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ROWING: Niall Kenny of UCC headed up a group of lightweight men at the top of the rankings after the 5,000 metre time trial at the second National Assessment in Newry. The top lightweight woman, Siobhan McCrohan also impressed – her percentage of projected world best time was 84.7 to Kenny’s 84.9. The fastest woman of the day was under-23 heavyweight Lisa Dilleen, and the junior women and men set a high standard, with Bridget Jacques and Andrew Griffin topping their classes. Sanita Puspure (ill) and Holly Nixon (injured) could not compete and Shane O’Driscoll and Paul O’Donovan missed out because of a bereavement.

National Assessment, Newry (5,000 metre time trial; Provisional Results - Percentages based on projected world winning time in athlete's class)

Niall Kenny (UCCRC) LM1x 19:37.3 84.9%

Michael Maher (Three Castles) LM1x 19:42.8 84.5%

Mark O'Donovan (CITRC) LM1x 19:55.5 83.6%

Anthony English (UCCRC) LM1x 19:55.9 83.6%

Justin Ryan (UCCRC) LM1x 19:56.4 83.6%

Nathan O'Reilly (Tideway Scullers’ School) LM1x 20:20.3 81.9%

Jonathan Mitchell (QUBBC) LM1x 20:23.1 81.8%

Sean O'Connor (NUIGBC) HM1x 20:21.3 80.2%

David Neale (UCD) HM1x 20:28.5 79.8%

Eddie Mullarkey (NUIGBC) HM1x 20:37.4 79.2%

Conor Egan (NUIGBC) LM1x 21:10.0 78.7%

Patrick Hughes (DUBC) HM1x 20:50.3 78.4%

Adam Boreham (BBC) HM1x 20:55.2 78.1%

Christopher Beck (RBAIRC) LM1x 21:22.5 78.0%

Feargal Geraghty (NUIGBC) LM1x 21:24.5 77.9%

Mark O'Brien (St Michaels) HM1x 21:23.6 76.3%

Matthew Wray (Bann RC) HM1x 22:27.1 72.7%

Siobhan McCrohan (Tribesmen RC) LW1x 21:38.1 84.7%

Claire Lambe (UCDBC) LW1x 21:42.0 84.5%

Lisa Dilleen (CITRC) HW1x 21:13.5 83.4%

Sarah Dolan (DULBC) LW1x 22:26.0 81.7%

Monika Dukarska (Killorglin RC) HW1x 21:59.7 80.5%

Sinead Dolan (DULBC) LW1x 23:05.7 79.4%

Andrew Griffin (Neptune R.C.) JM1x 20:39.2 83.0%

David Quinlan (Castleconnell Boat Club) JM1x 21:02.0 81.5%

Patrick Boomer (MCB) JM1x 21:02.2 81.5%

Aodhan Burns (Skibbereen R.C.) JM1x 21:03.2 81.5%

Cathal Phelan (Offaly RC) JM1x 21:03.7 81.4%

John Mitchel (Lee R.C.) JM1x 21:04.3 81.4%

Mathew Ryan (Skibbereen R.C.) JM1x 21:06.4 81.3%

Paddy Hegarty (Skibbereen R.C.) JM1x 21:12.6 80.9%

David O'Malley (St Michaels) JM1x 21:18.6 80.5%

Paudie Leonard (Skibbereen R.C.) JM1x 21:21.5 80.3%

Andrew Bell (Col.Iognaid) JM1x 21:22.0 80.3%

Cian Noone (Neptune R.C.) JM1x 21:25.1 80.1%

Andy Harrington (Shandon B.C.) JM1x 21:26.1 80.0%

Daniel Buckley (Lee R.C.) JM1x 21:30.9 79.7%

Gearoid Moore (St Michaels) JM1x 21:37.6 79.3%

Gary Thornton (Portora BC) JM1x 21:40.0 79.2%

Thomas English (Neptune R.C.) JM1x 21:43.6 78.9%

Eddie Beechinor (Cork BC) JM1x 21:52.7 78.4%

Conor Carmody (Shannon RC) JM1x 21:55.2 78.2%

Darragh McCarthy (Col.Iognaid) JM1x 21:58.9 78.0%

Kevin Fallon (St.Joseph's) JM1x 22:09.5 77.4%

Mathew Kelly (Col.Iognaid) JM1x 22:22.3 76.7%

James Healy (St Michaels) JM1x 22:35.1 75.9%

Brian Keohane (Presentation College, Cork) JM1x 22:39.9 75.7%

Philip Mc Entee (GRC) JM1x 22:56.3 74.8%

Kai McGlacken (Col.Iognaid) JM1x 23:15.5 73.7%

Bridget Jacques (BBC) JW1x 22:22.6 83.0%

Hilary Shinnick (Fermoy RC) JW1x 22:37.0 82.2%

Katie Cromie (Portora BC) JW1x 22:39.2 82.0%

Kate O'Brien (St Michaels) JW1x 23:00.1 80.8%

Aileen Crowley (Muckross RC) JW1x 23:19.3 79.7%

Bernadette Walsh (Skibbereen R.C.) JW1x 23:22.0 79.5%

Leonie Hamel (Cork BC) JW1x 23:33.4 78.9%

Sarah Higgins (Cork BC) JW1x 23:36.9 78.7%

Sarah Allen (Bann RC) JW1x 23:37.9 78.6%

Fionna Murtagh (GRC) JW1x 23:44.1 78.3%

Roisin Merz (Shandon B.C.) JW1x 23:50.0 78.0%

Jasmine English (MCB) JW1x 23:51.9 77.9%

Phoebe Mulligan (Portora BC) JW1x 23:56.4 77.6%

Aoife Cooper (Muckross RC) JW1x 23:59.9 77.4%

Kara O'Connor (Muckross RC) JW1x 24:18.3 76.5%

Sadhbh Cassidy (Neptune R.C.) JW1x 24:18.8 76.4%

Maria Gregson (MCB) JW1x 24:20.3 76.4%

Katherine Cremin (Muckross RC) JW1x 24:31.5 75.8%

Claire Silke (Castleconnell Boat Club) JW1x 25:01.4 74.3%

Megan McLaughlin (Cork BC) JW1x 25:03.0 74.2%

Crainne Malone (Col. Charrian) JW1x 25:11.9 73.7%

Megan Donnelly (GRC) JW1x 25:23.2 73.2%

Zoe Hyde (Killorglin RC) JW1x 25:33.5 72.7%

Henry Millar/Lloyd Seaman (Portora BC/Portora BC) JM2- 19:47.5 82.2%

Kevin Keohane/Niall Crowley (Presentation College Cork) JM2- 20:05.5 81.0%

William Yeomans/Colm O'Riada (Commercial) JM2- 20:09.5 80.7%

Joel Cassells/Chris Alcorn (Bann) JM2- 20:10.4 80.7%

Aidan Kinneen/Eric McEvoy (St.Joseph's) JM2- 20:30.9 79.3%

Shane Walsh/Alan Murtagh (Galway RC) JM2- 20:40.5 78.7%

Killian Doyle/Aaron McGrath (Carlow) JM2- 20:55.3 77.8%

Brooke Edgar/Emily Hutchinson (Bann) JW2- 22:29.0 79.8%

Hanna McCarthy/Hanna O’Sullivan (St Michael’s) JW2- 22:40.7 79.1%

Ruth Gilligan/Lauren McHugh (Shannon) JW2- 22:51.9 78.5%

 

Published in Rowing

Kate O'Brien of St Michael's in Limerick recorded an outstanding time for a junior woman in the ergometer (rowing machine) test of six minutes 58 seconds at the second Natioinal Assessment at Newry today. Only one other woman, under-23 athlete Lisa Dilleen, with 6:49.2 bettered the young Limerick competitor's time. Sanita Puspure, who was ill, was a noticeable absentee, but she hopes to soon bounce back from the viral infection which prevented her taking part. Dave Neale was the fastest man, and the strong lightweight men's group performed well. Shane O'Driscoll had to withdraw due a family bereavement.

