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ROWING: The weather defied the forecast and rowers enjoyed calm and dry rowing conditions for the majority of the day at the Muckross Head of the River today. Skibbereen RC and Lee RC shared top spoils on the day with five pennant wins each – heading up a competition with over 380 entries representing 24 clubs. The Skibbereen Men’s Intermediate Eight was fastest home on the day in an impressive time of 09:50 over the course measured at 3.800 metres. The Mens’ Senior Quad was contested by six crews with a tie for first place as Skibbereen crew was matched by the composite of Waterford/Castleconnell/Shandon in a time of 10:10. The Men’s Intermediate Four was won by UCC who also picked up the Men’s Intermediate Pair title. Waterford were victors in the field of 10 entries for the Men’s Intermediate Double.

The accolade of fastest single sculler went to Damien Kelly of Garda Boat Club who the Men’s Intermediate Scull in a time of 12:05.

Clonmel were dominant in the Men’s Novice events, fastest in the Quad, Double and Single Sculls.

At junior level, Shandon Boat Club recorded the fastest junior time as their Junior Men’s Quad secured their win in a time of 10:16. Shandon also took the title in the Men’s Masters Scull.

Shannon, with the advantage in age, took home the Men’s Junior Four pennant while Skibbereen RC impressed to win the Men’s Junior 18 Double.

Waterford Boat Club were winners of the Men’s Junior 18 Single but it was the clubs of Cork who stole a march at Men’s Junior 16 Level. Cork Boat Club won both Junior 16 Eight and Quad in addition to the Junior 15 Quad. Lee RC and Fermoy RC were winners in the Junior 16 Double and Single events respectively. Skibbereen were again on form with the fastest row in the Men’s Junior 15 Double while the show of strength by Lee RC in junior sculling earned the club another victory in the Men’s Junior 15 Scull. The fastest Junior 14 crew was the Shandon Boat Club Quad.

The DULBC Senior Eight was the fastest women's crew in a time of 10:54 and the Trinity ladies also took the Senior Pair pennant. In the Women's Senior Four, just one second was the difference between winners Cork Boat Club and the composite of Shannon/UCD/Killorglin. In the Intemediate Eight, DULBC also secured victory by the smallest of margins with one second over UCC. Amy Bulman of UCC scooped the Senior Single Sculls while O'Neill of Garda BC was the fastest Intermediate Sculler. Garda also flexed their muscle with another win in the Intermediate Double.

The Women's Junior events offered a wealth of competition with 20 scullers contesting the Junior 18 Single and 16 entrants in the Junior 16 Single. A large field of crews contested all categories at Junior 15 and Junior 14 level. Skibbereen stole a march in the Women's Junior Quad while host club Muckross were victors in the Junior Double. Hegarty of Skibbereen was a deserved winner in the Women's Junior 18 Single. Shandon were sole entrants in the Junior 16 Four with three crews.

Clonmel RC were victors in the Women's Junior 16 Double while Lee RC led the way to win the Junior 16 Single. Shandon Boat Club showed the way for junior crews in the big boat, taking the Women's Junior 15 Eight pennant back Leeside.

Castleconnell earned its share of the prizes with wins in both Women\s Junior 15 Quad and Double. Lee's dominance in junior sculling was further advanced with their win in the Women's Junior 15 Single while Lee also struck gold in a large field of Junior 14 Quad entries.

The organisers were extremely pleased with the support received on the day and appreciated the effort of all clubs to move the large entry of crews through the single rolling head with great efficiency.


