Dunloy Club have quiet weekend but still lots of successes to shout about!

Crit youth riders. inbm25-16s
Crit youth riders. inbm25-16s

Racing for Dunloy Cycling Club was quiet this weekend with only one event on Saturday with Jonathan Dooey finishing seventh in the Bobby Crilly classic where the riders finished with a climb up Divis Mountain.

Well done Jonathan after your spill in Donegal last week, it’s nice to see you back so soon in the saddle.

Jason mc Gregor, Terence Mc Gregor and Odhran Dillon. inbm25-16s

Jason mc Gregor, Terence Mc Gregor and Odhran Dillon. inbm25-16s

The only other racing was on Thursday night where Ballymoney Cycling Club had a very well organised Crit race through Ballymoney.

It was flat to the mat from the word go with a good group representing Dunloy Cycling Club.

Finbarr Dooey impressed as ever managing fifth place in his first ever event of this kind.

Conor Bradley, Neil Higgins, Paul Dillon and Adrian McGregor lined up for the start too where unfortunately for Adrian a puncture ruined his night.

The Dunloy youth had their chance too with a junior event for them.

Odhran Dillon, Terry and Jason McGregor pulled on the club vest and all managed a top ten finish.

Fantastic riding boys, well done to you all.

The annual FROG took place on Saturday too and I’m sure the group who took part would agree that it was no fun run.

Good to see so many of the club supporting the charity event.

Finally the Wicklow 200 was on Sunday where Vincent, Mel and Adrian made the journey to enjoy those Wicklow hills.

Another busy week lads, well done to all.

This Thursday sees the Anticur Road Race in the Village.

Everyone welcome for a 7.30pm start, sign on from 7pm.

Hopefully see a few familiar faces where a good race is always guaranteed.

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