Rowing Ireland
2k Ergo Results (11th-February-2012)
FEB 2k Score
Row Labels Total
HM
David Neale (UCD ) HM 6:05.0
HMU23
Eddie Mullarkey (NUIGBC) HMU23 6:09.8
Adam Boreham (BBC) HMU23 6:12.2
Mark O'Brien (St Michaels) HMU23 6:15.6
Patrick Hughes (DUBC) HMU23 6:18.0
Sean O'Connor (NUIGBC) HMU23 6:19.0
HMU20
Matthew Wray (Bann RC) HMU20 6:21.4
HWU23
Lisa Dilleen (CITRC) HWU23 6:49.2
Monika Dukarska (Killorglin RC) HWU23 7:00.1
LM
Michael Maher (3 Castles) LM 6:14.3
Niall Kenny (UCCRC) LM 6:16.7
Anthony English (UCCRC) LM 6:19.0
Mark O'Donovan (CITRC) LM 6:21.6
Nathan O'Reilly (Tideway Scullers School) LM 6:25.6
Feargal Geraghty (NUIGBC) LM 6:29.0
LMU23
Justin Ryan (UCCRC) LMU23 6:17.0
Jonathan Mitchell (QUBBC) LMU23 6:20.2
Adam O'Donohue (Offaly RC) LMU23 6:55.3
LMU20
Conor Egan (NUIGBC) LMU20 6:46.0
Christopher Beck (RBAIRC) LMU20 6:49.8
LW
Siobhan McCrohan (Tribesmen RC) LW 7:09.3
LWU23
Claire Lambe (UCDBC) LWU23 7:11.6
Sarah Dolan (DULBC) LWU23 7:24.7
Sinead Dolan (DULBC) LWU23 7:38.8
MJ18
Henry Millar (Portora BC) MJ18 6:19.7
Fionnan McQuillan-Tolan (St.Joseph's) MJ18 6:20.9
Joel Cassells (Bann RC) MJ18 6:25.0
Andrew Griffin (Neptune R.C.) MJ18 6:25.3
Eddie Beechinor (Cork BC) MJ18 6:26.8
Patrick Boomer (MCB) MJ18 6:27.4
David Quinlan (Castleconnell Boat Club) MJ18 6:28.9
Thomas English (Neptune R.C.) MJ18 6:31.5
Andrew Bell (Col.Iognaid) MJ18 6:32.6
Cian Noone (Neptune R.C.) MJ18 6:34.4
Lloyd Seaman (Portora BC) MJ18 6:35.6
Colm O'Riada (Commercial RC) MJ18 6:36.3
James Healy (St Michaels) MJ18 6:36.4
Killian Doyle (Carlow RC) MJ18 6:37.2
Gary Thornton (Portora BC) MJ18 6:39.0
Shane Walsh (GRC) MJ18 6:41.9
Chris Alcorn (Bann RC) MJ18 6:42.0
Paudie Leonard (Skibbereen R.C.) MJ18 6:44.1
Gearoid Moore (St Michaels) MJ18 6:45.7
Kevin Molloy (Athlone B C) MJ18 6:46.0
Aodhan Burns (Skibbereen R.C.) MJ18 6:46.2
Mathew Kelly (Col.Iognaid) MJ18 6:52.3
MJ17
Paddy Hegarty (Skibbereen R.C.) MJ17 6:29.7
Kevin Keohane (Presentation College Cork) MJ17 6:34.8
Aidan Kinneen (St.Joseph's) MJ17 6:36.0
Mathew Ryan (Skibbereen R.C.) MJ17 6:37.1
Niall Crowley (Presentation College Cork) MJ17 6:39.8
Aaron McGrath (Carlow RC) MJ17 6:39.8
Andy Harrington (Shandon B.C.) MJ17 6:40.4
John Mitchel (Lee R.C.) MJ17 6:42.4
Eric McEvoy (St.Joseph's) MJ17 6:42.7
William Yeomans (Commercial RC) MJ17 6:46.1
Alan Murtagh (GRC) MJ17 6:46.2
Cathal Phelan (Offaly RC) MJ17 6:47.5
Daniel Buckley (Lee R.C.) MJ17 6:48.7
Philip Mc Entee (GRC) MJ17 6:51.9
Dylan Delargy (GRC) MJ17 7:16.2
MJ16
Kai McGlacken (Col.Iognaid) MJ16 6:49.1
Conor Carmody (Shannon RC) MJ16 6:51.6
Brian Keohane (presentation College Cork) MJ16 6:58.8
Darragh McCarthy (Col.Iognaid) MJ16 6:59.5
David O'Malley (St Michaels) MJ16 7:00.5
Kevin Fallon (St.Joseph's) MJ16 7:02.8
WJ18
Kate O'Brien (St Michaels) WJ18 6:58.0
Katie Cromie (Portora BC) WJ18 7:09.2
Hanna O'Sullivan (St Michaels) WJ18 7:30.0
Aileen Crowley (Muckross RC) WJ18 7:32.7
Sarah Allen (Bann RC) WJ18 7:33.5
Emily Hutchinson (Bann RC) WJ18 7:35.7
Brooke Edgar (Bann RC) WJ18 7:36.3
Roisin Merz (Shandon B.C.) WJ18 7:37.7
Sarah Higgins (Cork BC) WJ18 7:41.5
Maria Gregson (MCB) WJ18 7:45.3
Sadhbh Cassidy (Neptune R.C.) WJ18 7:46.8
Aoife Cooper (Muckross RC) WJ18 7:47.5
Sally O'Brien (Neptune R.C.) WJ18 7:53.6
WJ17
Hilary Shinnick (Fermoy RC) WJ17 7:07.9
Bridget Jacques (BBC) WJ17 7:08.0
Leonie Hamel (Cork BC) WJ17 7:28.5
Lauren McHugh (Shannon RC) WJ17 7:32.3
Hanna McCarthy (St Michaels) WJ17 7:32.9
Ruth Gilligan (Shannon RC) WJ17 7:34.1
Fionna Murtagh (GRC) WJ17 7:37.4
Bernadett Walsh (Skibbereen R.C.) WJ17 7:40.0
Phoebe Mulligan (Portora BC) WJ17 7:45.6
WJ16
Claire Beechinor (Cork BC) WJ16 7:39.9
Zoe Hyde (Killorglin RC) WJ16 7:42.1
Jasmine English (MCB) WJ16 7:42.5
Megan McLaughlin (Cork BC) WJ16 7:49.3
Megan Donnelly (GRC) WJ16 7:50.8
Katherine Cremin (Muckross RC) WJ16 7:52.5
Crainne Malone (Col. Charrian) WJ16 7:54.1
Claire Silke (Castleconnell Boat Club) WJ16 7:58.7
Kara O'Connor (Muckross RC) WJ16 7:59.4

Published in Rowing

ROWING: Carrick Rowing Club are delighted that more than 100 crews have entered the Apollo Duck Head of the Shannon in Carrick on Shannon on Saturday, February 18th. There will be two time trial events on the day with crews racing over a 5km stretch of river from south of Carrick back into town. The finish line and viewing area is situated at the boardwalk where crews will be seen going hard for the last few hundred metres.

 The entry features a great representation from Ulster: Bann, Belfast Rowing Club, Belfast Boat Club, Lagan Scullers, City of Derry and Lady Victoria. Portora Club from Enniskillen are also travelling the shorter distance, as are Sligo Rowing Club. Athlone Rowing Club have entered lots of crews, from Junior 15 boys and girls right through to masters rowers.

From Galway, Tribesmen Rowing Club and St. Joseph’s School are set to travel with many up-and-coming rowers. Commercial, Three Castles and Garda Siochana travel from the east of the country.

 The influx will provide a welcome boost to the local economy at a time when things are generally quiet. Details can be found at the event website www.HeadoftheShannon.com while the club welcomes any offers of help on the day.