Saturday 6 December 2014 3800m
9am - 3pm Rolling Head OVERALL RESULTS
Category Crew Name Start Finish Result
Skibbereen RC 331 M I 8+ M I 8+ F McCarthy 02:49:16 02:59:06 00:09:50
UCC RC 355 M S 8+ M S 8+ D O'Leary 01:23:12 01:33:15 00:10:03
Skibbereen RC 330 M S 4x- M S 4x- B J McCarthy 00:59:03 01:09:13 00:10:10
W'ford/C'conn/Shandon 393 M S 4x- M S 4x- A Goff 01:14:50 01:25:00 00:10:10
Shandon BC 279 M J18 4x- M J18 4x- A S O'Sullivan 05:18:21 05:28:37 00:10:16
Cork BC 49 M J16 8+ M J16 8+ K White 04:54:11 05:04:28 00:10:17
Skibbereen RC 329 M S 4x- M S 4x- A E Rowan 01:04:53 01:15:18 00:10:25
Shandon BC 266 M S 4x- M S 4x- D Smith 00:58:01 01:08:32 00:10:31
Shandon/Cork/Belfast 311 M S 4x- M S 4x- S O'Sullivan 01:14:05 01:24:40 00:10:35
UCC RC 356 M S 4- M S 4- D O'Leary 05:33:31 05:44:12 00:10:41
Lee RC 135 M J18 4x- M J18 4x- R Hill 05:28:16 05:39:08 00:10:52
DULBC 92 W S 8+ W S 8+ S Higgins 02:03:55 02:14:49 00:10:54
UCC RC 357 M S 4x- M S 4x- R Povey 01:06:36 01:17:32 00:10:56
Castleconnell BC 5 M J18 4x- M J18 4x- E Whittle 03:41:47 03:52:44 00:10:57
Cork BC 50 M J16 4x+ M J16 4x+ A K White 02:33:17 02:44:27 00:11:10
Cork BC 58 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ A B O'Flynn 01:41:01 01:52:11 00:11:10
UCD/Killorglin/ Shandon 374 W S 8+ W S 8+ A Gilligan 05:38:49 05:50:00 00:11:11
Skibbereen RC 334 M J18 2x M J18 2x J McCarthy 02:46:56 02:58:11 00:11:15
Pres College RC 252 M J18 4x- M J18 4x- P Kennelly 00:36:44 00:48:03 00:11:19
UCC RC 368 W I 8+ W I 8+ S Horgan 03:43:56 03:55:15 00:11:19
DULBC 95 W I 8+ W I 8+ S Higgins 04:49:07 05:00:27 00:11:20
UCC RC 358 M I 4+ M I 4+ R Povey 05:03:43 05:15:07 00:11:24
Waterford BC 377 M I 2x M I 2x A Goff 05:20:38 05:32:05 00:11:27
Shandon BC 280 M J18 4x- M J18 4x- B E Hickey 01:44:33 01:56:02 00:11:29
Pres College RC 257 M J16 4x+ M J16 4x+ A B O'Sullivan 00:34:12 00:45:42 00:11:30
Lee RC 128 M I 2x M I 2x B E White 03:58:15 04:09:47 00:11:32
Lee RC 127 M I 2x M I 2x A D Larkin 03:30:54 03:42:28 00:11:34
UCC RC 360 M I 2- M I 2- B D O'Riordan 03:28:38 03:40:17 00:11:39
Cork BC 52 M J16 4x+ M J16 4x+ C E Whooley 02:06:23 02:18:03 00:11:40
UCC RC 365 W S 4x- W S 4x- E Cialis 00:50:43 01:02:23 00:11:40
Cork BC 51 M J16 4x+ M J16 4x+ B C Cudden 04:54:53 05:06:33 00:11:40
Skibbereen RC 341 W J18 4x- W J18 4x- A A Casey 02:21:18 02:32:58 00:11:40
Clonmel RC 21 M N 4x+ M N 4x+ H Delongue 04:40:47 04:52:30 00:11:43
Garda Síochána BC 104 M I 2x M I 2x A R Allen 04:13:49 04:25:33 00:11:44
UCC RC 362 M I 2- M I 2- D S O'Connor 03:29:25 03:41:11 00:11:46
Skibbereen RC 332 M I 2x M I 2x M Ryan 00:59:30 01:11:16 00:11:46
Lee RC 140 M J16 4x+ M J16 4x+ E O'Sullivan 05:30:15 05:42:01 00:11:46
UCC RC 361 M I 2- M I 2- C S O'Sullivan 03:30:09 03:41:58 00:11:49
UCC RC 363 M I 2x M I 2x R Povey 03:33:11 03:45:00 00:11:49
Lee RC 136 M J18 2x M J18 2x D Breen 03:42:09 03:54:01 00:11:52
Lee RC 170 W J18 4x- W J18 4x- C Synnott 01:05:43 01:17:39 00:11:56
Lee RC 141 M J16 2x M J16 2x A H Deasy 03:26:05 03:38:02 00:11:57
Castleconnell BC 6 M J18 2x M J18 2x M McKeon 05:04:09 05:16:08 00:11:59
Garda Síochána BC 105 M I 2x M I 2x B K Sheehan 02:00:55 02:12:56 00:12:01
Dublin University BC 91 M N 8+ M N 8+ D (T:O:) A Hamilton 05:18:50 05:30:52 00:12:02
Lee RC 142 M J16 2x M J16 2x B S Crean 03:25:45 03:37:48 00:12:03
Garda Síochána BC 108 M I 1x M I 1x B D Kelly 00:53:28 01:05:33 00:12:05
Shandon BC 304 W J15 8+ W J15 8+ C Minehane 01:03:47 01:15:52 00:12:05
Shandon BC 267 M I 4+ M I 4+ (Masters B) R Diffley 05:32:14 05:44:20 00:12:06
Clonmel RC 20 M I 2- M I 2- A Chadfield 01:30:19 01:42:25 00:12:06
Skibbereen RC 342 W J18 4x- W J18 4x- B E Hegarty 00:43:46 00:55:52 00:12:06
Shannon RC 316 M J16 2x M J16 2x A M Kerley 04:51:00 05:03:06 00:12:06
Shandon BC 293 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ A J Arrigan 03:19:12 03:31:20 00:12:08
Shannon RC 312 M I 1x M I 1x A C Carmody 01:20:52 01:33:00 00:12:08
Cork BC 68 W S 4- W S 4- M O'Neill 03:39:47 03:51:56 00:12:09
Shannon/ UCD/ Killorglin 328 W S 4- W S 4- A Gilligan 04:45:06 04:57:16 00:12:10
Lee RC 151 M J15 2x M J15 2x D L Guerin 03:12:51 03:25:04 00:12:13
Muckross HOR 2014
Waterford BC 386 M J18 1x M J18 1x A Goff 04:03:36 04:15:49 00:12:13
Shannon RC 314 M J18 4+ M J18 4+ J Kenny 02:25:43 02:37:58 00:12:15
Waterford BC 385 M J18 4+ M J18 4+ (J16) M Harrison 05:27:06 05:39:22 00:12:16
St: Brendan's RC 352 M J16 4x+ M J16 4x+ B Wall 04:00:54 04:13:10 00:12:16
Shandon BC 271 M I 2x M I 2x B (Masters C) C Hughes 01:31:56 01:44:13 00:12:17
Pres College RC 259 M J16 2x M J16 2x A D Higgins 01:58:26 02:10:44 00:12:18
Castleconnell BC 7 M J16 2x M J16 2x A O'Connor 01:19:57 01:32:15 00:12:18
Skibbereen RC 338 M J15 2x M J15 2x J Davis 03:55:26 04:07:45 00:12:19
Lee RC 130 M I 1x M I 1x B D O'Sullivan 01:21:48 01:34:07 00:12:19
Shandon BC 272 M I 1x M I 1x A D Begley 03:52:32 04:04:52 00:12:20
Waterford BC 376 M S 1x M S 1x R O'Mahony 01:32:43 01:45:04 00:12:21
Clonmel RC 25 M J18 1x M J18 1x S Lonergan 01:28:28 01:40:49 00:12:21
Shandon BC 283 M J18 1x M J18 1x A R Byrne 03:51:57 04:04:19 00:12:22
Pres College RC 258 M J16 4x+ M J16 4x+ B C O'Donovan 02:27:56 02:40:19 00:12:23
Castleconnell BC 11 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ A C Mulready 02:18:29 02:30:53 00:12:24
Shandon BC 269 M I 2- M I 2- B C Hughes 04:04:20 04:16:45 00:12:25
St: Brendan's RC 350 M J18 2x M J18 2x J Foley 02:34:04 02:46:30 00:12:26
Shandon BC 281 M J18 2x M J18 2x A E Judge 04:36:57 04:49:24 00:12:27
Pres College RC 253 M J18 2x M J18 2x A P Kennelly 02:50:16 03:02:43 00:12:27
Fermoy RC 102 M J16 1x M J16 1x C G Morrison 03:44:48 03:57:16 00:12:28
Shandon BC 285 M J18 1x M J18 1x C S O'Sullivan 03:53:11 04:05:39 00:12:28
DULBC 93 W S 2- W S 2- A Leahy 04:44:11 04:56:39 00:12:28
Shandon BC 274 M I 1x M I 1x C C Merz 02:56:24 03:08:52 00:12:28
Shandon BC 284 M J18 1x M J18 1x B C Hennessy 03:48:02 04:00:30 00:12:28
Lee RC 132 M I 1x M I 1x D E White 01:28:51 01:41:21 00:12:30
Shandon BC 286 M J16 8+ M J16 8+ (J15) A O'Sullivan 04:58:32 05:11:02 00:12:30
Muckross RC 210 M I 4+ M I 4+ (Masters B) B O'Neill 03:49:06 04:01:38 00:12:32
Shandon BC 270 M I 2x M I 2x A (Masters A) N Carey 00:37:30 00:50:02 00:12:32
Dublin University BC 89 M N 8+ M N 8+ B (T:O:) F Lunden 02:31:36 02:44:11 00:12:35
Shannon RC 319 W S 4- W S 4- A (J18) C Davis 01:27:18 01:39:54 00:12:36
Clonmel RC 26 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ N McSharry 01:31:24 01:44:01 00:12:37
Clonmel RC 27 M J15 2x M J15 2x J McKenna 04:02:56 04:15:33 00:12:37
Fermoy RC 99 M J16 1x M J16 1x A G Morrison 01:00:20 01:12:57 00:12:37
Shannon RC 313 M I 1x M I 1x B C Carmody 02:50:44 03:03:23 00:12:39
Lee RC 167 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ A M O'Hara 03:24:28 03:37:07 00:12:39
Lee RC 148 M J15 2x M J15 2x A M O'Hara 01:08:33 01:21:13 00:12:40
DULBC 96 W I 4+ W I 4+ J O'Sullivan 02:11:53 02:24:33 00:12:40
Cork BC 56 M J16 1x M J16 1x D F O'Sullivan 01:00:55 01:13:36 00:12:41
Waterford BC 380 M N 4x+ M N 4x+ S Crowley 04:34:29 04:47:10 00:12:41
King's Hospital BC 124 M J16 1x M J16 1x B C Nicholson 04:27:50 04:40:32 00:12:42
