Cavan Stages Rally - 29 May 11

Posted: June 1, 2011 1:31 PM - 18959 Hits

Round 4 - 2011 National Rally Championship
Round 3 - 2011 Border Rally Championship

Barrable a Close Second on Cavan Stages

Posted: June 1, 2011 1:31 PM

Robert Barrable winner of the Motorsport Ireland Billy Coleman award supported by the Irish Sports Council, in his Skoda Fabia S2000 with co-driver Damien Connolly finished an impressive second overall on Sundays Cavan Stages rally after a close battle with championship leader Tim McNulty. The result came on the back of disappointment earlier in the weekend for the Co. Dublin driver when the alternator in his Skoda failed during the opening stages of the Jim Clark rally the first all tarmac round of the BRC. The decision to take part in the Cavan stages rally came late on Friday evening when Robert and the Evolution Motorsport team headed straight from Kelso headquarters of the Jim Clark to an early morning ferry and on to Cavan to complete Reece in advance of the Cavan rally on Sunday. Robert started the rally strongly posting fastest stage time through the opening stage with his nearest challenger Tim McNulty in the more powerful Subaru Impreza S12B WRC machine posting fastest time through stage two with Robert returning to the top of the time sheets with a fastest time through stage three arriving at the first service halt just 4 seconds behind the leader.

This set the tone for the remaining six stages of the day with Robert and Tim swapping fastest stage times through the tight and twisty Cavan lanes, the gap at the second of the days service halts had Robert at just 9 seconds off the lead with the final loop of stages remaining. The leader feeling the pressure had to dig deep and set fastest time through stages seven and eight with Robert hoping that the continued pressure might force McNulty into a mistake it was not to be and Robert crossed the finish ramp in an excellent second overall just 24 seconds behind the winner McNulty, having set an impressive four fastest stage times on the event.
“I am really happy with the result today and the car was excellent. I was disappointed on Friday night being forced to retire from the Jim Clark as I really felt I could have recorded a top three finish so to come to Cavan and challenge for the win and to finish so close in second is really satisfying, commented Robert at the end of the event.

Next up for Robert and Damien in the Skoda Fabia is the GEKO Ypres Rally in Belgium a round of the IRC at the end of June.

In Car

Posted: June 1, 2011 12:20 PM

Manus Kelly / Paul Sheridan - SS1

Trevor and Kenny Bustard - SS8

Richard Moffett/Martin Connolly - SS8

Video Clips

Posted: June 1, 2011 12:17 PM

Sligo Pallets Border Championship Drive of the Day award

Posted: June 1, 2011 12:04 PM

Photo: Brendan Flynn

The Sligo Pallets Drive of the Day award on the Cavan Stages Rally was presented to Monaghan crew Justin Smyth and Gregory McQuillan. Driving a Ford Escort they set the fastest time for a class 9 car on special stage two of the event, ten seconds faster than their nearest rivals.
Their prize – a pair of Sligo Pallets rally jackets presented to them at rally finish by championship sponsors Andrew Mullen and Elaine Doherty of Sligo Pallets.

McNULTY WINS CAVAN RALLY - Report Courtesy of Dunlop Proud Sponsors of the Dunlop National Rally Championship 2011

Posted: June 1, 2011 11:55 AM

MEATH’s, Tim McNulty (Subaru WRC), co-driven by Paul Kiely, continued his dominance of the Dunlop National Rally Championship with victory in the Hotel Kilmore Cavan Rally, the fourth round of the series. They finished 24 seconds ahead of the Skoda Fabia S2000 of Robert Barrable/Damien Connolly with Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru WRC) a further 25 seconds behind in third.

The Group N category was won by Sam Moffett/James O’Reilly (Mitsubishi) and the two-wheel drive award was won by Damien Gallagher/Mac Walsh (Ford Escort).

Late entry, Barrable set the pace on the first stage albeit a second ahead of Dunlop series leader, McNulty with Maguire next best – six seconds further behind. McNulty punched in the best time for the second stage even though he made a slight mistake; Barrable was quickest through the final stage of the loop. At the Cavan service halt, McNulty, who held a five second lead, commented, “Everything is fine, the stages are tough, I made a small mistake on the second stage but nothing much to worry about. I have decided to go for a harder compound tyre for the second loop.”

