ATTACK, attack, attack, was the policy for St. Tiernan's seven-strong A3 National Championships team in Mayo on Sunday - and it nearly paid off.
Last year's team secured the team championship prize, Martin Vereker finishing fourth, John McGettigan
ninth and Richie Gallagher 25th. McGettigan and Gallagher lined up once ...
A CRASH in the final 3km of Irish Road Club's Gorey Three Day ruined Club Champ John McGettigan
's hopes of a high GC placing.
McGettigan had stormed up to within the top 25 after finishing in the bunch on Saturday's run to Craanford and knocking out an 8'19" time-trial on Sunday morning.
Holding strong in the bunch ...
HE just keeps getting better! After a storming TT Fergal May took fourth in the 2015 Rás Maigh Eó, just edged off the podium by Dick O'Brien from Orwell Wheeler.
He is now one point shy of A2 and claims he was not 100 per cent all weekend, as he continues to gear up for Irish Road Club's Gorey 3 Day on the Easter ...
CLUB CHAMPION John McGettigan
lived up to his title in Loughrea on Sunday when holding on for 10th in the West Coast Wheelers Open Race.
In wind and rain, McGettigan, who suffered a mechanical in Saturday's Travers Engineering Annaclone GP, ignited a break 12km from the start and took team-mate John Malone with him. The ...
August 25, 2014 - Top time-triallist Fergal May surpassed all expectations last weekend when taking 12 points from the Stafford Wholesale Wexford Two Day in Camaross.
On a hilly, warm stage one, which took many by surprise, May worked hard in the A3 race to land seventh behind Dublin University's Brendan Murphy, ...
August 17, 2014 - In-form Martin Vereker led St. Tiernan's to a brilliant A3 National Championships Team win in Blarney today, despite two crashes on a course described only using expletives
Supported by Dermot Doherty and his son William, Vereker was joined by a formidable squad for the maillot violet in Richie ...
July 28, 2014 - Fergal May's emergence as Leinster's leading A3 time-triallist has put him on course for St. Tiernan's Racer of the Year title.
An untimely puncture on stage one of Kanturk in May caused the 7ft 3ins rider to put in an effort he felt finished his TT hopes for the following day. However, he blitzed the ...
. . .Club Champion John McGettigan
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