Ireland Crews Stay in the Hunt for Medals

The early racing on Saturday gave Ireland plenty to cheer about at the World Cup regatta in Poznan, Poland. The aim was to qualify boats for A Finals, and five of the six Irish boats hit the target.  The first lightweight single sculls semi-final pitted Gary O’Donovan...

Five Ireland Crews Nail Semi-Final Places at World Cup

There were a string of good results for Ireland at the World Cup regatta in Poznan today. All five crews in heats qualified directly for semi-finals.  Fintan McCarthy won his heat of the lightweight single sculls in a good time, while Gary O’Donovan also qualified. He...

Irish Bring Home Medals and Lessons from Dorney Lake

Irish crews turned out in huge numbers at the big Metropolitan Regatta on Dorney Lake on Saturday and Sunday – over 50 crews from this island competed on both days – and there was a good haul of medals.  The placings gave a telling indication of the relative positions...

Commercial and Trinity Shine at Metro Regatta

Commercial’s Niall Beggan was a strong winner of the men’s single sculls and the Commercial pair of Colm Dowling and Jack Smith (above) also won well at Dublin Metropolitan Regatta today.  Trinity had a good run coming up to the close of the afternoon session of...

Benefit Concert for Ukraine

A benefit concert for the Irish Refugee Council and Ukraine will be held in St Patrick’s Church, Ringsend this Friday, May 27th.  The organisers, who have been behind the successful All In a Row charity events on the Liffey, hope for a good turnout. Tickets are...