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The ‘Cycling Leinster’  Women’s Team flew out to compete in the Bedford International 3 Day last Friday  

The ‘3 Days of Bedford International Stage Race’ is part of the UK ’s Women’s Team Racing Series.  

The Leinster Selectors have selected a strong Team, which will have to compete against teams from Holland , Malta , Germany , along with the Top women’s Teams from the UK .

The Team are Confident going into the race,

Orla Hendron (Orwell Wheelers) and Roisin Kennedy (Usher IRC) took part in the event in 2004 as part of an Irish National Team that placed Colette Swift Third Overall.

National Champion Julie O’Hagan, also has a lot of experience of the event and route from her time spent racing in the UK .

On form riders, Gillian McDarby (Bagel Bar) and Ashling Daly (Orwell Wheelers) complete the strong Line-up.

Brendan Whelan (Lucan C.R.C) will again manage the team , with help from Valerie Considine (Women’s Commission).

‘McDarby Engineering’ have added their support to the Team with sponsorship of track tops and polo shirts.

Stage 1 on Saturday, consists of a prologue TT around Milton Keynes Bowl , followed by a 50Km Circuit race at the same venue.

A  10Km Stage 3 TT takes place at Ravensden on Sunday morning , followed by an 80Km Road Race at Keysoe.

The 5th and final stage takes place on Monday morning with a 91Km Road Race at Cardington.


Results from this race will be posted as soon as they are received


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