Cavan Stages Rally - 26 May 13

Posted: November 15, 2013 11:15 AM - 18226 Hits

Round 3 – 2013 National Rally Championship
Round 3 - 2013 Border Rally Championship

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In Car

Posted: October 4, 2013 12:31 PM

Eugene Donnelly & Paddy Toner (Toyota Corolla WRC) SS2

Paddy Kiernan & James McCarville (Ford Escort MkII) SS4

Ashley Dickson & Aaron Johnston (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 GpN)

Video Clips

Posted: October 4, 2013 12:29 PM

Border Championship - Kiernan/McCarville Claim Cavan 'Drive of the Day'

Posted: October 4, 2013 12:26 PM

The third round of the 2013 Sligo Pallets Border Rally Championship took the crews to Cavan. The Cavan Stages Rally was based out of the Hotel Kilmore in Cavan Town with three challenging stages to the East testing man and machine to the maximum. The 'Drive of the Day' award for the fastest finishing crew on stage 4 in class 13 went to local man Patrick Kiernan & his Monaghan navigator James McCarville. Class 13 was probably the most competitive class in the event and their stunning time on that 4th stage saw them claim the award by just two seconds. Arthur & Mac Kierans maintain their overall lead in the Championship despite having to settle for 2nd in class on the day.

Class 1-8:
Francie McKenna/Sean Craig repeated their Monaghan success in class 1. A dramatic day saw no Border-registered crews make it home in class 2 or 3. Josh Moffett/John Rowan were the first registered class 4 crew home taking 3rd in class on the day with Shane Maguire/Martin McGarritty next up. Championship sponsor Andrew Mullen & Elaine Doherty maintain their class lead in the Championship thanks to finishing 5th in class. Steve Wood /Johnny Baird were the top registered class 6 competitor in the Citroen C2R2 while Roger Kennedy/Wendy Blackledge made it three class 7 wins in a row in their Peugeot 306. Overall rally winners, Declan & Brian Boyle, the 2010 Border Champions, took maximum points in class 8.

Class 9-12:
Damien O'Reilly/Damien McCabe were the first registered crew home in class 9 to close on championship class leaders Justin Smyth/Gregory McQuillan who retired. Gary Kiernan/Niall Tierney took a home win in class 10 in their Mk2 Escort. Their result leaves them just one point off the overall lead in the Championship. John Kelly/Niall Kelly finished 2nd in class on the day and are also up to 3rd overall in the Championship. Dermot O'Hagan/Pierce Doheny took a comfortable class 11F win to open a commanding lead in the points table. Paul Carron/Andrew Browne were the top Border crew home in class 11R after joint championship leaders Seamus Connolly/Gary McCrudden were forced into retirement. James Cassidy/Declan Smith inherited victory in class 12 after mechanical problems dropped Arthur & Mac Kierans down to 2nd place although they maintain the overall lead of the series.

Class 13-20:
'Driver of the Day' Winners Patrick Kiernan/James McCarville went on to win class 13 after a tough battle with Russell Woods/Gary Gallagher which ended on the last stage when the latter rolled. Jonathan Pringle/Martin Byrne moved up to 2nd in class to maintain their advantage at the top of the class 13 points table. Rodney Wilton/Conor McMahon claimed class 14 honours and were the first two wheel drive finishers in their Escort on their home event. There were no finishers in class 15-18, while Johnny Leonard/Niall Burns top scored in class 20 in their Evo6.

The Teams trophy where each finisher in a three member team collects ten points is currently dead level between “Mk2 Mayhem” (Arthur Kiernas/Mac Kierans, Justin Smyth/Gregory McQuillan & Jonathan Pringle/Martin Byrne) and “Sligo Pallets Rally Team” (Andrew Mullen/Elaine Doherty, David Leonard/Darragh Mullen & Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle) with “Team Toyota Monaghan” (John Kelly/Niall Kelly, Seamus Connolly/Gary McCrudden & Raymond Conlon/Darren McCague) a further twenty points adrift.

