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Fifteen years old Noel Murphy from Shrule Co. Mayo was recently awarded the Keegan Cup. The cup is for drivers aged between 14-16 who take part in the National Autocross Championship. He began 2009 at the wheel of a Honda Civic while his new Nissan Micra was being built. It all took off in March with the first round of the National Autocross Championship in Birr. This was a baptism of fire for the young man as he won his class by a comfortable margin. “Start as you mean to continue”, as they say, and this is what he did, winning the second round at the Cork Autocross and finishing an incredible 15th overall in his 1.4 litre Honda.
Mayo and District Motorsport Club member Aaron MacHale finished in a strong third overall on the Safety First Galway International Rally at the weekend. The Ford Focus WRC driver overcame a puncture early in the event to overhaul the Mitsubishi of Alistair Fisher for the final podium position on the last stage.
“One truly has to admire Sibley and her company of dancers for their ambition, their commitment, their creative energy and their drive in creating a successful full length evening work.”
TO CELEBRATE five very successful years and to get the next chapter in its story under way, the Róisín Dubh will host Once Upon A Time In The West, a festival of music concerts, DJ sets, and pub trails throughout the west of the city from today until Bank Holiday Monday.
Eighteen-year-old Justin Ryan from Headford, Co Galway, was recently crowned the Mayo and Districts Motorsport Club young driver champion. Ryan managed to clinch the title by one point on the final round of the four round series based in Harrington’s Quarry Swinford. The battle for the title commenced back in May, the first event of the season, loose surface autocross. During the winter layoff from competition Ryan and his father John Paul upgraded their 1.4 Honda Civic to a 1.6, this was to prove a decisive move for the pair and the championship.