Jimmy Boland wins Morrison BMW Cahir 6K

The Morrison BMW 6k road race took place in ideal conditions last night. It was the 3rd race of the series and once again attracted a very good entry as precious points were down for winning on the final night of the 3-race league as there was plenty to run for in all four Divisions. There were 46 teams entered and except for one team all the other teams were in with a chance of success, brilliant competition. The Club would again like to thank Gary Morrison and Morrison BMW Cahir for sponsoring this year’s series.  Last night’s race was won by Jimmy Boland in 19 mins 44 secs, 2nd Colm McCarthy (The Regular Blues) in 22 mins 38 secs and 3rd man was Ian Purcell (IP Physical Therapy Team E) in 23 mins 1 sec. The top three women were Dympna Ryan (Where is the Finish) in 22 mins 49 secs, 2nd was Kealey Tideswell (STGH 2) in 23 mins 51 secs and 3rd was Suzanne Shine (In it to Win It) in 25 mins 6 secs. The Club would like to thank all the team Captains for all their help in making this series of race a brilliant success. The Club would also like to thank Tipperary ETB for the use of Colaiste Cheitinn as race Headquarters and to Tess Kiely for all her help, the Loreto Convent for the use of their facilities as the finish, the Gardai and the Civil Defence.  We would also like to acknowledge the help of all our stewards and officials throughout the series, very much appreciated.

In the team competition here are the winners:

The Division One Champions were The Regular Blues team on 97 points with the Outciders 2nd on 114 points, the Lucky Dip team were 3rd on 119 points with Where is the Finish 4th on 121 points.

The Division Two Champions were the Under Train and Over Confident on 109 points, 2nd were IP Physical Therapy Team D on 133 points and 3rd was the Medite team on 197 points.

The Division Three Champions were Mulcahy’s on 175 points, 2nd was JASAT on 185 points and 3rd was IP Physical Therapy Team B on 190 points.

The Division Four Champions were the James Sullivan Physio team on 318 points, 2nd was the Are We There Yet team on 342 points and 3rd was the Niamh’s team on 438 points.

We are also awarding the team in each Division that scored the lowest points in last night’s race and finished outside the above list of awards and here the winners were:

Division One – In it to Win it with 25 points

Division Two – IP Physical Therapy Team A with 44 points

Division Three – The Wednesday Blues with 11 points

Division Four – Kenneth Hennessy Architects on 91 points

The Presentation of Prizes will take place in Mulcahy’s next Wednesday night at 9 pm

Also, next Wednesday night’s race will be an open race and Prizes will be based on a Lucky Dip format. Athletes can wear their watches for this event. Here we will have pre-selected finishing positions and whoever finishes in these positions will win a prize, these prizes will also be presented at the Presentation of Prizes later that night in Mulcahy’s.