Thursday, July 7

EMS Copiers/Team#109 support Young Guns

EMS Copiers/Team#109, already generously sponsoring the awards in the Supersport Cup class in the Southern Championship, have in the aftermath of the ISAM round being cancelled, agreed to sponsor trophies for the Gas Safety Systems Young Guns Challenge (Production 125 class) for the following remaining southern rounds of the Irish Short Circuit Motorcycle Racing Championship:

August 6/7th Leinster Motor Club "Leinster 200" Trophy Race
August 27/28th Fingal Motor Club "Monarch Of Mondello" Trophy Races.

The class has been the true starter class for Irish Motorcycle racing with Team#109 proteges Kevin Keyes and Scott Swann having started on the dingers as well as the likes of Aaron Clifford and former Irish and Masters Superbike Champion, Cody Nally. 

Team#109/EMS Copiers recognise this and are keen to support the class that bloods the stars of the future.  They formed in memory of former Clubmans Supersport Champ Sean Hurley #109 and want to keep his memory alive supporting and nurturing young Irish Motorcycle Racing talent.  They are doing a serious job so far.

The Young Guns are also strongly support and mentored by Willie Wilson of Gas Safety Systems, who has put up a €2000 prize fund for the end of the season in the overall Irish Short Circuit Championship.

The following sponsors came onboard at the start of this year in a deal seeing them sponsor their chosen classes trophies for the southern rounds of the Irish Championship, part of the Southern Short Circuit Championship.

Doyle Carpentry are sponsoring the Superbike Pro class trophies.  

Team#109/EMS Copiers came forward to sponsor the Supersport Cup class.

Sunday World sponsor the Supersport Pro trophies.  

Cork Motorcycle Racing & Vintage Club sponsor the Junior Cup class.

The following classes are still available for Southern Championship Trophy Sponsorship/Advertising deals for the remaining two rounds :
Superbike Cup
Production twins
Lightweight SS400's

For only €300 Sponsors will get their name and logo over details of their class in the official programmes, 3 admission passes to each round with refreshments in a hospitalilty suite with views overlooking the main straight, start/finish line for each of the remaining Irish Championship rounds at Mondello, an ad in the programme and exposure on all the social media feeds related to  

Organisers will also give sponsors a presence on the podium for photos and there are plans for a Southern Championship Awards night at the end of the season.

Anyone interested in sponsoring one of these classes should contact Shane Graham through

For more information about the MCI Short Circuit Motorcycle Racing Championship see

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