Belfast RC 2 M J18 1x M J18 1x A Murray 04:25:17 04:37:59 00:12:42
Dublin University BC 88 M N 8+ M N 8+ A (T:O:) C McGuinness 02:30:39 02:43:22 00:12:43
Lee Valley RC 200 M J18 1x M J18 1x (TO) F Walshe 05:23:17 05:36:01 00:12:44
Shandon BC 268 M I 2- M I 2- A C Kennedy 01:18:37 01:31:21 00:12:44
Castleconnell BC 8 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ D Meehan 04:14:47 04:27:32 00:12:45
Lee RC 138 M J18 1x M J18 1x A D Larkin 01:00:07 01:12:52 00:12:45
Pres College RC 254 M J18 2x M J18 2x B L Guerin 03:44:27 03:57:13 00:12:46
Waterford BC 387 M J15 2x M J15 2x F Dolphin 03:13:23 03:26:09 00:12:46
Garda Síochána BC 115 W M 4x+ W M 4x+ (A) L Galvin 02:23:53 02:36:39 00:12:46
Pres College RC 261 M J16 2x M J16 2x C T Walsh 00:48:52 01:01:38 00:12:46
Shannon RC 321 W S 2- W S 2- (Inter) M Lonergan 01:29:49 01:42:36 00:12:47
Lee RC 146 M J16 1x M J16 1x D (T:O:) D Breen 00:59:48 01:12:35 00:12:47
Pres College RC 262 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ A D Ghori 01:28:13 01:41:00 00:12:47
Kenmare RBC 116 M I 1x M I 1x J Healy 01:36:07 01:48:55 00:12:48
Castleconnell BC 13 W I 8+ W I 8+ A H Keogh 05:15:58 05:28:46 00:12:48
Lee RC 144 M J16 1x M J16 1x B H Deasy 01:06:52 01:19:41 00:12:49
Garda Síochána BC 106 M I 1x M I 1x A R Allen 01:07:50 01:20:42 00:12:52
Athlunkard BC 1 M J18 1x M J18 1x E Gallagher 02:26:00 02:38:54 00:12:54
Lee Valley RC 201 M J16 2x M J16 2x C Cummins 03:15:02 03:27:58 00:12:56
Shandon BC 275 M I 1x M I 1x D D Smith 02:43:02 02:55:59 00:12:57
Shandon BC 294 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ B A Byrne 03:53:39 04:06:36 00:12:57
Shandon BC 282 M J18 2x M J18 2x B D O'Neill 03:37:52 03:50:50 00:12:58
Clonmel RC 22 M N 2x M N 2x E Hewitt 01:27:49 01:40:48 00:12:59
Lee RC 143 M J16 1x M J16 1x A S Crean 00:55:47 01:08:46 00:12:59
Lee RC 159 M J15 1x M J15 1x G E Larkin 00:55:32 01:08:31 00:12:59
Clonmel RC 24 M N 1x M N 1x B D Lynch 01:21:18 01:34:17 00:12:59
Lee RC 198 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ B A Cummins 04:56:46 05:09:46 00:13:00
Lee Valley RC 199 M I 1x M I 1x P Maguire 03:42:49 03:55:49 00:13:00
Castleconnell BC 9 M J15 2x M J15 2x A M Burns 01:19:42 01:32:47 00:13:05
Castleconnell BC 17 W J15 4x+ W J15 4x+ C O'Brien 01:17:49 01:30:54 00:13:05
Clonmel RC 42 W J15 4x+ W J15 4x+ A A Conway 01:43:36 01:56:41 00:13:05
Garda Síochána BC 109 M I 1x M I 1x C D MacEoin 03:59:39 04:12:45 00:13:06
Shandon BC 278 M M 1x M M 1x B (C) C Hughes 03:54:07 04:07:13 00:13:06
UCC RC 367 W S 1x W S 1x B A Bulman 05:24:24 05:37:31 00:13:07
Cork BC 80 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ A S Higgins 01:34:31 01:47:40 00:13:09
Shannon RC 315 M J18 2x M J18 2x E Butler 03:56:02 04:09:11 00:13:09
Garda Síochána BC 110 W I 2x W I 2x J Ryan 04:48:31 05:01:41 00:13:10
Lee RC 157 M J15 1x M J15 1x E P Jackson 00:54:16 01:07:27 00:13:11
Lee RC 129 M I 1x M I 1x A R Hill 01:16:55 01:30:07 00:13:12
Cork BC 64 M J15 1x M J15 1x C B O'Flynn 03:58:56 04:12:08 00:13:12
Shandon BC 277 M M 1x M M 1x A (A) R Diffley 03:38:33 03:51:45 00:13:12
Cork BC 61 M J15 2x M J15 2x B J Kampff 03:48:24 04:01:37 00:13:13
Lee RC 134 M N 1x M N 1x B L Guerin 00:56:41 01:09:54 00:13:13
Cork BC 53 M J16 1x M J16 1x A B Connolly 01:02:46 01:16:00 00:13:14
Shannon RC 320 W S 4- W S 4- B (J18) M Carmody 03:50:59 04:04:14 00:13:15
Cork BC 74 W J15 4x+ W J15 4x+ E Deasy 01:12:46 01:26:02 00:13:16
UCC RC 366 W S 1x W S 1x A A Bulman 00:44:41 00:57:57 00:13:16
UCD/Killorglin 375 W S 2- W S 2- A Gilligan 02:28:24 02:41:40 00:13:16
Fermoy RC 100 M J16 1x M J16 1x B T Pyne 01:00:35 01:13:52 00:13:17
DULBC 97 W I 1x W I 1x H O'Neill 01:55:02 02:08:20 00:13:18
Muckross RC 212 M J18 4+ M J18 4+ (J16) P Wrenn 04:38:38 04:51:56 00:13:18
Muckross RC 217 W J18 2x W J18 2x Z Hyde 03:04:01 03:17:19 00:13:18
Shannon RC 322 W J18 2- W J18 2- A E Coll 03:54:22 04:07:41 00:13:19
Fermoy RC 103 M J16 1x M J16 1x D T Pyne 03:45:06 03:58:25 00:13:19
Shandon BC 302 W J16 4+ W J16 4+ B C Minehane 03:19:53 03:33:12 00:13:19
Lee RC 133 M N 1x M N 1x A C Finn 00:54:08 01:07:27 00:13:19
Cork BC 47 M I 1x M I 1x O Dwyer 02:49:40 03:03:00 00:13:20
Castleconnell BC 10 M J15 2x M J15 2x B D Meehan 04:35:37 04:48:58 00:13:21
Dublin University BC 86 M I 2x M I 2x A (T:O:) A Greensmith 02:42:23 02:55:45 00:13:22
Cork BC 54 M J16 1x M J16 1x B C Cudden 01:07:18 01:20:40 00:13:22
Castleconnell BC 14 W I 8+ W I 8+ B (Nov) H Keogh 02:45:06 02:58:29 00:13:23
Cork BC 57 M J16 1x M J16 1x E K White 01:07:29 01:20:53 00:13:24
Skibbereen RC 344 W J18 1x W J18 1x B E Hegarty 02:13:22 02:26:47 00:13:25
St: Brendan's RC 348 M N 2x M N 2x R O'Shea 05:14:37 05:28:02 00:13:25
Lee RC 171 W J18 2- W J18 2- M Heaney 04:50:19 05:03:46 00:13:27
St: Brendan's RC 353 M J16 2x M J16 2x S Griffin 01:04:22 01:17:49 00:13:27
Lee RC 160 M J15 1x M J15 1x H T Murphy 05:34:42 05:48:09 00:13:27
Cork BC 84 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ E J Duggan 01:17:32 01:31:00 00:13:28
King's Hospital BC 122 M J16 2x M J16 2x C Nicholson 02:51:07 03:04:35 00:13:28
King's Hospital BC 123 M J16 1x M J16 1x A O Little 02:51:19 03:04:48 00:13:29
UCC RC 371 W I 1x W I 1x B S Horgan 05:21:24 05:34:53 00:13:29
Shandon BC 303 W J16 4+ W J16 4+ C J Crowley 03:35:36 03:49:07 00:13:31
Lee RC 145 M J16 1x M J16 1x C R Fitzgerald 01:07:13 01:20:45 00:13:32
Lee RC 164 M J15 1x M J15 1x L E O'Sullivan 01:37:14 01:50:47 00:13:33
Lee Valley RC 203 M J16 1x M J16 1x B J Mulcahy 01:39:49 01:53:22 00:13:33
St: Brendan's RC 351 M J18 1x M J18 1x J Foley 01:03:58 01:17:31 00:13:33
Castleconnell BC 15 W I 2x W I 2x R Kilkenny 02:20:06 02:33:40 00:13:34
Cork BC 85 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ F S O'Flynn 03:07:44 03:21:19 00:13:35
Lee RC 131 M I 1x M I 1x C J Sheehan 00:47:08 01:00:43 00:13:35
UCC RC 370 W I 1x W I 1x A S Horgan 00:42:16 00:55:51 00:13:35
Castleconnell BC 4 M N 1x M N 1x B A Mozdzer 04:07:47 04:21:23 00:13:36
Skibbereen RC 336 M J16 1x M J16 1x I Lynch 00:51:55 01:05:32 00:13:37
Skibbereen RC 343 W J18 1x W J18 1x A A Casey 00:41:42 00:55:19 00:13:37
Lee RC 177 W J16 1x W J16 1x A E Cummins 03:55:06 04:08:44 00:13:38
Castleconnell BC 3 M N 1x M N 1x A A Mozdzer 01:09:10 01:22:50 00:13:40
Castleconnell BC 18 W J15 2x W J15 2x A C O'Brien 03:41:05 03:54:45 00:13:40
Shannon RC 323 W J18 2- W J18 2- B M Carmody 05:08:45 05:22:25 00:13:40
Waterford BC 381 M N 2x M N 2x A S O'Brien 01:38:42 01:52:25 00:13:43
New Ross BC 239 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ J Becker 04:05:15 04:18:59 00:13:44
New Ross BC 236 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ S O'Neill 01:19:14 01:32:59 00:13:45
Lee RC 197 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ A E Breen 01:15:14 01:28:59 00:13:45
Pres College RC 265 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ D K Jansson 01:40:29 01:54:15 00:13:46
Lee RC 182 W J15 2x W J15 2x M Brozio 02:15:54 02:29:41 00:13:47
Clonmel RC 31 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ E O'Loughlin 03:47:13 04:01:01 00:13:48
Shandon BC 291 M J15 1x M J15 1x D S O'Neill 01:24:28 01:38:16 00:13:48
Kenmare RBC 118 W J15 4x+ W J15 4x+ A G O'Brien 02:59:33 03:13:21 00:13:48
