Duffy & Hughes Crowned Squealing Pig Border Champions

Posted: June 28, 2016 in Uncategorized


Pakie Duffy & Evin Hughes were the main guests of honour at last weekend’s Squealing Pig Border Navigation Championship prizegiving. All previous winners of the championship were invited to attend to commemorate the presentation of the new perpetual cups for the champion driver and navigator. The appearance of an old Sheet 8 map added to the atmosphere and brought back memories of yesteryear. It was a well-received night that was enjoyed by all.


While this was Pakie’s 4th driver’s title and Evin’s 2nd navigator’s title, this was the first time they won the championship as a team. It completed a championship double following their National Championship success. The pair clinched the Squealing Pig championship following wins in Longford, Donegal & Cavan backed up by one 4th and one 5th place finish. Michael & Ciaran Tynan clinched the runners-up spot thanks to their Drumlin win and consistent top five finishes. Martin Tynan was the third overall driver with Ruadhri Nash the third overall navigator. Keith McConnon/Micheal McCluskey and Aiden Sherry/Oisin Sherlock were the top Semi-Expert and Novice crews respectively.


2015-2016 Squealing Pig Border Navigation Championship Results



1st Pakie Duffy/Evin Hughes

2nd Michael Tynan/Ciaran Tynan

3rd Marin Tynan/Ruairidh Nash


1st Richard Cassidy/Fintan Clerkin

2nd Dermot Whelton/Garry Farrelly

3rd Brendan Treanor/Conor Maguire


1st Keith McConnon/Micheal McCluskey

2nd Peter Farrell/Shane Farrell

3rd Eoghan Corr/Andrew Wedlock


1st Aidan Sherry/Oisin Sherlock

2nd Colm Mohan/Conor Boylan

3rd Mark Deery/David McCrudden

4th Kevin McCormack/Conor Mohan

5th Mac Kierans/Patrick O’Leary


Monaghan Men in Top Six in Waterford


The Carrick-on-Suir Motor Club’s Raven’s Rock Rally took place last weekend based out of Waterford City. Castleblayney’s Michael Conlon with Ciaran McPhillips navigating led the Monaghan charge in an impressive 5th overall and 1st in class 13. Paul Kelly guided Limerick driver Paul Purtill to 6th overall and 2nd in class 13. Less than eight seconds split these crews at the end of the day.



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