Fermoy Rowing Club Notes
Castleconnell Head of the River on Saturday
The Club has entered a total of sixteen crews for Castleconnell Head of the River which will take place on Saturday at O'Brien's Bridge, County Clare. We have entered a Junior 18 Eight which will consist of: Philip O'Flynn (cox) Eolann Sheehan, Simonas Drumsta, Stephen Geary, Evan Harris O'Sullivan, James O'Mahoney, Sean Connolly, Eoin Donnellan and Darragh O'Callaghan.
We have three Junior 16 Quads, consisting of: (A) Luke Myers, Ruairi Myers, Enda Gormley, Emmett Dorgan and Suraj Theratile; (B) Darragh O'Callaghan, Eoin Donnellan, Sean Connolly, James O'Mahoney and Feargal Donnellan; and Oscar Bradley, Donal Fisher, Charlie McGarvey, Ryan Roche and Emma McEvoy.
Fermoy has two Men's Junior 16 Double Sculls of Ryan Roche and Nicholas Llewellyn, and Luke Myers and Ryan Roche.
Adam Fisher is entered in the Men's Junior 16 Single Scull. In the Men's Junior 14 Coxed Quad we have entered a crew of Cathal Donnellan, Greg Lardner, David Lardner, Shane Patrick Hurley and David Mulcahy (cox). Colm Hurley is entered in the Men's Junior 14 Single Sculls.
We have two Women's Novice Single Sculls: Ashley Whelan and Mary Costigan.
In the Women's Junior 16 Double Scull we have two crews. Zoee Sohun and Eimear Ryan; Jamie Freeman and Emma McEvoy.
In the Women's Junior 16 Single Sculls, Zoee Sohun, Eimear Ryan and Jamie Freeman have entered.
As this is the first outing since crews came back training in September, the results of this Head will give a good indication of hoe crews are performing. The Captain and Coaches are happy with progress so far.
Monday the 7th of November sees the return of Fermoy Rowing Club's ever-popular Table Quiz. The first quiz is for the Rotary Club, to be followed a week later by a quiz for the Sub-Aqua Club.
There will be a special Extraordinary General Meeting of Fermoy Rowing Club on Thursday October 27th. This will take place in the Clubhouse at 8.30pm and is necessary to ratify Club rule changes. All members are requested to attend.
The Club will hold a fund-raising Flag Day on Thursday the 27th of October. This is necessary in order to raise much-needed funds as membership has increased and this has placed a strain on the Club. Last year's entry fees for Regattas cost approximately €7,500 and the upkeep of current equipment will cost over €10,000.
We will hold a Youth Disco on Friday the 28th of October. This starts at 9pm and ends at 11.45pm. These discos are fully supervised by adults and are great fun.