Waterford BC 388 M J15 1x M J15 1x M Harrison 01:32:20 01:46:09 00:13:49
Lee RC 194 W J15 1x W J15 1x J C Synnott 04:32:57 04:46:46 00:13:49
Clonmel RC 39 W J16 2x W J16 2x K Sutcliffe 03:09:37 03:23:28 00:13:51
Lee RC 174 W J18 1x W J18 1x B W Littlewood 01:36:50 01:50:41 00:13:51
Cork BC 65 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ A B O'Leary 02:39:36 02:53:28 00:13:52
Lee Valley RC 202 M J16 1x M J16 1x A C Cummins 02:16:23 02:30:15 00:13:52
Cork BC 62 M J15 1x M J15 1x A E Curtin 04:01:48 04:15:41 00:13:53
Skibbereen RC 340 W S 1x W S 1x S Dineen 00:41:12 00:55:06 00:13:54
Lee RC 150 M J15 2x M J15 2x C C O'Brien 01:12:04 01:26:01 00:13:57
Waterford BC 382 M N 2x M N 2x B A Greene 01:39:13 01:53:11 00:13:58
Skibbereen RC 339 M J15 1x M J15 1x D O'Sullivan 03:00:52 03:14:50 00:13:58
Clonmel RC 35 W J18 2x W J18 2x A C O'Loughlin 01:11:13 01:25:12 00:13:59
Muckross RC 216 M J15 1x M J15 1x B S Fleming 00:46:26 01:00:25 00:13:59
Lee RC 186 W J15 1x W J15 1x C M Cremin 03:13:40 03:27:40 00:14:00
Lee RC 178 W J16 1x W J16 1x B M Heaney 01:36:32 01:50:32 00:14:00
Cork BC 75 W J15 2x W J15 2x A (TO) C McCarthy 05:01:24 05:15:25 00:14:01
Lee RC 176 W J16 2x W J16 2x S O'Mahoney 02:04:18 02:18:20 00:14:02
Clonmel RC 44 W J15 2x W J15 2x L Kearney 03:10:02 03:24:04 00:14:02
Muckross RC 224 W J15 8+ W J15 8+ A A Doyle 03:31:33 03:45:37 00:14:04
Castleconnell BC 16 W J18 2x W J18 2x C Griffin 02:26:50 02:40:54 00:14:04
Lee RC 175 W J18 1x W J18 1x C C McGuire 04:20:16 04:34:21 00:14:05
Clonmel RC 30 M J15 1x M J15 1x C S O'Donnell 02:22:45 02:36:51 00:14:06
Cork BC 70 W J18 1x W J18 1x A Mason 04:47:16 05:01:23 00:14:07
Muckross RC 225 W J15 8+ W J15 8+ B C Kelly 04:26:04 04:40:12 00:14:08
Muckross RC 218 W J18 1x W J18 1x A Z Hyde 00:57:16 01:11:25 00:14:09
Lee RC 149 M J15 2x M J15 2x B S Jackson 00:57:02 01:11:13 00:14:11
Lee RC 163 M J15 1x M J15 1x K C O'Malley 00:56:05 01:10:16 00:14:11
Shandon BC 287 M J16 1x M J16 1x P O'Connell 02:16:53 02:31:05 00:14:12
Clonmel RC 36 W J18 2x W J18 2x B A O'Donnell 02:14:04 02:28:16 00:14:12
Muckross RC 400 M J16 1x (TO)M J16 1x D O'Sullivan 02:37:31 02:51:44 00:14:13
Lee Valley RC 206 W J16 2x W J16 2x E Rossiter 01:41:20 01:55:33 00:14:13
UCC RC 369 W I 2x W I 2x L Coleman 00:42:44 00:56:57 00:14:13
Cork BC 73 W J16 1x W J16 1x C A Mason 01:53:48 02:08:02 00:14:14
Shandon BC 301 W J16 4+ W J16 4+ A E Harrington 01:26:26 01:40:44 00:14:18
Clonmel RC 29 M J15 1x M J15 1x B A Flynn 02:23:20 02:37:40 00:14:20
Shandon BC 289 M J15 1x M J15 1x B A Byrne 04:57:23 05:11:43 00:14:20
Shandon BC 290 M J15 1x M J15 1x C E Gaffney 01:34:54 01:49:16 00:14:22
Shandon BC 292 M J15 1x M J15 1x E W Ronayne 01:25:01 01:39:24 00:14:23
Muckross RC 221 W J16 2x W J16 2x B M Joy 04:59:31 05:13:57 00:14:26
Lee RC 172 W J18 2x W J18 2x C Murphy 02:04:35 02:19:02 00:14:27
Shandon BC 306 W J15 1x W J15 1x B C Minehane 05:00:10 05:14:37 00:14:27
Kenmare RBC 117 W J16 4x+ W J16 4x+ G O'Brien 01:02:15 01:16:42 00:14:27
Clonmel RC 28 M J15 1x M J15 1x A M Dundon 02:36:45 02:51:13 00:14:28
Lee Valley RC 208 W J15 1x W J15 1x B C Cummins 02:07:16 02:21:46 00:14:30
Lee Valley RC 209 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ C Cummins 04:52:49 05:07:21 00:14:32
Muckross RC 214 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ F Bastible 02:09:42 02:24:15 00:14:33
Clonmel RC 23 M N 1x M N 1x A H Delongue 01:22:01 01:36:35 00:14:34
Muckross RC 219 W J18 1x W J18 1x B D Ryan 01:01:21 01:15:55 00:14:34
Dublin University BC 90 M N 8+ M N 8+ C (T:O:) E Barraud 04:27:09 04:41:45 00:14:36
Clonmel RC 41 W J16 1x W J16 1x B J O'Malley Adair 01:35:16 01:49:52 00:14:36
Clonmel RC 32 W I 2x W I 2x (Nov) M Varas 05:04:50 05:19:27 00:14:37
Lee RC 158 M J15 1x M J15 1x F S Jackson 05:35:08 05:49:46 00:14:38
Lee Valley RC 207 W J15 1x W J15 1x A E Buckley 02:27:41 02:42:19 00:14:38
Lee RC 161 M J15 1x M J15 1x I C O'Brien 05:12:56 05:27:35 00:14:39
Cork BC 77 W J15 1x W J15 1x A E Deasy 04:00:32 04:15:12 00:14:40
Lee RC 180 W J16 1x W J16 1x D S O'Mahoney 03:54:52 04:09:32 00:14:40
Shandon BC 310 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ D D O'Mahony 04:17:14 04:31:54 00:14:40
Kenmare RBC 120 W J15 4x+ W J15 4x+ B EB O'Sullivan 03:56:16 04:10:57 00:14:41
Cork BC 69 W I 2x W I 2x (Nov) L Barry 01:45:13 01:59:55 00:14:42
Clonmel RC 33 W M 4x+ W M 4x+ (C) (T:O:) A Redmond 03:17:26 03:32:11 00:14:45
Cork BC 71 W J16 1x W J16 1x A T Hanlon 02:04:53 02:19:38 00:14:45
Pres College RC 264 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ C A Guerin 00:39:37 00:54:24 00:14:47
Skibbereen RC 345 W J15 4x+ W J15 4x+ A O'Neill 01:46:16 02:01:03 00:14:47
Shannon RC 318 M J16 1x M J16 1x J Kenny 01:20:32 01:35:20 00:14:48
St: Brendan's RC 349 M N 1x M N 1x R O'Shea 01:52:31 02:07:20 00:14:49
Lee RC 196 W J15 1x W J15 1x L J Vermaak 00:48:14 01:03:05 00:14:51
Shandon BC 297 W J18 1x W J18 1x C C O'Sullivan 04:12:37 04:27:28 00:14:51
Kenmare RBC 121 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ EB O'Sullivan 02:05:29 02:20:23 00:14:54
Shandon BC 288 M J15 1x M J15 1x A J Arrigan 01:16:38 01:31:33 00:14:55
Shannon RC 317 M J16 2x M J16 2x B J Kenny 03:16:18 03:31:14 00:14:56
Cork BC 81 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ B C O'Connor 03:50:05 04:05:03 00:14:58
Cork BC 82 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ C C Ring 05:16:43 05:31:41 00:14:58
Pres College RC 263 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ B A Doherty 02:41:14 02:56:13 00:14:59
New Ross BC 245 W J15 4x+ W J15 4x+ C Flanagan 05:02:28 05:17:28 00:15:00
New Ross BC 247 W J15 2x W J15 2x B S Murphy 02:29:29 02:44:31 00:15:02
Waterford BC 383 M N 1x M N 1x A O'Kane 01:23:52 01:38:55 00:15:03
Shandon BC 307 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ A A Hernan 02:47:18 03:02:21 00:15:03
Lee Valley RC 204 W J18 1x W J18 1x A C Godsil 04:13:15 04:28:18 00:15:03
Skibbereen RC 346 W J15 2x W J15 2x AM Keating 01:16:17 01:31:24 00:15:07
Lee RC 184 W J15 1x W J15 1x B M Brozio 04:29:42 04:44:49 00:15:07
Shandon BC 276 M N 1x M N 1x N Carey 03:34:40 03:49:51 00:15:11
Clonmel RC 38 W J18 1x W J18 1x B C O'Loughlin 03:14:09 03:29:23 00:15:14
New Ross BC 250 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ A L Brown 03:03:07 03:18:21 00:15:14
Shandon BC 305 W J15 1x W J15 1x A J Crowley 05:11:14 05:26:28 00:15:14
Cork BC 79 W J15 1x W J15 1x C C Mehigan 04:00:11 04:15:25 00:15:14
Garda Síochána BC 111 W I 1x W I 1x A L Galvin 04:41:48 04:57:02 00:15:14
Clonmel RC 40 W J16 1x W J16 1x A T Cooney 01:33:09 01:48:24 00:15:15
Lee RC 187 W J15 1x W J15 1x D Abbie Cummins 00:47:53 01:03:08 00:15:15
Muckross RC 233 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ A K Casey 00:51:05 01:06:22 00:15:17
New Ross BC 241 W I 1x W I 1x (Masters A) J Walsh 01:09:44 01:25:02 00:15:18
Clonmel RC 37 W J18 1x W J18 1x A H Fehily 03:16:44 03:32:04 00:15:20
Shandon BC 299 W J18 1x W J18 1x E F Power 04:06:35 04:21:57 00:15:22
Muckross RC 232 W J15 1x W J15 1x E A Murphy 00:45:17 01:00:40 00:15:23
Muckross RC 215 M J15 1x M J15 1x A D Casey 00:46:52 01:02:18 00:15:26