Barrable was quite happy with his tyre choice and general performance. Maguire was a further 17 seconds behind in third and admitted there was little he could do about matching the pace of the top duo. Kevin Barrett (Subaru) was fourth as fifth placed Seamus Leonard (Subaru WRC) admitted he was a little rusty, he also stalled his car at the start line of the second stage. Liam McCarthy (Toyota Corolla WRC) was untroubled in sixth.

Meanwhile, Sam Moffett (Mitsubishi) had a number of niggling problems with the steering and anti-lag systems. Elsewhere, the top ten also featured Shane Maguire (Subaru) who was four seconds behind Moffett;

Washington James (Darrian), who led the two-wheel category – three seconds ahead of Damien Gallagher (Ford Escort).

Opening loop retirements included Manus Kelly, his Ford Escort stopped with alternator troubles, Declan Boyle (Ford Escort) while Adrian Hetherington put his Escort on its side on the opening stage.

McNulty stretched his lead through stages four and five but made a slight error on the sixth stage where Barrable reigned supreme. The net effect gave McNulty a nine second lead at the final service halt. Barrable reckoned his tyres were too hard for the fourth stage but were perfect for the remaining stages. Maguire continued to maintained third – some 15 seconds further adrift. Barrett was trouble free in fourth with Leonard fifth. Moffett had a strong run through the loop to move into sixth where he was followed by Liam McCarthy (Toyota Corolla WRC)

There was a change in the two-wheel drive category, Washington James (Darrian) who had moved 13 seconds ahead of Damien Gallagher (Escort) after S.S. 4, lost time with a broken steering arm. By Stage 6, Gallagher, who was eighth overall, was 12 seconds ahead of the Escort of Michael Conlon. James had dropped to 21 st . in general classification. Elsewhere, Trevor Bustard lost time when his Mitsubishi developed a misfire, he was eleventh overall followed by the Escorts of Sam Smyth and Frank Kelly.

McNulty pushed hard through stages seven and eight and duly stretched his lead to 26 seconds and was able to slacken his pace on the final stage where Barrable was quickest. Third placed Maguire had a major moment near the finish of the final stage but he survived to take 16 Dunlop points. Barrett, who was fourth, reckoned his performance improved on the final loop. Leonard was fortunate to finish due to a gearbox problem while a change of tyres saw McCarthy regain sixth.

Moffett, who had a slight moment at a crossroads on the final stage, won Group N and Gallagher took the two-wheel drive award. The top ten was completed by Trevor Bustard (Mitsubishi) and Michael Conlon (Ford Escort).

The Dunlop “Drive of the Day” award was won by Frank Kelly (Ford Escort).


Posted: June 1, 2011 11:50 AM

1 Tim McNulty/Paul Kiely (Subaru Impreza WRC) 60m 33s
2 Robert Barrable/Damien Connolly (Skoda Fabia S2000) 60m 57s
3 Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC) 61m 22s
4 Kevin Barrett/Sean Mullally (Subaru Impreza WRC) 62m 19s
5 Seamus Leonard/John McCafferty (Subaru Impreza WRC) 62m 54s
6 Liam McCarthy/Ruth McSweeney (Toyota Corolla WRC) 64m 15s
7 Sam Moffett/James O’Reilly (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 64m 33s
8 Damien Gallagher/Mac Walsh (Ford Escort MKII) 64m 35s
9 Trevor Bustard/Kenny Bustard (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 65m 04s
10 Michael Conlon/Aidan Boyle (Ford Escort MkII) 65m 13s

Leaders After:
SS1 Robert Barrable/Damien Connolly (Skoda Fabia S2000)
SS2-9 Tim McNulty/Paul Kiely (Subaru Impreza WRC)

Stage Winners
SS1 Robert Barrable/Damien Connolly (Skoda Fabia S2000)
SS3 Robert Barrable/Damien Connolly (Skoda Fabia S2000)
SS4 Tim McNulty/Paul Kiely (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS5 Tim McNulty/Paul Kiely (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS6 Robert Barrable/Damien Connolly (Skoda Fabia S2000)
SS7 Tim McNulty/Paul Kiely (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS8 Tim McNulty/Paul Kiely (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS9 Robert Barrable/Damien Connolly (Skoda Fabia S2000)

Sligo Pallets Border Rally Championship Enters Crucial Phase

Posted: May 28, 2011 5:21 PM

The third round of the Sligo Pallets Border Rally Championship takes place this week-end on the Cavan Stages Rally, and with the fourth round in Newry following just six days later, the next week will have a major influence in determining this year’s champions.

