Upcoming Events

 Past Events

 Future Events

Mayo Stages Rally - 8 Mar 09

Posted: March 12, 2009 1:41 PM - 34708 Hits

Round 2 - 2009 National Rally Championship
Round 1 - 2009 Irish 205 Challenge
Round 1 - 2009 Border Rally Championship

  • Elliot/Goodman win by 6 seconds!

Posted: March 12, 2009 5:15 PM

In Car

Posted: March 12, 2009 4:55 PM

Video Clips

Posted: March 12, 2009 1:41 PM

O’Mahony and Higgins claim first points in National Rally Championship and look ahead to West Cork Rally

Posted: March 12, 2009 10:33 AM

County Cork driver Brian O’Mahony and County Mayo co-driver John Higgins claimed their first points of the season in the National Rally Championship as they finished the Mayo Stages Rally last Sunday (8 March).

The crew came home seventh overall, sixth in the series and the first two-wheel drive car in their OM Concrete Products and Priority Geotechnical-backed Super 1600 Renault Clio and are now looking ahead to this weekend’s two-day (14 – 15 March) West Cork Rally.

The pair had a relatively trouble-free run in round two of the National Championship across Higgins’ home turf as they battled through extreme weather conditions of snow, sleet, hail and rain.

The car was using more fuel than normal and is believed to be an injector problem - the same issue that prevented them from finishing the first round, the Birr Stages Rally last month, as they ran out of petrol two kilometres from the end.

But they hope to resolve the issue ahead of the Clonakilty-based tarmac event this weekend.

They have contested the West Cork Rally three times before, last year struggling to be on the pace due to a diff problem but they still finished second in class.

This time out they are aiming to be up there with the leading two-wheel drive competitors as they take a break from championship action to tackle the familiar stages.

“We’re pleased with the result in Mayo and are now looking ahead to this weekend,” 24-year-old O’Mahony said.

“It’ll be nice to have a rest from the championship even though we’re pleased to be doing the National series again, it’s a good championship with some good events.

“The West Cork’s an event I really enjoy and so long as we can be up there with the other two-wheel drive cars we’ll be happy.”

O’Mahony and Higgins start the West Cork Rally at number 10.


Posted: March 12, 2009 9:25 AM

Round 1 of the 2009 Irish 205 Challenge got underway from the TF Royal hotel in Castlebar on Sunday with seven drivers setting off to battle to become this year’s challenge champion. This year sees the I205C proudly sponsored by www.serviceclub.ie, Slatterys of Puckane Total quartz lubricants, Blaklader workwear and Kumho tyres. All the cars heading off to stage one looking great in their new colour schemes would be disappointed as heavy hailstorms battered the Sheffrey Mountains causing the stage to be cancelled.

Stage two would see battle commence over ten miles and Andy Slattery/ Donal Lynch would be the first driver through setting the fastest time, 8 seconds up on Noel Smith/ Dara Lyttle. Next came Norman Dunne/ Eoin O Flattery 21 seconds down and just 6 seconds ahead of Kenny English/ Joseph Bannerton. The biggest surprise was the amount of time the reigning challenge champion Ulton McGowan/ Kerrill Waters and strong favorite Aidan Cooney/ Andy Heekin would drop to the leaders in here. Both recording times almost a minute behind. The first casualty would be Joe and Ronnie Ward who would leave the road and roll down a small ravine. Thankfully both crew members are ok but they same cannot be said for their 205 gti. Stage three was a twelve miler, fast and flowing stage that suits the challenge cars and again Slattery showed a clean pair of heals to his rivals, putting another 8 seconds on his lead. Smith was second fastest showing great speed on his first challenge event. Cooney picked up the pace but was still 30 seconds slower than the leader. Next came McGowan with English and Dunne held up by a slower car on the stage.

Stage four was a repeat of stage one but again the stage was canned before the I205C drivers could start so on to stage 5, a repeat of stage 2, and Slattery continued to set fastest time but only by one second from Smith who had now found the pace needed to run at the front in what is arguably Irelands most competitive one make championship. Dunne went third quickest followed by Cooney, English and McGowan. Overall positions at this point showed Slattery leading by 17 seconds from Smith, Dunne was third 4 seconds up on Cooney but almost two minutes down on the leaders. Next came English just 2 seconds ahead of McGowan.

Slattery continued to dominate the times, fastest again on stage six and now under no pressure as Smith, his closest challenger crashed out of second place on the stage. Dunne was second fastest just 3 seconds up on Cooney. English was now up to third place overall, his best result in the challenge to date and a lackluster McGowan was struggling with problems all day and just could not get feeling with the car.