New Ross BC 246 W J15 2x W J15 2x A L Brown 01:10:50 01:26:16 00:15:26
New Ross BC 238 M J15 1x M J15 1x B L Sutton 01:11:26 01:26:57 00:15:31
Cork BC 76 W J15 2x W J15 2x B M O'Sullivan 01:42:01 01:57:34 00:15:33
Waterford BC 379 M I 1x M I 1x B P Ryan 03:32:14 03:47:47 00:15:33
Shannon RC 325 W J15 8+ W J15 8+ G O'Connor 03:36:37 03:52:11 00:15:34
Cork BC 72 W J16 1x W J16 1x B S Hegarty 01:56:34 02:12:09 00:15:35
Lee RC 154 M J15 1x M J15 1x B T Buckley 05:13:23 05:28:58 00:15:35
Lee RC 192 W J15 1x W J15 1x I C Keely 04:20:49 04:36:26 00:15:37
Dublin University BC 87 M I 2x M I 2x B (T:O:) A Greensmith 04:23:59 04:39:39 00:15:40
Muckross RC 228 W J15 1x W J15 1x A A Crowley 01:47:43 02:03:23 00:15:40
King's Hospital BC 126 W J16 1x W J16 1x S Schilling 02:51:39 03:07:21 00:15:42
Shandon BC 309 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ C M Dineen 01:50:24 02:06:06 00:15:42
New Ross BC 237 M J15 1x M J15 1x A J Becker 02:17:08 02:32:50 00:15:42
Castleconnell BC 19 W J15 2x W J15 2x B L Mulligan 03:40:37 03:56:22 00:15:45
Muckross RC 398 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ C (T:O:) N Coffey 04:39:57 04:55:42 00:15:45
Lee RC 179 W J16 1x W J16 1x C C Murphy 04:28:41 04:44:29 00:15:48
Muckross RC 231 W J15 1x W J15 1x D C Kelly 01:42:37 01:58:31 00:15:54
Cork BC 66 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ B (T:O:) E Harrington 02:10:17 02:26:12 00:15:55
Clonmel RC 43 W J15 4x+ W J15 4x+ B K Lonergan 03:46:32 04:02:29 00:15:57
Lee RC 188 W J15 1x W J15 1x E Aoife Cummins 03:10:47 03:26:45 00:15:58
New Ross BC 251 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ B E Ryan 01:15:48 01:31:46 00:15:58
Lee RC 189 W J15 1x W J15 1x F H Cummins 00:47:35 01:03:36 00:16:01
Shandon BC 308 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ B M Reardon 04:51:52 05:07:53 00:16:01
St: Brendan's RC 347 M I 2x M I 2x S Real 03:33:53 03:49:54 00:16:01
Lee RC 181 W J16 1x W J16 1x E L Velon 04:05:49 04:21:52 00:16:03
Lee RC 156 M J15 1x M J15 1x D J Ginnelly 05:07:42 05:23:46 00:16:04
Lee RC 190 W J15 1x W J15 1x G S Gray 03:27:11 03:43:18 00:16:07
New Ross BC 248 W J15 1x W J15 1x A L Brown 04:55:11 05:11:21 00:16:10
Muckross RC 222 W J16 1x W J16 1x A M Joy 01:01:43 01:17:55 00:16:12
Lee RC 153 M J15 1x M J15 1x A J Agar 05:11:48 05:28:02 00:16:14
Lee RC 155 M J15 1x M J15 1x C T Donlon 05:12:13 05:28:31 00:16:18
Lee RC 195 W J15 1x W J15 1x K L Velon 03:26:48 03:43:07 00:16:19
Cork BC 63 M J15 1x M J15 1x B C O'Callaghan 04:09:58 04:26:25 00:16:27
New Ross BC 249 W J15 1x W J15 1x B A Coughlan 01:10:16 01:26:51 00:16:35
Waterford BC 389 W N 4x+ W N 4x+ S Counihan 01:52:05 02:08:40 00:16:35
Muckross RC 230 W J15 1x W J15 1x C A Farrell 01:38:01 01:54:37 00:16:36
Clonmel RC 34 W N 4x+ W N 4x+ G Maher 02:35:46 02:52:23 00:16:37
Cork BC 78 W J15 1x W J15 1x B H Dupuis 04:08:05 04:24:45 00:16:40
Muckross RC 227 W J15 2x W J15 2x B C Carroll 01:33:50 01:50:40 00:16:50
Lee RC 173 W J18 1x W J18 1x A C Crean 04:06:19 04:23:12 00:16:53
Shannon RC 324 W J16 1x W J16 1x A Cotter 02:21:51 02:38:45 00:16:54
Waterford BC 384 M M 1x M M 1x (B) G McCarthy 04:46:49 05:03:48 00:16:59
Waterford BC 390 W J16 1x W J16 1x A A McHugh 04:08:57 04:26:03 00:17:06
Castleconnell BC 12 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ B J Desmond 03:15:45 03:32:52 00:17:07
Clonmel RC 46 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ B M Coyle 02:43:27 03:00:50 00:17:23
Waterford BC 391 W J16 1x W J16 1x B S Slattery 04:08:39 04:26:10 00:17:31
Cork BC 67 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ C (T:O:) P Kingston 03:45:50 04:03:30 00:17:40
Clonmel RC 45 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ A J Cahill 02:12:54 02:30:39 00:17:45
Shannon RC 327 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ B S Nix 05:19:34 05:37:22 00:17:48
Waterford BC 392 W J15 2x W J15 2x S Counihan 05:22:01 05:40:05 00:18:04
Lee RC 183 W J15 1x W J15 1x A E Breen 03:11:41 03:29:52 00:18:11
Shannon RC 326 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ A H Gilligan 04:11:04 04:29:42 00:18:38
Muckross RC 397 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ B (T:O:) E Ferris 04:45:43 05:05:00 00:19:17
Muckross RC 229 W J15 1x W J15 1x B A Doyle 01:43:03 02:02:53 00:19:50
Cork BC 83 W J14 4x+ W J14 4x+ D K McCarthy DNF DNF DNF
DULBC / Skibb RC 98 W S 4x- W S 4x- S Dolan 04:43:30 DNF DNF
Lee RC 139 M J18 1x M J18 1x B D Synnott DNF DNF DNF
Lee RC 162 M J15 1x M J15 1x J M O'Hara 05:34:01 DNF DNF
Lee RC 168 M J14 4x+ M J14 4x+ B J Ginnelly 03:25:22 DNF DNF
Muckross RC 226 W J15 2x W J15 2x A E Goulding 00:58:01 DNF DNF
Skibbereen RC 337 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ J Cotter 01:05:12 DNF DNF
Cork BC 48 M J18 1x M J18 1x S O'Connell DNR DNR DNR
Cork BC 55 M J16 1x M J16 1x C L O'Connell DNR DNR DNR
Cork BC 59 M J15 4x+ M J15 4x+ B J Ahern DNR DNR DNR
Cork BC 60 M J15 2x M J15 2x A J Ahern DNR DNR DNR
DULBC 94 W S 1x W S 1x S Dolan DNR DNR DNR
Garda Síochána BC 112 W I 1x W I 1x B M Moore DNR DNR DNR
Garda Síochána BC 113 W I 1x W I 1x C J Ryan DNR DNR DNR
Garda Síochána BC 114 W I 1x W I 1x D S Kenny DNR DNR DNR
Lee RC 165 M J15 1x M J15 1x M J Scally DNR DNR DNR
Lee RC 191 W J15 1x W J15 1x H M Heaney DNR DNR DNR
Lee Valley RC 205 W J18 1x W J18 1x B A O'Mahony DNR DNR DNR
Muckross RC 211 M M 4+ M M 4+ (B) (T:O:) B O'Neill DNR DNR DNR
Muckross RC 213 M J16 8+ M J16 8+ F Bastible DNR DNR DNR
Muckross RC 220 W J16 2x W J16 2x A A Murphy DNR DNR DNR
Muckross RC 223 W J16 1x W J16 1x B O O'Donoghue DNR DNR DNR
New Ross BC 240 W I 2x W I 2x CJ Nolan DNR DNR DNR
New Ross BC 242 W M 4x+ W M 4x+ (B) J Walsh DNR DNR DNR
New Ross BC 243 W J18 1x W J18 1x A CJ Nolan DNR DNR DNR
New Ross BC 244 W J18 1x W J18 1x B CJ Nolan DNR DNR DNR
Pres College RC 255 M J18 2x M J18 2x C B Shanahan DNR DNR DNR
Pres College RC 256 M J18 2x M J18 2x D C O'Connell DNR DNR DNR
Pres College RC 260 M J16 2x M J16 2x B B O'Sullivan DNR DNR DNR
Shandon BC 273 M I 1x M I 1x B J Hodkinson DNR DNR DNR
Shandon BC 295 W J18 1x W J18 1x A F Keeley DNR DNR DNR
Shandon BC 296 W J18 1x W J18 1x B F Keeley DNR DNR DNR
Shandon BC 298 W J18 1x W J18 1x D C O'Sullivan DNR DNR DNR
Shandon BC 300 W J18 1x W J18 1x F F Power DNR DNR DNR
Skibbereen RC 333 M I 1x M I 1x D McCarthy DNR DNR DNR
Skibbereen RC 335 M J18 1x M J18 1x D McCarthy DNR DNR DNR
St: Brendan's RC 354 M J16 1x M J16 1x S Griffin DNR DNR DNR
UCC RC 359 M I 2- M I 2- A R McGuckin DNR DNR DNR
UCC RC 364 M I 1x M I 1x J Casey DNR DNR DNR
UCD BC 372 M I 1x M I 1x M McShane DNR DNR DNR
UCD BC 373 W S 4- W S 4- B Larsen DNR DNR DNR
Waterford BC 378 M I 1x M I 1x A R O'Mahony DNR DNR DNR
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#sywoc – The UCD Sailing Team, led by Philip Doran, has placed fourth overall for Ireland in the annual Student Yachting Worlds which concluded on Wednesday night at La Rochelle on France's Biscay coast. In a highly pressurized and very international event which Ireland has twice won overall within the past decade, it was the third year in a row that UCD had won the right to sail as the national team as a result of victory in the selection series back in the spring.

