Super Series Points Update - Round 3

Women's T2 Two Provinces Super Series

Super Series - Following Round 3

With just two rounds of the 2017 Super Series remaining, the points table is taking shape.

Round 3 of the series was held at Two Provinces Triathlon in Lanesborough and following calculations of the points earned, clear leaders are emerging in the women's and the men's tables, as well as in the club table.

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Women's Competition

In the women's Cat 1 league, Limerick TC's Kirsten Huysamen has jumped from 3rd to 1st as she took advantage of Heather Foley and Ailbhe Carroll's absence from Two Provinces. Ellen Murphy achieved a similar boost to her position and now lies in second place ahead of Foley with Erin McConnell moving from 5th to 4th overall.

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Carr Big Winner

The big winner from Two Provinces of course was Elizabeth Carr, who put in memorable performance to win the race outright. She now leads both the Cat 2 league table and has moved to the very top of the women's combined rankings table, which will be used for relegation/promotion purposes at the end of the season.

Eva Spencer and Lauren Strange occupy 2nd and 3rd on the women's Cat 2 table but might need to watch out as Caron Ryan has moved from 7th to 4th thanks to her podium finish at Two Provinces.

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Men's Competition

The top of the men's Cat 1 and Combined Rankings remains unchanged with Westport TC's Aichlinn O'Reilly maintaining his lead - thanks to his third place finish at two Provinces.

Rory Sexton narrowly edges out Brendan Crawford for second place on the table while the winner of Two Provinces, Darren Dunne moves up to 4th place on the Cat 1 league table.

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Men's Cat 2

It's all change at the top of the Cat 2 league table meanwhile, with Dave Richardson unseating Luke McCarron at the top of the table and James Mintern moving from 15th to 3rd thanks to a great 6th place in Two Provinces.

In the combined table, there are plenty of Cat 2 racers who could be heading for promotion next year with Mintern, Richardson, Tiernan Burke and Ben Ryan all inside the top ten.

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Super Series Club Rankings

Things are tight at the top of the Super Series club rankings, which count the scores of each club's best three athletes of mixed genders across each race.

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Belpark lead the table with 3781 points - just 432 ahead of Predator TC's team of young up and coming athletes. Although they lack a female athlete to allow them include a third scorer (a max of two athletes of each gender can score), Westport TC currently occupy third place - a further 330 points back, thanks to their big hitters Aichlinn O'Reilly and Con Doherty.