The fourth round of the 2013 Sligo Pallets Border Rally Championship is the Sligo Stages Rally on Sunday July 14th. With just two rounds remaining the battle for honours is sure to be intense over the closing rounds, which should provide compelling entertainment for competitors and spectators alike.

BOYLES TOO HOT FOR RIVALS IN CAVAN - Courtesy of Dunlop proud sponsors of the National Rally Championship

Posted: October 4, 2013 12:24 PM

Donegal’s Declan and Brian Boyle (Subaru WRC) returned to winning ways with a comfortable victory in the Hotel Kilmore Cavan Rally, the third round of the Dunlop National Rally Championship. After the day’s nine stages, they were a minute and 13.9 seconds ahead of the Toyota Corolla WRC of Eugene Donnelly/Paddy Toner with the overseas crew of James Belton/Mark Glennerster (Subaru WRC) securing third, their best ever finish in a round of the Dunlop series.

The Dunlop “Drive of the Day” award was won by Clonmel’s, Roy White and his Cork co-driver, James O’Brien, they brought their MG S2000 home in fifth place.

On the opening stage, Clanaphilip, Boyle set the pace and finished the 9.9 mile stage with an 8.6 second lead over Donnelly with Donagh Kelly (Subaru WRC) a further 7.2 seconds behind in third. Roy White (MG S2000) held fourth position followed by the Subaru WRC’s of James Belton and Niall Maguire. Seamus Leonard (Subaru) retired with clutch troubles. Meanwhile, Declan Gallagher (Toyota Starlet) was the top driver in the rear wheel drive category and Josh Moffett (Mitsubishi) was the Group N pacesetter. Kelly was quickest through the second stage and Boyle held the edge on the final stage of the opening loop.

At the Cavan service halt, Boyle expressed satisfaction with his pace, he opined that the opening stage was somewhat greasy - especially where there was shiny tar, it was as similar situation for part of the third stage, which was also quite gravelly. Donnelly, 10.6 seconds behind in second, reckoned that he had a slow start but pushed hard through the remaining stages. The Derry ace was just two tenths of a second ahead of Donegal’s, Donagh Kelly, who spun on the opening test and was concerned about the clutch through the remaining stages.

Welsh driver, James Belton occupied fourth, he spun his Subaru WRC into a hedge on the opening stage and lost some 20 seconds. Having overshot a junction on the first stage, Niall Maguire clawed his way back to fifth, the triple national champion was also concerned about fluid leaking from a rear wheel. Fourth after the opening stage, Clonmel’s, Roy White (MG S2000) was finding the return to a manual gear change quite difficult, he was sixth followed by the Group N pair of Eugene Meegan and Sam Moffett. Meegan was untroubled but Moffett was eager to get into the service halt to sort his Mitsubishi, unfortunately, he was forced to retire with gearbox issues.

Another Group N contender, Stephen Wright (Mitsubishi) was ninth, he lost time when he spun on the third stage. Russell Woods (Escort) completed the top ten, he also led the two-wheel drive category, albeit a tenth of a second ahead of Rodney Wilton, who was eleventh. Elsewhere, Josh Moffett lost some twenty seconds on S.S. 2 - on the last corner of the stage, he slid his Mitsubishi into a field.

On the first stage of the second loop, Boyle took control, he also reigned supreme on the fifth and sixth stages and duly arrived at the final service halt with a 56.9 second advantage. He remarked, I had a good run on stage four but I was careful on Stage 6 due to the gravel on the stage.” Donnelly, who had lost second spot to Kelly after S.S. 5, regained the position when Kelly clipped a rock and punctured on S.S. 6. He commented,
“There is no more in this Corolla, nothing left.”
Although Kelly finished S.S. 6, he lost over eleven minutes and decided to retire at the final service.
“I slid on some gravel and then clipped a rock that punctured the front left wheel. I drove for a while but as I was holding up a few drivers, I pulled over and changed the wheel.”

