Kilmallock Sept 7

KILMALLOCK CYCLING CLUB: RÁS Cill Mocheallog brought cycling fever to a new level in the town of Kilmallock on Sunday last, September 1. 170 cyclists registered for the races which included U12, U14, U16, Ladies, Vets, A4, A3, A2, A1 and A+.

KILMALLOCK CYCLING CLUB: RÁS Cill Mocheallog brought cycling fever to a new level in the town of Kilmallock on Sunday last, September 1. 170 cyclists registered for the races which included U12, U14, U16, Ladies, Vets, A4, A3, A2, A1 and A+.


1st – Mark Dowling Polygon Sweetnice

2nd – Eoin Morton U. C.D

3rd – Danny Bruton N.R.P.T

4th – Sean Lacey Aqua Blue

5th – Mike Storan Planet Tri

6th – Denis Lynch Sliabh Luachra

7th – Dermot Radford North Tipperary Wheelers

8th – Eddie Barry Planet Tri

9th – Mike Hennessy Fermoy CC

10th – Robin Kelly Aqua Blue

K.O.H - Eoin Morton U.C.D


1st – Dylan O’ Brien O Leary Stone Kanturk

2nd – Stephen Shanahan Limerick CC

3rd – Colm Sheehan Blarney CC

4th – Pierre Delester Waterford RC

5th – Kieran Crean Blarney CC

6th – Will Whelan Kimallock CC

7th – Mark O’ Callaghan Limerick CC

8th – Anthony Harper Wexford Wheelers

9th – Shane O’ Neill Aqua Blue

10th – Liam O’ Callaghan North Tipperary Wheelers

K.O.H - Dylan O’ Brien O Leary Stone Kanturk


1st – Mark Houlihan Chain Gang CC

2nd – Joe Noonan Clare Crusaders

3rd – Dean Cunningham De Ronde Van Cork

4th – Michael Corkery De Ronde Van Cork#

5th – Anthony Gahan Limerick CC

6th – Brian Quigley Kilmallock CC

7th – Denis Dempsey O Leary Stone Kanturk

8th – Eoin O Connell Blarney CC

1st Lady - Julie White – North Tipperary Wheelers

K.O.H - Bobby Coleman – Limerick CC

Underage Results for RAS Cill Mocheallog 2013


1st – Eoin Birchall Revolution CC

2nd – Denis Murphy O’ Leary Stone Kanturk

3rd – Fionn Desmond Galtee Wheelers

4th – Cormac O’ Brien O’ Leary Stone Kanturk

5th – Laura Birchall Revolution CC

6th – Orla Desmond Galtee Wheelers

First Unplaced U11

Arnaud Dumoulin O’ Leary Stone Kanturk


1st – Tom Knight O’ Leary Stone Kanturk

2nd – Adrian Keohane Fermoy CC

3rd – Conrad Grugleyiicz O’ Leary Stone Kanturk

4th – Thomas Dore O’ Leary Stone Kanturk

5th – Ronan Twomey Cork County CC

6th – Josie Knight O’ Leary Stone Kanturk

First Unplaced U13

Evan O’ Donnell Limerick CC


1st – Dean Bradley Young O’ Leary Stone Kanturk

2nd – Dion Mc Carthy O’ Leary Stone Kanturk

3rd – Kyle Crotty Iverk Produce Carrick

4th – Jack Delaney Ballymore CC

5th – Conor Murphy O’ Leary Stone Kanturk

6th – Cathal Purcell Iverk Produce Carrick

7th – Barra Harrison Cork County CC

Congratulations to Paul O’Connell, Will Whelan, Joe Costelloe and Brian Quigley who all put in huge efforts in their home race in Kilmallock, the club are extremely proud of all four members. Will was placed an excellent 6th in the A3 with Paul coming in just behind him in the main bunch sprint, both lads put in big turns on the front yesterday. Brian was a brilliant 5th in the A4 race with Joe coming in with the second bunch in the A4 race also. The form is looking good for Charleville next weekend.

We would like to thank Colaiste Iosaef Secondary School which was the headquarters for the day and with the fantastic help of Dermot Doona, who was on hand on Saturday evening and all day Sunday to help us out, the Headquarters ran to perfection so thank you Dermot. Early on Sunday morning we once again saw the ladies who without them we would all starve and dehydrate on the day. The ladies are exceptional with their expertise on how to organise, prepare and serve all the refreshments on a day which surely saw 400 people converge on them but once again they done us proud, thank you so much. To our club members who lined up in force for the duties of registration, marshalling, etc, everyone of you cannot be thanked enough and the enthusiasm you showed on the day was exceptional and well commented on, all good comments I hasten to add!

We would also like to thank Brian Jordan, Chief Commissaire and our two other Commissaire, Dan Curtin and Mick Twomey for an excellent job done.

SUPPORTING LOCAL CHARITIES: And with all of this going on our members were able to find time to support the Cliona Ring Foudation Cycle on Saturday and also the St. Josephs Cycle on Sunday so a massive well done to all who took part in those two events. TRAINING: Our Sunday morning spins continue to leave the old Neodata carpark at the top of the town at 9am on Sunday mornings with our Wednesday evening spin leaving the same spot at 7pm. As the nights draw in please make sure to have hi-viz jacket with you and your lights on the bike as a bad evening can turn dark very quickly at this time of the year.

The club extends its very best wishes to all our members who will take part in the Charleville 2 Day Road Race next weekend, keep her lit lads and the very best of luck. Check out our website at or find us on Facebook for more information.

