Myles Cummins, leading Limerick & Clare GOBA owner 2022 at Limerick Greyhound Track receives his presentation from GOBA officials. NEWMARKET-ON-FERGUS’ Myles Cummins was honoured in Limerick Greyhound Stadium.
The 2022 Matchbook Betting Exchange Irish St. Leger may have been deferred by one week at the Limerick Track due to weather but it was certainly worth waiting for as the €30,000 decider was landed in exceptional fashion by the favourite, Bobsleigh Dream.
The catch me if you can tactics were to the fore in the Novice 350 yards contest at Galway on Friday night last as the Brid McMahon of Cooraclare owned Lissatouk Blake never saw another rival once he left his trap one berth as he powered to a seven length success over Chicuitita in 19.29.
There was a big turnout at Limerick Greyhound Stadium last Saturday night for the final of the €5,000 to the winner John Whelan Memorial Kennedy Cup which went the way of the favourite Steam of Sydney.
It was a quite past week-end for Greyhound Racing due to frozen tracks however Friday nights twelve race programme at Galway Greyhound Stadium did manage to go ahead with the A2 graded seventh contest over 525 yards the top graded contest of the night.