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KALEV Chocolate rider Mart Ojavee secured his second stage win of the 2007 FBD Insurance Ras when he outsprinted Canadian Dominique Rollin (Kodak Gallery) at the end of Wednesday?s 138-kilometre stage from Sligo to Dungloe.

Various breaks throughout the afternoon were all brought back and a bunch gallop for the line ensued, with Ojavee pipping Rollin, while Tomas Hruby of the Czech Republic completed the day?s podium.

There was little change in the overall rankings, with Jess Anthony (Kodak Gallery) still leading by two seconds from Brian Kenneally (Meath My Home.ie), with Rollin third.

FBD Insurance Ras, Stage Four (Sligo to Dungloe).-

1 Mart Ojavee (Estonia-Kalev Chocolate) 138km in 3-14-04

2 Dominique Rollin (US-Kodak Gallery)

3 Tomas Hruby (Czech Republic-Sparta Praha)

4 Marcel Barth (Germany-Thuringer Energy)

5 Yvo Kusters (Netherlands)

6 Stephen Gallagher (Ireland-Murphy & Gunn)

7 Ben Raby (US-Kodak Gallery)

8 Andrei Mustonen (Estonia-Kalev Chocolate)

9 Eugene Moriarty (Meath Myhome.ie)

10 Nico Graf (Germany-Thuringer Energy)

General Classification.-

1 Jesse Anthony (US-Kodak Gallery) 14-24-17

2 Brian Kenneally (Meath Myhome.ie) at 2 secs

3 Dominique Rollin (US-Kodak Gallery) at 4 secs

4 Yvo Kusters (Netherlands)

5 Peter McDonald (Australia-FRF Couriers)

6 Mark Cassidy (Ireland-Murphy & Gunn)

7 Tony Martin (Germany-Thuringer Energy)

8 Paul Griffin (Ireland-Subway)

9 Ryan Roth (US-Kelly Benefit Strategies) all same time

10 Justin Spinelli (US-Kelly Benefit Strategies) at 57 secs

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