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Greystones AND Wicklow Regattas 2014

Greystones Regatta

IMG_1684Scheduled to take their traditional slots on the August Bank Holiday Saturday and Monday, the last two regattas of the season ended up running off back-to-back. High northerly winds on Saturday forced a postponement of the Greystones Regatta to Sunday. We experienced some trailer trouble on the road from Dun Laoghaire, but our good friends and neighbours at INSS managed to get us back on the road. Heros!

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St. Michael’s Regatta 2014 – Report

Row fast me 'artiesThis weekend we welcomed the whole of the East Coast to Dun Laoghaire for our home regatta. Thanks to year-on-year growth across the sport, this was our biggest regatta yet, with 85 crews from 9 clubs, spread across 13 races.

 

DSCF2357For the first time ever, we had 11 sets of start ropes and turning cans! St. Michael’s entered a whopping 15 crews, which was matched by just one other club, and exceeded by none. With 5 podium finishes, the Dun Laoghaire crews certainly did themselves proud too. Continue reading

St. Michael’s Regatta 2014 – Notice

We are proud to be hosting round 6 of the East Coast Rowing Championships on Sunday 27th July, 2014, with the first race beginning at 10.30am

Super turnoutThe regatta will take place from the West Pier (Dun Laoghaire) to the North of Seapoint Tower. With more than 80 crews competing from all over the East Coast, this will be an action packed day.

There will be 13 races, for all age groups. This year’s event will see hundreds of men, women and children compete over a gruelling circuit in a bid to be crowned 2014 champions in their respective category. Continue reading

Stella Maris Regatta 2014

DSC08578The first of two back-to-back regattas in Ringsend saw St. Michael’s return to winning ways in style!

Again, it was the first race that brought medals, but this time it was the turn of our Senior Ladies, who won a hotly-contested Silver. Having led the race into the turn, the home crew stole pole position, leaving our girls to fight out a photo finish with a very strong Arklow crew. Continue reading