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You Can't Keep a Talented Man Down !!!

So if you have n't done as much miles as you could in the winter, and did n' t get to all the early season races to get your speed, and your new kid is keeping you awake all night ! So how can you win a race ? Talent that's how !

Simon Whelan Gallops home to take DWCC's 1st Senior Victory of the Season.

Dundalk Traders Cup

1st Simon Whelan (Dublin Wheelers)
2nd Eddie Lynch (Orwell Dundrum)
3rd Philip Lavery (Usher RC)
4th Stephen Farr (Team Madigan)
5th Darren Hackett (Ravens CC)
6th Matthew Caddow (Orwell Dundrum)

Unplaced B - Michael Redden (Galway Bay)
Unplaced C - Richie Dunne (Usher RC)
Unplaced V - Brian Reynolds (Lucan)
Unplaced J - Alistair Fiddel (Orchard Wheelers)
Unplaced W - Roisin Kennedy (Lucan)

Frank O’Rourke Memorial Race, Wexford

1st Danny Carroll Clonmel C.C.
2nd Martin Gill Wexford Wheelers.
3rd Denis McCarthy Murphy & Gunn
4th Martin Mizgayski Barrow Wheelers
5th Conor Crowley Wexford Wheelers
6th Paul Flaherty Dublin Wheelers

First Un Placed Vet: John Maher C.W.R.C.
First Un Placed Junior: Gary O’Flaherty Wexford Wheelers

Shay Elliott Trophy sponsored by Murphy & Gunn - Bray - 161 kilometres

1 Malcolm Elliott (Pinarello), 3hrs.57mins.50secs:
2 P. Griffin (Giant Asia), @3secs;
3 A. Roche (Pinarello), @13;
4 R. Connor (Ulster), @1.46;
5 S. McDonald (MyHome.ie/BCDB), same time;
6 N. Delahaye (Usher IRC), @1.57;
7 M. Concannon )Killorglin Credit Union CC), @4.50;
8 N. Jones (Orchard Wheelers CC), same time.
9 S. Lacey (Murphy & Gunn/Newlyn Group), st;
10 R. Wyley (Dan Morrissey (Dan Morrissey/Carrick Wheelers RC), st.

IVCA Sunday League Sunday April 22nd - CP Kentstown

1st. G. Burke Dublin Wheelers
2nd. M. Kinsella
3rd. L. Carrigan Dublin Wheelers

DWCC Social Night

DWCC Social Night
Friday April 20th from 8pm
Halfway House - Navan Road, D7

This is an informal get together, let the hair down and have a few pints.
All are welcome, friends and family of the Wheelers, please invite any
past/present members/friends who may have slipped off the radar of late.

We'll be using the occasion to hand out the membership packs to those
who've paid up their DWCC subs. This should have a book, hat, bottles
and few more things. This will be your only occasion to pick it up.

Hope to see you all there !!!

Easter Weekend Results

Gorey 3-Day
Final Overall

1 D. Dunworth (Killorglin CUCC) 7.38.58;
2 L. Murphy (Norway), @8 secs;
3 C. Cassidy (McNally Joinery/Swords CC), @20;
4 S. Baker (Usher IRC), @24;
5 N. Martin (CC Giro), @37;
6 P.Lavery (Usher IRC), @46.

Team: Norway.
Mountains: B. Bisgard (Norway)
Points: L. Murphy (Norway)
Womens: L. Moriarty (UCD)
Junior: D. Dunworth (Killorglin CUCC)

Final overall after four stages

1 B. Kenneally (My.Home.ie/BDCB), 8.36.36;
2 P. Griffin (Giant Asia), @6 secs;
3 I. Speirs (Murphy & Gunn/Newlyn Group), @12;
4 P. Moriarty (Diamond T), @13;
5 G. Dodd (Surrey League), @1.56;
6 M. Fox (Sean Kelly/Murphy & Gunn), @2.02;
7 P. Healion (Sean Kelly/Murphy & Gunn), @2.14;
8 J. O’Brien (Dan Morrissey/Carrick Wheelers RC), @2.35.

