Casey of Caseys Auto Group

NJRC - Juniors take to the black stuff

Posted: April 1, 2008 9:40 AM

Limerick driver Mark Sheahan heads to the Midlands rally on Sunday next leading the National Junior Stages Rally (NJRC). After 2 rounds held on the forestry roads of Mitchelstown and Limerick, Sheahan driving a Peugeot 206 leads Eamon Power of Wexford by two points. Power drives a Peugeot 106 and he is also two points ahead of the Honda Civic of Patrick Cunningham from Galway.

A total of twenty drivers registered for the NJRC have entered the Midlands rally and it will be their first tarmac event of the championship.

The Midalnds rally is based in Roscommon town. Clerk of the Course Eoin Longworth has devised a compact route of 120 stage km’s. Rally HQ is the Abbey Hotel. First car is away at 10 am to compete on eight stages-four repeated. Service is at Roscommon race course after stages three and six. The rally is Round 2 of the Midlands East Championship and Round 2 of the Irish 205 Challenge and Round 3 of the National Junior Rally Championship.

The drivers registered for the NJRC are seeded in the main field, from 37 (Peter Wilson) to 100 (Kevin O’Connor). There is also an independent junior rally running at the end of the field with 14 entries.

It will be interesting to see who will be competitive on the Midlands. Will it be the forest racers or the tarmac specialists prevail? Will Mark Sheahan extend his championship lead, or can Jason Ryan (winner in Mitchelstown) or Patrick Cunningham (winner in Limerick) repeat their victories? What are the chances for local driver Bernard Mulvihill? Mulvihill won the Midlands Junior championship last year.

One way or another, the result will be known around 18.00 when the main field is due back at park ferme in the C.B.S. grounds.

Duffy Switches Seats For Irish Junior Rally Championship

Posted: April 1, 2008 9:38 AM

Killian Duffy has secured a deal to drive a brand new Citroen C2R2 in the Irish Junior Rally Championship. The C2R2 is been hired from Derrick Jobb Motorsport and will make its debut in Midland Stages Rally this weekend.
Killian, the current National Rally Champion Co-Driver alongside Aaron MacHale has plenty of experience in the co-driver seat. Killian’s experience of the driving seat however is limited, but he has contested the National Autocross Championship in his teenage years, and also competed in Mayo Stages Rally 2007 driving a 106cup car where he finished 2nd in class 6.

The Irish Junior Rally Championship was setup as a platform for young drivers to be selected for the Billy Coleman Award.
The Billy Coleman Award is a Scholarship with professional guidance and financial backing for the winning driver so that they can further their career with a view to a professional drive in the World Rally Championship in the future.
The Irish Junior Rally Championship is contested over 4 Tarmac rallies and 4 Gravel/Forest rallies so it gives the selection committee an indication of each drivers’ ability on both surfaces.

Killian knows the importance of a good co-driver, so he has enlisted Eamonn Walsh from Claremorris to partner him for the year. Eamonn has a lot of experience in the co-driving seat, so the experience of both competitors is sure to be an advantage.
There is of course a huge cost involved in contesting the Junior Rally Championship, but Killian and Eamonn have been lucky so far in securing the following sponsors for the year; Caden Refrigeration Crossmolina, AGS Scaffolding Crossmolina, www.treecare.ie, Hanley’s Bar Claremorris, Mark Walsh Flooring Claremorris, Mark Hyland Plastering & Labour Supply Claremorris, Supermacs Ballindine Ballinrobe & Claremorris, P. McHugh & Sons Builders Ballindine, and Kumho Tyres.