On stage seven Cooney hit trouble dropping over two minutes to the leaders and fell behind Dunne and English to fourth overall. With large gaps now between all the crews, no one was under too much pressure and all held station until the end. Slattery took a clean sweep of fastest times on stage seven and eight.

Back in Castlebar the celebrations began as Andy Slattery took the podium for his first ever I205C win and also claiming overall class 10 by over a minute in their challenge spec 205 GTI, Fastest on all the stages in very tough conditions was a great achievement for the service manager from Co. Tipperary. Back at the TF royal hotel, Slattery commented “It was a fantastic day for us, everything went according to plan, the car never missed a beat all day, we were knocking on the door for our first challenge win for a while and it eventually came, the 205 challenge is very competitive, so were delighted with our win, and to win class 10 was an extra bonus for us”

Dunne finished second and also produce a very competent display as did English in taking third place. Cooney will be disappointed with fourth and McGowan will have to dig deep on the next round to challenge the leaders after his worst ever I205C result.

The next round of the championship takes the drivers to Rooskey for the Midland stages rally on April 6th, to view driver profiles & keep up to date on latest news, log onto, www.irish205challenge.com.

The Irish 205 challenge wish to thank the Mayo and district motor club and all their marshals for a great event.

The Irish 205 challenge is proud to be sponsored by,
The Peugeot Service club, www.serviceclub.ie
Slatterys of Puckane, Peugeot and Subaru Authorised Dealers.
Total quartz lubricants
Blaklader workwear
Kumho tyres
Ears motorsport

In Car

Posted: March 12, 2009 9:22 AM

Donegal Crew Win Border Championship Drive of The Day Award On Mayo Stages Rally

Posted: March 10, 2009 5:09 PM

Noel O’Donnell and Ronan Murrin from Co. Donegal are the first recipients of the HASS Border Rally Championship Drive of the Day Award for 2009

Competing on the TF Royal Hotel & Theatre Mayo Stages Rally, the Peugeot 205 crew won the sought after award by setting fastest time in class 12 on the third stage of the rally - Bohaun 1. They completed the 18.2 km test in a time of 11 minutes 31 seconds, four seconds faster than nearest challengers – fellow Donegal crew Daniel Conaghan and Trevor Graham in a Ford Escort.

O’Donnell and Murrin were presented with their prizes at rally finish by Ken Henderson, owner of Border Championship sponsors Henderson Auto Sport & Spares (HASS).

The Drive of the Day Award is presented at each of the six rounds of the 2009 HASS Border Rally Championship. Open to all registered championship competitors, a class and stage are selected at random before the start of the rally, with the winner being the fastest crew in the class on that stage to finish the rally.

Ken Henderson, head of Border Rally Championship sponsors Henderson Auto Sport & Spares (HASS) presents
Ronan Murrin (on left) and Noel O'Donnell with their trophies
for winning the Drive of the Day award on the Mayo Stages Rally.
Photo: Cathal Doyle

Posted: March 10, 2009 4:39 PM

Gp N Winners - Gareth MacHale/Barry Goodman (Opel Corsa S2000)

Thomas Fitzmaurice/Fionn Foley (Mit. Lancer Evo 9) now lead the race for the Pattersons Gp N award.

Posted: March 10, 2009 4:34 PM

First 2WD and new leaders of the rally.ie 2WD award:
Brian O’Mahony/John Higgins (Renault Clio S1600)
Photo: Sean Hassett


Posted: March 9, 2009 3:06 PM

Defending Dunlop champions, Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru WRC) won the TF Royal Hotel & Theatre Mayo Rally, the second round of the Dunlop National Rally Championship.  They finished six seconds ahead of Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru WRC), in terms of the Dunlop championship, Elliott now leads Maguire by four points.  Kevin Barett/Sean Mullally (Subaru WRC) took third place after they reeled in the Opel Corsa S2000 car of Gareth MacHale/Barry Goodman on the closing stages.

