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1960 Paddy Flanagan, Kildare Wins Rás Tailteann
By Eddie Dawson
Mar 13, 2007, 10:33


Rás Tailteann

31st. July - 7th. August

Route

Stage 1: Dublin To Cavan, 92 Miles.
Dublin, Drogheda, Slane,Navan, Kells, Virginia, Cavan

Stage 2: Cavan To Castlebar, 109 Miles.
Cavan, Longford, Strokestown, Frenchpark, Ballaghadereen, Charlestown, Swinford, Foxford, Castlebar.

Stage 3: Castlebar To Tuam, 110 Miles.
Castlebar, Westport, Leenaun, Maam, Maam Cross, Qughterard, Galway, Horseleap, Tuam.

Stage 4: Tuam To Thurles, 110 Miles.
Tuam, Horseleap, Mountbellew, Ballinasloe, Portumna, Borris-O-Kane, Nenagh, Borris-O-Leigh, Thurles.

Stage 5: Thurles To Killorglin, 120 miles.
Thurles, Limerick, Rathkeale, Newcastlewest, Abbeyfeale, Castleisland, Tralee, Castlemaine, Killorglin.

Stage 6 : Killorglin To Killarney, 98 Miles. 
Killorglin, Glenbeigh, Cahirciveen, Waterville, Sneem, Kenmare, Killarney,

Stage 7: Killarney To Kilkenny, 131 Miles.
Killarney, Rathmore, Mallow, Fermoy, Mitchelstown, Cahir, Clonmel, Kilkenny.

Stage 8: Kilkenny To Dublin, 100 Miles.
Kilkenny, Leighlinbridge, Carlow, Athy, Monasterevin, Kildare, Brownstown, Curragh Camp, Newbridge, Naas, Dublin. 

Race Director:      Joe Christle

Joe Christle, Race Director

Dan Ahern, Kerry Winner Of Three Stages InThe 1960 Rás

Larry Dunne Meath Winner Of Stage 7

Stage Winners:

Stage 1:  Dublin To Cavan, 92 Miles.   D. Ahern (Kerry) 3-22-00

Stage 2:  Cavan To Castlebar, 109 Miles.  P. Flanagan (Kildare) 5-04-00

Stage 3:  Castlebar To Tuam, 110 Miles.  S. O'Hanlon (Dublin) 4-25-00

Stage 4:  Tuam To Thurles, 110 Miles.  D. Ahern (Kerry) 3-50-00

Stage 5:  Thurles To Killorglin, 120 Miles.  D. Kenny (Exiles) 5-05-00

Stage 6:   Killorglin To Killarney, 98 Miles.  D. Ahern (Kerry) 4-10-00

Stage 7:   Killarney To Kilkenny, 131 Miles. L. Dunne (Meath) 5-40-00

Stage 8:   Kilkenny To Dublin, 100 Miles.    S. Dillon (Dublin) 4-13-25

 

General Classification

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2.      

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5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

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P. Flanagan, Kildare

D. Ahern, Kerry     

M. Murphy, Kerry

S. Dillon, Dublin

S. Murphy, Dublin  

S. O’Hanlon, Dublin

P. Neary Louth,

P. Wall, Tipperary

M. Collins, Meath

F. Ryan, Tipperary

M. O’Callaghan, Waterford

35- 47-51

      03-23

      04-12

      04-53

      06-05

      06-36

      06-41

      07-08

      07-22

      07-30

      07-30

Mick Murphy Kerry winner Of King Of The Hills

Mountains Winner:    Mick Murphy, Kerry

Team Dublin
 S. Murphy, S. Dillon, S. O'Hanlon M. Christle

Eamon Flanagan Brother Of Paddy

        Meath

1.       B. McKenna

2.       M. Collins

3.       M. Creighton

4.       M. Gaffney

5.       J. Lowthe

6.       S. McCann

7.       W. Heasley

8.       P. Roe

9.       L. Dunne

10.    A. N. Other

 

        Dublin

11.    S. O’Hanlon

12.    M. Christle

13.    S. Murphy

14.    D. Dignam

15.    S. Dillon

16.    Dermot McGrath

17.    R. McCann

18.    Denis McGrath

19.    E. Kelly

20.    B. Mainey

 

        Westmeath

21.    K. Sloane

22.    M. Cullen

 

        Antrim

23.    M. Mooney

24.    E. Rafter

25.    C. MacLynn

26.    E. McGrath

27.    J. McConway

28.    B. Magennis

29.    F. McDonald

 

        Derry

30.    L. Doherty

31.    C. Farrell

32.    S. McCarron

33.    W. Hynes

34.    M. McCarron

 

       Wexford

35.    G. Byrne

36.    J. Roche

37.    J. Forristal

38.    V. Walsh

39.    E. Crosbie

40.    D. Byrne

41.    V. Lyng

42.    F. O’Rourke

 

        Mayo

43.    S. Neary

 

        Kerry

44.    D. Ahern

45.    M. Murphy

46.    E. De Lacey

47.    J. Drumm

48.    W. Maguire

49.    B. Brosnan

50.    S. O’Connor

 

        Tipperary

51.    T. Kiely

52.    J. Gearon

53.    P. Cleary

54.    F. Ryan

55.    M. Wall

56.    J. Whelan

57.    P. Wall

58.    A. Ryan

 

        Waterford

59.    M. O’Callaghan

60.    B. Kelliher

 

       Louth

61.    M. Hackett

62.    P. Neary

63.    S. Breen

64.    M. Davis

65.    P. O’Connor

 

        Kildare

66.    M. Logan

67.    P. Flanagan

68.    E. Ryan

69.    P. McCormack

70.    E. Flanagan

71.    L. Baxter

72.    M. Wright

 

        Kilkenny

73.    J. Collins

74.    J. Hayes

75.    S. Cuddihy

76.    R. Craig

77.    P. Egan

 

        Cork

78.    R. Barry

79.    D. O’Regan

80.    J. O’Mahony

81.    M. O’Hare

82.    V. Atkinson

83.    G. Rea

84.    C. O’Brien

85.    N. Waddy

 

        Exiles

86.    C. Dunne

87.    T. Beamish

88.    D. Kenny

89.    J. O’Connell

 

D. Kenny Exiles Team Winner of stage 5 120 miles from Thurles To Killorglin

Dan Aherne Kerry winner of three stages in the 1960 Rás Tailteann and second overall to Paddy Flanagan, Kildare @3.23

Mick Collins strings out the bunch in Kerry

B. Brosnan Kerry

The Louth Rás Team Andy McQuillan, Paddy Neary R.I.P. Matt Davis. Patrick O'Connor, Sean Breen & Fr. Kevin Connolly R.I.P.

As They Are Today Andy McQuillan, Matt Davis, Patrick O'Connor, Mick Hackrtt & Sean Breen

 



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