Meanwhile, Belton and Maguire tussled for third, the former held a 4.3 second lead in that particular battle. Having raised his MG S2000, Roy White felt the handling of the car was much improved, he was fifth. Sixth placed Eugene Meegan led the Group N category although his lost time after a gearbox mounting broke on the fourth stage, he was 10.2 seconds ahead of Stephen Wright, who was eighth overall. Top rear wheel drive competitor, Rodney Wilton (Escort) was sandwiched between the showroom pair. The final two places in the top ten were annexed by Josh Moffett and Russell Woods. Moffett spun on S.S. 6; Woods trailed Wilton by 21.8 seconds.

Superior through the final loop, Boyle took a comfortable victory with second placed Donnelly a minute and 13.9 seconds behind. Belton managed to fend off the challenge from Maguire to clinch his best ever finish in a round of the Dunlop series, the margin between them at the finish was 12.6 seconds. White took another top six finish and along with co-driver, James O’Brien were awarded the Dunlop “Drive of the Day “ award.

In the race Group N supremacy, Stephen Wright (Mitsubishi) took the laurels and while local hero, Rodney Wilton (Escort) was the top rear wheel drive competitor.

Garry Jennings, Mel Evans and Colm Murphy were amongst the non-starters.


Posted: October 4, 2013 12:22 PM


Posted: October 4, 2013 12:22 PM

1 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC) 76m 04s,
2 Eugene Donnelly/Paddy Toner (Corolla WRC) 77m 18s,
3 James Belton/Mark Glennerster (Subaru Impreza WRC) 78m 33s,
4 Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC) 78m 46s,
5 Roy White/James O’Brien (MG ZR S2000) 79m 34s,
6 Stephen Wright/Suzanne Wright (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 81m 15s,
7 Rodney Wilton/Conor McMahon (Ford Escort MkII) 81m 16s,
8 Eugene Meegan/Jonathan Treanor (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10 Gp N) 81m 36s,
9 Josh Moffett/John Rowan (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 82m 03s,
10 Paddy Kiernan/James McCarville (Ford Escort MkII) 82m 04s.

Motorsport Safety Team Group N Production class:
1 Stephen Wright/Suzanne Wright,
2 Eugene Meegan/Jonathan Treanor,
3 Josh Moffett/John Rowan. Two wheel drive award:
1 Rodney Wilton/Conor McMahon.

Dunlop National Escort Mk 2 award:
1 Rodney Wilton/Conor McMahon.

1 Berian Richards/Frank Curtin (Escort) 64m 41s.

1 Robert Duggan/Mikie Galvin (Civic) 58m 14s,
2 Richard Moore/Stephen Quin (Civic) 59m 13s,
3 Conor Moore/Ella Ryan (Civic) 60m 00s.

Leaders After:
SS1-9 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC)

Stage Winners
SS1 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS2 Donagh Kelly/Kevin Flanagan (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS3 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS4 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS5 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS6 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS7 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS8 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS9 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC)

Full Results

Sligo Pallets Border Championship Resumes in Cavan

Posted: May 26, 2013 8:56 AM

Cavan plays host to the third round of the 2013 Sligo Pallets Border Rally Championship. The event returns to the Kilmore Hotel in Cavan town this year with the stages returning to familiar area, last used in 2007. The popular three by three stage format is again in operation. Over 130 entries have been received for this years event featuring a very exciting top 20 line up of World Rally Cars, high powered 2 wheel drive cars and top Group N machinery, The quality as well as the quantity of entries makes this one of the most eagerly anticipated events of the year.

Most of the regular Border front runners are again in attendance, with Joint Championship leaders Arthur Kierans/Mac Kierans and Seamus Connolly/Gary McCrudden out to maintain their 100% class records. The battles in the majority of classes are sure to be intense which has been evident in that only two crews have taken class honours in both Mayo & Monaghan despite nearly 20 different classes in the championship. The 'Driver of the Day' award rewards both speed & reliabilty as it is awarded to the fastest crew in their class on a selected stage but it is only awarded if that crew finishes the event. Competitors must way up between an all out attack or a reserved approach. The award adds a little bit of spice to the days proceedings. The selected class & stage is announced on the morning of the event.