The opening stage, Big Maum, fell victim of the weather when a hailstorm made the conditions treacherous and the organisers decided it wasn't safe to run in competitive mode.  On the second test, Barnaderg, Elliott set the pace, 13 seconds clear of Maguire with Gareth MacHale a further ten seconds behind in third.  Elliott was also quickest on the third stage, despite an overshoot that cost him some ten seconds.  He arrived at the Westport service halt with a 16 second advantage.  Maguire admitted he struggled in the conditions while third placed MacHale was acclimatising to the Opel Corsa S2000. Kevin Barett in fourth had to back off towards the end of the third test amidst a heavy hail shower.   Garry Jennings (Mitsubishi) was untroubled in fifth with local driver, Tom Muldoon (Mitsubishi) some 20 seconds adrift in sixth place. Reserve entry, Thomas Fitzmaurice (Mitsubishi) was next in a top ten that also included the Mk. 2 Escort of Anthony Hand; Danny McBride (Mitsubishi) and Jack Maguire (Escort Cosworth).  Elsewhere, Brian O'Mahony (Renault Clio) lost time with fuel problems, he was 13th. overall while Trevor Mulligan onboard an errant handling Ford Escort, was down in 46th. place.

On the first run over Big Maum, S.S. 4, Elliott added a further three seconds to his lead with Maguire and MacHale completing an unchanged top three.  Kevin Barrett moved to within six seconds of MacHale.  Meanwhile, Jennings lost a few seconds when he experienced fuel problems at the start of the test.     

Elliott spun on the fifth test and lost the front bumper of his Subaru, he was fortunate not to have experienced any further damage in the 360 degree spin.  At service, he had no explanation, " I really don't know why it happened, I touched the brakes approaching a left hand bend and it just spun around.  I didn't see any oil, I was really very lucky and I reckon I only dropped about ten seconds."

The resultant damage caused handling problems through Stage 6 and Maguire, who was fastest on both stages, cut the deficit to three seconds.  MacHale, in third, reckoned the suspension was too stiff for the Mayo roads, he was also losing time on the fast sections of the stages.  The Dubliner was a minute and 31 seconds off second spot and just a mere second ahead of Kevin Barrett, who remarked on the difficult nature of the stages. 

Jennings remained in fifth - his Mitsubishi tended to flood at the start of the stages.  Danny McBride also in a Mitsubishi, was next - 25 seconds further behind.  O'Mahony made strong progress to move into seventh in a top ten rounded off by Fergal Costello (Mitsubishi), Thomas Fitzmaurice (Mitsubishi) and Jack Maguire (Escort Cosworth). Local hero, Tom Muldoon retired his Mitsubishi with a broken differential while Sean Flanagan (Subaru) lost several places with a spin on almost every stage.

On the penultimate test, Elliott gained a precious second on Maguire to lead by four seconds.  He added two more seconds on the final test that gave him a six second winning margin.  "Niall (Maguire) and myself had the wrong tyres for the final stages, we had full wets and the roads were dry.  It was far from being a foregone conclusion, I had to battle hard against him (Niall).  It was a hard rally to win and I suppose I didn't make it any easier on myself either." said a delighted Elliott at the finish.

Maguire took second and Barrett increased his pace to snatch a late third place.  Elsewhere, MacHale was fourth on his debut in the Opel Corsa S2000 while Jennings took top points in the Patterson's RallyNews Group N category.  Danny McBride (Mitsubishi) overcame mechanical problems to claim sixth. 

Brian O'Mahony (Renault Clio S1600) took seventh and top points for the inaugural rally.ie award for two-wheel drive competitors.  Thomas Fitzmaurice (Mitsubishi), Paul Elliott (Mitsubishi) and Russell Woods (Escort) filled the remaining places in the top ten.  The latter pair were separated on a tie-break with Elliott getting the verdict by virtue of being fastest on the final stage.   Anthony O'Halloran (Mitsubishi) and Sean Flanagan (Subaru) improved on the final stages to take eleventh and twelfth respectively.  Fergal Costello crashed his Mitsubishi out of seventh place on the final test.  Mulligan (Escort) finished sixteenth.


Posted: March 9, 2009 3:01 PM

1 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC) 55m 22s,
2 Niall Maguire/ Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC) 55m 28s,
3 Kevin Barrett/Sean Mullally (Subaru Impreza WRC) 57m 37s,
4 Gareth MacHale/Barry Goodman (Opel Corsa S2000) 57m 45s,
5 Gary Jennings/Martin Brady (Mit. Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 58m 32s,
6 Danny MacBride/Jonathan Gallager (Mit. Lancer Evo 8 Gp N) 60m 22s,
7 Brian O’Mahony/John Higgins (Renault Clio S1600) 60m 41s,
8 Thomas Fitzmaurice/Fionn Foley (Mit. Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 61m 31s,
9 Paul Elliott/Brian Doherty (Mit. Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 61m 32s,
10 Russell Woods/Martin Byrne (Ford Escort Mk II) 61m 32s.