Published in Rowing

ROWING: Over 500 crews competed at the St Michael’s Head of the River at O’Brien’s Bridge today. Category wins were spread across the country. St Michael’s were the fastest senior eight and the NUIG intermediate crew fastest overall on a very good day for the the college club. Offaly man Dave Neale of UCD was the top single sculler, and Killorglin’s Monika Dukarska was the fastest senior woman. Trinity of Dublin, who provided the top women's senior eight, were also strong across a number of categories.

St Michael’s Head of the River

Results

MS 8 Men's Senior 8
1 163 St. Michael's R.C. MS 8 10:07
2 164 Castleconnell BC/Garda Siochana BC/UL MS 8 10:08
MS 4 Men's Senior 4
1 241 Castleconnell BC/UL MS 4X 10:33
2 240 Skibbereen R.C. MS 4X 10:44
3 237 St. Michael's R.C. MS 4- 10:46
4 234 Neptune R.C. MS 4+ 11:08
5 235 U.C.C. R.C. MS 4+ 11:18
6 239 Garda Siochana BC/UL MS 4- 11:21
7 236 Castleconnell BC/UL MS 4+ 11:24
MS 2- Men's Senior 2-
1 1 St. Michael's R.C. MS 2- 12:09
2 2 Castleconnell B.C. MS 2- 12:14
3 4 U.C.D. B.C. A MS 2- 12:18
4 3 Skibbereen R.C. MS 2- 12:36
MS 2X Men's Senior 2X
1 424 Muckross R.C./U.L. R.C. MS 2X 11:50
MS 1X Men's Senior 1X
1 90 U.C.D. B.C. Neale MS 1X 12:12
2 87 U.C.C. R.C. Whooley MS 1X 12:35
3 86 Skibbereen R.C. Murphy MS 1X 12:49
4 81 Castleconnell B.C. Pidgeon MS 1X 13:03
5 84 Offaly R.C. O'Donohue MS 1X 13:05
6 92 U.L. R.C. Sheehan MS 1X 13:14
7 93 U.L. R.C. Egan MS 1X 13:39
8 85 Offaly R.C. O'Donohue MS 1X 14:16
MI 8 Men's Intermediate 8
1 168 N.U.I.Galway B.C. B MI 8 09:58
2 167 N.U.I.Galway B.C. A MI 8 09:59
3 165 Muckross R.C. A MI 8 10:51
4 170 U.C.D. B.C. B MI 8 10:52
5 169 U.C.D. B.C. A MI 8 11:00
6 166 Muckross R.C. B MI 8 11:11
7 257 N.U.I.Galway B.C. B MI 8 11:13
MI 4 Men's Intermediate 4
1 246 N.U.I.Galway B.C. A MI 4+ 11:01
2 254 U.C.D. B.C. B MI 4- 11:08
3 248 St. Michael's R.C. MI 4+ 11:21
4 245 D.U.B.C. B MI 4+ 11:23
5 251 U.C.D. B.C. B MI 4+ 11:23
6 247 N.U.I.Galway B.C. B MI 4+ 11:26
7 250 U.C.D. B.C. A MI 4+ 11:27
8 256 N.U.I.Galway B.C. A MI 4X 11:28
9 253 U.C.D. B.C. A MI 4- 11:32
10 244 D.U.B.C. A MI 4+ 11:34
11 249 U.C.C. R.C. MI 4+ 11:56
12 242 Commercial R.C. MI 4+ 12:00
13 255 Athlunkard B.C. MI 4X 12:06
14 252 U.C.D. B.C. C MI 4+ 12:10
15 243 Cork B.C. MI 4+ 12:31
MI 2- Men's Intermediate 2-
1 13 N.U.I.Galway B.C. A MI 2- 11:57
2 12 Neptune R.C. MI 2- 12:08
3 16 U.C.C. R.C. A MI 2- 12:22
4 17 U.C.C. R.C. B MI 2- 12:25
5 18 U.C.D. B.C. A MI 2- 12:32
6 11 D.U.B.C. C MI 2- 12:35
7 21 U.C.D. B.C. D MI 2- 12:36
8 14 N.U.I.Galway B.C. B MI 2- 12:37
9 8 Commercial R.C. B MI 2- 12:46
10 20 U.C.D. B.C. C MI 2- 12:51
11 7 Commercial R.C. A MI 2- 12:59
12 9 D.U.B.C. A MI 2- 13:02
13 19 U.C.D. B.C. B MI 2- 13:32
MI 2X Men's Intermediate 2X
1 435 U.C.D. B.C. A MI 2X 11:26
2 425 Clonmel R.C. MI 2X 11:54
3 428 Neptune R.C. MI 2X 11:57
4 427 Garda Siochana B.C. B MI 2X 12:12
5 426 Garda Siochana B.C. A MI 2X 12:16
6 432 St. Michael's R.C. B MI 2X 12:29
7 436 U.C.D. B.C. B MI 2X 12:39
8 429 Skibbereen R.C. MI 2X 12:40
9 433 Three Castles R.C. A MI 2X 15:01
MI 1X Men's Intermediate 1X
1 119 N.U.I.Galway B.C. O'Connor MI 1X 12:21
2 128 U.C.D. B.C. Hughes MI 1X 12:28
3 122 Skibbereen R.C. Hurley MI 1X 12:32
4 115 Neptune R.C. Bailey MI 1X 12:34
5 95 St. Michael's R.C. O'Connor MI 1X 12:34
6 100 D.U.B.C. Hughes MI 1X 12:35
7 99 Clonmel R.C. Mc Carthy MI 1X 12:40
8 129 U.C.D. B.C. Barrett MI 1X 12:42
9 98 Clonmel R.C. Prendergast MI 1X 12:43
10 101 D.U.B.C. Mc Caffrey MI 1X 12:51
11 96 St. Michael's R.C. Cullinane MI 1X 12:54
12 97 St. Michael's R.C. O'Connor MI 1X 13:06
13 104 D.U.B.C. Flaherty MI 1X 13:12
14 116 Neptune R.C. Harwood MI 1X 13:23
15 111 Garda Siochana B.C. Kelly MI 1X 13:32
16 124 Skibbereen R.C. O'Driscoll MI 1X 13:37
17 105 D.U.B.C. Keegan MI 1X 13:40
18 121 Offaly R.C. Gannon MI 1X 13:48
19 110 D.U.B.C. Kelly MI 1X 13:50
20 107 D.U.B.C. Crushell MI 1X 13:55
21 108 D.U.B.C. Rooney MI 1X 14:00
22 113 Garda Siochana B.C. Murphy MI 1X 14:12
23 109 D.U.B.C. Rawlinson MI 1X 14:16
24 114 Garda Siochana B.C. Murphy MI 1X 14:22
25 106 D.U.B.C. Dolan MI 1X 14:39
26 112 Garda Siochana B.C. MacEoin MI 1X 14:47
27 118 N.U.I.Galway B.C. Geraghty MI 1X 15:30
28 102 D.U.B.C. Callanan MI 1X 16:12
29 125 Three Castles R.C. Murphy MI 1X 16:44
30 126 Three Castles R.C. Murphy MI 1X 16:47
MJ18 8 Men's Junior 18 8
1 177 St. Michael's R.C. MJ18 8 10:43
2 175 Fermoy R.C. MJ18 8 10:57
3 176 Neptune R.C. MJ18 8 11:21
4 171 Blackrock College RC A MJ18 8 11:51
5 172 Blackrock College RC B MJ18 8 13:14
6 173 Colaiste Chiarain MJ18 8 13:57
MJ18 4 Men's Junior 18 4
1 290 Presentation College R.C. C MJ18 4X 10:48
2 293 Skibbereen R.C. MJ18 4X 10:54
3 284 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. A MJ18 4X 11:10
4 287 Cork B.C. MJ18 4X 11:15
5 285 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. B MJ18 4X 11:17
6 296 St. Michael's R.C. B MJ18 4X 11:19
7 292 Shannon R.C. MJ18 4X 11:29
8 278 Presentation College R.C. MJ18 4+ 11:30
9 289 Presentation College R.C. B MJ18 4X 11:31
10 295 St. Michael's R.C. A MJ18 4X 11:32
11 281 St. Michael's R.C. A MJ18 4+ 11:37
12 279 St. Joseph's College R.C. A MJ18 4+ 11:38
13 280 St. Joseph's College R.C. B MJ18 4+ 11:43
14 283 Castleconnell B.C. MJ18 4X 11:54
15 282 St. Michael's R.C. B MJ18 4+ 11:58
16 277 Fermoy R.C. MJ18 4+ 12:01
17 288 Fermoy R.C. MJ18 4X 12:39
18 275 Blackrock College RC MJ18 4+ 13:20