Main Field Entry List

Posted: March 27, 2008 6:08 PM

No Driver/Navigator (Make Model) [Class]
1 Kevin Lynch/Francis Regan (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
2 Jack Sleator/Andrew Purcell (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
3 Sean Gallagher/Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
4 John Joe Fleming/Robbie Ward (Ford Focus WRC) [8]
5 Sean McArdle/John Rowland (Toyota Corolla WRC) [8]
6 Mark Courtney/Michael Courtney (Toyota Celica GT-Four) [15]
7 Paul Kiely/Pat McSharry (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
8 John Kelly/Robbie Shaw (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [8]
9 Adrian Quinn/Alan Moran (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
10 George Treacy/Martin Brady (Ford Focus WRC) [8]
11 Damien Finneran/TBA (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
12 Eddie Donaghy/Charlie Donaghy (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8) [4]
14 Fergal Costello/Shane Gilhooly (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [4]
15 Paddy Boyle/Marty Sherlock (Ford Escort) [13]
16 Thomas McGovern/Kevin McGovern (Ford Escort) [13]
17 Niall Byrne/TBA (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [N4]
18 Tom Curley/TBA (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
19 Sean Flanagan/Declan O'Reilly (Subaru Impreza N12) [4]
20 Timmy England/Eoghan Fogarty (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8) [N4]
21 Trevor Mulligan/TBA (Escort MK2) [14]
22 Raymond Drury/Domhnall Lennon (Ford Escort) [14]
23 David Roe/Robert Nolan (Ford Escort) [13]
24 Derek Deane/Martin Flynn (Escort MK2) [13]
25 James Cassidy/John Norris (Escort MK2) [12]
26 Leo Doyle/Alistair Chambers (Ford Escort) [12]
27 Colin Flanagan/Ollie Grady (Escort Cosworth) [15]
28 Jimmy Brennan/Gerard Kenny (Escort Cosworth) [15]
29 Gene Callan/Sean Brunton (Ford Escort) [12]
30 Larry Brady/Anne Brady (Escort MK2) [12]
31 Neil Pierce/Enda O'Leary (Honda Civic) [11]
32 John Newman/TBA (BMW M3) [14]
33 Richard Burke/Frank Byrnes (Ford Focus) [14]
34 Michael Murray/Mike Carty (Mitsubishi Evo7) [4]
35 Daniel McKenna/Andrew Grennan (Ford Escort) [12]
36 David Quigley/Des Sherlock (Honda Civic) []
37 Peter Wilson/John Kilmurray (Honda Civic) [11]
38 Colin O'Toole/Paul McGee (Opel Corsa) [11]
39 Billy O'Keefe/Derrick O'Neill (Mitsubishi Evo6) []
40 Nigel McGinn/Martin Gavigan (Mitsubishi Evo6) [8]
41 Rory Byrne/Jeremy Patterson (Mitsubishi Evo9) [4]
42 Ger McDonagh/Ken Flanagan (Mitsubishi Evo 4) [15]
43 Colum Whelan/Patrick O'Neill (Subaru Impreza) [4]
44 Conor Magennis/Raymond Scullion (Mitsubishi Evo5) [4]
45 Gerry Maher/Declan Neville (Escort G4) [13]
46 Gerry Casey/Vincent Collins (Ford Escort) [13]
47 Jason Ryan/Tadgh O'Sullivan (Honda Civic) [11]
48 Jack Newman/David Coyle (Honda Civic) [11]
49 John Byrnes/Kenneth Sheil (Honda Civic) [11]
50 Patrick Cunningham/Martin Cunningham (Honda Civic) [17]
51 Damien McCarthy/Eamon Hayes (Honda Civic) [17]
52 Killian Duffy/Eamonn Walsh (Citroen C2) [A6]
53 Patrick Tully/Alan Kenna (Honda Civic) [11]
54 Mick Quinn/Declan O'Toole (Honda Civic) [2]
55 Enda McLoughlin/Alan McWeeney (Escort MK2) [10]
56 Gerry Kelly/Karen Kelly (Ford Escort) [12]
57 Christopher Kelly/Shay McKenna (Vauxhall Nova) [10]
58 Sean Kelly/Ivor Trimble (Vauxhall Nova) [10]
59 Michael Brazil/Ray Fitzpatrick (Peugeot 205) [11]
60 Mark Sheahan/Mark McGrath (Peugeot 206) [6]
61 Marc McDermott/Damian Flanagan (Honda Civic) [6]
62 Pakie Duffy/Colin Duffy (Honda Civic) [3]
63 Barry Coleman/John Corrigan (Honda Civic) [3]
64 Derek Sheeran/Stephen Cooney (Honda Civic) [2]
65 Benny Kennedy/Michael Ryan (Honda Civic) [11]
66 Bernard Mulvihill/Enda Gerety (Honda Civic) [11]
67 Ross Forde/Arron Forde (Suzuki Swift) [2]
68 Anthony Dolan/Nigel Feeney (Toyota Corolla) []
69 Tommie Rafferty/Cathriona Costello (Escort MK2) [12]
