The Cycling Ulster team’s Darnell Moore had a fantastic fourth place in the final and ‘queen’ stage of the Manx International at the weekend.

The Cycling Ulster team were competing for three days in the Isle of Man against some of the top British professional teams. Moore’s strong performance on the mountainous final stage that involved three laps of the famous TT circuit also saw him finish 12th place overall.

Lindsay Watson ended the weekend in 18th, David Montgomery was 21st after taking 13th on stage three with Donal Shearer placing 40th overall.

Just 42 riders out of almost 100 starters completed the race with Gareth O’Neill unfortunately forced to retire on day one and Angus Fyffe retiring on the final stage after being aggressive throughout including being in one of the key breaks of the stage which set Moore up for his fourth place finish.

The Cycling Ulster team finished fourth in the GC standings, finishing behind three continental level professional teams.

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