19 297 Tralee R.C. MJ18 4X 13:22
20 291 Shandon B.C. MJ18 4X 17:11
MJ18 2- Men's Junior 18 2-
1 25 Commercial R.C. MJ18 2- 12:05
2 26 Presentation College R.C. MJ18 2- 12:09
3 31 St. Joseph's College R.C. C MJ18 2- 12:29
4 32 St. Joseph's College R.C. D MJ18 2- 12:42
5 23 St. Michael's R.C. A MJ18 2- 13:01
6 24 St. Michael's R.C. B MJ18 2- 13:07
MJ18 2X Men's Junior 18 2X
1 437 Castleconnell B.C. MJ18 2X 11:34
2 458 Skibbereen R.C. B MJ18 2X 11:39
3 442 Commercial R.C. A MJ18 2X 12:05
4 457 Skibbereen R.C. A MJ18 2X 12:11
5 465 St. Michael's R.C. B MJ18 2X 12:25
6 453 Neptune R.C. B MJ18 2X 12:26
7 464 St. Michael's R.C. A MJ18 2X 12:35
8 441 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. MJ18 2X 12:42
9 454 Offaly R.C. MJ18 2X 12:45
10 450 Graiguenamanagh R.C. A MJ18 2X 12:46
11 438 Clonmel R.C. MJ18 2X 12:48
12 443 Commercial R.C. B MJ18 2X 12:49
13 459 Skibbereen R.C. C MJ18 2X 12:50
14 455 Presentation College R.C. A MJ18 2X 13:03
15 451 Graiguenamanagh R.C. B MJ18 2X 13:09
16 448 Fermoy R.C. B MJ18 2X 13:16
17 439 Colaiste Chiarain A MJ18 2X 13:19
18 461 St. Joseph's College R.C. C MJ18 2X 13:23
19 440 Colaiste Chiarain B MJ18 2X 13:39
20 462 St. Joseph's College R.C. D MJ18 2X 13:39
21 444 Commercial R.C. C MJ18 2X 13:46
22 456 Presentation College R.C. B MJ18 2X 13:48
23 449 Fermoy R.C. C MJ18 2X 13:50
24 446 Cork B.C. MJ18 2X 14:45
25 445 Commercial R.C. D MJ18 2X 20:21
MJ18 1X Men's Junior 18 1X
1 130 Castleconnell B.C. Quinlan MJ18 1X 12:35
2 134 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. Bell MJ18 1X 12:50
3 153 Shandon B.C. Casey MJ18 1X 13:07
4 143 Cork B.C. Beechinor MJ18 1X 13:09
5 161 U.L. R.C. Aherne MJ18 1X 13:29
6 148 Graiguenamanagh R.C. Schone MJ18 1X 13:32
7 157 Shannon R.C. Devereux MJ18 1X 13:35
8 144 D.U.B.C. Mannix MJ18 1X 13:42
9 140 Cork B.C. Peilow MJ18 1X 13:42
10 151 Offaly R.C. Grogan MJ18 1X 13:43
11 139 Cork B.C. Mc Carthy MJ18 1X 13:44
12 149 Graiguenamanagh R.C. Murphy MJ18 1X 13:50
13 156 Shannon R.C. Rohan MJ18 1X 13:52
14 147 Graiguenamanagh R.C. Duffy MJ18 1X 13:56
15 138 Cork B.C. Burgess MJ18 1X 14:05
16 137 Commercial R.C. D'Estelle-Roe MJ18 1X 14:23
17 131 Clonmel R.C. Allen MJ18 1X 14:26
18 152 Offaly R.C. Walsh MJ18 1X 14:41
19 162 Waterford B.C. Corrigan MJ18 1X 14:44
20 150 Graiguenamanagh R.C. Murphy MJ18 1X 15:01
21 145 Fermoy R.C. Fisher MJ18 1X 15:03
22 160 Tralee R.C. Sugrue MJ18 1X 15:10
23 142 Cork B.C. Hegarty MJ18 1X 15:33
24 146 Fermoy R.C. O'Mahoney MJ18 1X 19:07
25 133 Colaiste Chiarain Bridgeman MJ18 1X 24:12
MN 8 Men's Novice 8
1 178 D.U.B.C. A MN 8 10:43
2 183 U.C.D. B.C. A MN 8 10:49
3 186 U.C.D. B.C. D MN 8 11:06
4 181 D.U.B.C. D MN 8 11:42
5 179 D.U.B.C. B MN 8 11:48
6 184 U.C.D. B.C. B MN 8 11:52
7 182 D.U.B.C. E MN 8 12:07
8 185 U.C.D. B.C. C MN 8 12:07
9 180 D.U.B.C. C MN 8 12:24
MN 4 Men's Novice 4
1 258 D.U.B.C. MN 4+ 12:08
2 261 Neptune R.C. MN 4X+ 12:10
3 260 Athlunkard B.C. MN 4X+ 12:29
4 259 N.U.I.Galway B.C. MN 4+ 12:40
5 264 Shandon B.C. MN 4X+ 12:56
6 263 N.U.I.Galway B.C. B MN 4X+ 13:07
7 262 N.U.I.Galway B.C. A MN 4X+ 13:49
MN 2X Men's Novice 2X
1 467 Clonmel R.C. A MN 2X 12:26
2 468 Clonmel R.C. B MN 2X 12:52
3 473 U.C.D. B.C. B MN 2X 14:30
4 471 U.C.D. B.C. A MN 2X 15:40
5 470 Shandon B.C. MN 2X 20:58
MN 1X Men's Novice 1X
1 512 D.U.B.C. Riegel MN 1X 12:31
2 518 Offaly R.C. Gannon MN 1X 13:21
3 520 U.C.D. B.C. Tracey MN 1X 13:31
4 507 Clonmel R.C. Murphy MN 1X 13:56
5 509 D.U.B.C. Kavanagh MN 1X 14:05
6 521 Waterford B.C. Corrigan MN 1X 14:36
7 516 D.U.B.C. Geheber MN 1X 15:06
8 510 D.U.B.C. Mc Cormick MN 1X 15:34
9 508 D.U.B.C. Pearson MN 1X 15:44
10 515 D.U.B.C. Morgan MN 1X 16:32
11 511 D.U.B.C. Dunne MN 1X 16:39
12 517 D.U.B.C. Bradshaw MN 1X 18:00
13 513 D.U.B.C. Nevin MN 1X 22:46
MJ16 8 Men's Junior 16 8
1 199 Neptune R.C. A MJ16 8 10:52
2 202 St. Joseph's College R.C. B MJ16 8 11:01
3 194 Clonmel R.C. MJ16 8 11:17
4 201 Presentation College R.C. MJ16 8 11:22
5 195 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. A MJ16 8 11:23
6 203 St. Joseph's College R.C. C MJ16 8 11:28
7 196 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. B MJ16 8 11:37
8 200 Neptune R.C. B MJ16 8 11:37
9 198 Muckross R.C. MJ16 8 12:35
10 204 St. Joseph's College R.C. D MJ16 8 13:51
11 206 St. Michael's R.C. MJ16 8 15:47
12 197 Fermoy R.C. MJ16 8 16:07
13 205 St. Joseph's College R.C. E MJ16 8 16:22
MJ16 4 Men's Junior 16 4
1 311 Neptune R.C. MJ16 4X+ 11:24
2 315 Skibbereen R.C. MJ16 4X+ 11:38
3 307 Cork B.C. MJ16 4X+ 11:42
4 302 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. A MJ16 4X+ 11:42
5 301 Clonmel R.C. MJ16 4X+ 11:47
6 312 Presentation College R.C. MJ16 4X+ 11:52
7 304 Commercial R.C. A MJ16 4X+ 12:03
8 316 St. Joseph's College R.C. B MJ16 4X+ 12:07
9 300 Castleconnell B.C. MJ16 4X+ 12:07
10 306 Commercial R.C. B MJ16 4X+ 12:18
11 314 Shannon R.C. MJ16 4X+ 12:24
12 313 Shandon B.C. MJ16 4X+ 12:38
13 303 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. B MJ16 4X+ 12:41
14 309 Killorglin R.C. MJ16 4X+ 12:41
15 308 Fermoy R.C. MJ16 4X+ 12:59
16 317 St. Joseph's College R.C. C MJ16 4X+ 13:06
17 319 St. Michael's R.C. B MJ16 4X+ 13:31
18 298 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. MJ16 4+ 13:34
19 299 Blackrock College RC MJ16 4X+ 13:48
20 320 Waterford B.C. MJ16 4X+ 14:06
21 310 Muckross R.C. MJ16 4X+ 14:24
22 318 St. Michael's R.C. A MJ16 4X+ 16:34
MJ15 1X Mens Junior 15 1X
1 653 Clonmel R.C. Lonergan MJ15 1X 14:37