FRIAR’S GATE THEATRE: Intriguing Entertainment with The Gallant John Joe. On Friday September 6, Friars’ Gate host Tom McIntyre’s The Gallant John Joe starring Sean Ahern and directed by Liam Howard. John-Joe Concannon’s soliloquy on his tattered existence, a tour-de-force of story-telling, swinging from the tragic to the richly comic. With the relish of the afflicted he brings them before us, beguiles them - and us, by sheer word-magic. By gesture. By silences that seethe. His melodic ramblings are both instantly recognisable and marvellously strange.

Film screenings - On Wednesday September 11, Friars’ Gate will screen the gloriously enjoyable film Love is all You Need (15A). Pierce Brosnan plays Philip, a widower who is hosting his son’s wedding in Sorrento. Also in attendance is the mother of the bride, Ida. Her husband has left her so she, like Philip, is without a date. As they make the final preparations for their offspring’s nuptials, the flames of love start to catch. The evening will also feature a screening of Vaneer a short film written by Maeve McGrath and starring Aidan Crowe, Emma O’Grady and Margie Nagle. The film which was filled locally tells the story of the return of Francie Vaughan to his halting site in Limerick after a tragic event at a fair. This is the story of the fallout from an unexpected start to married life. Contact Friars’ Gate for details –063-98727.

Art Classes will resume at Friars Gate for beginners and advanced on Tuesday morning and evening for ten weeks. Start date is Tuesday September 24.

Contact Friars’ Gate for details –063-98727.

SOUTHSIDE WHEELY WHEELERS: Busy weekend with two very worthy charity cycles. Saturday saw the 90Km Cliona Ring cycle from the HoneyFitz in Lough Gur to Morrisons Pub via Bruff, Hospital & Caherconlish, then onto Ballyneety and Holy Cross before back home for well deserved refreshments. Among the large attendance were Ger Finn & Stephen Hehir from SWW. Sunday was the turn of St.Josephs Foundation Cycle /walk &run event. Well done to Joe Carroll, Jerry Reidy, Mike O’Conor, Declan McCarthy, Dave Crotty, Ber Gammell, John Gammell, Jerry Herbert, Mark O’Shea, Mike Sexton, Paul Gammell ,Eugene Manton, John Carey, Dave Walsh, Sean Burchill, Jerry Ryan, Ed O’ Reilly, Martin Lake, John Crowley who completed the 90Km round trip to Tipperary.

Racing: Ras Cill Mocheallog was held on Sunday with three of our club members flying the SWW colours in the A4 event. Well done to Stephen Finn, William McCarthy and Brendan Houlihan who was in the sprint for the line at the end.

Club Time trial: Tuesday September 10 Time trial will be the Glenannar climb. Time and meeting point will be confirmed through club text prior to the event.

Training: Wednesday Cycle - Mary McCarthy, Brendan Houlihan, Declan McCarthy, John Fitzgerald, Dave Walsh, Jerry Riedy, Mathew Gammell, Ger Finn, Paul Gammell, Donal Kelly. Nice flat route which went to Knocklong, Hospital, Herbertstown, Holy Cross, Bruff and home. Training club cycles continue on Wednesday at 6.30, Saturday morning at 9.30 and Sunday at 8.30 all starting in Car Park next to Kilmallock Cycles.

New members are welcome and can join the club on Saturday mornings at beginner / new members cycle at 9.30am at the car park next to Kilmallock Cycles.

Club Gear: Final Chance: Order of club Hoodies, T-Shirts or Polo Shirts. Contact Jonathan Moloney on 086-1080987.

KILMALLOCK JUVENILE GAA: U-14 Hurling - Kilmallock v Mungret. We played our final round robin game in the championship on Sunday August 25 at home to Mungret. If we won this match, it would mean that we topped the group.

We played with the wind in the first half and settled very well. We had placed our danger man David Woulfe at the edge of the square, where he tormented the Mungret defence, scoring a couple of cracking goals along with some well taken points. Mungret, as expected came back at us and by half time were only a couple of points down.

We came under a little pressure in the second half but some stern defending, in particular from Andrew Finn and Aidan Enright saw us keep Mungret at bay.

At the other end of the field, Gearóid Barry, who had by now moved to full forward, showed some great skill and tactical nous by adding a cracking goal to our tally. By this stage Mikey Donegan and Liam English had started to dominate at centre field. David Carroll used his pace to counteract any Mungret attacks that came his way. He was ably assisted by Dylan O’ Brien. Some of our players have shown great improvement over the course of this championship. One such player is Joseph O’Donnell. His courage and strength are a great addition to our panel of players. Hopefully some of the rest of our players will step up another 10% for our upcoming semi-final against Patrickswell, where we will all need to be at our best. Dates and times for this game are to follow.

U-16s - The 16s have completed their round of games and have qualified for the shield semi finals in both hurling and football. They are away to Deel Rangers on Wednesday September 11 at 6.45pm.

CLIONA’S FOUNDATIONS TO BE SUPPORTED BY ADARE TO SURVIVE: Adare to Survive is a 7.5km military style obstacle course taking place in Clonshire Equestrian Centre, Adare, Co Limerick on Sunday September 29. Cliona’s Foundation which provides financial assistance to the families of critically ill children is the charity partner and participants are invited to Endeavour | Endure | Enjoy a unique physical and mental challenge, individually or part of a 4 person team, to raise funds for a charity or club of their choice. Full details, including registration is on the event website

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