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Cody Nally clinches Irish title at St Angelo

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« on: September 16, 2014, 10:34:09 am »

Belfast Newsletter

Cody Nally cemented the Irish Superbike title with a dominant double at St Angelo during the Enniskillen Revival event at the weekend.

Racing was held at the 1.2-mile airfield circuit for the first time since 2005 and the meeting drew a large crowd on a day blessed with glorious sunshine.

Organised jointly by Cookstown & District Motorcycle Club and Fermanagh District Council, the event was an emphatic success, combining short circuit racing with displays of classic racing motorcycles and historic cars plus a family zone for parents and children.

Athlone man Nally stole the show on his Kawasaki, taking victory in race one by 12.6 seconds from Alistair Kirk, with Phillip McNally coming home in third ahead of Jamie Patterson.

It was the same story in race two, with Nally head and shoulders above the rest as the Irish rider won by 9.6 seconds from Patterson, who narrowly held off Kirk for third. Nally also established a new lap record 74.191mph.

In the Supersport class, Jason Lynn moved to the top of the championship standings with a victory and runner-up finish.

Christian Elkin came out on top in a thrilling race one by an incredible 0.001 seconds from Lynn, with Carl Phillips third.

Lynn turned the tables in race two, beating Robert Kennedy by half a second with Elkin third on this occasion.

Elkin was a double winner in the Moto3 (125GP) class with Korie McGreevy and Michal Dokoupil taking a win apiece in the Supertwin races.

McGreevy also bagged a double in the Supersport 600 Cup class with Richard Kerr winning both 125cc Newcomers events.

The short circuit action resumes this weekend with the David Wood Memorial Trophy races at Bishopscourt in Co. Down.
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