The early season pace-setters will be hoping to build on their early successes with another strong result in Cavan, not least among them local man Damian O’Reilly. The Escort driver starts his home event not only leading class 9 but also sharing the overall championship lead on nineteen points, after scoring a first and second in class on the opening two rounds.

Meath’s James Cassidy and John Norris in another Escort are the other joint series leaders with identical results so far, albeit in class twelve. They have also claimed a Drive of the Day Award this year on the Mayo Stages Rally.

Just one point behind are two further crews, the class 2 Honda Civic pairing of Adrian Cannon and Derek Heena from Donegal, and perennial challenger and former winner Niall Maguire and his fellow Monaghan co-driver Enda Sherry in the class 8 Subaru WRC. Two points further behind, are the class 4 Donegal brothers Trevor and Kenny Bustard, while Kevin Barrett and Sean Mullally in class 8 are also on sixteen points and still firmly in contention in their class 8 Subaru WRC.

Other competitors having made strong starts to the season include the class 14 Escort of Trevor Mulligan, the Civic of Pauric McGee and Fergal Loughney in class 2, and Paul and Patrick Gallagher’s Escort in class 11.

The Sligo Pallets Drive of the Day Award continues to be a very popular side-attraction for competitors. Following James Cassidy and John Norris’ win in Mayo, it was the turn of Daniel McKenna and Andrew Grennan in Monaghan for their winning time on stage four in class 14. The eligible class and stage for the Drive of the Day Award on the Cavan Stages Rally will be announced at driver’s briefing on Sunday morning.

An added incentive for Border registered competitors in 2011 is that Andrew Mullen of sponsors Sligo Pallets will present a special prize to the championship leaders after round four, the Mourne Rally. To be presented at the Sligo Stages Rally, it will ensure there will be no let-up from the leading competitors this week-end as they strive for championship glory.

Barrable Retires from the Jim Clark Rally and heads for Cavan

Posted: May 28, 2011 8:32 AM

Motorsport Ireland and Irish Sports Council Billy Coleman award winner Robert Barrable retired from the Jim Clark Rally the fourth round of the BRC following an alternator failure on special stage 3.
Robert started the rally with a blistering fastest stage time on the opening special stage of the rally, just over two and a half seconds quicker than nearest rival and championship leader David Bogie.
Through the second stage the gremlins struck and by midway through the third stage Roberts rally was over with the alternator in the Skoda Fabia S2000 ending the Co. Dublin drivers hopes of a podium finish on the fourth round of the BRC. With no replacement alternator available Robert was forced to retire from the rally and being unable to rectify the problem in time opted out of day two Super rally and headed for the boat home to Ireland.

On the back of his early retirement from the Jim Clark rally, Robert will now turn his attention to this weekends's Cavan Stages rally a counting round of the Dunlop Irish National rally championship, where Robert hopes to build on his impressive performance on the last round of the championship the Carlow Stages rally where he finished a credible second overall.

ROYAL CAVAN CALL FOR DUNLOP CHAMPIONSHIP LEADER McNULTY - Preview Courtesy of Dunlop Proud Sponsors of the Dunlop National Rally Championship 2011

Posted: May 27, 2011 3:29 PM

The Dunlop National Rally Championship has its own special taste of royalty as Tim McNulty (Subaru WRC) is the top seed for Sunday’s Hotel Kilmore Cavan Rally, round four of the Dunlop National Rally Championship. The Meath ace, who won this event last year, bids to continue his unbeaten sequence in the current Dunlop campaign that has already yielded wins in Abbeyleix, Monaghan and Tullow.

