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Thomas Kelly
#Rowing: The Ireland junior men’s quadruple finished just outside the medals at the Coupe de la Jeunesse in Corgeno, Italy, today. The crew of Rory O’Neill, Thomas Kelly, Fionn O’Reilly and Andrew Sheehan were just .87 off a medal. Italy…
Ireland Eight Open Coupe Campaign
#Rowing: Ireland’s junior women’s eight finished seventh in the first race of the Coupe de la Jeunesse in Corgeno, Italy. The race was won by Spain, with the Netherlands second and Britain third. Eight crews competed.  The Coupe has two…
Cliodhna Nolan and Aoife Casey
#Rowing: Ireland took fourth in the lightweight women’s double at the World Under-23 Championships in Florida. Aoife Casey and Cliodhna Nolan raced from sixth to fourth in the second half of this A Final, which was won well by Switzerland…
Tara Hanlon
#Rowing: Ireland took a silver medal at the World Rowing Under-23 Championships today through the women’s four of Claire Feerick, Eimear Lambe, Tara Hanlon and Emily Hegarty, who swapped into the stroke seat for Lambe.  Britain and Ireland swept into…
Hugh Sutton
#Rowing: The Ireland lightweight men’s quadruple of Eoin Gaffney, Hugh Sutton, Ryan Ballantine and Miles Taylor took a bronze medal today at the World Under-23 Championships in Sarasota Bradenton in Florida.  Italy made a tremendous start. They pushed clear of…
Ross Corrigan
#Rowing: The Ireland men’s coxed four won their B Final and finished seventh overall at the World Under-23 Championships in Sarasota Bradenton in Florida today.  Germany were the sole other contenders in this race. Ireland’s Brion O’Rourke, Ross Corrigan, Daire…
Holly Davis
#Rowing: The Ireland junior men’s eight topped off a series of four Ireland wins – all at junior level – at the Home International Regatta in Strathclyde Park in Scotland. They beat Scotland by just over two seconds, while England…
Aoife Casey
#Rowing: The lightweight double of Aoife Casey and Cliodhna Nolan became the third Ireland boat to qualify for an A Final at the World Under-23 Championships today.  They won their repechage. Two boats would go to the A Final, and…
Eimear Lambe
#Rowing: The Ireland women’s four qualified for the A Final at the World Rowing Under-23 Championships in Florida. The crew of Claire Feerick, Emily Hegarty, Tara Hanlon and Eimear Lambe won their repechage – by far the fastest of two…
Aoife Casey
#Rowing: Ireland’s lightweight double scull of Aoife Casey and Cliodhna Nolan finished fourth in their heat at the World Under-23 Championships in Florida today and must negotiate a repechage as they target a place in the A Final.  The top…
Tara Hanlon and Emily Hegarty
#Rowing: Ireland took third place in a fast heat of the women’s four at the World Rowing Under-23 Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton in Florida.  The winner alone went directly through to the A Final. The United States claimed this spot, with…
James Quinlan
#Rowing: Ireland finished fourth in their heat of the men’s coxed four at the World Under-23 Championships in Florida today. Only the winner of the heat qualified directly for the A Final. Ireland were up with Germany and Australia in…
Champions Chosen: the NUIG/Castleconnell eight have six rowers in the Ireland Homes team
#Rowing: Ireland will be represented by a team from 25 clubs at the Home International Regatta on Saturday, July 27th, at Strathclyde Park in Glasgow. The junior women’s team includes Holly Davis (14), the new junior single sculls champion of…
The UCD senior men's eight celebreate after their win
#Rowing: UCD won only their second senior men's eights Championship of Ireland since 1973 at the National Rowing Centre today. They last won in 2011. They had a clearwater lead by half way and never let it go. The senior…
St Michael's edge out NUIG
#Rowing: Cork clubs had a set of good results in the first session of Sunday finals at the Irish Rowing Championships at the National Rowing Centre. Cork Boat Club's junior women's pair started the ball rolling, while Skibbereen then took…
Paul O'Donovan flips the stroke coach back in the boat
#Rowing: Paul O'Donovan and Fintan McCarthy took a second silver medal for Ireland after an extraordinary final of the lightweight double sculls at the World Cup in Rotterdam today. Ireland took over the lead early and led all the way…

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