The days action gets underway with Stage 1 going live at 11.00am on Sunday morning.

CAVAN CALLING - Courtesy of Dunlop proud sponsors of the National Rally Championship

Posted: May 24, 2013 2:38 PM

IN geographical terms, the Dunlop National Rally Championship makes one of its shorter journeys of the season as Cavan hosts the third round of the campaign on Sunday next, the previous round was in Monaghan, just less than thirty miles away.

Joint series leaders, Declan Boyle and Niall Maguire are amongst a strong WRC line up for the nine stage rally that has attracted some 130 crews. Donegal driver, Boyle began the season in style with a fine victory in the Abbeyleix Rally where Maguire finished fourth after some turbo associated troubles. A few weeks ago in Monaghan, Boyle led the way until he slid off the road and lost some five minutes before he clawed his way back from 21st. place to finish ninth overall, his haul of twelve Dunlop points was just enough to give him a share of the Dunlop lead with Maguire, who took second overall in Monaghan.

Maguire has won the national series on three previous occasions, the last of which was in 2004, he is looking forward to the Cavan event.
“I’m going to go as hard as I can. Declan (Boyle) had hard luck in Monaghan, it was a tough rally, probably one of the toughest I have done in many years. Declan’s S12B Subaru is much more powerful than my S11 Subaru and he will gain time exiting the junctions. But as I said, I will go as hard as I can, I will not be hanging about.” claimed Maguire.

Boyle will be eager to find consistency as he bids to regain the form he showed on the opening round. On his most recent outing in the Killarney based Rally of the Lakes, he retired within mechanical troubles after just two stages. The in-form Donagh Kelly, also from Donegal, will be hoping to replicate the form that has provided him with victory in the recent Tour of Sperrins and third in the Rally of the Lakes.

Former national champion, Eugene Donnelly, who won the National series in 2003, will compete in a Toyota Corolla WRC, the Derry driver made his rallying debut on the 1984 Cavan Rally.

Winner of the recent Rally of the Lakes, Garry Jennings is also intending to compete, however, he is facing a race against the clock to have the engine of his Subaru back from England. It appears that former Dunlop National Rally champion, Melvyn Evans, who was second in Abbeyleix earlier this year, is unlikely to start as the gearbox of his Subaru WRC will not be ready in time. Meanwhile, the Cavan organisers have received a late entry from Kevin Barrett (Subaru WRC), the Maynooth driver will be making his first competitive appearance in the current Dunlop series.

Overseas driver, James Belton (Subaru WRC) is equal fourth in the current Dunlop championship. On the last round in Monaghan, he was fourth overall and that represented his best finish in the series. Meanwhile, Clonmel’s, Roy White (MG S2000), who shares fourth spot with Belton, is beginning to combine reliability and a fine turn of speed that has enabled him to deliver two top six finishes in his Dunlop outings to date.
Even though Omagh’s, Seamus Leonard will be on board his S9 Subaru WRC he will still provide some stern opposition.
The Group N battle should be fascinating. Reigning champion, Colm Murphy (Subaru) should be the barometer, however, Sam Moffett who won the Monaghan Rally in an S14 Subaru WRC, reverts to his usual Mitsubishi EvoIX and will offer a strong challenge along with his younger brother, Josh, in a similar car. Another Monaghan ace, Shane Maguire, will, for the second time in succession, forsake his usual Subaru for a Mitsubishi EvoIX. Indeed, the Monaghan challenge is extremely strong, it also features Eugene Meegan (Mitsubishi) and Stephen Wright (Mitsubishi EvoIX), who is seeking to build his experience of tarmac rallying. Promising prospect, Michael Carbin is also set to compete in a Mitsubishi. The talented Fermanagh driver, Jonny Leonard is also competing in a Mitsubishi as is Strabane’s, Pat Kirk.

