Laura is 1st Woman at Termon GP!

30 April 2018

Ballymena Road Club rider Laura Campbell travelled to the inaugural Termon Wheelers Grand Prix yesterday in Carrickmore, where she finished as the leading woman in the 38 miles, A4 race. This helps Laura successfully continue her comeback as she continues her recovery from a chest infection last month.

Four Masters rider Mark McGinley came out on top in the headline A3 race.

The race in Carrickmore was run off on the route previously used for the National TT Championships in 2015.

The A3 race saw a five-man breakaway go clear on the final lap at Seven Sisters.

It consisted of Michael Pryce (Team Cavan Racing), Oisin Doherty (Donegal Bay) Keith O’Donnell and Mark McGinley.

Nigel Connolly would also join the front five when he courageously bridged across despite a headwind.

It would be these six riders who would race to the line. And McGinley prevailed, narrowly edging out Doherty.

Adrian Daly from Armagh City won the A4 event. But it was also for a good day for home club rider Barry Mullin, who finished second.

That result means that Mullin will now move up to A3 racing.


Sun, April 29: Termon Wheelers GP

Carrickmore, Co Tyrone

Promoted by Termon Wheelers

A3 Race (57 miles)

1.     Mark McGinley Four Masters

2.     Oisin Doherty Donegal Bay

3.     Michael Price Team Cavan Racing

4.     Nigel Connolly Strabane Lifford CC

5.     Keith O’Donnell Finn Wheelers

6.     Aaron Wiley Omagh Wheelers

7.     Alan Glendinning Island Wheelers

8.     Ryan Little Maryland CC

9.     Dean Lockhart Carn Wheelers

10.  Gareth McFarland Square Wheels CC


A4 Race (38 miles)

1.     Adrian Daly Armagh City

2.     Barry Mullin Termon Wheelers

3.     James Mackin Dromore CC

4.     Paul Campbell Velo City

5.     Patrick Cahill Harps CC

6.     Paul Shevlin Clogher Valley Wheelers CC

7.     Steven Wensley East Tyrone CC

8.     Ian Clarke Cuchulainn CC

9.     Ronan Campbell Lakeland CC

10.  Keith Wallace East Tyrone CC 

Leading Woman

1.     Laura Campbell Ballymena Road Club - CRC