Since then, the squad of Philip Doran (helm), Rory Lynch (tactics & mainsheet), Ben Fusco (trim), Sophie Murphy (trim) Tara Flood (pit), Cian Mollen (mast) and Will Byrne (bow), with Vinnie Varley and Hannah Levins as subs, have been in intensive training afloat and ashore as it could best be fitted into their own busy summer sailing programmes, and as well they were brought to a peak of fitness in UCD's High Performance Gym.

The event itself was raced in Grand Surprise performance keelboats, and sailing conditions covered just about all the options for an international field of 12 nations, the most-travelled being Canada, the USA and Japan. From the outset, the English team helmed by Annabel Vose was putting in a prodigious performance whatever the kind of race and course being set, and their final scoreline of 1,2,1,1,1,1,2,1, 2,5,5,3,1,1,1,2 pretty well sums up the progress of the event.

At one stage Ireland was looking good for third overall, but an OCS put paid to that, with Norway slipping into the remaining podium position by just one point.

Two IRL international judges were on the Jury for the event - Tony O'Gorman and Gordon Davies (chairman)

1st England (helm Annabel Vose) 30pts; 2nd Italy (Luca Nassini) 76pts; 3rd Norway (Ida Trulsrud) 87pts; 4th Ireland (Philip Doran 88pts; 5th Switzerland (Ireneu Pla) 89pts; 6th USA (Dillon Lancaster) 93pts.

Published in Youth Sailing

#sywoc – UCD will return to the Student Yachting World Championships next month to represent Ireland for the third year in row and as previous winners in 2012. UCD launches its team for the 34th Student Yachting World Cup this coming Saturday, October 4th. The event will be held in the Royal Irish Yacht Club, Dun Laoghaire at 5pm. The team and its sponsors will be announced.

The SYWoC (Student Yachting World Cup) is an event organized every year in France by students for students. The event has been taking place since 1979 and is seen as the most prestigious keelboat competition in the student sailing calendar.

This year's event is being held in La Rochelle from October 15th-22nd. The championship will be sailed using Grand Surprise 32s designed by Joubert-Nivelt. UCD Team Ireland will travel with high aspirations having won the event in 2012 at the same venue.

Fifteen teams from as far as China, Australia and the USA are expected to compete and represent their universities and nations. The sailing crew will be composed of a minimum of 6 members and a maximum of 8 members with at least 2 women and two men on board.

Published in Youth Sailing

#ROWING: Two of the big wins of the evening session of finals at the Irish Rowing Championships at the National Rowing Centre in Cork came to crews with very different levels of experience.

The Cork Boat Club junior women’s eight made a breakthrough for the club at this level by beating Portora and Bann in a fine race. The senior men’s quadruple was taken by the crew of Albert Maher, Sean Jacob, Con Collis and Michael Maher, who held off a challenge from the Castleconnell/University of Limerick crew. Jacob and Maher are both in their forties and have over 40 ‘Pots’ between them.

The women’s senior pair was won by Barbara O’Brien and Aifric Keogh, representing NUIG, while Sarah Quinn of Belfast Boat Club won the Club singles.

The junior men’s quadruple gave Shandon’s young crew – two are junior 17 athletes and one a junior 16 – a fine win over Skibbereen, who faltered before the finish.

The women’s lightweight single sculls final turned into a battle between Claire Lambe of Old Collegians and Siobhán McCrohan of Tribesmen, with the Dubliner coming out on top.

Turlough Hughes of UCD had a remarkably straightforward win over David O’Malley of St Michael’s in the men’s intermediate single sculls, while UCD held off a late charge by Queen’s to win the men’s novice eight.

Irish Rowing Championships, National Rowing Centre, Cork (Selected Results; Finals)


Eight – Intermediate: 1 Trinity 5:46.25, 2 NUIG 5:50.28, 3 UCD 5:56.96. Novice: 1 UCD 6:59.50, 2 Queen’s 7:02.31, 3 Trinity 7:03.29.

Four, coxed – Junior: 1 Cork BC 6:35.99, 2 Presentation 6:36.22, 3 Portora 6:38.08.

Pair – Senior: 1 UCD (M O’Donovan, N Kenny) 6:46.05, 2 NUIG 6:49.95, 3 Commercial B 7:00.16.

Sculling, Quadruple – Senior: 1 Old Collegians/Commercial (C Collis, S Jacob, A Maher, M Maher) 5:59.84, 2 Castleconnell/University of Limerick 6:00.60, 3 Queen’s 6:07.90.

Junior: 1 Shandon 6:08.24, 2 Athlone 6:13.34, 3 Skibbereen 6:15.52.

Single – Intermediate: 1 UCD (T Hughes) 7:13.0, 2 St Michael’s (O’Malley) 7:20.72, 3 NUIG (O’Connor) 7:25.14. Club: Lee (D O’Sullivan) 7:31.80, 2 St Michael’s (P O’Connor) 7:36.24, 3 Belfast BC (A Murray) 7:39.44.



Eight – Novice: 1 Queen’s 7:19.74, 2 Trinity 7:55.75. Junior: 1 Cork BC 6:39.32, 2 Portora 6:41.90, 3 Bann 6:45.27.

Sculling, Double – Intermediate: 1 Killorglin (F Foley, M Dukarska) 7:17.17, 2 Commercial 7:20.83, 3 Skibbereen 7:39.99.

Pair – Senior: 1 NUIG (B O’Brien, A Keogh) 7:33.89, 2 St Michael’s 7:42.32, 3 Shannon 7:42.48.

Single – Lightweight: 1 Old Collegians (C Lambe) 7:41.70, 2 Tribesmen (McCrohan) 7:43.80, 3 Skibbereen (Hayes) 8:01.34. Club: 1 Belfast (S Quinn) 8:09.22, 2 Queen’s (Edwards) 8:10.61, 3 Lee (McGuire) 8:39.69.

Junior: 1 Cork BC (O Forde) 8:06.14, 2 Belfast BC (J English) 8:07.11, 3 Commercial B 7:00.16.

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#ROWING: Gráinne Mhaol/NUIG were pushed hard by UCD, but came away with the Division One eights title at Cork Grand League Regatta at the National Rowing Centre. NUIG came in third, despite having to do without the services of Kevin Neville, who had fallen ill during the heats. The experienced Gráinne Mhaol crew of Dave Mannion, Alan Martin, Cormac Folan and James Wall won the Division One four, while Skibbereen won the women’s four.

Andy Harrington of UCC won the Division One single sculls from Eimantas Grigalius of Three Castles and Fergus Fauvel, a New Zealander studying in Galway. Fauvel also rowed at number four for the winning eight.

Catríona Jennings of Commercial, who only took up rowing in the past two years after competing as a runner at the Olympic Games, won the Division One single sculls.

The timing system at the regatta, a bugbear at a number of Grand League events, caused some difficulties.  

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#ROWING: John Keohane won the men’s senior single sculls at Metropolitan Regatta on Dorney Lake on Saturday. The Lee Valley man was among a number of Irish winners on the day: Carlow and NUIG won the Intermediate One fours and coxed fours respectively and UCD’s women eight won their intermediate one final. The Gráinne Mhaol/NUIG crew were second in the senior eight.

Metropolitan Regatta, Dorney Lake (Irish interest, selected results)



Eight – Senior: 2 Gráinne Mhaol/NUIG.

Four – Intermediate One: 1 Carlow. Four Coxed – Intermediate One: 1 NUIG

Pair – Intermediate One: 3 Presentation Brothers, Cork.

Sculling, Quadruple – Intermediate One: 2 UCC. Junior: 3 Cork BC

Single – Senior: 1 Lee Valley (J Keohane) Intermediate One: 3 Carlow (Aaron Bolger)


Eights – Intermediate One: 1 UCD; 3 Trinity (three-boat final) Fours, coxed – Intermediate One: 1 UCD 7:19.2. Intermediate Two: 2 Commercial.

Pair – Senior: 2 Cork BC

Sculling, Quadruple – Intermediate One: 3 UCC.

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#irishsailing – After five years of economic contraction, there are signs of recovery, and the 2014 Irish sailing season has also got off to a flying start. W M Nixon looks at various signs of new energy and initiatives, and sees how they might be affecting stories which have been run on this blog and in the website during the past year. But he concedes that further cost reductions will be necessary for the good of the sport.

A year ago, any talk of green shoots in Ireland was almost entirely metaphorical. And it was in the economic sphere, though even there they were still few and far between, with many soon stunted. But out in the farmers' fields themselves, out where the grass should have been growing, there was scarcely a sign of life as we were still trapped in the coldest and most miserable Spring in living memory, and all forms of growth and recovery were blighted by it.

Sailing and boating, of all sports, are the most affected by Ireland's climatic conditions. Not only is the mood among participants strongly influenced by weather which sometimes can get anyone down, but without reasonable breezes, sailing events are seriously impaired. "We got a result!" may well be the PRO's final desperate claim after pulling some sort of a points table and leaderboard out of a series bedevilled either by too much or too little wind. But it's so much better to have a series bathed in sunshine and blessed by fine breezes, with enough races sailed for the crews to go home tired but happy without needing recourse to any of those weasel words which show you're only trying to justify a weekend of frustration.

Things could not be more different this year. The Spring of 2014 has been perfection, boats are going afloat on time and in reasonable weather conditions, and the first little crop of events and results are very encouraging indeed - so encouraging, in fact, that "little crop" doesn't do them justice.

That said, two of the nearer events which gave special cause for Irish celebration did not have perfect weather throughout. The Youth Sailing Nationals at Howth may have ended on a high with a great breeze in an early taste of summer sunshine, but one day out of the four was lost to bad weather. But the sting of that was lessened by the decision for "no racing all day" being taken at 1100hrs, which allows other leisure options to kick in.