70 John Keown/ (Honda Civic) [2]
71 Peter Howley/Martin Leonard (Ford Escort) [11]
72 Pat Faughnan/Stephen Faughnan (Ford Escort) [11]
73 David Forde/Kim Ryan (Subaru Impreza) [8]
74 Shane O'Rourke/Fred Holmes (Mitsubishi Evo6) [4]
75 J P Logue/Patrick Durning (Honda Integra) [7]
76 Colm Cronin/TBA (Peugeot 206) [6]
77 Vincent McAree/John Paul McAree (Peugeot 106) [6]
78 Michael Hagan/Liam Higgins (Honda Civic) [13]
79 Joseph Lenehan/TBA (Honda Civic) [11]
80 Eoin Creedon/Paul Heffernan (Toyota Corolla) [11]
81 Sam Johnston/Cyril Rollins (Peugeot 205) [10]
82 Brian Dennis/Gerard Geraty (Skoda Fabia) [8]
83 Brendan O'Rourke/James O'Rourke (Peugeot 206) [A6]
84 Eamon Power/ ( ) []
85 Shane Carberry/Sean Walsh (Honda Civic) [2]
86 Sarah Moynihan/Amy Moynihan (Peugeot 206) [6]
87 Ciaran Dwyer/Gerry McLoughlin (VW Golf) [10]
88 Paul Conlon/TBA (Peugeot 205) [10]
89 D J Browne/Turloc O'Reilly (Peugeot 205) [10]
90 Barry Mahon/Mark Feely (Peugeot 205) [10]
91 Ultan McGowan/TBA (Peugeot 205) [10]
92 Brian Turner/Hazel Vaughan (Peugeot 106) [6]
93 Norman Dunne/Bernard McSweeney (Peugeot 205) [10]
94 Adrian Grealy/Kevin Healy (Escort MK2) [12]
95 Kieran Donohoe/TBA (Ford Escort) [11]
96 Andrew Slattery/Shaun Forde (Peugeot 205) [10]
97 Aidan Cunniffe/Jason Walker (Peugeot 205) [10]
98 Donald Powell/Robert Lewis (Honda Civic) [2]
99 Anthony Masterson/Tom Clinton (Honda Integra) [7]
100 Kevin O'Connor/ ( ) []
101 Pascal Hennesey/Philip Quinn (Honda Civic) [11]
102 John Devine/Bernard Devine (Escort MK6) [13]
103 Sean Boyle/Damien Boyle (Escort MK1) [12]
104 Martin McKeown/Declan Ryan (Talbot Sunbeam) [10]
105 Fergal Heney/Paul Murphy (Toyota Corolla) [11]
106 Shane Maguire/TBA (Peugeot 205) [10]
107 Liam Higgins/Derrick Feeney (Honda Civic) [2]
108 John Burke/Andy Walsh (Peugeot 206) [A6]
109 Edward Kelly/John Kelly (Peugeot 106) [A6]
110 Michael McKennedy/Andrew Mahon (Toyota Corolla) [17]
111 Ian Hynes/Des Sherlock (Honda Civic) [3]
112 John Agnew/Frank Connolly (Peugeot 206) [7]
113 Christy Kelly/Maria Coady (Suzuki Swift) [9]
114 Tommy Gardiner/Aishling Poynton (Honda Civic) [11]
115 Seamus Cuffe/Marcus Molloy (Ford Escort) [12]
116 Daniel Gorman/Eoin Gorman (Escort MK2) [10]
117 Shane Burns/Sean Balfe (Peugeot 205) [10]
118 Neville Matthews/TBA (Peugeot 206) [7]
119 Damien Flaherty/Mark Finneran (Toyota Corolla) [11]
120 Patrick Herity/David Currid (Toyota Corolla) [11]
121 Tommy Flanagan/John Lally (Escort MK2) [10]
122 Adrian Lewis/Eric Deane (Suzuki Swift) [9]
123 Colm O'Grady/Dermot Fahy (Ford Puma) [6]
124 Batt O'Donoghue/Pat Nolan (Opel Corsa) [9]
125 Chris McNamara/TBA (Peugeot 205) [10]
126 Aidan McGreevy/Marie McGreevy (Peugeot 205) [10]
127 Ollie Kelly/Sean Kelly (Honda Civic) [11]
128 David Donoghue/James Comer (Toyota Corolla) [11]
129 Padraig Doory/Neil Burns (Suzuki Swift) [9]
130 Seamus Mannion/John Mannion (VW Golf) [10]
131 Aidan Cooney/Paddy McDonagh (Peugeot 205) [10]
132 David Gilleran/Ray Richardson (Honda Civic) [11]
133 Sean Mullervy/TBA (Honda Civic) [9]
134 Jim Pat Lennon/TBA (Honda Integra) [11]
135 Sean Sharkey/Dessie Sharkey (Peugeot 205) [10]
136 Martin O'Reilly/Benny Grainger (Suzuki Swift) [9]
137 Damien McGauran/Thomas McGauran (Peugeot 205) [10]
138 Tony Dunne/TBA (Toyota Starlet) [11]
139 Michael Conneely/Philip Conneely (Honda Civic) [6]
140 Chris King/TBA (Honda Civic) [2]
141 Mark Lennon/Edmond Egan (Honda Civic) [11]
142 Colm Brady/Declan Brady (Honda Civic) [11]
143 Brendan Barrett/Mark Convey (Ford Escort) [13]
144 David Woodcock/Robert Woodcock (VW Polo) [1]
145 Richard Guerin/Anthony Linnane (Peugeot 205) [10]
146 Michael Raftery/Brian Purcell (Ford Escort) [10]
147 Stephen Hernon/Ivan Hernon (Toyota Corolla) [11]
148 John Casey/Declan Casey (Escort MK2) [9]
149 Thomas Fallon/Stephen Healy (Toyota Corolla) [11]
150 John McGuire/Cormac McGuire (Ford Escort) [10]
151 David Conway/TBA (Vauxhall Astra) [9]