1 Terry McGonegal/Mark Curran (Civic) 38m 26s,
2 Eamon Brady/David Kellegher (Civic) 39m 27s,
3 Ferlin Taylor/Vinnie Boyd (Integra) 43m 34s.

Leader After:
SS2-8 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)

Stage Winners:
SS2 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS3 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS4 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS5 Niall Maguire/ Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS6 Niall Maguire/ Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS7 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS8 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)

Late Entries

Posted: March 6, 2009 1:29 PM

James Foley (Mit. Lancer Evo X)


Posted: March 6, 2009 1:26 PM

Having seized the initiative on the opening round of the Dunlop National Rally Championship, defending champion, Patrick Elliott heads to the TF Royal Hotel & Theatre Mayo Rally (Sunday March 8th.) intent on scoring more valuable Dunlop championship points.  The Cavan driver, who won his maiden national title last season, has no special plan for the eight stage encounter in the west of Ireland, "I'm going to keep doing the same thing, stay focussed on my driving.  In Nenagh, I didn't feel fully match fit but I think the pace will increase as the season evolves.  I have no doubt that Niall will crank up his pace too.  Mayo is always a tough rally, the roads can be dirty as it's a busy time for the farming community.  I'm certainly not over confident, any little mistake and you certainly pay for it."  Elliott set fastest times on all but one of the eight stages in Nenagh.   

Meanwhile, Maguire knows that he cannot afford to allow Elliott dominate to the extent he did in Nenagh.  The former triple national champion lost time with suspension related problems on the first pair of stages and a puncture on the sixth test ended any hopes of reeling in Elliott.  Maguire will again be co-driven by fellow Monaghan man, Enda Sherry.

The Dunlop title-chasing duo of Elliott and Maguire are the respective second and third seeds with Gareth MacHale heading the entry in the Opel Corsa S2000 car.  The Dubliner had intended to compete in Nenagh but wasn't in possession of all the necessary homologation papers. 

Maynooth's, Kevin Barrett in the McKinstry prepared Subaru WRC occupies the number four berth, he was fourth in Nenagh, like Elliott and Maguire, he is also aware that it will take a few events to raise the pace of the series. 

Having led the Group N category after the first stage in the opening round, Fermanagh's, Garry Jennings (Mitsubishi) will be very determined on making up for the disappointment of retiring on the second stage with a throttle sensor issue. Indeed, he is quite capable of securing a top three finish in Mayo.  Clare's, Anthony O'Halloran, also in a Mitsubishi, currently second in the Patterson's RallyNews Group N category, had a steady run in County Tipperary and will be keen to stay the pace.  Meath's, Sean Flanagan (Subaru) has regular co-driver, Brian Duggan back on the pacenotes and they are seeded at number seven.

Forced to retire some two kilometres from the finish of the final stage in Nenagh, Brian O'Mahony (Renault Clio S1600) aims to get back amongst the points in Castlebar.  The Cork driver, a former Irish national Class 6 champion and Irish and British S1600 champion, dominated the two-wheel drive element in Nenagh, it will be interesting to watch his progress in Mayo.  His co-driver is Kiltimagh native, John Higgins.
Donegal's, Danny McBride (Mitsubishi) was a Class 4 winner on the final round of the Dunlop series in 2008, a significant result could bring further championship involvement.  The top ten is completed by Camillus Bradley (Ford Escort), the Derry driver has a fine turn of speed and will have drivers such as Trevor Mulligan, Russell Woods, Daniel Conaghan and Eugene Ferry, all in Ford Escorts,  as his opposition in the rear wheel drive category.

Elsewhere, the Mayo entry also includes Eamonn Daly (Mitsubishi), John Cairns (Subaru), Trevor Bustard (Mitsubishi), local Mayo driver, Tom Moldoon (Mitsubishi), Jack Maguire (Escort Cosworth), Gary McElhinney (Subaru Legacy), Raymond Conlon (Corolla) and Anthony Hand (Escort).  The S1600 Citroen Saxo of Andrew Bushe and the Mitsubishi of Paul Elliott are also on the entry list.

Withdrawals - 03/03/09

Posted: March 4, 2009 3:54 PM

41, 43, 60, 70, 73, 110, 117, 140

No late entries received

This now brings the entry list to 131 in the mainfield which means the club still have 10 places to fill, so are still accepting entries.
Tel: 087-280 1527 / +353 87 280 1527 Evenings Only

The rally have 15 Junior places left and at 270 euro its a great days rallying for the price.

