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20km Time Trial 31st May

A strong performance from new club man, Gareth Gallagher, meant Gabriel Timoney had to again settle for second place in this evenings 20 Km TT, while Martin O'Halloran had a super Cycle to take third place.  In the ladies race, Regina Magee, showed no signs of fatigue from her weekend adventures to take top spot for the ladies with more strong cycling from Maura McGauran and Eileen Ward in second and third. Well done to all who raced and thanks to all our marshals and time keepers this evening.

16km Time Trial

Good conditions this evening with light winds meant times were mostly faster for the second time trial of our Summer TT Series. Eleanor Rooney was still unbeatable in the ladies race despite a half marathon and 70km bike session on Sunday. After losing out by 12 seconds last week to Sarah O'Malley Daly, Regina Magee put in a great effort to pull ahead taking second place from Sarah in third by 14 seconds. Both Ann Morrow and Martina Coughlin made great improvements taking almost 1 minute 30 off last week's times while Mary Hoey with a new tyre (thanks to Tony and Gerry), took over two minutes off last weeks time. Maura McGauran had a great cycle for her first time trial finishing with an

16KM TIME TRIAL

The first race of MSC Tri Club Summer Time Trial Series saw 22 riders compete in excellent conditions with the assistance of a westerly breeze to the finish line. In top spot, Karol McNern held of a strong challenge from Gabriel Timoney who took second ahead of Canice Nicholas in third position. In the ladies race no one could get close to Eleanor Rooney in first place. Sarah O'Malley-Daly had a super ride to take second place, and just held off Regina McGee 10 seconds back in third position. Well done to everybody who competed this evening. We were delighted to see both new members competing in their first time trial and older members making a comeback. Next TT is next Wednesday, 17th

Mullaghmore Tri Update

We are super excited to bring you a fantastic line up of great value at Mullaghmore Tri in 2017. The entry fee again remains unchanged at €50 for an individual and €90 for a relay team entry. Each race entrant and marshal will received a voucher for a delicious hot lunch at the Pier Head Hotel. We've again gone with two super tech tees for marshals and competitors. Our excellent quality silicone swimming hats are sponsored by Jayne Orr Foot Clinic while Cara Pharmacy will be popping a little something into our competitor goody bags. After nominating our race as No. 2 in the Best Triathlons in Ireland, Red Bull are generously supplying product for all racing. PRIZES The overall winners a

Safeguarding 1

MSC Tri Club will be running Safeguarding 1 course on Thursday, 18th May at the Lakeside Centre, Ballyshannon. This three hour course (7pm to 10pm) will be of interest to all adults involved in the organisation of sport for young people. It is a necessary course for all coaches, organisers and helper involved in MSC Tri Junior Club however the course is open to all and costs €15 per person. Full details of the course can be reached by clicking on the Good Practice logo above. To book your place, please email msctrijuniors@gmail.com.

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