With just 19 points out of a possible 60, former triple national champion, Niall Maguire (Subaru WRC) knows that he has a difficult task in cutting the deficit to McNulty as a record fourth title seems almost out of reach even at this early stage of the series. Retirement on the last round in County Carlow and a poor finish in Abbeyleix has pushed him down the order, currently, he is seventh overall.

Another driver in need of a big result in Cavan is Kevin Barrett (Subaru WRC), although fourth in the series, he is 32 points behind McNulty.

Omagh’s, Seamus Leonard (Subaru WRC) is seeded at number four ahead of top Group N driver, Colm Murphy (Subaru). Having finished an impressive third in the opening round in Abbeyleix, a non-finish in Monaghan was followed by a troubled outing in Tullow where he annexed just eight points. The Limerick driver is well capable of mixing it with the WRC brigade and will be hoping to return to his opening round form.

Monaghan’s, Sam Moffett (Mitsubishi) occupies the number six berth as he bids to put his national bid back on track after differential woes thwarted his efforts in Carlow. In terms of the Motorsport Safety Team

Group N award (that is awarded to the highest placed Group N driver in the overall standings) Robert Barrable, who netted major points in Monaghan and Carlow, is on 34 points – with Murphy and Moffett both on 24 points.

Cork driver, Liam McCarthy (Toyota Corolla WRC), who is second overall in the series (35 points), took his best result in Carlow where he netted fourteen championship points.

Reigning two wheel drive champion, Declan Boyle (Ford Escort) is another driver hoping to rediscover the pace he showed last season.

Opposition in the category includes fellow Donegal driver, Manus Kelly (Ford Escort), Michael Conlon, Damien Gallagher – both in Ford Escorts and the nimble Darrian of British driver, Washington James.

Donegal’s, Stuart Darcy (Mitsubishi) lines up behind Kelly and completes the top ten. Monaghan’s, Shane Maguire (Subaru) who missed the last round due to college examinations is set to rejoin the fray in Cavan. Elsewhere, the entry features Trevor Bustard (Mitsubishi), local aces Mervyn Wedlock, Russell Woods, Sam Smith and Alan Sheridan, all in Ford Escorts.

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Posted: May 24, 2011 11:02 AM