Mayo Stages Rally Ready To Roll

Posted: March 3, 2009 3:27 PM

High speed action and drama will be the order of the day this week-end, as many of the best drivers and co-drivers in the country head westwards to battle for glory on the 2009 TF Royal Hotel & Theatre Mayo Stages Rally.

Despite these recessionary times, the rally has attracted a near capacity entry, with in excess of 130 competitors due to take the start. The Mayo Stages Rally is once again part of three major series – the Dunlop National Rally Championship, the Border Rally Championship - which this year welcomes a new title sponsor in the form of Donegal based Henderson Auto Sport & Spares (HASS), and the 205 Challenge.

Clerk of the Course Jonathan Rice and his experienced team of officials have spent the last number of months hard at work preparing for this major sporting occasion. The result is a mouth-watering selection of stages that will test competitors to the limits, while showcasing some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. Using roads over the Sheeffry Hills and Partry Mountains in the south of the county, a total of eight stages run over three tests provide a total of 118 km stage mileage, enough to ensure plenty of thrills and spills before a winner is declared back at rally headquarters on Sunday evening.

Thanks To Sponsors
Title sponsor of the rally is once again the TF Royal Hotel & Theatre in Castlebar, which is also the rally headquarters for the week-end. Over the past number of years the TF has become well established as a firm favourite with rally competitors, and the club wishes to thank Pat Jennings and all the staff at the TF for their help and assistance in running this major sporting occasion.

Mayo & District Motorsport Club would also like to take this opportunity to thank all the sponsors who have supported the running of this rally, in particular the stage sponsors Casey Autoworld Castlebar and Ballina, West Tyre of Ballinrobe, and Carney’s Quarry of Aughagower.

A Full Days Rallying
The action gets underway on Sunday morning, March 8th with the first competitors leaving the TF at 9 am before tackling the first loop of three stages. Crews will then head for service, which is located in the Westport area, before tackling the same three stages a second time. After another refettle in service, final runs over the first and third stages in the loop will see the rally return to the TF in time to declare a winner at around 5.45 pm.

Leading Runners
2008 saw local success with Mayo & District Motorsport Club members Aaron MacHale and Killian Duffy recording a memorable victory. They are not competing this year, however much interest will focus on Aaron’s brother and number one seed Gareth MacHale, who debuts a new Opel Corsa Super 2000 in Mayo. This fabulous sounding machine, which competes in the Group N Showroom category, is the latest of a new breed of rally car, a variation of which is tipped to take over from the current World Rally Cars in 2010. He may find it difficult to challenge for overall victory but you can be sure Gareth will be pushing the little Opel to the limit over the Mayo stages.

Behind Gareth are a trio of Subaru WRC drivers who look set to fight it out for championship honours this year. Leading the challenge will be reigning National Rally Champion Patrick Elliott. The Cavan man has never won in Mayo but in the past year has become the man to beat at National level. Victory on the opening round of the championship in Birr two weeks ago underlines his determination to claim back-to-back championships.

Running at three is former multiple champion Niall Maguire. The popular Monaghan driver has already won in Mayo in 2002 and 2004, and would dearly love to claim a hat-trick of victories. Behind Niall is Kildare’s Kevin Barrett, sure to be close by to pick up the challenge for victory should the leading drivers falter.

The Group N battle for showroom specification cars also promises plenty of action with Anthony O’Halloran from Clare hoping to build on his recent strong result in Birr. He faces strong opposition from the likes of Gary Jennings, Sean Flanagan and last year’s winner Danny McBride. Meanwhile the Modified runners will be putting on a show as always, with the Escorts of Trevor Mulligan and Russell Woods leading the fray.

Local Competitors To The Fore
Needless to say, many local competitors will be hoping to bring glory to Mayo on their local event. John Higgins from Kiltimagh is the highest seeded local co-driver at number 8 sitting alongside Brian O’Mahony in a Renault Clio Super 1600. At 17 Westport’s Tom Muldoon and Tommy Nugent will be hoping to mix it with the leading Group N runners, while at 33, Gerry Casey from Castlebar, sponsor of stages one, four and seven, pits his Escort against the rapid opposition. Other quick local competitors in Escorts included James Culliney from Bekan and Colin Loughney from Killala at numbers 42 and 46 respectively, while watch out also for the fabulous sounding BMW M3 of Club Chairman Sean McHugh at 48.

