Farquhar and Dunlop prove pick of the Tandragee 100 field

North Armagh club officials - and sisters - Shelagh Calvart and Anne Forsythe with Norman Crooks (Cookstown 100 race secretary).

North Armagh club officials - and sisters - Shelagh Calvart and Anne Forsythe with Norman Crooks (Cookstown 100 race secretary).

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Ryan Farquhar and William Dunlop dominated the roll of honour at a rain-soaked Tandragee 100 meeting.

Derek McGee, Rhys Hardisty, Kevin Fitzpatrick and Neil Kernohan also enjoyed success at the Around-A-Pound-sponsored weekend.

Farquhar collected a victory hat-trick, with Dunlop picking up a race double.

“Everything went well, in terms of the race programme and safety of everyone,” said Anne Forsythe of the organising North Armagh club. “The weather was an obvious issue over the weekend but we managed to complete our race schedule.

“Importantly, we also managed to run our special tributes to Noel Murphy and Richard Britton.

“We took the decision to stage one race on the Friday night but everything worked out.

Everything went well, in terms of the race programme and safety of everyone

Anne Forsythe

“The weather did disrupt our overall attendance but thanks go to those who did show such superb support.

“From the club’s viewpoint, our thanks go to the supporters, riders, sponsors and members, in particular the marshals.

“The feedback has been really positive.”