2 654 Clonmel R.C. Lumley MJ15 1X 14:38
3 660 Presentation College R.C. Cregan MJ15 1X 14:41
4 665 Shandon B.C. Hennessy MJ15 1X 14:44
5 664 Shandon B.C. O'Sullivan MJ15 1X 15:07
6 667 Shannon R.C. Clancy MJ15 1X 15:17
7 663 Shandon B.C. Byrne MJ15 1X 15:20
8 666 Shannon R.C. Butler MJ15 1X 15:24
9 661 Presentation College R.C. Mc Carthy MJ15 1X 15:30
10 662 Presentation College R.C. O'Connell MJ15 1X 15:58
11 670 Waterford B.C. Goff MJ15 1X 16:00
12 652 Athlunkard B.C. Gallagher MJ15 1X 16:30
MJ15 4X Men's Junior 15 Coxed Quad
1 325 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. A MJ15 4X+ 12:16
2 342 Presentation College R.C. A MJ15 4X+ 12:38
3 339 Killorglin R.C. MJ15 4X+ 12:39
4 347 Shannon R.C. A MJ15 4X+ 12:41
5 338 Galway R.C. MJ15 4X+ 12:41
6 327 Commercial R.C. A MJ15 4X+ 12:49
7 322 Clonmel R.C. A MJ15 4X+ 12:58
8 326 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. B MJ15 4X+ 13:05
9 332 Cork B.C. D MJ15 4X+ 13:18
10 336 Fermoy R.C. B MJ15 4X+ 13:20
11 333 Cork B.C. E MJ15 4X+ 13:44
12 340 Muckross R.C. A MJ15 4X+ 13:48
13 328 Commercial R.C. B MJ15 4X+ 13:53
14 335 Fermoy R.C. A MJ15 4X+ 14:18
15 337 Fermoy R.C. C MJ15 4X+ 14:22
16 348 Shannon R.C. B MJ15 4X+ 14:29
17 344 Presentation College R.C. C MJ15 4X+ 14:38
18 329 Cork B.C. A MJ15 4X+ 14:41
19 343 Presentation College R.C. B MJ15 4X+ 14:41
20 324 Colaiste Chiarain MJ15 4X+ 14:48
21 321 Castleconnell B.C. MJ15 4X+ 14:52
22 350 St. Joseph's College R.C. B MJ15 4X+ 15:03
23 323 Clonmel R.C. B MJ15 4X+ 15:42
24 330 Cork B.C. B MJ15 4X+ 16:01
25 331 Cork B.C. C MJ15 4X+ 16:30
26 346 Shandon B.C. B MJ15 4X+ 16:32
27 349 St. Joseph's College R.C. A MJ15 4X+ 17:25
28 341 Muckross R.C. B MJ15 4X+ 18:50
29 334 Cork B.C. F MJ15 4X+ 19:03
MJ16 1X Men's Junior 16 1X
1 547 St. Michael's R.C. O'Malley MJ16 1X 12:53
2 543 Shannon R.C. Carmody MJ16 1X 13:07
3 533 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. Mc Carthy MJ16 1X 13:16
4 529 Castleconnell B.C. Whittle MJ16 1X 13:28
5 530 Clonmel R.C. Channon MJ16 1X 13:35
6 539 Cork B.C. Murray MJ16 1X 13:42
7 545 St. Joseph's College R.C. Fallon MJ16 1X 13:46
8 540 Cork B.C. Murphy MJ16 1X 13:53
9 544 Shannon R.C. Browne MJ16 1X 13:57
10 537 Commercial R.C. Carroll MJ16 1X 13:58
11 546 St. Joseph's College R.C. Fallon MJ16 1X 14:00
12 541 Cork B.C. Dennehy MJ16 1X 14:06
13 538 Cork B.C. Stone MJ16 1X 14:08
14 542 Shandon B.C. Hennessy MJ16 1X 14:12
15 534 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. Coyne MJ16 1X 14:24
16 532 Colaiste Chiarain Malone MJ16 1X 14:32
17 528 Athlunkard B.C. Meehan MJ16 1X 14:35
18 548 St. Michael's R.C. Browne MJ16 1X 14:50
19 535 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. Mc Inerney MJ16 1X 15:38
20 531 Clonmel R.C. Kelly MJ16 1X 15:49
21 536 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. Mc Carthy MJ16 1X 15:54
22 549 Waterford B.C. Amarillo Gomez MJ16 1X 16:37
23 651 Waterford B.C. O'Mahony MJ16 1X 16:58
MM 8 Men's Masters 8
1 190 Shannon R.C. A MM 8 11:44
2 193 Belfast R.C. MM 8 11:54
3 192 St. Michael's R.C. MM 8 11:58
4 188 Old Collegians B.C. MM 8 12:30
5 191 Shannon R.C. B MM 8 13:38
6 187 Castleconnell B.C. MM 8 14:02
MM 4 Men's Masters 4
1 274 Galway R.C. MM 4X 11:03
2 269 Galway R.C. MM 4- 11:34
3 265 Commercial R.C. MM 4+ 12:20
4 273 Carlow R.C. B MM 4X 12:21
5 272 Carlow R.C. MM 4X 13:10
6 267 Tribesmen R.C. B MM 4+ 14:41
7 266 Tribesmen R.C. A MM 4+ 14:42
8 268 Tribesmen R.C. C MM 4+ 17:33
MM 2 Men's Masters 2
1 466 Carlow R.C. MM 2X 13:26
MM 1X Men's Masters 1X
1 525 Clonmel R.C. Kinsella MM 1X 13:42
2 523 Shandon B.C. O'Flynn MM 1X 13:45
3 522 Shandon B.C. Alcock MM 1X 15:17
4 526 Carlow R.C. Dooley Jnr MM 1X 16:03
WS 8 Women's Senior 8
1 212 D.U.L.B.C. C WS 8 10:46
2 209 St. Michael's R.C. WS 8 11:17
3 207 N.U.I.Galway B.C. WS 8 11:27
4 210 D.U.L.B.C. A WS 8 11:36
5 211 D.U.L.B.C. B WS 8 11:46
6 208 Skibbereen R.C. WS 8 12:21
WS 4 Women's Senior 4
1 355 Three Castles R.C. WS 4X 11:03
2 354 Skibbereen R.C. WS 4- 12:03
3 353 N.U.I.Galway B.C. B WS 4- 12:44
WS 2- Women's Senior 2-
1 78 N.U.I.Galway B.C. WS 2- 13:37
WS 2X Women's Senior 2X
1 474 Skibbereen R.C. WS 2X 12:28
WS 1X Women's Senior 1X
1 42 Killorglin R.C. Dukarska WS 1X 13:16
2 36 Three Castles R.C. Moran WS 1X 13:40
3 34 Skibbereen R.C. Fitzgerald WS 1X 13:43
4 35 Three Castles R.C. Quinn WS 1X 13:50
5 44 U.L. R.C. O'Sullivan WS 1X 13:53
6 37 Three Castles R.C. Walshe WS 1X 13:55
7 43 U.L. R.C. O'Sullivan WS 1X 14:02
8 40 Three Castles R.C. Jacob WS 1X 15:19
WI 8 Women's Intermediate 8
1 214 N.U.I.Galway B.C. WI 8 12:11
2 213 Commercial R.C. WI 8 12:19
WI 4 Women's Intermediate 4
1 360 N.U.I.Galway B.C. B WI 4+ 13:15
2 362 U.C.C. R.C. B WI 4+ 13:22
3 359 N.U.I.Galway B.C. A WI 4+ 13:24
4 356 Commercial R.C. A WI 4+ 13:24
5 361 U.C.C. R.C. A WI 4+ 13:45
6 357 Commercial R.C. B WI 4+ 13:52
WI 2X Women's Intermediate 2X
1 475 Fermoy R.C. A WI 2X 13:33
WI 1X Women's Intermediate 1X
1 48 D.U.L.B.C. Dolan WI 1X 13:51
2 49 D.U.L.B.C. Dolan WI 1X 13:57
3 46 St. Michael's R.C. Leahy WI 1X 14:03
4 45 St. Michael's R.C. O'Keeffe WI 1X 14:05
WJ18 8 Women's Junior 18 8
1 216 Muckross R.C. WJ18 8 12:09
2 215 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. WJ18 8 13:12
WJ18 4 Women's Junior 18 4
1 388 Shandon B.C. WJ18 4X 12:05
2 383 Cork B.C. WJ18 4X 12:12
3 391 Skibbereen R.C. WJ18 4X 12:23
4 389 Shannon R.C. A WJ18 4X 12:24
5 386 Muckross R.C. WJ18 4X 12:29
