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Enniskillen 100 Revival - Report

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« on: September 14, 2015, 10:02:51 am »

Following a damp start to the proceedings, the promoting club, The Cookstown &District MCC , Supported by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, ran a very successful record breaking sixteen race programme, along with Two parade lap sessions for Stars of the Past.


Ali Kirk closed the gap in  the 2015 ISB Championship, after scoring an emphatic double at the ISB Meeting at the Enniskillen 100 revival short circuit meeting on Saturday last. Second in both races on Saturday, Ryan Rainey now leads the ISB by a mere point going into next weekends Davy Wood Memorial meeting at Bishopscourt.

In the opening ISB race, it was IFS Rider, Ryan Rainey, making his debut at the circuit, who got the holeshot ahead of pole setter Ali Kirk. Rainey managed to open a small gap between himself and Kirk, but towards the end of the race, Kirk was looking hungry for the win, and he managed to nip through on the final lap to take the win. For Rainey, who went with a wet set up, which meant he couldn’t really push towards the end ,in the quick drying track.

Young Jason Lynn took victory in the opening 600 race, but it was fast finishing Christain Elkin who set the fastest lap of the race ,in what was almost a photo finish!, hot on their heels was Korie McGreevy, with local rider Aaron Armstrong putting in a sterling performance to take 4that his local circuit. In race two , it was Robert Kennedy, (who crashed out of race one when challenging for the lead),  who led from start to finish, with Elkin again making in ways on the final laps, to take second from Korie McGreevy, who maintains his record of podium finishes in all national races has has competed in here this year. In one of his best ever performances, Dean Campbell took 4th ahead of race one winner, Jason Lynn, Robert English finished a rather lowly 6th and 8th,but still leads both Irish and Ulster championships

Aaron looked set to take his first ever win in the supertwins race, when he led race one from the start, only to be overhauled by Christain Elkin on the final lap, in what was yet another photo finish!

Armstrong, was again the leader in race two, but unfortunately, slid off at half distance, leaving Elkin to inherit the lead, but it was Ross Patterson,(third in race one) who overcame a poor qualifying, that took the honours !,However, second place was good enough to give Elkin the Irish Championship. Luke Hazlett leapfrogged Mark McConville in the production stock twins classes when he scored a double, with McConville taking  a second and third.

Andy Brady scored an easy win in the opening Pre Injection race, despite being unchallenged, Brady set a new lap record for the class. Second went to Stevie McKeown with Roger Aiken in third.

Race two was stopped at half distance, due to a heavy shower of rain, and it was fast starting Brady who again took the win, this time from Steve Titterington and Stephen McKeown.

Cahal Graham won the opening 125 race from Nigel Moore and Melissa Kennedy, with Moore taking the second race win from Eugene McManus and Graham  .

Peter Fletcher won the opening 400 race from newcomer Mark Camblin and Thomas McAdoo,in race two, it was Shane Sweeney who dominated , taking an easy win from Camblin and Fletcher. McAdoo, in only his third race meeting of the year, took 4th in race 2.

Dubliner, Luke O Higgins continued to dominate the 125/300 production class, when he did the double, but he was hotly pursured by Irish champion elect, Connall Courtney in both races. Third in race two, and fourth in race one, and best of the 125 runners, 12 year old Scott Swann was robbed of having his name etched in the history books as a possible youngest ever lap record holder!, Thanks to a faulty transponder, Scotts fastest lap, ( a new lap record for the class)  doesn’t count, so the new lap record holder is Courtney..

Barry Davison won the opening classic race  from James Conroy, with Conroy reversing the positions in race two, but these results were enough to give Davison the Irish and Ulster 350 s/c classic Championships, to add to his double championship win at Killalane last week. Armagh rider,George Stinson and Mark Johnston both took3rd and 4th placings. In the 500 class,it was  Alex Conroy taking the double from Freddie Stewart.

Keith Millen scored a double in the forgotten Era classes from  Stewartstowns Gary Millar and  Stewart McNish, however, McNish is now the new Forgotten Era lap record holder. Millar incidentally, the only rider competing on saturday, that raced at ST Angelo back in the 70s!

Amongst the interested spectators were Ballinamallards British 1000 Superstock championship leader, Josh Elliot, who along with fellow Competitor in the same series, Nico Mawhinny, took time out of their busy schedule to attend the meeting and mix with the race fans.
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