“IT is all we wanted all year, to win the Eight” says Enniskillen Royal Boat Women’s Club captain, Nikki Kernaghan, after she and her teammates rowed to glory in the Irish Junior Eight Rowing Championships, on Sunday. They crossed the finish line with five seconds to spare at the National Rowing Centre in […]
Almost 50 athletes from Enniskillen Royal Boat Club travelled to Dorney Lake last weekend, the home of the London 2012 Olympics rowing venue. They were there for what is regarded as one of the biggest and most competitive school rowing competitions in the world, the British National School’s Regatta. The small Enniskillen club returned home […]
Three of Portora Boat Club’s top eights travelled to Belfast on Saturday past to contest the Ulster School’s Boat Race on the River Lagan.
The 59th Erne Head of the River took place on Saturday past, as Portora Boat Club dominated the junior ranks.
Saturday 28th February will see the return of high quality racing with the annual Erne Head of the River.
Following some strong performances on Irish rowing machine testing at Limerick, the top rowers from all over Ireland now had their chance to show their speed on the water.
Portora Royal School Boat Club Boys Junior Coxed Eights made a real splash in the summer of 2014.
Last weekend saw Portora Boat Club sent 60 rowers to Limerick to compete at the Irish Indoor Rowing Championships. This event was an important part of selection for junior rowers looking to gain a place in the Irish team for racing in the summer.
Having spent the past 4-5 years in the GB Rowing development squad, and on the cusp of full GB honours, Enniskillen oarswoman Rebecca Humphreys has stepped back from the full squad selection process to concentrate on her professional business career.