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Liam Crowley of UCD Cycling Club has added another win to his tally for 2024 after he proved best in the Ballivor GP this evening (Photo: Caroline Kerley)

Liam Crowley of UCD Cycling Club has added to a successful season in 2024 with victory this evening in the Ballivor Grand Prix in Co Meath.

Crowley, who has made his debut for Ireland this year at Rás Tailteann, had already won the Bobby Power Memorial and Coombes Connor Memorial before his latest win today, while also riding strongly Dornan Rás Mumhan, to 9th in the final general classification.

This evening in Co Meath, in the Navan Road Club promotion, Crowley won a bunch sprint to claim victory from Gareth O’Neill (Athlete Nutrition Coach), with junior rider Joseph Mullen (Zappi Racing) getting up for 3rd place against the elites.

Alan Lynne (Dunboyne CC) took 4th with Stephen Hanna (Spellman Dublin Port) 5th and Christopher Marshall (Spellman Dublin Port) rounding out the top six.

Sat, July 6th: Ballivor GP

Ballivor, Co Meath 55km

Promoted by Navan Road Club

  1. Liam Crowley UCD Cycling Club
  2. Gareth O Neill Athlete Nutrition Coach
  3. Joseph Mullen Zappi Racing
  4. Alan Lynne Dunboyne CC
  5. Stephen Hanna Spellman Dublin Port
  6. Christopher Marshall Spellman Dublin Port
  7. Eugene Murtagh Lucan CRC
  8. Niall Wheelan Kilcullen
  9. Kevin Leech Drogheda Wheelers
  10. Cormac Meegan Drogheda Wheelers

Unplaced A2s

  1. Kevin Leech Drogheda Wheelers
  2. Cormac Meegan Drogheda Wheelers
  3. Peter Swinand And Morrisey

Unplaced A3s

  1. Dave Reilly Emyvale CC
  2. Mark McGrady Crossgar CC
  3. Kevin Derrig Lucan CRC

Unplaced A4s

  1. Ronan Griffin UCD Cycling Club
  2. Simon Jackson Clane Wheelers

Unplaced Junior

  1. Callum McCaffrey Saxun Extrusax Primoti

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