P&O Tour of The North 2007 Final Overall

1 Tom Murray Team Kinesis UK U23 7:31:53
2 Ryan Connor Ballymena RC - Scott Rooftiles 7:32:56 0:01:03
3 Neil Delahaye Usher - IRC "A" 7:33:36 0:01:43
4 Daniel Shand West Pennine RC U23 7:34:03 0:02:10
5 Martyn Irvine Ards CC U23 7:34:11 0:02:18
6 Gordon Murdoch East Kilbride RC 7:35:00 0:03:07
7 James Sampson Team Kinesis UK U23 7:35:43 0:03:50
8 Neil Swithenbank West Pennine RC 7:36:34 0:04:41
9 Craig Sweetman Stamullen RC - M Donnelly 7:37:10 0:05:17
10 Peter Hey West Pennine RC 7:37:38 0:05:45

Mick Lally Race Results

Saturday March 10th
Mick Lally Memorial
Batterstown, Co. Meath
Dublin Wheelers Cycling Club

Mick Lally Memorial - S1/S2 71km
1 Scott McDonald (MyHome.ie/Dunboyne)
2 Sean Lacey (TM&G/Newlyn)
3 Derek Burke (TM&G/Newlyn)
4 Simon Coughlan (Donamon Dynamos)
5 Craig Sweetman (Stamullen)
6 Sean Rock (McNally Swords)
7 Linus Murphy (Pulsar)
8 Brian Taaffe (Dublin Wheelers)
9 Sven Lorenzen (unknown)
10 Stephen Halpin (McNally Swords)

Dublin Wheelers Grand Prix - S3/V/J/W 54km
1 Anto Moran (Ravens)
2 Daniel Kirwin (Stagg Lucan)
3 Bernie McCormack (Ravens)
4 Eddie Lynch (Orwell)
5 Brian Geary (Dublin Wheelers)
6 Brian Cunningham (Stagg Lucan)
7 Cathal Millar (TM&G/Newlyn)
8 Greg Burke (Dublin Wheelers)
9 Brian Hammond (Usher)
10 Derrick Evans (South East)
Junior Mark Heneghan

Mick Lally Race Report

There was a good turnout at Batterstown on Saturday for the Mick Lally Memorial road race. 160 cyclists from Junior to Vet took to the roads on a sunny but breezy morning. The race is held as a memorial to Mick Lally, the head of the popular Lally cycling dynasty. His sons Tony, Jimmy and Sean and grandson Connor all raced at the highest level in and for the country (Tony having raced at the Moscow Olympics). Jimmy was there today racing in the Vets but showing the C's and juniors how to do it.

Due to popularity and increased demand for the S3 and Vet categories it a second separate race was held on the same course. The Dublin Wheelers Grand Prix attracted 100 riders. With a group this big and on a windy day it was hard for any break to stay away too long but last years winner of the Mick Lally, Anto Moran was here to defend his title and take home a trophy. He broke with Kirwan of Lucan on the 2nd of 3 laps and managed to stay away until the finish. His team-mate Bernie followed home in 3rd with yet another Vet Eddie Lynch taking 4th spot.

The Mick Lallly Memorial itself was made up of S1 and S2 riders. Due to the wind on the day it was decided to make this a 4 lap 71km race with the 60 S1/S2's going off together. The pace was fast from the gun, 12 riders attacked early on and managed to get a small gap on the bunch by the middle of lap 1. They worked hard and increased their gap to a couple of minutes, losing 4 riders along the way. The 8 riders stayed away to the finish with Scott McDonald and Sean Lacey sprinting away from the break in the run up to the line. Scott outsprinted Sean whose team mate Derek Burke followed in for 3rd spot.
On presentation of the trophy by Jimmy Lally, Scott was quick to point out that his name was already on the perpetual trophy as race winner back in 1992. 15 years on but still just as fast.

The 2 races were a great success. With so many turning up on a Saturday morning at the start of the race season, the club were able to give out 20 prizes in all which is good considering the race is as of yet unsponsored. The race is usually held in the Phoenix Park but due to the planned road layout changes it was decided to change the venue this year. The organisers are already looking forward to 2008 when they hope to make it a bigger and better event.

Yours in Sport,

Wes Murphy

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