The Kingdom of Kerry Rally Series is back – standings after round one


The Kingdom of Kerry Rally Series is back – standings after round one

After round one, the recent Banna Beach Hotel Kerry Winter Rally, the most likely contenders are defending driving champion Darren Young and newcomer Mark Murphy who are on 11 points each..

Colin O’Donoghue, Denis Nagle and Raymond O’Neill are on ten points each after Banna.

 Sean Walsh (11), Donagh Crowley (9), Shane Buckley (9) and Michael Browne(9) are the leading co-drivers.

Please note these points are provisional as this article was written before series results were deemed final and that this article is for information purposes only and does not carry any regulatory value.

Queries can be directed to Sean Moriarty on 087 6771019 – club membership status will be checked prior to prizegiving night which is scheduled for Thursday August 30.

Top Drivers

1              Darren Young                    11

=             Mark Murphy                    11

3              Colin O’Donoghue           10

=             Denis Nagle                        10

=             Raymond O’Neill               10

6 Aidan Buckley                    9

7             Mike Quinn                         8

=             Sean Hickey                        8

=             Donal Flynn                        8

=             Mark O’Leary                     8

11          Conor Walsh                       7

Top Co-drivers

1              Sean Walsh                         11

2              Donagh Crowley               10

3            Shane Buckley                   9

=             Michael Browne               9

5              Tony Healy                          8

=             Noel Fleming                      8

=             Peter Falvey                       8

=             Niall Myers                         8

9         Sean Mulvihill                    7

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