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Dennis Bakker Wins Final Stage & Overall GC

The Kerry Group Ras Mumhan ended today in high drama with overall victory going to the youngest ever winner of the title, Dennis Bakker from Holland. The young Dutchman escaped in three man group, that did not include over night leader Ryan Sherlock in the last twenty kilometers of the four day event held in ‘Kingdom’ of Kerry.
His final winning margin was a mere 11 seconds over the unfortunate Sherlock who fell inside the last five kilometers in a supreme attempt to save the day.

Photo by Pat Doherty

Kerry Group Ras Mumhan Stage four
Killorglin/Beaufort/Killrglin, 115kms.

1 Dennis Bakker (Ruiter Dakkapellen), 2.38.39;
2 Silvan Buis (West Frisa), @2 secs;
3 Sean McFadden (LK Bikes Donegal), @17secs;
4 Paudi O’Brien (Dan Morrissey/Speedy-Spokes), @46 secs;
5 Daniel Clifford (DID/Dunboyne CC), same time;
6 Rober jan Moll (West Frisa), st.

Photo by Pat Doherty

OVERALL:
1 Bakker, 11.47.56;
2 Ryan Sherlock (IVERK/Carrick Wheelers), @11;
3 Colin Parrey (Primal Europe), @13;
4 Tom Stockdale (Primal Europe) @1.05;
5 Chris McNamara (Surrey), @1.07;
6 George Harpur (Felt Colbornes), @1.16.

Photo by Pat Doherty

Jersies:
Under-23 Baker:
Points-Bakker;
Mountains-Adam Arnstrong (Eurocycles);
Category 2-Matt Slattery (Killarney CC).
Team-Reuiter Dakkapalen.

Photo by Pat Doherty

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