Cavan’s, Jonathan Pringle and Rodney Wilton, both in Mk. 2 Ford Escort will be hoping for a significant result on home ground, opposition includes the experienced Donegal driver, Daniel Doherty also in a Mk. 2 Ford Escort, Limerick’s, Paul Purtill (Escort) and Monaghan’s, John McQuaid (Ford Escort).

Elsewhere, there are entries from Monaghan native and current Billy Coleman award winner, Daniel McKenna, he will drive a Ford Fiesta in the build-up to his British Rally Championship title bid and Lloyd Hutchinson (Mini Cooper).


Posted: May 23, 2013 4:33 PM

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Garry Jennings withdraws

Posted: May 23, 2013 4:17 PM

Garry Jennings has withdrawn from Cavan.

Posted on the Garry Jennings Motorsport Face Book Page:
"To ALL My Fans, who were expecting to see me compete in Cavan next Sunday, unfortunately we have discovered a technical issue with the S12b, but, as i said to Neil, its better we arrive in Donegal 100%, than, do damage to the car on Sunday in Cavan.
I do apologise to my fans who were expecting to see me compete.
We'll Make the Start Line On 21st June in Letterkenny though !!"

Seeded Entry List

Posted: May 21, 2013 9:30 AM

Entry No Driver /Co-Driver (Car) [Class]
1 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Subaru Impreza WRC S12B) [8]
2 Gary Jennings/Meil Doherty (Subaru Impreza WRC S12B) [8]
3 Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC S 11) [8]
4 Donagh Kelly/Kevin Flanagan (Subaru Impreza WRC S 11) [8]
5 Eugene Donnelly/Paddy Toner (Toyota Corolla WRC) [8]
6 Melvyn Evans/Sean Mullally (Subaru Impreza WRC S12B) [8]
7 James Belton/Mark Glennerster (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
8 Seamus Leonard/Paul Mc Loughlin (Subaru Impreza WRC S9) [8]
9 Sam Moffett/James O Reilly (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 ) [4]
10 Colm Murphy/Don Montgomery (Subaru Impreza N12) [4]
11 J O Donnell/A Friel (Subaru Impreza WRC ) [8]
12 Roy White/James O Brien (MG S2000) [20]
14 Josh Moffett/TBA (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
15 Kevin Barrett/Sean Mullally (Subaru Impreza WRC) [8]
16 Shane Maguire/Martin Mc Garrity (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
17 Rodney Wilton/Conor Mc Mahon (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
18 Pat Donegan/Alan Keenan (Ford Escort Mk2 ) [14]
19 Stephen Wright/Susanne Wright (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
20 Chris Armstrong/Tom Clinton (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
21 Declan Gallagher/Ryan Moore (Starlet RWD) [13]
22 Russell Woods/Gary Gallagher (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
23 Jonathan Pringle/Martin Bryne (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
24 Brian Brogan/Mac Walsh (Ford Escort Mk 2) [14]
25 Daniel Doherty/Michael Doherty (Ford Escort Mk 2) [14]
26 Paddy Kiernan/James Mc Carville (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
27 John Mc Quaid/Seamus O Connor (Ford Escort Mk 2) [14]
28 Daniel Mc Kenna/Stephen Hagan (Ford Fiesta R2) [6]
29 Mark Donnelly/Dai Roberts (Citroen DS3 R3) [7]