The IRC Easter Championship in the Solent concluded through Easter Monday literally with "Darkness at Noon" – the heavy clouds and torrential rain on an almost windless day saw the final races being sailed with nav lights on. But there had been excellent racing on earlier days, and a very excellent result with Anthony O'Leary's Ker 39 Antix from Cork the clear supreme champion.

Doing the business. Anthony O'Leary's Ker 39 Antix settling into the groove on the way to the top place in the Easter IRC Championship. Photo: Rick Tomlinson

That in turn augured well for Ireland's Commodore's Cup chances, which then received a further boost last weekend when the crew of another Irish team wannabe, Quokka with Michael Boyd and Niall Dowling, had a winning weekend in the Warsash series with their temporary mount Tarka in anticipation of Quokka's return from the Caribbean at the end of May.

The Colours Match team racing between UCD and Trinity served up top sport in the Liffey, with Trinity winning. Photo: W M Nixon

Meanwhile the universities racing has been brought to life, for although UCD had a convincing win in the racing with the SailFleet J/80s to become the Irish team for the Student Yachting Worlds in France in the Autumn, before April was out the Colours Match in the Liffey under the burgee of the Royal Alfed YC, team-raced in Fireflies, saw Trinity take the honours in convincing style.

But if we're looking for something which really did set things freshly alight, it was out in Hyeres where the ISAF Championship saw the northern duo of Ryan Seaton & Matt McGovern take silver in the 49er, almost immediately moving them up the global rankings from 33 to 11, a quantum leap and no mistake.

The potential for serious success by these two has been fairly obvious for some time, but anyone who sails boats will know only too well how many factors have to come into alignment to get you up among the magic metals at the end of the day.

Stars of the silver sea – the Seaton/McGovern team took a silver medal for Ireland at Hyeres.

That their new global status was almost immediately acknowledged by this rankings improvement will in turn add heft to everything they do and say. Thus when, some time ago, the Ryan/Seaton equipe suggested that the 2016 Olympics sailing waters in Brazil are so off the standard as to be a health hazard, it attracted polite attention. But now that they're Number 11, and still counting down, much more notice is taken. And the fact that the Vice President of the International Olympic Committee has suggested, with something approaching despair, that the facilities in Brazil just aren't going to be ready for 2016 at any standard, all gives added legs to the statement from Ireland's 49er crew.

This in turn makes us wonder where world sailing might go in 2016 if the Brazilian setup is still Work in Progress. With tongue only slightly in cheek, we suggest they need look no further than West Cork, where Baltimore Sailing Club has been expanding its facilities to meet increased demand as a club which last year introduced something like 700 people to sailing. That BSC and current Mitsubishi Motors "Club of the Year" Kinsale YC further east along the West Cork coast have both been putting in premises up-grade during the past year, while other clubs have been having it tough, and just about hanging in there in some cases, surely gives pause for thought.

Olympic venue? The extended and up-graded Baltimore Sailing Club is ready and raring to go.

The economic shakeout of the past five years has caused a massive write-down in the value of almost all property and other assets. And in the case of yacht and sailing clubs, there has been a detailed examination of the continuing validity, or otherwise, of established yacht clubs and their traditional business model of quite high subscriptions under-writing other facilities which in turn combine to provide the complete package of an orthodox yacht club.

Inevitably, most clubs are run by officers and committee members who have been involved with the club for many years. Thus, like people who have been running a quality hotel for decades, they may have an inflated notion of what their organisation and its premises are actually worth. Admittedly there's only limited usefulness in comparing a yacht club with a hotel, but lessons can surely be learned. The fact is that hotels today are worth maybe only a third or even less of what they were reckoned to be worth six years ago. And equally, while yachts clubs certainly have a unique package to offer, is it unusual enough and special enough to charge high subscriptions when there are alternative facilities and services available?

The dilemma arises to some extent in all sailing centres. Last week we were discussing the story of the development of Howth YC. Today it is in the seemingly happy situation of having its own marina, thus it theoretically can offer an attractive all-in-one package to any potential member. But the very fact that Howth YC has done so much to help make Howth a colourful and vibrant sailing/fishing port is partly to its own disadvantage. The place has developed as a remarkable focus for top seafood restaurants. This means that the extensive club catering facilities – expected by traditional members - are constantly battling for business with a whole slew of award-winning eateries and characterful pubs nearby.

The problem is more acute in Dun Laoghaire in that the only club within the marina area is the Royal Irish YC. Thus while people may have been loyal members of the National, the Royal St George and the Dun Laoghaire Motor Yacht Club, they find that after going out in the boat, it's very easy to round out the evening aboard in the marina, chatting among themselves or with other crews on boats nearby, and then head straight for home without making their number in their home clubs at all.

This situation is less in evidence at weekends and during special events. But nevertheless it was causing such a lessening in mid-week club vitality that various steps have been taken, and the Royal St George's move to take over berths in a block booking in the outer marina, and service them by a frequent ferry direct from the clubhouse, is a visionary step.

The Royal St George YC has introduced a direct ferry service from the clubhouse to its group of berths in the outer marina in Dun Laoghaire. Photo: David O'Brien

To overcome a lack of direct access to the Dun Laoghaire Marina, the Royal St George YC is running a ferry service from its clubhouse (to right of Stena Ferry, foreground) to the berths in the Outer Marina (upper left) Photo Kevin Dwyer/courtesy ICC.

Nevertheless, in all club administrations there are those who are of the opinion that, whatever the Honorary Treasurers may believe, there has to be a radical re-think of the primary subscription levels. In essence, they're suggesting that the book value of the club has to be written down such that subscriptions are halved. Personally, I haven't much of a notion of how to read a balance sheet, but the dogs in the street know that in the hospitality industry – which, in the broadest sense, is the area in which yacht and sailing clubs operate – values have been savagely slashed, and while charges may still seem high, at least the places are surviving as going concerns.

With continuing reduction in expenses across the board, one area in which there seems to be much work afoot is in the Irish Sailing Association, which in latter days had begun to seem like some hidden corner of the civil service, existing more for the benefit of staff than for the provision of services for sailors. It's amazing to learn that the ISA has sixteen fulltime staff, and a basic annual wages bill of something like €600,000. When you add in the expected benefits, it musty come in total to a very tidy yearly sum.

What on earth do they all do? While you'll invariably find the ISA logo in prominence at some top events, it has to be said that you're entirely unaware of the organisation's existence in any form at more everyday happenings, and it doesn't seem to be because they believe in doing good work by stealth. But with special study groups resulting from the major changes introduced in the ISA setup at the AGM in March, we can only hope that in time the Association will reflect the cost-cutting which has had to be introduced in the clubs, which provide the main part of the ISA's income.

While the administrative structures are rightfully being pared back in many areas of our sport, the coastal infrastructure, on which all forms of seagoing ultimately depend, continues to need maintenance and development. In this area, one very promising green shoot is the news that there are signs of movement in Dunmore East. A dredging programme is getting under way, and just this Tuesday, Minister for Marine Simon Coveney TD convened a meeting in the port to inaugurate a community approach to harbour development which, it is hoped, will help to invigorate the many places around Waterford Estuary, for which Dunmore East has the potential to be the true gateway harbour.

Dunmore East – can it fulfil its potential as the gateway leisure port for the Waterford Estuary? Photo Kevin Dwyer, courtesy ICC

In a more extreme marine environment, it has been confirmed that €6 million will be spent on improving the pier at Doolin in northwest Clare, the nearest mainland quay to the Aran Islands, which also caters for the tour boats cruising along the Cliffs of Moher. While the locals seem well pleased, I wouldn't get too excited about it. This is one very rugged part of the coast, and when you remember that it took €31 million to extend the pier at Kilronan in Inismor, the main Aran island, and another €14 million to build the little harbour at the north end of Inis Meain, the middle Aran island, then we can only hope that €6 million is going to achieve something more than a few boulders being shifted about in the roaring ocean at Doolin.

The pier at Doolin is decidedly minimalist, but it provides the shortest sea passage to the Aran Islands. Photo: W M Nixon

But then, in the west all things are possible, and along the ocean seaboard we're told that four thousand signs are being erected to guide people along the Wild Atlantic Way, the new tourism initiative using many smaller coastal roads. Quite so. Frankly, with signage at this level, it will be the Tame Atlantic Way by the time half of them are in place. I have to admit to being a complete curmudgeon in this. In many years of transitting Ireland's west coast by sea and land, one of our favourite areas while driving along the west coast has long been the coast south of Kilkee down to Loop Head, where the cliffs comfortably rival anything the vulgar Cliffs of Moher have to offer, and it is magnificently uncrowded. But not any more, if the Wild Atlantic Way movement has its way.

While I appreciate that visitor numbers have to be kept up and increased whenever and however, it has to be done in a way which appreciates that's what brings people to Ireland (rather than just to Dublin, which is a special case) is an unspoilt landscape. So, four thousand signs just for the one Atlantic Way? Ogden Nash had something to say about this:

"I think that I shall never see,
A billboard lovely as a tree.
But then, until the billboards fall,
I'll never see a tree at all".

Be that as it may, the final sign that suggests things are on the move again is a notice I spotted recently posted at a nearby club, though language pedants might wonder how a notice which manages to mangle so utterly the plural of "dinghy", even to adding a completely superfluous greengrocer's apostrophe, could be seen as encouraging in any way whatsoever.

