Thursday, June 16, 2022

Roscommon cyclist Daire Feeley. Picture: INPHO/Bryan Keane

 

Roscommon cyclist Daire Feeley enjoyed a very good day on the second stage of the Rás Tailteann.

The 155 kilometres stage between Horse and Jockey and Castleisland saw Feeley, representing Cork All human-VeloRevolution, prominent throughout, and he managed to get himself into the day’s crucial breakaway group to finish fourth on the stage.

The stage was won by 20-year-old British rider Louis Sutton.

In 2021, Feeley won the National Road Race Series and finished second at the Cycling Ireland National Road Race Championships in County Wicklow.

Friday’s Stage Three will be 172 kilometres between Newcastlewest and Lisdoonvarna. The race finishes on Sunday.

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