But that’s just a sample of the many local competitors taking part; full details of all the crews, stage times and locations are included in the rally programme which will be on sale from Friday evening at all major service stations and shops in the Castlebar and Westport regions.

Marshals Needed
To run a national level event like the Mayo Stages Rally is a major undertaking, requiring the support of large numbers of helpers. Mayo & District Motorsport Club is looking for additional marshals to ensure a successful running of the event. If you would like to help out, please contact Chief Marshal on 086 603 3510 – your assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Safety First
For spectators intending to visit the rally, plenty of time should be allowed to get to the stages to park up and find a safe viewing location, as some of the stages have only limited access. Please always obey the marshals and follow their instructions, as they are there to ensure that everyone has a safe day’s rallying.

Withdrawals & Late Entries - 02/03/09

Posted: March 2, 2009 9:42 PM

Car Nos: 40, 71, 90, 107,

Late Entries
148 Peter Wilson TBA Civic 11
149 Noel Smith Dara Lyttle Peugeot 205 10
150 Thomas Fitzmaurice Fionn Foley Evo 9 4
151 Simon Evans Barry Faul Mini Cooper 9

Final Instructions

Posted: March 2, 2009 4:55 PM

Withdrawals & Late Entries - 27/02/09

Posted: March 1, 2009 9:45 PM

Car No :28  

Late Entries
142 Colm Brady Barry Harten Civic 11
143 James Browne Terence Magee Escort Mk II 13
144 Gerard Mc Quaid Gary Quinlan Escort Mk II 11
145 John Mc Quaid David Smyth Escort Mk II 11
146 Chris Kelly Enda Mc Loughlin Nova 10
147 Glenda Boyle Kylle Boyle Civic 3

Withdrawals & Late Entries - 26/02/09

Posted: February 27, 2009 8:06 AM

Cars no J3, 10, 56, 61,

Late Entries:
137 Brian Mc Nally / TBA Civic  11
138 Feragal Costello / Shane Gilholley Evo 9 4
139 Joseph Monaghan / TBA Civic 2
140 Shane Burns / TBA Peugeot 205 10
141 James Mc Nulty / Brendan Mc Elhinney Evo 6 8

Withdrawals & Late Entries - 24/02/09

Posted: February 25, 2009 5:09 PM

Withdrawals from Mayo 09  

Car No : 
72, 108, 69, 22, J5 has moved from Juniors to No 134 (main field)

Late Entries
131 Niall Mc Grath / Loretta Kelly Civic 2
132 Stephen Reynolds / Shaun Murrin Civic 2
133 Stephen Mc Gurk / TBA Escort Mk II 13
134 Barry Treanor / TBA Peugeot 205 10
135 David Staunton / Liam Feeney Corolla 11
136 Andrew Slattery / Donal Lynch Peugeot 205 10

Time and Distance Schedule

Posted: February 25, 2009 4:46 PM

Posted: February 24, 2009 4:53 PM

Organising Committee of the 2009 Mayo Stages Rally

Late Entries will be taken.

Posted: February 23, 2009 12:00 PM

As the entry has not been filled, late entries will be taken.

