Saturday 15th June: The Tommy Givan Memorial Races in Hillsborough Co-Down (A+, A1, A2, A3, A4, JR, U16, Women) 10.30 am
The Tommy Givan Trophy and £125 set aside for the winner, cash prizes top 6 plus unplaced A2,3 and junior.
The A4 race is half full (the positive outlook) with 30 entries, £285 to be shared amongst the top 6 and points for the top 8. 5 times up the drag, it shouldn’t be a bunch sprint but that’s up to you! 🚴💪
Entry closes tomorrow evening! (Wednesday 12th June)
£20 on the day if places remain.
The event Headquarters are in the Church Halls at Legacurry Presbyterian Church, Legacurry with changing facilities, and car-parking. Note there are no showering facilities.
Sign-on opens at 9.00am and closes at 10.00 am with the A* – A3 race starting at 10.30 am sharp. The A4 race will start at 10.40 am
Refreshments will be provided after the event in the Church Hall.
Saturday 15th June: Highfield Criterium Galway (Munster) 6 pm. Includes Youth races
Highfield Park, Highfield Park, Galway, Galway, H91 XTY8
Contact: Mick Ruane, Galway Bay CC
Saturday 15th June: TT Naas Co-Kildare (10 am)
Naas Cycling Club invites you to their annual 38.3km individual time trial. 
This year, the winners of the elite men’s and women’s races will be awarded the inaugural Alo Donegan and Tom Keenan perpetual cups.
The route holds its traditional place in the racing calendar, perfectly timed ahead of the National Time Trial at the end of June.
While the race is open to all women who hold a CI licence it also acts as the next round of the Intermediate Women’s League, a real test of the riders’ abilities. 
Sunday 16th June: Noel Teggart Memorial RR Banbridge Co-Down 12am
Noel Teggart Memorial Road Races: Event Details & Pre-Entry
June 07, 2019
Banbridge CC once again host the Noel Teggart Memorial road races for 2019, taking place on Sunday 16th June. Always a busy day for the promoting club, there will be a total of 6 races promoted including 3 races for the youth cats and 3 senior races. Racing will take place on the traditional circuit, starting in Banbridge and making its way out to the village of Gilford and through Scarva before the long drag back to Banbridge for a finish on the Scarva Rd.
With a reputation in recent years as one of the highest paying events in the country, this trend is set to continue with the promoters setting aside a generous prize pot of £1,800, which includes a winner’s cash prize of £300 for the A1/A2 race.
Last year’s winner of this race, Marcus Christie is set to return from intensive training in the US for the event.  Christie is set to challenge the World Hour Record and is sure to be in top form and full of hunger with a word class coaching team surrounding him in his plans.
Other recent winners include multiple Irish National Champion Mark Dowling and 2018 Rás Tailteann stage winner Sean McKenna who both added their name to the winner’s trophy alongside numerous famous Irish cycling names; Tommy Evans, David McCann & Phillip Cassidy among them.
Contenders for this year’s event are likely to include local riders Lindsay Watson of Powerhouse Sport, James Curry of Dan, and John Buller of BioRacer DHL FR Services who has all shown fantastic form against high-quality international competition in recent weeks and will want to impress on home roads. Recent winner of the Ulster Criterium Championship in Banbridge Darnell Moore and the Caldwell Cycles Team have also impressed most weekends and of course the team of hosting club Banbridge CC will all be keen to achieve on their home circuit.
Of the 6 races being promoted on the day, the A1/A2 race will be the first to roll out at midday to face 7 laps of the circuit to give them a total race distance of 130km. Prizes will be on offer for the first 8 riders across the line and the first 3 A2 category riders.
A dedicated A3 race always provides fierce competition. This year they will once again cover 6 laps of the circuit, giving them a race distance of 110km. Prizes will be awarded to the top 6 riders in this race. A new addition for 2019 is the introduction of the Peter Donaghy & Stanley Thompson Cup for the winner of the A3 race.
The A4 race will face 5 laps to give a total race distance of 92km, and will also accommodate A3 & A4 women, many of who have been showing their male counterparts that they are more than up to providing healthy competition, and with the National Championships only weeks away will be keen to cause the A4 men an upset. Prizes will be awarded to the top 6 riders and the highest placed women.
A full suite of youth races will also be on offer, accommodating our under 16, 14 & 12 riders. The under 16’s will compete for the George Lilly Memorial Cup and will complete 3 laps for a total race distance of 55km. The under 14’s will complete 1 lap covering 17km, while the under 12’s will be neutralised to their official race start at the Banville House Hotel roundabout where they will race to Scarva village, a total race distance of 9.5km. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 boys and top 3 girls in each youth race.
Event HQ will be based at Banbridge Rugby Club, just off the Newry Rd. Full changing and shower facilities will be available.
Event pre-entry is now open here until Thursday 13th June at a cost of £15 for all senior races, & £5 for youth races. Riders are still required to sign-on on the day at the event HQ where they should have their race licences available for presentation – this facility will be open from 10 am until 11:30 am before all races roll out together at 11:45 am.
Entry on the day will be accepted, subject to availability, at a cost of £20. Entry on the day for the youth races will remain at £5.
Sunday 16th June: Sean Nolan Meath GP Simonstown Leinster 1pm. (Including youth racing in the morning 9.45 am)
Navan Road Club is holding the Meath Grand Prix on the 16th June. Please see attached link for registration online and race details.
Sunday 16th June:
Sliabh Luachra CC Youth Races 10:00am
Knocknagree, Mallow (Munster)

Inaugural Sliabh Luachra CC Youth Races depending on numbers entered, there will be separate boys and girls races. Note also there is junior race, this is something new as other than the junior tour or the nationals there is no other junior only race, so irrelevant of whether junior A3 or A4, you all race together.
This previews sponsored by our in kind sponsor