Currow Leisure Tour

Sunday 15th June will see the annual Currow Leisure tour which is ideal preparation for those planning to do the Ring of Kerry. 2 routes of 100k and 60k starting form Currow hall at 10am. Sign on will be from 9am and the route will go from Currow, Castleisland (Bypass), Tralee (Bypass) Castlemaine (Shorter route turn left for Firies and Farranfore), Milltown, Killorglin, Killarney, left for Aghadoe onto Listry and Firies and Farranfore.

Entry is 15 euro for those in posession of a 2014 Cycling Ireland Licence and 20 euro to include a one day licence if neccessary.

The refreshments stop will be in Castlemaine and there will be further refreshments provided in the hall after the event as usual in this very popular, enjoyable and social event

Further details can be had by calling 087 9201961

So we look forward to seeing you all at the Currow hall for registration and the best of luck to all taking part Sunday

Sliabh Luachra TT Results

Position  Time         Name                              Category
1           28.13   Cathal Moynihan                       A1
2           29.32   Tom   Barrett                            O50
3           30.34   Dan  O’Brien                            A4
4           30.49  Jonathan Finn                            A4
5           31.31 Stephen McCarthy                      A4
6           31.57 John-­‐James Griffin                     A4
7           32.42  Peter Magennis                          A4
8           35.50 Suzanne O’Sullivan                     W
9           37.24 Helen Barrett                               W

Bad weather conditions meant there was a small turnout for the 2014 Sliabh Luachra TT. In the men’s category, Tralee BC rider Cathal Moynihan had a convincing victory, followed by TomBarrett and DanO’Brien in 2nd and 3rd place respectively. The men’s category may have had a different appearance had Jerry McCarthy not had an unfortunate accident and we wish him a speedy

Suzanne O’Sullivan of Currow CC picked up the women’s prize for the host club from Helen Barrett of iBike..