Tel: 087-280 1527 / +353 87 280 1527 Evenings Only

Entry List

Posted: February 23, 2009 11:33 AM

Number Driver/Navigator (Car) [Class]
1 Gareth Mc Hale/TBA (Opel Corsa S2000) [4]
2 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
3 Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
4 Kevin Barrett/Sean Mullally (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
5 Gary Jennings/TBA (Mit. Lancer Evo 9) [4]
6 Anthony O Halloran/Charlie Mc Enery (Mit. Lancer Evo 9) [4]
7 Sean Flanagan/Brian Duggan (Subaru Impreza N12) [4]
8 Brian O Mahony/John Higgins (Renault Clio S1600) [6]
9 Danny Mc Bride/James Mc Nulty (Mit. Lancer Evo 8) [4]
10 Camillus Bradley/Danny O Neill (Escort Mk II) [13]
11 Trevor Mulligan/Lisa Roe (Escort Mk II) [14]
12 Russell Woods/Martin Byrne (Escort Mk II) [13]
14 Eamon Daly/Anthony O Connell (Mit. Lancer Evo 9) [4]
15 John Cairns/James Cairns (Subaru Impreza WRX) [8]
16 Trevor Bustard/Kenny Bustard (Mit. Lancer Evo 8.5) [4]
17 Tom Muldoon/Tommy Nugent (Mit. Lancer Evo 8) [4]
18 Eugene Ferry/Derek Heena (Escort Mk II) [14]
19 Jack Maguire/Paul Maguire (Escort RS Cosworth) [15]
20 Gary Mc Elhinney/Damien Mc Elhinney (Subaru Legacy RS) [15]
21 Daniel Conaghan/Trevor Graham (Escort) [12]
22 Raymond Conlon/James O Reilly (Corolla) [13]
23 Anthony Hand/Emmet Sherry (Escort) [11]
24 Andrew Bushe/Richard Hyland (Citreon Saxo) [6]
25 Paul Elliott/Brian Doherty (Evo 9) [4]
26 John Gallagher/Ambrose Given (Evo 6) [8]
27 John Ward/Gary Mc Nern (Corolla) [11]
28 Colin Flanagan/TBA (Escort Cosworth) [15]
29 Jim Mc Kenna/Thomas Treanor (Starlet) [11]
30 Victor Hunter/Michael Doherty (Escort Mk II) [13]
31 Raymond Drury/Sean Brunton (Escort Mk II) [14]
32 Peter Greene/Laura Greene (Escort Mk II) [14]
33 Gerry Casey/TBA (Escort Mk II) [13]
34 Drew Hunter/Conal Doherty (Escort Mk II) [13]
35 John Mc Hugh/Bobby Trimble (Corolla) [11]
36 Terence Mc Hugh/Patrick Mc Hugh (Escort Mk II) [12]
37 Des Moore/Conor Foley (Escort Mk II) [14]
38 John Watters/Jonathon Jordan (Escort Mk II) [14]
39 Clive Kilpatrick/Ian Johnson (Evo 6) [15]
40 Conor Harvey/TBA (Civic) [3]
41 Adrian Cannon/Jonathon Shovlin (Civic) [2]
42 James Culliney/Andrew Grennan (Escort Mk II) [12]
43 Declan Mc Brearty/Stephen Furey (Corolla) [11]
44 Willie Mavitty/Keefe Kilcoyne (Evo 6) [4]
45 Mark Wedlock/Adam Kinkade (Escort Mk II) [11]
46 Colin Loughney/TBA (Escort Mk II) [12]
47 Declan Gallagher/Eoin Gallagher (Starlet) [11]
48 Sean Mc Hugh/Michael Loughney (BMW M3) [14]
49 Darren Mc Kenna/Nicola Mc Kenna (Corolla) [11]
50 John Kelly/TBA (Corolla) [10]
51 Pat Bonar/Paul Mc Gee (Escort Mk II) [13]
52 Kieran Roarty/Kieran Sweeney (Evo 8) [4]
53 Noel O Donnell/Ronan Murrin (Peugeot 205) [12]
54 Shane Buckley/Thomas Maguire (Fiesta) [3]
55 Alan Sweeney/TBA (Escort) [11]
56 Adrian Foley/Adrian Flynn (Corsa) [10]
57 Pat Kelly/Noel Lambert (Impreza) [8]
58 Gree Mc Groary/Kerri Mc Carter (Escort Mk II) [13]
59 Andrew Mullen/Elaine Doherty (Fiesta) [6]
60 Stephen Hernon/Ivan Hernon (Impreza) [4]
61 Patrick Herity/David Currid (Corolla) [11]
62 Roger Kennedy/Wendy Blackledge (Peugeot 306) [7]
63 Anthony Neville/TBA (Impreza) [4]
64 Paddy O Reilly/Barry Mc Gill (Escort) [14]
65 Andrew Knox/Andrew Russell (Escort Mk II) [11]
66 Richard Mc Gaugh/Ronan Flannagan (Escort Mk II) [12]
67 Ciaran Walsh/TBA (Civic) [2]
68 Eamonn Mc Cafferty/Catherine Levis (Puma) [5]