30 Eugune Meegan/Jonathan Traynor (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [4]
31 David Condell/Alan Keena (Ford Escort Mk 2) [14]
32 Paul Purtill/Raymond Scott (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
33 Michael Curran/TBA (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
34 Stephen Mc Cann/Lisa O Dowd (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 7) [15]
35 Simon Woodside/Dean Beckett (BMW M3) [14]
36 Andrew Mullen/Elaine Doherty (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
37 Jonny Leonard/Niall Burns (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6) [20]
38 Paul Clarke/Paddy Cunningham (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
39 Jack Maguire /Andy Hayes (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
40 Daniel Conaghan/Terence Magee (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
41 Connor Watters/Barry Mc Gill (Ford Escort Mk 2) [14]
42 David Leonard/Darragh Mullen (Lancer) [20]
43 Dara Leonard/Dermot Mc Caffery (Ford Fiesta ST) [3]
44 Desi Henry/TBA (Citroen DS3 R3) []
45 Arthur Kierans/Mac Kierans (Ford Escort MK 2) [12]
46 James Cassidy/Declan Smith (Ford Escort Mk 2) [12]
47 Paddy Boyle/Marty Sherlock (Ford Escort Mk2) [13]
48 Mark Wedlock/Adam Kinkade (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
49 Niall Henry/TBA (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
50 Lloyd Hutchinson/Willie Fitzpatrick (Mini Cooper) [9]
51 Seamus Connolly/Gary Mc Crudden (Corolla Twin Cam) [12]
52 Gary Cooney/Rory Mc Bride (BMW M3) [14]
53 Michael Carbin/Evin Hughes (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4) [20]
54 Dermot Cannon/Alvin Alcorn (Corolla Twin Cam) [13]
55 Justin Smyth/Gregory Mc Quillan (Ford Escort Mk 2) [9]
56 Darren O Brien /Johnny Rooney (Honda Civic) [16]
57 Richard Moore/Sean Brunton (Honda Civic) [16]
58 Mark Ewing/John Egan (Honda Civic R) [3]
59 Darragh Kelly/Keith Gareth (Ford Fiesta) [3]
60 Damien O Reilly/Damien Mc Cabe (Ford Escort MK 2) [9]
61 Enda Mc Loughlin /Michael Reilly (Ford Escort MK 2) [11]
62 Rory Byrne/James Byrne (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [4]
63 Vincent Collins/Rory Collins (Ford Escort Mk 2) [12]
64 Joseph Smith/Justin Brady (Ford Escort Mk 2) [12]
65 Andrew Sheehan/Cian Corbett (Vauxhall Nova) [9]
66 Gerard Mc Quaid/Gary Quinlan (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
67 Alan Atcheson/TBA (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
68 Paul Mc Cann/Thomas Mc Cann (Ford Escort Cosworth) [15]
69 Gavin Gallagher/Fintan Monaghan (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8) [15]
70 John Kelly/Niall Kelly (Toyota Corolla) [10]
71 Gary Kiernan/Naill Tierney (Ford Escort Mk 2) [10]
72 Adrian Foley/William Kelly (Opel Corsa) [10]
73 Seanmus Cooke/Stephen Cooke (Ford Escort MK 2) [9]
74 Damian Campbell/Declan Mc Garrity (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
75 Steve Wood/Johnny Baird (C2 R2 Max) [6]
76 Eamon Doherty/Paddy Mc Crudden (Ford Escort Mk 2) [11R]
77 Alister Peoples/Stephen Peoples (Ford Escort Mk 2) [11R]
