ALTA, Iowa (July 2) – From the vantage point of winner David Smith, the 25-lap distance for Buena Vista Raceway’s Kyle Suter Memorial was just right.Smith led the last 24 circuits and earned $1,000 for his Wednesday night IMCA Sunoco Stock Car victory at Alta.“I ran the very top of the track. There was just enough momentum on the top, which was starting to go away,” said Smith, who’d lined up behind pole starter Chris Ullrich and taken the lead with a pass inside. “I didn’t want any more laps.” Smith’s younger brother Devin, a contender for national and Arnold Motor Supply Northern Region rookie of the year honors, used lower lines in advancing 13 spots to second. “Any time you see us finish 1-2, it’s good. It doesn’t get any better than that. It’s the best when everybody runs good,” Smith said. “The $1,000 was a bonus.”Brian Blessington passed nine cars and finished third. Derek Green challenged Smith several times for the lead before ending in fourth and Allan Schmidt was fifth. Feature results – 1. David Smith; 2. Devin Smith; 3. Brian Blessington; 4. Derek Green; 5. Allan Schmidt; 6. Josh Suhr; 7. Mel Elsberry; 8. Jason Mickelson; 9. Roger Verdoorn; 10. Jason Rold; 11. Chris Ullrich; 12. Patrick Cross; 13. Marcus Hansen; 14. Justin Regnerus; 15. Jake Masters; 16. Chad Palmer; 17. Bob Staiert; 18. Justin Bromert; 19. Mathias Lux.
Tipp FM Following the record attendance at this years’ All Ireland Ladies football finals, Cahill will oversee the development of the organisations’ Commercial and Communications strategy, as they aim to further expand interest in the game around the country. Tipp FM’s Straight Talk presenter Jackie Cahill has been appointed as Commercial and Communications Manager of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association.He’s been reporting on the ladies game, as well as GAA, for over a decade, providing news and match reports to both local and national media.He’s also the author of a number of sportspeople’s autobiographies, including former Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins, and Wexford boss and former Clare goalkeeper Davy Fitzgerald.
Thurles Sarsfields lost the Munster Final against Killavullen earlier this month 5 points to 10.Throw in in Limerick this afternoon is at 1pm.Meanwhile, in the Junior B Munster football semi final Cashel King Cormacs face Cromane in Knockaderry Limerick.The winner will play Ballybrown of Limerick in the final.Meanwhile, in the West Tipp U21 football championship: Galtee Rovers face Arravale Rovers in Bansha at noon. Thurles Sarsfields are one game away from a spot in the All Ireland Junior B Hurling Championship Final.They face Kilkenny and Leinster champions John Locke’s (Callan, Kilkenny) this afternoon, at Páirc Íde Naofa in Raheenagh, Limerick.Whoever comes out on top will face the winners of the other semi final – Killavullen (Cork) or Kilnadeema-Letrim (Galway) Photo © Tipp FM