Martina Byrnes of Tipperary Wheelers took silver in the women’s event while Carrick Wheelers Cathal Purcell was second in the Junior category. The Irish Under 23 international retained the title he won last year on the 18 kilometre course in Limerick in a record time of 22 minutes 23 seconds.The Fitscience rider was 40 seconds faster than his winning time of last year and 24 seconds clear of his nearest challenger, Colm Cassidy of the Cork based Aquablue team.Hahessy will go into the upcoming National Under 23 time trial championships as a medal favourite.
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