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Trinity's Senior Crew Fastest Eight in Belfast Event

8th February 2015
Trinity's Senior Crew Fastest Eight in Belfast Event

#ROWING: Trinity’s men’s senior eight were the fastest crew in the 4,200-metre second head of the Lagan Head of the River in Belfast on Saturday. The closest to the Dublin crew were the Portora Junior 18A eight. The Queen’s senior eight which was entered did not compete. The fastest women’s eight was the Portora Junior 18A crew. Trinity’s senior eight crashed and damaged their boat.

Head Two (4,200m)

Overall: 1 Trinity sen eight 14:17.2, 2 Portora Jun 18A eight 14:39.6, 3 Bann Jun 18A eight 14:48.7, 4 Trinity A senior coxed four 15:04.7, 5 Trinity sen coxed four 15:09.6, 6 Queen’s inter eight 15:16.2.

Men

Eight – Senior: Trinity 14:17.2. Intermediate: Queen’s 15:16.2. Club One: Commercial 16:03.7. Junior 18A: Portora 14:39.6. Jun 16: Methodist A 15:50.2.

Four – Senior: Trinity A 15:04.7

Sculling,

Quadruple – Senior: RBAI 16:50.

Women

Eight – Senior: Trinity 16:00.9. Club One: Queen’s 16:00.9. Junior 18A: Portora 15:39.5. Jun 16: CAI 17:53.6.

Four – Senior: Methodist 17:34.6.

Sculling,

Quadruple – Senior: Portadown 17:41.3

 

POSITION
CREW
NUMBER Club Class Cox/Steerer Time % of winning
time Comments
1 2 DUBC MS 8+ C. Flynn 14:17.2 100.00
2 3 Portora MJ18A 8+ M. Woodhouse 14:39.6 102.61
3 4 Bann MJ18A 8+ C. Bell 14:48.7 103.68
4 24 DUBC A MS 4+ K. Salley 15:04.7 105.54
5 25 DUBC B MS 4+ A. McConville 15:09.6 106.12
6 8 QUBBC MI 8+ P. Ramsey 15:16.2 106.88
7 7 Belfast RC MI 8+ M. Taylor 15:16.6 106.92
8 38 Portora WJ18A 8+ C. McClean 15:39.5 109.60
9 18 Methodist A MJ16 8+ J. Thompson 15:50.2 110.85
10 39 Bann WJ18A 8+ E. Earl 15:51.4 110.98
11 30 Neptune MMD 8+ J. Butler 15:56.2 111.55
12 15 DULBC A WS 8+ N. Williams 16:00.9 112.09
13 43 QUBLBC A WC1 8+ A. DeBaroid 16:00.9 112.09
14 11 Commercial MC1 8+ R. Keogh 16:03.7 112.42
15 35 Belfast BC MMF 8+ B. Campbell 16:08.9 113.03
16 9 DUBC A MC1 8+ A. O'Donnell 16:10.9 113.27
17 12 Methodist MC1 8+ H. Adams 16:11.6 113.35
18 36 Belfast RC A MMF 8+ S. Mairs 16:16.2 113.88
19 29 Bann MMD 8+ N. Hamill 16:16.3 113.89
20 13 DUBC B MC1 8+ D. Gannon 16:17.5 114.03
21 19 Commercial MJ16 8+ R. Keogh 16:17.7 114.06
22 6 CAI MJ18A 8+ J. Grant 16:19.7 114.29
23 5 RBAI MJ18A 8+ D. Simpson 16:22.5 114.62
24 48 Portora A WJ16 8+ S. Dolan 16:37.7 116.40
25 37 LVBC MMF 8+ M. Warnock 16:41.8 116.86
26 16 DULBC B WS 8+ K. Paterson 16:42.0 116.89
27 40 Belfast BC WMD 8+ R. Bell 16:43.2 117.02
28 32 OCBC MME 8+ J. Henry 16:46.1 117.37
29 14 RBAI MS 4X- A. Mallon 16:50.0 117.83
30 33 Carlow MxdN 8+ S. Scully 17:02.6 119.29
31 47 DULBC WC1 8+ A. Reid 17:11.7 120.36
32 44 Belfast RC A WC1 8+ B. Kelly 17:14.3 120.66
33 10 Belfast RC MC1 8+ J. Brandon 17:30.2 122.51
34 42 Methodist WS 4- R. Betts 17:34.6 123.03
35 41 Belfast RC WMC 8+ S. Smith 17:38.6 123.49
36 21 Methodist B MJ16 8+ A. Mawhinney 17:39.4 123.59
37 28 Portadown WS 4X- C. Flack 17:41.3 123.81
38 34 Belfast RC B MME 8+ F. Gunn 17:41.7 123.86
39 22 CAI MJ16 8+ A. Scott 17:53.6 125.24
40 27 Belfast RC WS 4X- E. Hobson 17:53.8 125.27
41 45 QUBLBC B WC1 8+ A. Murdock 18:18.8 128.18
42 49 Methodist WJ16 8+ D. Morrow 18:21.3 128.48
43 46 Belfast RC B WC1 8+ M. McCloskey 18:54.3 132.32
44 31 Portadown MMD 8+ C. McCullough 19:34.4 137.01
45 26 Portora WS 4X- E. Mooney 20:06.3 140.73
46 50 Portora B WJ16 8+ A. Dowson 21:21.6 149.50
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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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