Results courtesy of Niall Doggett (Navan RC) Photos and a small report of the A-Race courtesy of the maestro Sean Rowe with a thank you to both

A1-A2 Seamus Kennedy Memorial
1- Liam Curley TUD Dublin
2 – Dean Harvey Spellman-Dublin Port
3 – Gareth O Neill Caldwell Cycles
4 – Conor McCann Inspired Cycles
5 – Tim O Regan All Human Velo Revolution
6 – Shane Smith Moynalty CC
7 – Luke Smith Moynalty CC
8 – Mitchell McLoughlin Inspired Cycles

Unplaced A2s
1 – Ronan Grimes Orwell Wheelers
2 – Cian Ibbotson Swords CC
3 – Sean Murnane Orwell Wheelers
4 – Ryan Geraghty Spin11 Chainreaction
5 – Fergus Keogh Moynalty CC
6 – Andrew Ryan UCD

Sean Rowe reported on his social media page: The Seamus Kennedy Memorial GP held over 5 laps of a rolling 22km course around Nobber, Co. Meath Sunday, March 6th. The race was won by Liam Curley, TU Dublin, who broke away on the last lap with 2 others from what was already a very strong breakaway group of 11 riders who had jumped the field on lap 2. Although this group never had more than 1.00min over the chasers and some riders left and rejoined the break during the course of the race. The very fast pace, the race averaged over 42km/hr on the rolling terrain, ensured plenty of attacks over the last 2 laps. In the end, Curley got the better of Saturday’s Annacone winner Dean Harvey, Spellman Dublin Port with Gareth O’Neill, Caldwell Cycles taking the last place on the podium.

Women’s race
1 – Caoimhe O Brien Torelli
2 – Eve McCrystal Belurgan Wheelers
3 – Aoife O Brien Torelli
4 – Emma Smith Navan Road Club
5 – Clodagh Gallagher UCD
6 – Gabrielle Glondenyte u/a
7 – Sara Canny Western Lakes
8 – Cleo Harvey Dublin Wheelers
Unplaced Juniors
1 – Ellen Murray TC Racing
2 – Katie Reilly Orwell

A3s & Juniors
1 – Patrick O Loughlin Carrick Panduit
2 – Odhran Doogan Caldwell Cycles
3 – Adam Gilsenan CCC Centurino
4 – Quillan Donnely Usher IRC
5 – James Griffin Waterford CC
6 – Robin Kelly Waterford CC
7 – Craig Sweetman Stamullen
8 – Charlie Holt Roadman CC
9 – Michael Green Roadman CC
Unplaced Juniors
1 – Adam Rafferty US Collumbiers
2 – Tadgh Killeen Orwell

A4 race 
1 – Cormac Meegan Drogheda Wheelers 
2 – Robert Neary Cuchulainn CC
3 – Greg Connolly Bray Wheelers 
4 – Deirmantas Syvus u/a
5 – Caoilin Considine Bray Wheelers 
6 – Brian Reynolds South Dublin CC
7 – Liam Kirk Marble City Cycles
8 – Seamus McBabington Carrick Panduit
1st unplaced A4 Junior: Oisin Mulryne Ardee CC

A family Smith sprint with Shane getting the better of Luke for 6th place in the A-race!!