Tipperary Forestry Rally
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Tipperary Forestry Rally

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There was a dramatic finish to the Sean Conlon Memorial Rally, round four of the Valvoline Irish Forest Rally Championship in Mitchelstown as Lisburn's, Philip Morrow and co-driver, Simon Morrow (Mitsubishi) edged out Cork pair, Owen Murphy/James O'Brien (Mitsubishi) by three seconds.

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