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Scrutiny Times

Posted: May 24, 2011 10:55 AM

Seeded Entry List

Posted: May 21, 2011 10:02 PM

NO Driver /Navigator (Car) [Class]
1 Tim McNulty/Paul Kiely (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
2 Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
3 Kevin Barrett/Sean Mullally (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
4 Seamus Leonard/John Cafferty (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
5 Colm Murphy/Don Montgomery (Subaru Impreza N12B) [4]
6 Sam Moffett/James O'Reilly (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
7 Liam McCarthy/Ruth McSweeney (Toyota Corolla WRC) [15]
8 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
9 Manus Kelly/Paul Sheridan (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
10 Stuart Darcy/Eamonn Walsh (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8) [4]
11 Shane Maguire/Charlie McEnery (Subaru Impreza N11) [4]
12 Trevor Bustard/Kenny Bustard (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
14 Michael Conlon/Adian Boyle (Ford Escort MK2) [13]
15 Mervyn Wedlock/Bart McArdle (Ford Escort MK2) [13]
16 Damian Gallagher/Mac Walsh (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
17 James Washington/Llinos Jones Davies (Darrian T90 GTR) [14]
18 Brian Brogan/Damien McGettigan (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
19 Russell Woods/Gary Gallagher (Ford Escort) [13]
20 Sam Smyth/Alan Smyth (Ford Escort) [13]
21 Peter Wilson/Karen Curley (Honda Civic) [11]
22 Alan Sheridan/Gerard Conlon (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
23 Adrian Hetherington/Gary Nolan (Ford Escort) [14]
24 Jonathan Pringle/Martin Byrne (Ford Escort MK2) [13]
25 Frank Kelly/Liam Brennan (Ford Escort) [13]
26 Richard Moffett/Martin Connolly (Toyota Starlett) [13]
27 David Condell/George Condell (Ford Escort) [14]
28 David Armstrong/TBA (Ford Escort) [14]
29 Raymond Drury/Joe Brady (Ford Escort) [14]
30 Paddy Boyle/Marty Sherlock (Ford Escort) [13]
31 Michael Curran/TBA (Ford Escort) [13]
32 Gordon Rogers/Philip McEntee (Ford Escort) [13]
33 Vincent McAree/JP McAree (Mitsubishi Evo 9) [3]
34 Andrew Mullen/Elaine Doherty (Mitsubishi Evo ) [8]
35 Mark Wedlock/Adam Kinkade (Ford Escort) [11]
36 Arthur Kierans/Mac Kierans (Ford Escort) [12]
37 James Cassidy/John Norris (Ford Escort) [12]
38 Daniel Conaghan/Terence Magee (Ford Escort) [13]
39 Timmy England/Eoghan Fogarty (Mitsubishi Evo 6) [15]
40 Neil Tohill/Gerard Tohill (Mitsubishi Evo 9) [4]
41 Niall Henry/Oliver McErlean (Subaru N12) [4]
42 Josh Moffett/Domhaill Lennon (Mitsubishi Evo) [4]
43 Rodney White/Sorcha Kelly (Talbot Sunbeam) [13]
44 Kieran McCarra/Colm Murphy (Honda Civic) [13]
45 John McQuaid/Seamus O'Connor (Ford Escort) [14]
46 Noel O'Donnell/Ronan Murrin (Peugeot 205) [12]
47 David Moffett/TBA (Toyota Starlet) [11]
48 Martin McPhillips/Nicola McKenna (Toyota Corolla) [11]
49 Gary Cooney/Rory McBride (Mitsubishi Evo 8) [N4]
50 Eamonn McGuigan/Michael Moran (Ford Escort) [12]
51 Gene Callan/Bredge Brunton (Ford Escort MK2) [12]
52 Joseph Smith/Justin Brady (Ford Escort) [12]
53 Gavin Kelly/TBA (Ford Escort) [14]
54 Fabian McAleer/Marshall Clarke (Ford Escort) [13]
55 Luke McCarthy/Peter Keohane (Honda Civic) [11]
56 Douglas Taylor/Donall Barrett (Ford Escort) [11]
57 Adrian Cannon/Derek Heena (Honda Civic) [2]
58 Aaron McQuaid/Aidan Coyle (Ford Escort) [10]
59 Michael McDaid/Daire Maguire (Ford Escort) [10]
60 Adrian Foley/William Kelly (Ford Escort) [10]
61 Paul Curley/Jason Ollerenshaw (Honda Civic) [6]
62 Anthony Masterson/Andrew Browne (Honda Integra) [7]
63 Damian O'Reilly/Damien McCabe (Ford Escort) [9]
64 Pa Bellew/Andres Reid (Ford Escort MK2) [9]