6 378 St. Michael's R.C. A WJ18 4- 12:30
7 381 Castleconnell B.C. WJ18 4X 12:34
8 390 Shannon R.C. B WJ18 4X 12:38
9 382 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. WJ18 4X 13:01
10 380 Athlunkard B.C. WJ18 4X 13:15
11 375 Graiguenamanagh R.C. A WJ18 4+ 13:16
12 376 Graiguenamanagh R.C. B WJ18 4+ 13:29
13 377 Clonmel R.C. WJ18 4- 13:30
14 392 St. Michael's R.C. WJ18 4X 13:52
15 387 Offaly R.C. WJ18 4X 14:09
16 385 Fermoy R.C. B WJ18 4X 15:09
17 384 Fermoy R.C. A WJ18 4X 15:14
WJ18 2- Women's Junior 18 2-
1 80 Shannon R.C. WJ18 2- 14:04
2 79 Shandon B.C. WJ18 2- 15:03
WJ18 2X Women's Junior 18 2X
1 496 Skibbereen R.C. A WJ18 2X 12:59
2 495 Shandon B.C. B WJ18 2X 13:12
3 492 Neptune R.C. A WJ18 2X 13:15
4 491 Muckross R.C. C WJ18 2X 13:33
5 490 Muckross R.C. B WJ18 2X 13:36
6 479 Castleconnell B.C. A WJ18 2X 13:57
7 499 Skibbereen R.C. C WJ18 2X 13:58
8 486 Fermoy R.C. A WJ18 2X 14:02
9 481 Clonmel R.C. WJ18 2X 14:04
10 480 Castleconnell B.C. B WJ18 2X 14:12
11 493 Neptune R.C. B WJ18 2X 14:16
12 478 Athlunkard B.C. WJ18 2X 14:27
13 484 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. WJ18 2X 14:31
14 485 Cork B.C. WJ18 2X 14:31
15 483 Colaiste Chiarain B WJ18 2X 14:35
16 488 Graiguenamanagh R.C. WJ18 2X 14:44
17 494 Shandon B.C. A WJ18 2X 14:51
18 489 Muckross R.C. A WJ18 2X 14:56
19 497 Skibbereen R.C. B WJ18 2X 15:00
20 500 Tralee R.C. WJ18 2X 16:23
21 501 Waterford B.C. WJ18 2X 16:54
22 482 Colaiste Chiarain A WJ18 2X 17:56
WJ18 1X Women's Junior 18 1X
1 63 Fermoy R.C. Shinnick WJ18 1X 13:38
2 55 St. Michael's R.C. O'Brien WJ18 1X 13:52
3 56 St. Michael's R.C. O'Brien WJ18 1X 14:03
4 71 Shandon B.C. Horgan WJ18 1X 14:08
5 69 Neptune R.C. O'Brien WJ18 1X 14:16
6 60 Cork B.C. Hamel WJ18 1X 14:23
7 53 St. Michael's R.C. Sherin WJ18 1X 14:29
8 59 Cork B.C. Higgins WJ18 1X 14:29
9 68 Muckross R.C. Crowley WJ18 1X 14:29
10 70 Neptune R.C. Cassidy WJ18 1X 14:30
11 64 Graiguenamanagh R.C. Ryan WJ18 1X 14:52
12 66 Muckross R.C. Cooper WJ18 1X 14:55
13 72 Shandon B.C. Lingwood WJ18 1X 15:10
14 57 Castleconnell B.C. Donnegan WJ18 1X 15:16
15 51 St. Michael's R.C. Hartnett WJ18 1X 15:24
16 65 Graiguenamanagh R.C. Murphy WJ18 1X 15:25
17 62 Cork B.C. Devine WJ18 1X 15:31
18 61 Cork B.C. Power WJ18 1X 15:34
19 58 Castleconnell B.C. Mc Devitt WJ18 1X 15:49
20 52 St. Michael's R.C. Mc Evoy WJ18 1X 16:00
21 54 St. Michael's R.C. Sheehan WJ18 1X 16:07
22 74 Skibbereen R.C. Hegarty WJ18 1X 16:25
23 75 Tralee R.C. Deady WJ18 1X 16:41
24 76 Tralee R.C. O'Donnell WJ18 1X 17:44
WN 8 Women's Novice 8
1 230 U.L. R.C. B WN 8 12:25
2 217 Athlunkard B.C. WN 8 13:02
3 219 Commercial R.C. WN 8 13:07
4 229 U.L. R.C. A WN 8 13:09
5 228 Shannon R.C. B WN 8 13:14
6 223 N.U.I.Galway B.C. A WN 8 13:18
7 226 N.U.I.Galway B.C. D WN 8 13:25
8 227 Shannon R.C. A WN 8 13:30
9 218 Clonmel R.C. WN 8 13:34
10 224 N.U.I.Galway B.C. B WN 8 13:38
11 225 N.U.I.Galway B.C. C WN 8 13:40
12 222 D.U.L.B.C. C WN 8 13:51
13 221 D.U.L.B.C. B WN 8 14:57
14 220 D.U.L.B.C. A WN 8 14:57
WN 4 Women's Novice 4
1 370 D.U.L.B.C. WN 4X+ 13:08
2 364 D.U.L.B.C. WN 4+ 13:18
3 363 Commercial R.C. WN 4+ 13:55
4 368 Clonmel R.C. WN 4X+ 14:20
5 369 Clonmel R.C. WN 4X+ 15:00
6 371 Shandon B.C. WN 4X+ 15:24
7 372 Tribesmen R.C. A WN 4X+ 15:59
8 367 Athlunkard B.C. WN 4X+ 16:11
9 373 Tribesmen R.C. B WN 4X+ 16:34
WN 2X Women's Novice 2X
1 503 D.U.L.B.C. B WN 2X 13:57
2 504 Galway R.C. WN 2X 14:30
3 502 D.U.L.B.C. A WN 2X 15:34
4 506 Shannon R.C. WN 2X 15:47
5 505 Neptune R.C. WN 2X 23:10
WN 1X Women's Novice 1X
1 675 St. Michael's R.C. Gill WN 1X 14:45
2 672 Commercial R.C. Foley WN 1X 14:54
3 673 D.U.L.B.C. O'Neill WN 1X 15:30
4 674 N.U.I.Galway B.C. Donnelly WN 1X 15:43
WJ16 8 Women's Junior 16 8
1 232 Shannon R.C. B WJ16 8 12:35
2 231 Shannon R.C. A WJ16 8 12:58
3 233 St. Michael's R.C. WJ16 8 15:28
WJ16 4 Women's Junior 16 4
1 406 Killorglin R.C. A WJ15 4+ 13:02
2 395 Muckross R.C. WJ16 4X+ 13:20
3 399 St. Michael's R.C. A WJ16 4X+ 13:24
4 419 Skibbereen R.C. B WJ15 4+ 13:25
5 398 Skibbereen R.C. WJ16 4X+ 13:38
6 407 Killorglin R.C. B WJ15 4+ 13:42
7 393 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. WJ16 4+ 13:43
8 418 Skibbereen R.C. A WJ15 4+ 13:46
9 397 Skibbereen R.C. WJ16 4X+ 14:07
10 396 Shandon B.C. WJ16 4X+ 14:12
11 405 Galway R.C. WJ15 4+ 14:13
12 417 Shannon R.C. E WJ15 4+ 14:44
13 394 Colaiste Chiarain WJ16 4X+ 14:58
14 421 St. Michael's R.C. A WJ15 4+ 15:15
15 411 Shandon B.C. A WJ15 4+ 15:29
16 410 Muckross R.C. D WJ15 4+ 15:35
17 402 St. Michael's R.C. D WJ16 4X+ 15:55
18 416 Shannon R.C. D WJ15 4+ 15:57
19 400 St. Michael's R.C. B WJ16 4X+ 15:58
20 422 St. Michael's R.C. B WJ15 4+ 16:10
21 423 Tralee R.C. WJ15 4+ 16:11
22 401 St. Michael's R.C. C WJ16 4X+ 16:21
23 404 Colaiste Iognaid R.C. WJ15 4+ 16:41
24 415 Shannon R.C. C WJ15 4+ 17:24
25 414 Shannon R.C. B WJ15 4+ 17:34
26 408 Muckross R.C. A WJ15 4+ 17:42
27 412 Shandon B.C. B WJ15 4+ 18:43
WJ15 1X Women's Junior 15 1X
1 688 Muckross R.C. O'Connor WJ15 1X 15:03
2 687 Killorglin R.C. Hyde WJ15 1X 15:04
WJ16 1X Women's Junior 16 1X
1 678 Cork B.C. O'Riordan WJ16 1X 14:19
2 679 Fermoy R.C. Ryan WJ16 1X 14:59
3 677 Castleconnell B.C. Silke WJ16 1X 15:10
4 676 Castleconnell B.C. Griffin WJ16 1X 15:20
5 685 Tralee R.C. Ryall WJ16 1X 15:56
6 680 Fermoy R.C. Freeman WJ16 1X 16:06
7 681 Muckross R.C. Cremin WJ16 1X 16:09
8 683 Shandon B.C. Nagle WJ16 1X 16:13
9 682 Shandon B.C. Healy WJ16 1X 16:50

