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Top Class Racing on Dramatic Night at Tullyroan Oval
Large grids and high quality racing was the order of the day at Tullyroan Oval on Saturday, as the big crowd on hand were treated to some spectacular action. Portadown’s Scott Cochrane impressed as he claimed the 2.0 Hot Rods Tullyroan Challenge Cup, whilst a hard fought Rookie Bangers Irish Open Championship fell to Limavady’s Josh Goligher.
The Superstox were arguably the formula of the night once again, with Birches man Alan Haugh claiming a heat and final double from a 27-car field. A dramatic Stock Rods final went the way of Nutts Corner’s Mark Crawford with young Noah Teggart from Banbridge claiming his first ever feature race winin the Ninja Karts.

Co Cork’s Ian Riordan joined the regular 2.0 Hot Rods drivers for the Tullyroan Challenge Cup, with Ryan McCrory holding off an early challenge from Conor Hughes to take the win in the opening heat. Heat two saw Drew McKeown claim the honours over Scott Cochrane and Riordan.
Cochrane and Riordan filled the front row for the Challenge Cup Final on aggregate points, with Cochrane quickly stamping his authority on proceedings and edging clear. As Scott reeled off the remaining laps to claim an emphatic win, Michael Woods took second ahead of Riordan, Jordan Rochford, McKeown and Jordan McCann.

Another excellent field of Rookie Bangers entertained as only they can, with action galore all around the circuit. Marc Morrell held off the advances of father and son duo John and Josh Goligher to claim the opening heat win, before Josh came through to take the heat two win over Phillip Farrell and John Goligher.
Despite an initial challenge early on from Morrell, Josh Goligher made good his escape in the Irish Open Championship final, Josh racing clear as the action continued around the track. Amongst the drama Jason Goodman went for a huge double rollover into the Tullyroan Bend, and amazingly selected first gear and rejoined the fray! As Josh Goligher took the title win, John Goligher made it a family one-two with William McFaul in third.


A huge field of 27 Superstox included welcome English visitor Declan Salmon amongst the ranks, and the first heat was dramatic to say the least! Ross O’Shea led early on before Alan Hawe took over, as Jeffrey Martin shed not one but two wheels in a home straight crash. Curtis Greer then took over out front before another caution with just one lap to go for a track blockage, again on the home straight. In the one lap dash to the flag Greer held on for the win over Craig McConnell and Salmon. Haugh then led the second heat which again was full of incident, and he was able to stave off a last lap challenge from David Beattie to take the chequered flag.
The final was another excellent encounter, with Haugh again the early pacesetter. He held off a huge last bend lunge from Greer to hold on and take his second win of the evening and earn a rise to blue grade for the next meeting. Greer was great value in second ahead of James Stewart and David Beattie.

The Stock Rods grid included a trio of welcome Tipperary visitors amongst the ranks, with Antrim’s Mark Kilpatrick initially claiming both heat victories before events after the final saw him excluded from all results at the meeting. For the record books, that handed the heat wins to Jonny Cardwell and Mark Overend.
Overend drove a blinding race in the final with Kilpatrick trying lap after lap to pass on the outside. Gradually the whole field was closing in to make it a monster battle for the lead, before the unfortunate Overend got a puncture and retired. Impressive visitor Declan McGrath then went ahead, but he left a gap down his inside with just one lap to go and Mark Crawford quickly filled it. Kilpatrick then nudged both Crawford and McGrath wide into the final bend, and then squeezed Crawford to the wall on the run to the flag, turning himself to the barrier in the process but still crossing the line ahead.
After a Stewards Enquiry, Crawford was awarded the victory with Kilpatrick removed from all results for events which took place after the race. McGrath, Cardwell, Sam McNeice and Marc Morrell completed the top five.

Newcomers Jack Murphy and Kayla Fegan completed their ORCi Junior Competence Tests before the meeting and joined the field for their race debuts. Alan Beattie led much of the distance in the opening heat before Ben Hawe snatched the win right at the end ahead of Beattie and Jack Morrison. Heat two saw Morrison build a huge lead out front but it was wiped out under a yellow flag, and that allowed Christian Murray to move ahead and claim the victory over Hawe and Noah Teggart.
The final was a tremendous race with Morrison again impressing out front until a late caution with just two laps to go. That was quickly followed by another caution, and it was Noah Teggart who held his nerve amidst the late drama to race home for his first ever Ninja Karts feature race win. Riley Dawson-Stirling, Ryan Abernethy and Murray completed the top four home.

Added: 22/05/22

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