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CLUB AGM NOTIFICATION

Agenda Fermoy Rowing Club AGM FRIDAy 14/10/2016     

at Club House 8PM Sharp

List of officer posts FRC 2016/17 to be filled at
2016 Fermoy Rowing Club AGM
held Friday 14th October 2016

Nominations must be received by Club Secretary 7 days beforehand.

 

AGENDA              LIST OF OFFICER POST 

 

 

FERMOY QUAD ACHIEVE BRONZE AT GHENT INTERNATIONAL REGATTA

 

Last Friday morning months of Training and preparation came to fruition for the Fermoy Junior 16 ladies touched down on Belgian soil to begin a weekends racing at the 11th international Flemish Championships for Juniors. The event attracted over 2000 rowers, from 16 countries accross Europe and further afield.  Fermoy's Sarah Mrrphy, Amy Walsh, Selina Cotter and Katie Bartley, accompanied by Coach Rhonda Murphy and Ms Walsh, had been preparing for months for the trip, raising sufficient funds to send them to this prestigious regatta, which is considered one of the best Junior regatta in its class, none the less the girls took this in their stride as they showed the international stage just what Fermoy rowers could do!

Read more: FERMOY QUAD ACHIEVE BRONZE AT GHENT INTERNATIONAL REGATTA

Cork H.O.R. 2014

 

A total of 14 Fermoy Boats took to the water last Saturday for the first event of the rowing calendar, Cork H.O.R. The challenging 4 KM Course from the Port of Cork sign in the center of Cork City all the way to Blackrock Observatory is one of the best courses to test a crews true grit. Fermoy's Ted Pyne and Gavin Morrison took the course in their stride in the men's J16 double, taking home first in a time of 14 minutes and 18 seconds. Newcomer to FRC Ben Daumann impressed all with his performance in the men's Senior Scull, winning in a time of 14 minutes and 41 seconds. The women's crews also impressed throughout the day, rowing very well to take home 3 third places.

 

 

St. Patrick's Day festivities 2014

 

Club Chairman Patrick Granville would like to invite all club members past and present to join in the Fermoy Rowing Club St. Patrick's Day festivities. Those wishing to march in the parade are asked to assemble at the club house at 10 AM on Monday morning for the annual club photograph. From there we will make our way to the start of the parade joined by our Ruderclub Germania Dusseldorf friends. Following the parade all are invited back to the club house for some light refreshments and food. Entertainment will be laid on in the club house to celebrate the annual arrival of Ruderclub Germania Dusseldorf.

 

 

WINNING BECOMES A FAMILY AFFAIR AT CORK "AT HOME" REGATTA

Last Sunday the hard work and dedication of Fermoy's Junior Crews really came to fruition at the first of  series of "At Home" Regattas held by Cork Boat Club.  Fermoy oars people took home a total of 27 medals between them, winning seven out of ten events on the day.

The first win was in the Men's Junior 13 quad, coached by John Hurley. Stroke Shane Hurley kept his crew of Tiernan Ryan, Jack O'Donnell, David Mulcahy and Cox Bryan Hurley calm and collected as they crossed the line with ease. However, that was not all the Hurley Family had to offer, Colm Hurley took to the water in the Men's Junior 14 Scull to place first place over two very strong Cork Boat Club Scullers.

The next win came in the form of the Women's junior 14 quad. With sisters Sarah and Jenny Murphy in stroke pair followed by Grainne Daly and a Cork Boat Club Girl, they took first place in their heat to place them in prime contention for a medal in the Final. Fresh from her win in the quad, Sarah Murphy battled her way through to the final to take first position in the women's Junior 14 Sculls, ahead of Cork Boat Club.  Next it was the turn of the Men's Junior 15 Quad, who, under the close guidance of Coach Tony O'Brien, sailed their way through to the final to take gold ahead of Presentation College and Cork Boat Club. In the Men's Junior 13 Sculls it was an all Fermoy Affair as Jack O'Donnell just edged ahead of fellow club member Garry Colman. The final win of the day was in the Men's Oct, comprising of a combination of both Junior 14 & 15 Oars people, they fought off Presentation College with ease to secure gold medal position. for hosting such a wonderful and successful event.

Many thanks are due to Cork Boat club for hosting such a wonderful and successful event.  Many thanks are also due to all the parents and friends of Fermoy Rowing Club who traveled to Cork to help out!