Dungarvan Ramblers CC—photo courtesy of Waterford County Museum
This is where Irish club cycling and Irish road racing all began. The club was founded a year after the first official bike race anywhere in the world. And racing began in Ireland immediately. Above, the members of Dungarvan Ramblers Cycling Club; Ireland’s first and oldest club, founded by post master Richard Edward Brennan.

On a day when Dungarvan Cycling Club remembered their fellow club member, Keith Keneally, who’s untimely passing was marked with a minutes applause before racing started, Sean Hahessey and Dan Morrissey-MIG-Pactimo team mate Conor Hennebry rode away from a stacked field to take a very convincing 1,2 at the Dungargarvan Cycling Club open race today.


  1. Sean Hahessey Dan Morrissey
  2. Conor Hennebry Dan Morrissey
  3. Jamie Blanchfield Panduit Carrick
  4. Dillon Corkery DHL
  5. Matt Sparrow Dan Morrissey
  6. Sean Moore DHL
  7. Damien Shaw Strata3 Velorevolution
  8. Richard Maes Strata3 Velo
  9. Liam Curley Strata3 velo
  10. Keith Gater Waterford RC


  1. Eduins Silous NTW
  2. Owen Musset Team Smartleigh
  3. Patsy McCaffrey u/a
  4. Daniel Yonkin Kanturk CC
  5. Denis O Connor Sliabh Luchra
  6. Tom O Connor Kanturk
  7. Tom Moriarty Kanturk
  8. Mick Hennessey Fermoy CC
  9. Owen Mullonney Burren CC
  10. Eoin Bailey CarlowCC

1st Unplaced A3 Lady

  1. Niamh O Donovan TC Racing


  1. Kieran Jackson Comeragh CC
  2. John Crowley Killarney CC
  3. Luke O Sullivan Coachford CC
  4. Gearoid Howard Burren CC
  5. Sean McCarthy ACME
  6. Michael Cummins Carlow RC
  7. Brian Condon u/a
  8. Alan Dwyer Panduit Carrick
  9. Michael O Dwyer Slievenamon
  10. Jack Corcoran U/A

1st Lady.

  1. Agnieska Woniack Strata3 Velorevolution