Photos cropped from the BP Media and photo of Conor by Brendan Culleton, report from CI

The new CI president Liam Collins (Newcastle West Wheelers-Knockaderry County Limerick)

Liam Collins was elected President of Cycling Ireland at today’s annual general meeting, held in Tralee, Co. Kerry, Liam is a member of Newcastle West Wheelers and has been a prominent event organiser for many years, more recently promoting rounds of the National Road Series and the 2020 Cycling Ireland Road National Championships.
Collins has over 20-years’ experience working within finance, holds an Association of Chartered Certified Accountants qualification, and is currently serving as Group Finance Director at the Saint John of God Hospitaller Services Group.
Speaking of the appointment Liam Collins said:
“I am honoured to be elected as President of Cycling Ireland. The sport of Cycling in Ireland has a rich history and has produced some of Ireland’s most memorable sporting moments. It is also one of the largest participation sports in Ireland and as such has enormous potential. I am looking forward to working with members of the cycling community to further develop the sport in Ireland”

The newly elected board of directors members Carl Fullerton (Donegal Bay) and Conor Campbell (Drogheda Wheelers)

Carl has been a member of Cycling Ireland since 2006. During those 15 years, he has been involved in club development, cycling event management, and in later years as a competitor. Carl has also been an active volunteer assisting other clubs in Ulster on occasions.

Two further positions on the Board of Directors were filled by Carl Fullerton and Conor Campbell who were successfully elected at the 33rd annual general meeting. The board of Cycling Ireland now comprises of Liam Collins (President), Brendan Tallon (Vice President), Anthony Mitchel (Secretary), Eugene Moriarty (Treasurer), Orla Carolan, Noel Mulroy, Carl Fullerton (photo above) and Conor Campbell (photo below)

Conor is a solicitor, he has represented CI in appeals cases in the past and a member of the Drogheda Wheelers