Impressive teams send to England to represent our federation…we wish them a safe and successful weekend.

The women’s team is a Ballymena affair this time, due to top performances in the National Women’s Series they couldn’t be overlooked!!

The 2018 winners of the team prize in the Nationals in Sligo are continuing their form in 2019…All high up in the national series rankings. Being good friends and teammates all year around will certainly bring the best of these girls in England.
(Left Katharine Smyth, middle Eileen Burns,right Laura Blair)
A very strong line up for the men’s team who have the ability to do very well after brilliant performances in the Victus TOU last weekend of them all…Let’s introduce the lads
Lindsay Watson (Powerhouse Sport) the perfect man to lead the younger lads with his expertise and race reading…his results in the last few months are just awesome and deserves this call up fully
The Newry Wheelers Warrior Gareth O’ Neill …he can excel in hard races as he has been proven all season so far!
Donal Shearer from Phoenix CC has been prominent since the start of the season and could be very valuable in the team, as a Belgian Project possible selection candidate he ticks another box with his selection for CU!

Darnell Moore (Caldwell Cycles) can produce strong performances in high-level races, Darnell has been proven that in the last few years each time… The runner up in the Nationals 2018 behind Conor Dunn and Wallace Caldwell winner 2019 is in fine form lately and his selection a no brainer.
Last but not least James Curry ( who has been a big part to the success of his team this year…after racing in France the last 2 years now back on the local scene…James entered the selection pool of the project this year and after his top performance in the TOU last week he moves a few steps of the ladder to be considered in my selection in June.
This report sponsored by the project’s main bursary sponsor Bioracer-Onimpex GB