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Ireland Under-23 and Junior Teams Named

3rd July 2019

#Rowing: Two men’s crews – a men’s coxed four and a lightweight quadruple – have been selected to represent Ireland at the World Under-23 Championships in Florida at the end of the month, July 24th to 28th. Two women’s crews, a four and lightweight double, have been pre-selected.

 The junior men’s coxed four and junior women’s double have been selected for the World Junior Championships in Tokyo in August, and four junior women’s crews and one junior men’s are selected for the Coupe de la Jeunesse, the European junior tournament in Italy at the start of August.  

Ireland Under-23 and Junior Teams

Under-23 World Championships, Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida, July 24th-28th


Four, coxed: B O’Rourke, D Lynch, R Corrigan, J Quinlan; cox: E Finnegan.

Lightweight Quadruple: E Gaffney, H Sutton, R Ballantine, M Taylor.

Women (Pre-Selected Crews)

Four: C Feerick, E Lambe, T Hanlon, E Hegarty

Lightweight Double: A Casey, C Nolan

World Junior Championships, Tokyo August 7th – 11th

Junior Men

Four, coxed: M Gallagher, J O’Donovan, J Dorney, J Kearney; cox: L O’Regan

Junior Women

Double Sculls: M Curry, R O’Donoghue

Coupe de la Jeunesse, Corgeno, Italy, August 2nd-3rd

Junior Men

Quadruple: A Sheehan, T Kelly, F O’Reilly, R O’Neill

Junior Women

Four: L O’Brien, N Kiely, S Daly, A Daly

Pair: C O’Sullivan, J Duggan

Sculling, Quadruple: A Tyther, S Scully, A Lynch, L McCoy

Double: G Healy, C Kirwin

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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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