Well, once you've overcome your opinions about the errors, the underlying message must be good news. More youngsters are evidently coming to sailing this year. And as for the spelling mistake, even that's an improvement. A year ago, the same notice board opened by referring to something called "a dingy", but this time round we have to get to the second line before finding that. And it all comes right for dinghies in the end.

Sign of the times? Whatever about the spelling, this current notice at an Irish sailing club has an underlying message of good news. Photo: W M Nixon

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#ROWING: The Trinity men’s senior eight are the Afloat Rowers of the Month for April. The crew won at the Irish Universities’ Championships at the National Rowing Centre in Cork, beating UCD, and they were convincing victors over NUIG/Gráinne Mhaol at the first Grand League regatta of the year, Skibbereen Regatta. Gráinne Mhaol/NUIG, in some combination, have won four of the last five national titles.

In March, Trinity had been beaten by UCD in a stirring battle in the Gannon Cup and they had also been joint winners of the Dublin Head of the River, dead-heating with a composite crew of Commercial, Gráinne Mhaol and Old Collegians.

Rower of the Month Awards: The judging panel is made up of Liam Gorman, rowing correspondent of The Irish Times and David O'Brien, Editor of Afloat magazine. Monthly awards for achievements during the year will appear on and the overall national award will be presented to the person or crew who, in the judges' opinion, achieved the most notable results in, or made the most significant contribution to rowing during 2014. Keep a monthly eye on progress and watch our 2014 champions’ list grow.

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#ROWING: A crew has been disqualified from the Skibbereen Regatta. The UCD Club Two women's eight substituted in a senior rower.  When processed after the regatta, this pushed the points total of the crew well beyond the figure allowed for the grade. The UCD crew won the race, but Shandon Boat Club have been granted the win. The grading system involved is new this season, but Rowing Ireland warned those forming crews that "there will be fines imposed for future breaches of the rules". 

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#coloursmatch – The annual Colours races between UCD and Trinity underwent a revitalisation this year, with a new location, new format and all new commentary. It was run over the whole day on Saturday (12th April). The event was held in the heart of Dublin city, in front of the Convention Centre on the Liffey. Spectators watched from the quays and the MV Cill Airne, while listening to Chris Tordoff, Ireland's most talked about sailing commentator.

The Colours match was organised from a sailing point of view by the Royal Alfred Yacht Club, using material provided by the Royal St George. Poolbeg generously allowed their premoses and pontoons to be used. 

A full schedule of races was completed, with all the teams bar the firsts and alumni taking part in 2 round robins, of which UCD 2 and UCD 4 won the Gold and Silver round robins respectively. The alumni races were held shortly after, and Trinity came out on top in their best of 3 race, where some of the past leaders of each club fought it out, trying to remember their skills from their college days.

The ladies race which was scheduled unfortunately did not get to be completed due to the time restrictions on lifting the East Link bridge to get the boats back out to Poolbeg Yacht and Boat Club. However, while UCD came out on top in both round robins, the title of Colours Champions goes to whichever college wins the best of 5 races between the colleges. UCD were favourites after their win at Varsities in February, however Trinity had been training hard to break UCD's winning streak over the past 4 years. With the flow in the river picking up pace, the highly contested races began with a large crowd gathered on the MV Cill Airne to watch.

Trinity had great starts, and took an early lead in the first 2 races to hold on and win both. With UCD's hopes coming down to the do or die 3rd big performance was needed. The 3rd between the sides a few times, until Trinity pulled out a very solid final beat to go on to win their first Colours match in 4 years. The winning Trinity team was Scott Flanigan, Lucy Bolger, Jack Hogan, Iain Irvine, Rich Roberts and Ally Dix.


Cillian Dickson, right, and Albha McDermott, Trinity College, in action against Cian Mollen, University College Dublin, left, during their race. Photo: Pat Murphy/Sportsfile

The Colours match marks the end of the college sailing circuit for 2013/14. While there was not much sailing achieved at the 3 events before Varsities, it was still a remarkable year. UCD won one of the tightest Varsities finals in years, the Student Yachting Nationals in Howth were incredibly close between the 8 J80s, and Colours was run with unparalleled success. Colours on the Liffey should become a yearly event after its success this year.


Sophie Murphy and Ali Moorhead, University College Dublin. Photo: Pat Murphy/Sportsfile

Thanks must be given to Energia and Bank of Ireland for their support in running the event, without which the event definitely would not have taken place, and to the MV Cill Airne for hosting the sailors during the day and night.


Cian Mollen and Emily Jones of University College Dublin. Photo: Pat Murphy/Sportsfile


In the shadow of the Samuel Beckett bridge. A general river Liffey view of the racing action during the final race between University College Dublin and Trinity College. Photo: Pat Murphy/Sportsfile

The Winner's View...

Trinity College Sailing reports on how its 2014 sailing season finished with a bang, beating the UCD favourites to win the Colours for th first time in five years

For the first time ever, the annual colours match between arch rivals Trinity College Dublin and their noisy neighbours UCD took place on the River Liffey. UCD commodore Vinnie Varley pulled out all the stops and had the bridge lifted for all 12 boats to sail to the race area which was beside the MV Cill Airne. There was serious tension between the two colleges in the lead up to the event, with UCD snatching a win from TCD on countback in the Student Yachting Nationals the week before along with the usual undertones from the Belfield campus.


 TCD Alumni, helms Jake Mealy, Luke Finnegan and Christopher O'Reilly won their best of three series, starting off Trinity's victory. Photo– Stephen Doyle/Vision Media

All sailors were faced with very challenging racing conditions aside from the shifty and gusty breeze. With one eager fresher commenting "There were obstacles such as the Liffey Barge that we were not normally used to having to deal with!". Spectators watched from the MV Cill Airne where running commentary was provided by The Viper, who's focus was more on tales of ferry journeys than on the fireflies!

The morning provided a different running order to usual, with the 2nd-5th's racing in a round robin. The Trinity faithful were spurred on following the return of the familiar face of Finn Murphy , who spurred the "Fighting fifths" on up the last beat to secure one of the most dramatic wins of the day. TCD 2 went unbeaten in the morning round robin with the young guns of TCD 4 also putting in a big performance to pave the way for an upset.

After a mid day interval for lunch, the TCD alumni went out to set down a marker for the afternoon. Winning their side of the event 2-1 added to the shift in momentum towards the much debated rebranded "Trinity College, The University of Dublin. "

The colours match, decided on the result of the race between the two first teams, has a funny history of long winning streaks. Until 2010, Trinity had won four years in a row from 2006 and since then UCD were on a roll themselves during a golden period. Trinity were fired up to prevent UCD achieving the elusive five in a row and started strongly with a 1,2 off the line in the first race of the best of five series. This was followed up by another commanding 1,2 win setting up a tantalising prospect for the Trinity fans of a whitewash against the favourites and current Intervarsity champions.

TCD Alumni, helms Jake Mealy, Luke Finnegan and Christopher O'Reilly won their best of three series, starting off Trinity's victory. 


Jack Hogan and Iain Irvine (TCD 1) on the way to a comprehensive win. Photo: Pat Murphy/Sportsfile

The final race had all the supporters raised from the comfort of their seats on the Cill Airne as the drama continued right until the last beat, where Trinity converted back from a 1,4,6 into a 1,2,3 to take the Colours match by 3-0 in the best of five series. It was fantastic to hear chants of TCD across the Liffey within a few hundred metres of the iconic Front Square.

Unfortunately due to time constraints, the ladies race had to be abandoned however there were several unconfirmed sources claiming that fear had struck given the talk of Ally Dix's proposed return to the helm.

The win marks a sign of great progress for The University of Dublin as they look to rebuild towards another golden period of their own. A renewned sense of pride in our teams performances was notable.

The clubs main focus for the 2013/2014 season was on an increased racing schedule which involved three Uk trips. These were only possible due to the kind sponsorship from the TCD Alumni fund, who helped finance members from our top three teams competing in Cambridge. We would also like to thank our other main sponsors from Waterside Malahide, Cannon Kirk and Kevin Flanigan Estates who contributed greatly throughout the year towards subsiding our competition costs.

If you would be interested in sponsorsing our club or the colours event for the 2014/2015 please email [email protected] . As can be seen from the images substantial advertising space is available.

A huge thank you must go to UCD for organising such a fantastic event and also to all those who came to support from both Universities. No doubt this event will continue to go from strength to strength in it's new location.

TCD 1: Scott Flanigan/Lucy Bolger, Jack Hogan/Iain Irvine, Richard d'Esterre Roberts/Ally Dix
TCD 2: Harry O'Reilly/Kerrie O'Leary, Cillian Dickson/Alva McDermott, Jennifer Andreasson/Charlotte Murphy
TCD 3: Amy Swinglehurst/Emma Flood, Patrick Collins/Amelia O'Keefe, Annabel Elliot/Max Hickey
TCD 4: Dermott O'Flynn/Larragh Lee, Brian Carthy/Anna Hayes, Paul Martin, Florence Fanning
TCD 5: Finn Murphy/Louise O'Callaghan, James Eggers/Alison Greene, Michael Craig/Christabel Cavey
TCD Alumni: Jake Mealy/Rachael Flood, Chris O'Reilly/Alice Wyse Jackson, Luke Finnegan/Colm McLovin


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