By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter
The Mid-Antrim 150 has been cancelled after oil, glass and nails were spilled on the course overnight in an act of sabotage on the Dunbought Road.
The event at the 3.5-mile Clough course was due to be the final Irish road race of the season.
On Friday, the organisers took the decision to run the race after considering their options following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Practice went ahead on Friday, but the event – which was being held for the first time since 2016 – has now been called off.