78 Paul Carron/Andrew Browne (Toyota Corolla) [11]
79 Paddy O Reilly /Declan Connolly (Ford Escort G5) [14]
80 Tommy Rogers/Phillip Mc Entee (Ford Escort Mk 2) [11]
81 Barry Gallagher/Jonathan Jacob (Honda Civic) [16]
82 David Symth/Mark Deery (Toyota Corolla) [11]
83 Eamon Mc Guigan/Michael Moran (Ford Escort Mk 2) [12]
84 Gene Callan/Sean Brunton (Ford Escort Mk 2) [9]
85 John Mc Cabe/Donal Crossan (Ford Escort Mk 2) [11R]
86 Connor Maguire/TBA (Ford Escort Mk 1) [11R]
87 Pauric Mc Gee/Brendan Mc Elhinney (Honda Civic) [2]
88 John Duffy/John Egan (Honda Integra) [7]
89 Packie Duffy/Colin Duffy (Honda Civic) [N3]
90 Roger Kennedy/Wendy Blackledge (Peugeot 306) [7]
91 Eamon O Connell/Mark Linehan (Honda Civic) [11F]
92 Dermot O Hagan /Pierce Doheny Jr (Vauxhall Corsa) [11F]
93 Martin Toner/Martin Swinburne (Talbot Sunbeam) [12]
94 Pauric Sheridan/TBA (Ford Escort Mk 2) [12]
95 Paul Manton/TBA (C2 R2 Max) [6]
96 Paul Rowley/Gerry Rowley (Honda Civic) [6]
97 Connor Moore/Ella Ryan (Honda Civic ) [16]
98 Kevin Eves/Edrain Reynolds (Toyota Corrolla) [16]
99 Phillip Smith/Michael Meehan (Honda Civic) [6]
100 Patrick Corey/Chris Horan (Ford Escort Mk 2) [12]
101 Ivan Hunt/David Hunt (Honda Civic) [2]
102 Johnny Wilhare/Darren Sheils (Honda Civic) [2]
103 Colm Brady/Declan Brady (Rover MG) [13]
104 Robert Duggan/Mike Galvin (Honda Civic) [16]
105 Berion Richards/Frank Curtin (Ford Escort Mk2) [18]
106 David Keller/Noel O Donnell (Honda Civic) [2]
107 Joe Brady/Finbar Smith (Subaura Impreza) [15]
108 Seamus Gallagher/Gerard Boyle (Toyota Corolla GT) [11R]
109 Mick Mc Cormack/TBA (Honda Civic) [2]
110 Andrew Slattery/Shaun Forde (Peugeot 208 R2) [6]
111 Tommy Boylan/Paul Colwell (Honda Civic) [11F]
112 Evin Henderson/TBA (Honda Civic) [11F]
113 Thomas Melia/Donal Lynch (Honda Civic) [11F]
114 Gary Mc Cabe/John Mc Cabe (Honda Civic) [11]
115 Ollie Tynan/Damien Mc Connell (Honda Civic) [11]
116 Ashley Dickson/Aaron Johnson (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
117 Paddy Quinn/Keith Mc Connon (Ford Escort Mk 1) [10]
118 Francis Rafferty/Michael Culleton (Sierra Cosworth) [14]
119 Shaun Callaghan/Patrick Mc Bride (Ford Escort Mk 2) [13]
120 David Quinn/Wesley Shaw (BMW M3) [14]
121 Barry Brady/Sean Brady (Honda Civic ) [16]
122 Stephen Faughnan/Amy Faughnan (Corolla Twin Cam) [16]
123 Gary Mc Namee/Breen Mc Namee (Honda Civic EG) [16]
124 Stephen Greaney/Keith Mc Keith (Citroen C2) [6]
125 Cormac Phelan/Gordon Duggan (Honda Civic) [16]
126 Colin Roche /Noel O Sullivan (Toyota Starlet RWD) [16]
127 Martin Ewing/James Ewing (Peugeot 205 Gti) [10]
128 Sean Brady/Barry Mc Loughlin (Peugeot 205) [10]
129 Paul Curran/Derek Chambers (Toyota Starlet) [9]
130 Adam Faulker/Killan Reilly (Honda Civic) [16]
131 Phillip Grall/Ciaran Grall (Opel Corsa) [16]
132 Declan Hall/Chris Corr (Toyota Corolla) [11R]
133 Ultan Mc Gowan/Gerry Mc Garry (Peugeot 205 Gti) [10]
134 Bernard Carolan/Sharon Massop (Vauxhall Nova) [9]
135 Paul Crosby/Paul Lennon (Ford Escort Mk 3) [16]
136 Pat Coyle/Tom Mc Cullagh (Ford Escort Mk 2) [11R]

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