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Ireland Women Win at Home Internationals

24th July 2010
Ireland Women Win at Home Internationals

Ireland won the women’s senior and junior titles at the Home International Regatta at the National Rowing Centre in Cork. England won the men’s senior title and Wales were the surprise winners of the junior men’s title.

Home Internationals, National Rowing Centre, Cork

Men, Eight: 1 Ireland 5:55.8, 2 England 5:59.0, 3 Wales 6:05.9.

Pair: 1 Scotland 6:57.4, 2 Ireland 7:02.5, 3 Wales 7:07.2.

Lightweight Pair: 1 Ireland 7:07.3, 2 England 7:07.7, 3 Scotland 7:25.1

Sculling, Quadruple: 1 England 6:05.9, 2 Ireland 6:10.5, 3 Wales 6:11.2.  Double: 1 England 6:44.7, 2 Wales 6:49.6, 3 Ireland 6:52.9.

Lightweight Double: 1 England 6:49.9, 2 Ireland 6:54.0, 3 Wales 6:54.9. Single: 1 England 7:17.0, 2 Wales 7:21.2, 3 Ireland 7:28.2. Lightweight Single: 1 England 7:23.6, 2 Scotland 7:26.5, 3 Wales 7:29.8, 4 Ireland 7:51.3

Under-23 Four: 1 Ireland 6:17.1, 2 England 6:23.8, 3 Wales 6:29.2.

Junior, Eight: 1 England 6:02.0, 2 Wales 6:09.2, 3 Ireland 6:14.3.

Four: 1 Wales 6:34.0, 2 Ireland 6:42.5, 3 England 6:45.4. Four, coxed: 1 Wales 6:36.0, 2 Ireland 6:44.4, 3 England 6:50.2.

Pair: 1 Ireland 7:08.8, 2 Wales 7:24.0, 3 England 7:24.0

Sculling, Quadruple: 1 England 6:16.8, 2 Wales 6:17.4, 3 Scotland 6:26.5. Double 1 Wales 6:55.6, 2 England 6:59.2, 3 Scotland 7:10.2. Single: 1 Wales 7:20.7, 2 England 7:25.7, 3 Scotland 7:41.2, 4 Ireland 8:16.9

Men, Overall - Senior: 1 England 30, 2 Ireland 26, 3 Wales 19, 4 Scotland 15. Junior: 1 Wales 25, 2 England 20, 3 Ireland 15, 4 Scotland 10

Women

Eight: 1 England 6:42.9, 2 Scotland 6:48.5, 3 Wales 6:48.7, 4 Ireland 6:58.6.

Pair: 1 Wales 7:41.7, 2 England 7:45.9, 3 Ireland 8:03.9

Lightweight Pair: 1 Ireland 7:50.9, 2 Scotland 7:51.5, 3 Wales 8:02.5

Sculling, Quadruple: 1 Ireland 6:55.3, 2 Wales 7:05.4, 3 England 7:07.1. Double: 1 Ireland 7:23.7, 2 Wales 7:28.9, 3 England 7:31.1.

Lightweight Double: 1 Ireland 7:28.7, 2 England 7:29.3, 3 Wales 7:53.9. Single: 1 England 8:06.3, 2 Wales 8:16.4, 3 Ireland 8:24.4. Lightweight Single: 1 Ireland 8:10.6, 2 Wales 8:17.2, 3 England 8:22.0

Under-23 Four: 1 Wales 7:09.0, 2 England 7:10.7, 3 Ireland 7:18.1.

Junior

Eight: 1 Ireland 6:44.4, 2 England 6:58.1, 3 Scotland 7:05.4.

Four: 1 Scotland 7:34.4, 2 England 7:44.5, 3 Ireland 7:46.9. Four, coxed: 1 Ireland 7:22.4, 2 England 7:22.8, 3 Wales 7:39.2.

Pair: 1 Ireland 7:57.1, 2 Scotland 8:11.4, 3 England 8:23.6

Sculling, Quadruple: 1 Ireland 6:57.9, 2 Wales 6:09.2, 3 England 7:17.0. Double: 1 Ireland 7:37.0, 2 Wales 7:39.4, 3 England 7:46.6.

Sculling, Double: 1 Ireland 7:37.0, 2 Wales 7:39.4, 3 England 7:46.6. Single: 1 Wales 8:16.9, 2 Ireland 8:28.1, 3 Scotland 8:29.0

Women, Overall – Senior: 1 Ireland 27, 2 Wales 26, 3 England 24, 4 Scotland 13. Junior: 1 Ireland 25, 2 England 16, 3 Wales 15, 4 Scotland 14.

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Liam Gorman

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Liam Gorman is a writer and reporter. He is the co-author of Little Lady, One Man, Big Ocean, published in the United States and Canada as Crossing the Swell. He is the rowing correspondent of the Irish Times.  

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