152 Michael McCormack/Mark Kiernan (Peugeot 205) [10]
153 Eddie McLoughlin/Andrew Staunton (Honda Civic) [2]
154 Kerrill Waters/TBA (Peugeot 206) [6]
155 Paul Curley/Gabriel Hession (Honda Civic) [2]
156 Gary Jennings/Damien Connolly (Mitsubishi Evo8) [8]
157 Jonathan Folan/Padraig Connolly (Suzuki Swift) [9]
158 Keith Spain/Alan Spain (Honda Civic) [2]
159 Thomas Scott/Richard Scott (Peugeot 106) [9]
160 Conor Kelly/Dinny Forde ( ) []
161 Pat Spain/John McMahon (Ford Escort) [13]
162 Paddy Nolan/Padraig Gorman (Toyota Starlet) [11]
163 Tom O'Dwyer/Ian McDonnell (Honda Civic) [2]
164 George McKenny/Kevin Malone (Ford Escort) [11]
165 Kenneth English/David English (Peugeot 205) [10]
166 John Quinn/John Quinn Jnr (Citroen C2) [11]
167 Richard Keown/Tony Walsh (Escort MK2) [12]
168 John Folan/TBA (Mitsubishi Evo3) [15]
169 Mike Daly/Clodagh Madden (Talbot Sunbeam) [10]
170 Brendan Corcoran/TBA (Honda Civic) [11]
171 Peter Greenan/Vinnie Dunne (Subaru Impreza) [15]
172 Eamon Lee/Raymond Coppinger (Ford Escort) [13]
173 John Coughlan/Mark Parson (Escort MK1) [12]
174 Dermot Callaghan/Paraic Callaghan (Honda Civic) [11]
175 Alan Quinn/Gary Quinn (Opel Manta) [13]
176 Kieran Carroll/Louise Healy (Honda Civic) [11]
177 Dermot McNeill/TBA (Peugeot 205) [10]
178 Brendan O'Reilly/Damian O'Reilly (Ford Escort) [9]
179 Gary McPhillips/Mark Tierney (Ford Escort) [14]
180 Shane Donohoe/TBA (Ford Escort) [11]
181 John Flanagan/Jonathan Rooney (Subaru Impreza) [8]
182 Alan Sheridan/Colin Walsh (Ford Escort) [14]
183 Kieran Murphy/Aishling Grimes (Escort MK2) [12]
184 Conor Waters/George McElhinney (Ford Escort) [14]
185 Arthur Kierans/TBA (Ford Escort) [12]
186 Andrew Fanning/TBA (Ford Puma) [6]
187 Paddy O'Reilly/Cane Curley (Ford Escort) [14]
188 Ollie Carroll/TBA (Citroen C2) [6]
189 Danny Daly/Sean Daly (Peugeot 205) [10]
190 Brian Grealish/Sean Hession (Honda Civic) [11]
191 David Leonard/Leon Jordan ( ) []
192 Neil Tohill/Gerard Tohill (Subaru Impreza) [4]
193 Derek Brennan/Robbie Webster (Escort MKI ) [11]
194 Paraic Cummins/Joe Smullen (Ford Escort) [13]
195 Damien McCabe/Jonathan McConnon (Ford Escort) [9]
196 Danny McCormack/Brian Smullen (Opel Corsa) [12]
197 Christopher Snow/TBA (Honda Type R) [11]
198 Kevin O'Donohoe/Paddy Murphy (Escort MK2) [10]
199 George Wiley/Kevin Wiley (Peugeot 205) [10]
200 Kevin Cleene/TBA (Ford Escort) [10]
201 Liam O'Keefe/Scott Wheeler (Escort MK2) [10]
202 Paul Doyle/John Brophy (Escort MK2) [12]
203 John Kelly/Pronias McKenna (Toyota Corolla) [10]
204 Graham Kelly/TBA (Escort G4) [13]
