Unfortunately I never made it to the 2017 Skerries 100, however that shouldnt stop you getting all the results… and it wont!
The event was dominated by Derek Shiels’ Cookstown Burrows Engineering Suzuki with a hat trick of big bike wins. Derek McGee’s performance can’t be over looked either with a further three wins added to his tally and the seven laps of 2.9 miles Grand Final (on it’s second attempt, the first being halted by a red flag due to rain) went something like this :
Shiels started in pole and surged off to an impressive lead winning overall by 10 seconds, second place went to Derek McGee, followed by Michael Sweeney. Newcomer Davey Todd was fourth, Davy Morgan fifth and Graham Kennedy in sixth.