“Live the Dream” 2019

The Graduates 2019 (summer racing in Belgium)

Matthew Devins Yeats Country (Sligo IRL) First year junior
Photo Sean Rowe

James Curry  (Dan Morrissey-MIG-Pactimo) and Donal Shearer (Phoenix CC) both under 23’s, Kevin Mc Cambridge (NRPT-Chill-Mavic) and Matthew Devins ( Yeats Country) as juniors. This 4 will have a home from home with guest parents in Belgium for 4 weeks during the summer, representing the Belgian Project as graduates, and promoting Irish Cycling in the home of cycling. We wish them a safe and successful summer. It was a hard choice and out of the 45 entries some will be disappointed, you can enter again in 2020 if eligible age. I have sought advice in some cases but entirely responsible for the choices I made, regards Dany

James Curry Dan Morrissey-MIG-Pactimo Under 23
Donal Shearer Phoenix CC Under 23
Kevin Mc Cambridge (NRPT) second year junior

The Bursary Holders 2019

The successful young ladies (Bursary 2019)
Photo taken from the girls social media

 Lara Gillespie (Scott Orwell Dublin) second-year junior, Clodagh ní ghallchóir ( AAA Donegal) second-year junior (photo above) Niamh Mc Kiverigan (Powerhouse Sport Lisburn) second-year junior, Mia Griffin (TC Racing-Cycling Ireland track team) Well done xx

Niamh Mc Kiverigan Powerhouse sports Junior Banbridge
Photo courtesy of Fran Holywood
Mia Griffin TC-Racing Under 23 Kilkenny
Photo Sean Rowe
The successful Juniors (Bursary 2019)
Aaron Wade in the middle (NRPT-Chill insurance)
Photo Sean Rowe

Juniors: Drew Armstrong (Killinchy CC-Vitus) Enduro International,  Aaron Wade (NPRT-Chill-Mavic) A2 status as a second-year junior (reserve graduate) Nathan Keown A2 status as a second-year junior  (reserve graduate) Lee Harvey VC Glendale second-year junior off-road.

Drew Armstrong seen here in Madeira Portugal for a Enduro world cup round
Nathan Keown North Down CC second-year junior
Lee Harvey ( VC Glendale)
Photo Toby Watson
The successful Under 23’s (Bursary 2019)
Dillon Corkery (Bioracer-DHL-FR Services)
Photo Sean Rowe
Marc Heaney (Asfra-Flanders Bel) U/23. Belgian project’s billboard of what you can achieve with dedication and determination, Marc races full time in Belgium, had some setbacks due to sickness and injury’s, but now back on top of his game, already some top ’20s in pro kermesses and last Sunday 2nd in a UCI 1.12B kermesse in Oostrozebeke (W-Flanders) Photo courtesy of “Belgian Sport Shots”
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