205 James Doyle/Kevin Barry (Ford Escort) [13]
206 Niall McGrath/TBA (Honda Civic) [2]
207 Samuel Kelso/Keith Alexander (Ford Escort) [13]
208 John Dolan/TBA (Honda EK4) [2]
209 Keith Tierney/Aoife Keogh (Honda Civic) [11]
210 Gerr Cassidy/Paul Sheridan (Escort G3) [14]
211 Tommy Doyle/Colin Fitzgerald (Escort MK2) [13]
212 Martin Greenwood/Dermot McDermott (Honda Civic) [11]
213 Joseph Ward/Ronnie Ward (Peugeot 205) [10]
214 Sean Sherry/J P McAree (Ford Escort) [10]
215 Patrick Hough/Eddie Kavanagh (Peugeot 205) [10]
216 Eamon Gallagher/Paul Brogan (Ford Escort) [12]
217 Maurice Greaney/Stephen Greaney (Honda Civic) [6]
218 Liam Bowhan/Gerard Kennedy (Toyota Corolla) [11]
219 Garret McCullagh/Hugh McKenna (Ford Escort) []
220 Jim McKenna/Thomas Treanor (Toyota Starlet) [11]
221 Adrian Fahy/Aidan Fahy (Ford Escort) [11]
222 Gerard Moloney/TBA (Honda Civic) [11]
223 Kevin Lambe/John McDermott (Talbot Sunbeam) [10]
224 Philip Walsh/Michael Doherty (Mazda 323) [15]
225 Geoffrey Dolan/Adrian Brolly (Talbot Sunbeam) [13]
226 Dennis Nixon/Trevor Cassidy (Mitsubishi Evo9) [4]
227 Derek McGonagle/TBA (Escort MK2) [13]
228 John Conlon/Pat Delaney (Honda Civic) [11]
229 Sean Doyle/TBA (Ford Escort) [12]
230 Paul Carron/John Coll (Toyota Corolla) [11]
231 Paul Lacey/Arthur Walshe (Escort G3) [13]
232 David Manning/Donal Balfe (Peugeot 205) [10]
233 John Kenny/Ger Dervan (Honda Civic) [11]
234 David Staunton/Liam Feeney (Toyota Corolla) [11]
235 Frank Wray/Joe McNulty (Mitsubishi Evo) [8]
236 Gary Cairns/TBA (Mitsubishi Evo) [8]
237 John Cairns/James Cairns (Subaru Impreza) [8]
238 Kieran Kelly/TBA (Honda Civic) [11]
239 Michael McCallum/Michael O'Kane (Subaru Impreza) [15]
240 Gavin Toland/Ciaran Henry (Ford Escort) [12]
241 Fergal Callaghan/Kenneth McMorrow (Toyota Corolla) [11]
242 Martin Ewing/James Ewing (Peugeot 205) [10]
243 Rory Carroll/Michael Melly (Ford Escort) [11]
244 John Masterson/Gerry Conlon (Honda Civic) [3]
245 John Sweeney/Gerard McKinney (Honda Civic) [9]
246 Terence McHugh/Patrick McHugh (Ford Escort) [12]
247 John Quinn/TBA (Honda Civic) [11]
248 Alan Sweeney/Timmy Lunn (Ford Escort) [11]
249 Colm Flynn/Raymond Finnegan (Toyota Corolla) [11]
250 Noel Smith/Dara Little (Peugeot 205) [10]
251 Martin Devine/Francis Devine (Honda Civic) [N2]
252 Michael Cunningham/Alvin Mulroe (Mitsubishi Evo9) [4]
253 Shane Keary/TBA (Nissan Pulsar) [11]
254 Gerard Ronan/TBA (Mitsubishi Evo6) [N4]
255 Greg McGroary/Keith Anderson (Escort MK2) [13]
256 Billy Coogan/Michael Coady (BMW M3) [14]

