Declan Boyle and Brian Boyle take their Fiesta WRC to a 'start-to-finish' victory

Martin Howley Donegal Harvest Rally in Killybegs

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Martin Walsh

Declan Boyle and Brian Boyle take  their Fiesta WRC to a 'start-to-finish' victory

Against the backdrop of the late Martin Howley's Atlantic Challenge are winners Declan Boyle and Brian Boyle with members of the Howley family.

Donegal cousins Declan Boyle and Brian Boyle took their Fiesta WRC to a start-to-finish victory in the Martin Howley Donegal Harvest Rally in Killybegs, the eighth and final round of the Triton Showers National Rally Championship.
They finished one minute and 39.4 seconds ahead of the Subaru WRC of Manus Kelly/Gareth Doherty with Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry, also in a Subaru one minute and 37.9 seconds further behind in third.
The Group N category was won by Aidan Wray and co-driver Kieran McGrath (Mitsubishi Evo X), who finished 22.3 seconds ahead of the Mitsubishi Evo IX of Monaghan’s Shane Maguire/Mac Kierans, Wray clinched back-to-back titles in the Motorsport Safety Group N category of the Triton Showers series.
In the Triton Showers Junior National Rally Championship victory went to Meath’s Gary McNamee (Honda Civic), who was co-driven by Cork’s Bernard Foley, his only rival, Donegal’s Michael Boyle crashed his Honda Civic on the first stage. McNamee/Foley also won the category in Killybegs.

For more see Monday's Donegal Democrat and Donegal People's Press