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The Irish Coast Guard

The Irish Coast Guard is Ireland's fourth 'Blue Light' service (along with An Garda Síochána, the Ambulance Service and the Fire Service). It provides a nationwide maritime emergency organisation as well as a variety of services to shipping and other government agencies.

The purpose of the Irish Coast Guard is to promote safety and security standards, and by doing so, prevent as far as possible, the loss of life at sea, and on inland waters, mountains and caves, and to provide effective emergency response services and to safeguard the quality of the marine environment.

The Irish Coast Guard has responsibility for Ireland's system of marine communications, surveillance and emergency management in Ireland's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) and certain inland waterways.

It is responsible for the response to, and co-ordination of, maritime accidents which require search and rescue and counter-pollution and ship casualty operations. It also has responsibility for vessel traffic monitoring.

Operations in respect of maritime security, illegal drug trafficking, illegal migration and fisheries enforcement are co-ordinated by other bodies within the Irish Government.

On average, each year, the Irish Coast Guard is expected to:

  • handle 3,000 marine emergencies
  • assist 4,500 people and save about 200 lives
  • task Coast Guard helicopters on missions

The Coast Guard has been around in some form in Ireland since 1908.

Coast Guard helicopters

The Irish Coast Guard has contracted five medium-lift Sikorsky Search and Rescue helicopters deployed at bases in Dublin, Waterford, Shannon and Sligo.

The helicopters are designated wheels up from initial notification in 15 minutes during daylight hours and 45 minutes at night. One aircraft is fitted and its crew trained for under slung cargo operations up to 3000kgs and is available on short notice based at Waterford.

These aircraft respond to emergencies at sea, inland waterways, offshore islands and mountains of Ireland (32 counties).

They can also be used for assistance in flooding, major inland emergencies, intra-hospital transfers, pollution, and aerial surveillance during daylight hours, lifting and passenger operations and other operations as authorised by the Coast Guard within appropriate regulations.

Irish Coastguard FAQs

The Irish Coast Guard provides nationwide maritime emergency response, while also promoting safety and security standards. It aims to prevent the loss of life at sea, on inland waters, on mountains and in caves; and to safeguard the quality of the marine environment.

The main role of the Irish Coast Guard is to rescue people from danger at sea or on land, to organise immediate medical transport and to assist boats and ships within the country's jurisdiction. It has three marine rescue centres in Dublin, Malin Head, Co Donegal, and Valentia Island, Co Kerry. The Dublin National Maritime Operations centre provides marine search and rescue responses and coordinates the response to marine casualty incidents with the Irish exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

Yes, effectively, it is the fourth "blue light" service. The Marine Rescue Sub-Centre (MRSC) Valentia is the contact point for the coastal area between Ballycotton, Co Cork and Clifden, Co Galway. At the same time, the MRSC Malin Head covers the area between Clifden and Lough Foyle. Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC) Dublin covers Carlingford Lough, Co Louth to Ballycotton, Co Cork. Each MRCC/MRSC also broadcasts maritime safety information on VHF and MF radio, including navigational and gale warnings, shipping forecasts, local inshore forecasts, strong wind warnings and small craft warnings.

The Irish Coast Guard handles about 3,000 marine emergencies annually, and assists 4,500 people - saving an estimated 200 lives, according to the Department of Transport. In 2016, Irish Coast Guard helicopters completed 1,000 missions in a single year for the first time.

Yes, Irish Coast Guard helicopters evacuate medical patients from offshore islands to hospital on average about 100 times a year. In September 2017, the Department of Health announced that search and rescue pilots who work 24-hour duties would not be expected to perform any inter-hospital patient transfers. The Air Corps flies the Emergency Aeromedical Service, established in 2012 and using an AW139 twin-engine helicopter. Known by its call sign "Air Corps 112", it airlifted its 3,000th patient in autumn 2020.

The Irish Coast Guard works closely with the British Maritime and Coastguard Agency, which is responsible for the Northern Irish coast.

The Irish Coast Guard is a State-funded service, with both paid management personnel and volunteers, and is under the auspices of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport. It is allocated approximately 74 million euro annually in funding, some 85 per cent of which pays for a helicopter contract that costs 60 million euro annually. The overall funding figure is "variable", an Oireachtas committee was told in 2019. Other significant expenditure items include volunteer training exercises, equipment, maintenance, renewal, and information technology.