Junior Entry List

Posted: March 27, 2008 6:07 PM

No Driver/Navigator (Make Model) [Class]
1 David Moffett/TBA (Toyota Starlet) [17]
2 Richard Moffett/Laura Moffett (Toyota Starlet) [17]
3 Richard Whelan/James Whelan (Honda Civic) [17]
4 Alan Gibbons/Gerard Brennan (Honda Civic) [17]
5 Richard Price/Sean Duggan (Honda Civic) [17]
6 Mark Wedlock/Adam Kinkade (Ford Escort) [17]
7 Brian Halligan/Shane Dalton (Honda Civic) [17]
8 Eamon Brady/David Kellegher (Honda Civic) [17]
9 Joseph Monaghan/John Ryan (Honda Civic) [17]
10 John Collum/TBA (Honda Civic) [17]
11 Brian O'Donnell/Peter O'Donnell (Vauxhall Nova) [17]
12 Patrick Divilly/TBA (Toyota Corolla) [17]
14 James Flood/Gordon Flood (Honda Civic) [17]
15 Avril Hynes/TBA (Suzuki Swift) [17]

R16 John McQuaid/David Smyth (Ford Escort) [17]
R17 Gerard McQuaid/Gary Quinlan (Ford Escort) [17]
R18 Alan Pickend/Patrick McDermott (Opel Corsa) [17]
R19 Barry Treanor/James Clerkin (Peugeot 205) [17]
R20 Wayne Keown/J McGrath (Peugeot 206) [17]
R21 Brendan Mccarrick/ (Vauxhall Nova) [17]

Historic Entry List

Posted: March 27, 2008 6:06 PM

NO Driver/Navigator (Make Model) [Class]
H1 Martin Ward/Linda Conroy Ward (Opel Manta) [16]
H2 Niall Keane/TBA (Hillman Avenger) [16]
H3 T J Shiel/Michael Shiel (Escort MK1) [16]
H4 Alan Dalton/Kiernan Dalton (Clan Crusader) [16]
H5 Frank Manweiler/Gerald O'Neill (Hillman California) [16]
H6 Leslie Branagan/Graham Randall (Mini Cooper) [16]

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