Outgoing Fine Gayle Meepi and former GAA President San Kelly also dominated the European Parliament's Bolt in Ireland, with 1,422 votes being cast in the first.
The first council of Malthon's candidate for the top Fianca Fayl and Cork TD Billy Kalehler is Bullet's second priority, with 84,083 votes.
But this was a strong performance by Woorkford-based Independent TD Mill Wallace. In the first round, 81,741 votes were cast.
SIN FEEN's winning MEP lead NI Riyada will be re-elected to 79,072 votes.
In the last three seats, the battle is between five candidates.
The Green Party (75,946) Senator St Grace Oscillian, Fianna Fail's Lead Riida and Councilor Malcolm Byré move to the golf course.
Junior minister Andrew Dáil (Fine Gael) received 38,738 votes. The possibility of partitioning is unlikely.
It is not clear whether his co-worker Durdy Klein (64,605) could help in his seat.
Labor's Sheila Nanban opposed 22,075 votes. Fianna Faye's candidates and Independent candidate Valas performed Friday ahead of the unexpected exit poll.
In a vast area, geographical aspects may prove to be crucial now.
Claire Byron surprised many with his vote, giving 69,166 first-preference ballots – just behind 15,000 fans.
Now the fifth and final seat may not have finished till Thursday morning.
Irish South – 1.4 million voters – Total polling was 755,000 votes.
Finea Fail leader Michael Martyn said, "Waiting parties are hoping party candidates have been selected.
Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan, the director of Fine Gael's Ireland South elections, expressed his hope that the party could maintain two MPs.
"If accurate calculations are accurate, as exit polls, Durdri Clooney will give the MP a better chance of getting the second seat for Fine Gaill," he said.
Kelly said they were not ready to retain the second-minute berth in the final.
"When the transfer goes in a pile they will fall the right way and they are going to push some candidates," he said.
Wallace said he was interested in the support he had received.
"My passport is for Brussels." He said.
"The level of support I received is amazing.
"They tell me that it was nice, if I'm going to Brussels, I'm going to be a thorn in the government side and I promise you."
Senator Sullivan said, "How long do you want to wait to get along with one's hand".
She admits that she is facing cloen police to defend her seat.
"I'm coming here, you do not know what's going to happen, there are many ways to go there, and I'll try to hang there," she said.