The Irish Coast Guard has four search and rescue helicopter bases at Dublin, Waterford, Shannon and Sligo, run on a contract worth 50 million euro annually with an additional 10 million euro in costs by CHC Ireland. It provides five medium-lift Sikorsky S-92 helicopters and trained crew. The 44 Irish Coast Guard coastal units with 1,000 volunteers are classed as onshore search units, with 23 of the 44 units having rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) and 17 units having cliff rescue capability. The Irish Coast Guard has 60 buildings in total around the coast, and units have search vehicles fitted with blue lights, all-terrain vehicles or quads, first aid equipment, generators and area lighting, search equipment, marine radios, pyrotechnics and appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and Community Rescue Boats Ireland also provide lifeboats and crews to assist in search and rescue. The Irish Coast Guard works closely with the Garda Siochána, National Ambulance Service, Naval Service and Air Corps, Civil Defence, while fishing vessels, ships and other craft at sea offer assistance in search operations.

The helicopters are designated as airborne from initial notification in 15 minutes during daylight hours, and 45 minutes at night. The aircraft respond to emergencies at sea, on inland waterways, offshore islands and mountains and cover the 32 counties. They can also assist in flooding, major inland emergencies, intra-hospital transfers, pollution, and can transport offshore firefighters and ambulance teams. The Irish Coast Guard volunteers units are expected to achieve a 90 per cent response time of departing from the station house in ten minutes from notification during daylight and 20 minutes at night. They are also expected to achieve a 90 per cent response time to the scene of the incident in less than 60 minutes from notification by day and 75 minutes at night, subject to geographical limitations.

Units are managed by an officer-in-charge (three stripes on the uniform) and a deputy officer in charge (two stripes). Each team is trained in search skills, first aid, setting up helicopter landing sites and a range of maritime skills, while certain units are also trained in cliff rescue.

Volunteers receive an allowance for time spent on exercises and call-outs. What is the difference between the Irish Coast Guard and the RNLI? The RNLI is a registered charity which has been saving lives at sea since 1824, and runs a 24/7 volunteer lifeboat service around the British and Irish coasts. It is a declared asset of the British Maritime and Coast Guard Agency and the Irish Coast Guard. Community Rescue Boats Ireland is a community rescue network of volunteers under the auspices of Water Safety Ireland.

No, it does not charge for rescue and nor do the RNLI or Community Rescue Boats Ireland.

The marine rescue centres maintain 19 VHF voice and DSC radio sites around the Irish coastline and a digital paging system. There are two VHF repeater test sites, four MF radio sites and two NAVTEX transmitter sites. Does Ireland have a national search and rescue plan? The first national search and rescue plan was published in July, 2019. It establishes the national framework for the overall development, deployment and improvement of search and rescue services within the Irish Search and Rescue Region and to meet domestic and international commitments. The purpose of the national search and rescue plan is to promote a planned and nationally coordinated search and rescue response to persons in distress at sea, in the air or on land.

Yes, the Irish Coast Guard is responsible for responding to spills of oil and other hazardous substances with the Irish pollution responsibility zone, along with providing an effective response to marine casualties and monitoring or intervening in marine salvage operations. It provides and maintains a 24-hour marine pollution notification at the three marine rescue centres. It coordinates exercises and tests of national and local pollution response plans.

The first Irish Coast Guard volunteer to die on duty was Caitriona Lucas, a highly trained member of the Doolin Coast Guard unit, while assisting in a search for a missing man by the Kilkee unit in September 2016. Six months later, four Irish Coast Guard helicopter crew – Dara Fitzpatrick, Mark Duffy, Paul Ormsby and Ciarán Smith -died when their Sikorsky S-92 struck Blackrock island off the Mayo coast on March 14, 2017. The Dublin-based Rescue 116 crew were providing "top cover" or communications for a medical emergency off the west coast and had been approaching Blacksod to refuel. Up until the five fatalities, the Irish Coast Guard recorded that more than a million "man hours" had been spent on more than 30,000 rescue missions since 1991.

Several investigations were initiated into each incident. The Marine Casualty Investigation Board was critical of the Irish Coast Guard in its final report into the death of Caitriona Lucas, while a separate Health and Safety Authority investigation has been completed, but not published. The Air Accident Investigation Unit final report into the Rescue 116 helicopter crash has not yet been published.

The Irish Coast Guard in its present form dates back to 1991, when the Irish Marine Emergency Service was formed after a campaign initiated by Dr Joan McGinley to improve air/sea rescue services on the west Irish coast. Before Irish independence, the British Admiralty was responsible for a Coast Guard (formerly the Water Guard or Preventative Boat Service) dating back to 1809. The West Coast Search and Rescue Action Committee was initiated with a public meeting in Killybegs, Co Donegal, in 1988 and the group was so effective that a Government report was commissioned, which recommended setting up a new division of the Department of the Marine to run the Marine Rescue Co-Ordination Centre (MRCC), then based at Shannon, along with the existing coast radio service, and coast and cliff rescue. A medium-range helicopter base was established at Shannon within two years. Initially, the base was served by the Air Corps.

The first director of what was then IMES was Capt Liam Kirwan, who had spent 20 years at sea and latterly worked with the Marine Survey Office. Capt Kirwan transformed a poorly funded voluntary coast and cliff rescue service into a trained network of cliff and sea rescue units – largely voluntary, but with paid management. The MRCC was relocated from Shannon to an IMES headquarters at the then Department of the Marine (now Department of Transport) in Leeson Lane, Dublin. The coast radio stations at Valentia, Co Kerry, and Malin Head, Co Donegal, became marine rescue-sub-centres.

The current director is Chris Reynolds, who has been in place since August 2007 and was formerly with the Naval Service. He has been seconded to the head of mission with the EUCAP Somalia - which has a mandate to enhance Somalia's maritime civilian law enforcement capacity – since January 2019.

  • Achill, Co. Mayo
  • Ardmore, Co. Waterford
  • Arklow, Co. Wicklow
  • Ballybunion, Co. Kerry
  • Ballycotton, Co. Cork
  • Ballyglass, Co. Mayo
  • Bonmahon, Co. Waterford
  • Bunbeg, Co. Donegal
  • Carnsore, Co. Wexford
  • Castlefreake, Co. Cork
  • Castletownbere, Co. Cork
  • Cleggan, Co. Galway
  • Clogherhead, Co. Louth
  • Costelloe Bay, Co. Galway
  • Courtown, Co. Wexford
  • Crosshaven, Co. Cork
  • Curracloe, Co. Wexford
  • Dingle, Co. Kerry
  • Doolin, Co. Clare
  • Drogheda, Co. Louth
  • Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
  • Dunmore East, Co. Waterford
  • Fethard, Co. Wexford
  • Glandore, Co. Cork
  • Glenderry, Co. Kerry
  • Goleen, Co. Cork
  • Greencastle, Co. Donegal
  • Greenore, Co. Louth
  • Greystones, Co. Wicklow
  • Guileen, Co. Cork
  • Howth, Co. Dublin
  • Kilkee, Co. Clare
  • Killala, Co. Mayo
  • Killybegs, Co. Donegal
  • Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford
  • Knightstown, Co. Kerry
  • Mulroy, Co. Donegal
  • North Aran, Co. Galway
  • Old Head Of Kinsale, Co. Cork
  • Oysterhaven, Co. Cork
  • Rosslare, Co. Wexford
  • Seven Heads, Co. Cork
  • Skerries, Co. Dublin Summercove, Co. Cork
  • Toe Head, Co. Cork
  • Tory Island, Co. Donegal
  • Tramore, Co. Waterford
  • Waterville, Co. Kerry
  • Westport, Co. Mayo
  • Wicklow
  • Youghal, Co. Cork

Sources: Department of Transport © Afloat 2020

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