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Noel Taggart Memorial

June 9, 2002

Evans Takes Noel Taggart Memorial

By Shane Stokes

VC La Pomme rider Tommy Evans today took the fifth round of the national Classic League, dominating the Noel Taggart Memorial to win by almost three minutes ahead of the next rider. Evans, who was named to the Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games squad last week, went clear with six other riders on the fourth of seven laps of a tough twelve-mile circuit and built on his lead all the way to the finish.

Next home was FBD Milk Rás stage winner Phil Cassidy, who out-sprinted fellow breakaway partners Denis Easton and Jonathan Dempsey to take second, while Conor Murphy left the chasing group and overhauled crash victim Andrew Donnellon (Dublin Wheelers) before the finish to take fifth.


1  Tommy Evans (VC La Pomme)      80 miles in 3.12.09
2  P. Cassidy (Cycleways Lee Strand)             2.47 
3  D. Easton (Total  
4  J. Dempsey (Classic Walls)                    2.52 
5  C. Murphy (McQuaid Tyres Emyvale)             2.54 
6  A. Donnellon (Dublin Wheelers)                3.03 
7  P. Kane (Northern Dave Kane Cycles            3.18 
8  P. Duignan (
9  D. Gardiner (Apollo CRT)
10 K. Sloan (Ards CC)
Senior 2:  
1  Jim McConnell (Kings Moss)     57 miles in 2.27.49 
2  E. Crory (Newry Haldane Fisher)               4.46 
3  J. Bell (Classic Walls)
4  S. Gray (Harps CC)
5  P. Brady (McQuaid Firepla
B Race  56.5 miles. 
1  Jim McConnell (Kings Moss)                 2.27.49
2  E. Crory (Newry Haldane Fisher)               4.46
3  J. Bell (Classic Walls)
4  S. Gray (Harps CC)
5  P. Brady (McQuaid Tyres Emyvale)
6  M. McCann (Team Madigan)
1  David Watson (Northern Dave Kane Cycles)
2  D. Dunlop (Lakeland CC)
3  A. Petrie-Armstrong (Northern Dave Kane).
1  Isaac Speers (Navan Avonmore RC)
2  T. Martin (Clann Eireann)
3  G. McAdam (McQuaid Tyres Emyvale).
1  Peter Williams (Orchard Whs.)
2  C. Brown (XMTB)
3  N. McGimpsey (XMTB).

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