65 Barney Greenan/Ciaran McPhillips (Ford Escort) [9]
66 Justin Smyth/Gregory McQuillan (Ford Escort) [9]
67 Vincent Collins/Fintan Kilroe (Ford Escort) [12]
68 Garry Gallagher/Lee Callen (Toyota Corolla) [11]
69 Gerard McQuaid/Gareth Quinlan (Ford Escort MK2) [11]
70 Declan McBrearty/Stephen Furey (Toyota Corolla) [11]
71 Paul Carron/James Logue (Toyota Corolla) [11]
72 Gerry McIntyre/Aaron McIntyre (Toyota Starlet) [11]
73 Ruairi McGarrity/Martin McGarrity (Peugeot 106) [A6]
74 Stephen Bradley/Graham Henderson (Honda Civic) [2]
75 John McCabe/Padraig Doogan (Ford Escort) [11]
76 Martin O'Reilly/TBA (Honda Civic) [2]
77 Damien Sherry/TBA (Toyota Corolla) [11]
78 Michael Carbin/Evin Hughes (Peugeot 205) [10]
79 Ciaran King/Patrick Gallagher (Honda Civic) [11]
80 Roger Kennedy/Wendy Blackledge (Peugeot 306 GTI6) [13]
81 John Duffy/John Egan (Honda Integra) [7]
82 Paddy O'Reilly/Paul Kelly (Ford Escort) [14]
83 Ian Miller/Ronan O'Neill () [11]
84 Gary Kiernan/Thomas Rogers (Ford Escort) [10]
85 Hugh McQuaid/Chris Melly (Ford Escort MK2) [12]
86 Philip Monaghan/Derek Lynch (Honda Civic) [11]
87 Conor Foley/Damien McKenna (Ford Escort MK2) [10]
88 Chris Armstrong/Sean Brunton (Citroen Saxo) [6]
89 Sean Agnew/Seamus Connolly (Citroen CZ R2) [6]
90 Sean Sherry/Fintan Sherry (Ford Escort) [10]
91 Barry Treanor/Colm Connolly (Peugeot 205 GTI) [10]
92 Barry McGill/TBA (Ford Escort MK2) [9]
93 Pauric Sheridan/Elaine Sheridan (Ford Sierra) [13]
94 Stephen Clarke/Daniel Donnelly (Ford Escort MK2) [11]
95 Derek Gurney/Keith McEvoy (Ford Sierra) [13]
96 Danny Daly/Sean Daly (Peugeot 205 GTI) [12]
97 Philip Smith/Finbar Smith (Honda Civic) [2]
98 Mark Monaghan/Pat Cumen (Honda Civic) [2]
99 Pauric McGee/Stephen Gallinagh (Honda Civic) [2]
100 John McHugh/Kieran McElhinney (Toyota Corolla) [11]
101 Seamus Doherty/Peter Byrne (Ford Escort MK2) [11]
102 Conor Maguire/TBA (Ford Escort MK1) [11]
103 Andrew Knox/TBA (Ford Escort) [11]
104 Ollie Tynan/Damien McConnell (Honda Civic) [11]
105 Kevin Gallagher/Ross Wassan (MG S1600) [11]
106 David Gallagher/Eamonn Boyle (Honda Civic) [11]
107 Eamonn McCafferty/Paddy Crudden (Ford Puma) [5]
108 Shane Timony/Jeffrey Case (Ford Puma) [A5]
109 Mark Glackin/Michael Glackin (Toyota Corolla) [11]
110 Ivan Hunt/David Hunt (Honda Civic) [2]
111 Mark Kelly/Christy Bradley (Honda Civic) [11]
112 Brian Smith/Darren O'Brien (Toyota Corolla) [11]
113 Mark Ewing/Danny McCloskey (Honda Civic) [3]
114 Gary McCabe/Stephen Cooke (Ford Escort MK2) [10]
115 Paul J Rowley/Gerard Rowley (Honda Civic) [2]
116 Ryan McKenna/TBA (Toyota Corolla) [11]
117 Alister Peoples/Kelvin Gourney (Ford Escort) [11]
118 Adam Clews/Peter Williams (Ford Puma S1600) [6]
119 John Warren/Ruthann O'Connor (Toyota Corolla) [11]
120 Ivor Scott/Brendan Peoples (Honda Civic) [11]
121 Tony Langdon/Eddy Quinn (Honda Civic) [11]
122 Karol McEnroe/TBA (Honda Civic) [2]
123 Kevin Cole/Gary McNamee (Ford Escort) [9]
124 Aaron Duffy/Keith McConnon (Ford Fiesta RWD) [9]
125 David McGuinness/Niall Morley (Ford Escort) [9]
126 Liam Branley/Samantha Branley (Peugeot 206) [6]
127 Liam Devaney/Stephen Morrin (Peugeot 205 GTI) [10]

Final Instructions

Posted: May 21, 2011 10:01 PM

Entries still available until 20th May

Posted: May 16, 2011 3:30 PM

Entries still available until 20th May.

Regulations / Details

Posted: January 2, 1990 3:02 PM

Photograph taken from the Cavan Stages Rally Launch on Sunday 15th May
Left to Right : Paul Henry, Manager Hotel Kilmore, main sponsor,
Willie Mc Cormick President Cavan Motor Club, Stephen Kellett Dep COC,
Alan Cullinan COC, Sean Sharkey Chairman Cavan Motor Club,
Ben Kellett, John Agnew Cavan Motor Club, and Cathal O'Reilly, sponsor.

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