69 Paul Quinn/Jason Harron (Fiesta) [3]
70 Garrett Mc Monagle/Mark Maguire (Integra) [7]
71 Keith Power/TBA (Peugeot 106) [6]
72 Paul Carron/John Coll (Corolla) [11]
73 Cathal O Reilly/Gerard O Reilly (Focus) [7]
74 Kenneth Mc Hale/Derek Mc Carthy (Yaris) [1]
75 Packie Duffy/Colin Duffy (Civic) [3]
76 Thomas Carolan/Declan Smith (Escort) [9]
77 Paddy Walker/Niall Burns (Peugeot 206) [6]
78 Dermot Mc Cafferty/Sinead Mc Cafferty (Peugeot 106) [6]
79 Rory Carroll/John A Conway (Escort Mk II) [12]
80 Declan Quigley/TBA (Escort) [11]
81 Ciaran Mc Kay/Marcel Heaney (Escort Mk II) [12]
82 Padraig Neville/Amy Ryan (Impreza) [4]
83 Keith Mc Fadden/Brian Harrington (Impreza) [8]
84 Niall Donoghue/TBA (Civic) [2]
85 Peter Mc Carry/TBA (Escort) [13]
86 Gary Gallagher/Paddy Duffy (Escort Mk II) [11]
87 Michael Connelly/Padraic Callanan (Civic) [6]
88 Anthony Masterson/Tommy Clinton (Integra) [7]
89 Alan Quinn/Gary Quinn (Manta) [13]
90 Raymond Gilleece/TBA (Civic) [3]
91 Ed Muldoon/John Muldoon (Evo 6) [4]
92 Brendan Corcoran/TBA (Civic) [2]
93 John Duffy/John Egan (Astra) [13]
94 Ultan Mc Gowan/Kerrill Watters (Peugeot 205) [10]
95 Aidan Cooney/Mark Curran (Peugeot 205) [10]
96 Shane Maguire/Stephen Thornton (Peugeot 205) [10]
97 Kenny English/TBA (Peugeot 205) [10]
98 Norman Dunne/Bernard Mc Sweeney (Peugeot 205) [10]
99 Pa Bellew/Jimmy Bellew (Escort Mk II) [9]
100 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Escort Mk II) [14]
101 Trevor Hutton/Clint Hutton (Puma) [5]
102 Shane Timoney/Niall Timoney (Puma) [5]
103 Eamonn Doherty/TBA (Escort Mk II) [11]
104 David Carney/Peter Mc Greal (Citreon C2) [6]
105 Vincent Collins/Fintan Kilroe (Sunbeam) [11]
106 Dermot Mc Groary/TBA (Sunbeam) [10]
107 Jonathon Thompson/Finbar Boyle (Escort Mk II) [11]
108 Declan Mc Shane/Paul Keys (Civic) [2]
109 Jonny Leonard/Jackie Donaldson (Micra) [5]
110 Shane Mc Ginley/Barry Mc Bride (Civic) [9]
111 Adrian Fahy/Aidan Fahy (Escort Mk II) [11]
112 Marcus Molloy/Derek Molloy (Civic) [11]
113 Liam Branley/Joseph Devanny (Peugeot 205) [10]
114 Joseph Ward/Ronnie Ward (Peugeot 205) [10]
115 Mark Murphy/Paul Stuart (Peugeot 205) [10]
116 Ambrose Gaughan/Trevore Landers (Peugeot 205) [11]
117 Mike Daly/Clodagh Madden (Sunbeam) [10]
118 Martin Mc Phillips/TBA (Corolla) [11]
119 Gerard Walsh/Patrick Divilly (Corolla) [11]
120 Fergal Loughney/Darren Gill (Suzuki Swift) [9]
121 Barry Gallagher/Christopher Monaghan (Swift) [9]
122 Brian Mc Namara/Martin Lehy (Peugeot 205) [10]
123 Seamus Gallagher/John Breslin (Corolla) [11]
124 Alan Egan/Gary Egan (Impreza) [11]
125 Ciaran Kennedy/Paul Mc Ginnis (Civic) [2]
126 Richard Kelly/Sean Kelly (Manta) [13]
127 David Quinn/Enda Mc Gonigle (Nova) [9]
128 Brendan O Reilly/TBA (Escort Mk II) [9]
129 Pat Neville/TBA (Civic) [2]
130 Otto Gropler/Chrystal Culkeen (Ka) [5]

Car No Driver/Navigator (Car) [Class]
1 Jamesie Ward/Pauraic O Donnell (Corolla) [J]
2 Gerard Boyle/Niall Craig (Corolla) [J]
3 John Paul Mc Ginty/Christy Gallagher (Peugeot 205) [J]
4 Ferlin Taylor/Vinnie Boyd (Integra) [J]
5 Barry Treanor/TBA (Peugeot 205) [J]
6 Kevin Walsh/James Walsh (Corolla) [J]

Unoffical Mayo Stages Rally Website

Posted: February 3, 2009 10:01 PM

Regulations available

Posted: January 19, 2009 5:26 PM

Note Entries Open Monday 26th Jan 09

Classified Ads

 Add a Classified

 All Classifieds

Twitter Feed