ERBC has a fantastic day last Saturday at the Head of the River. This was the first race since 2019 and it was a huge success with 94 crews completing the race in glorious sunshine.
DUBC (Trinity) Senior Eights were the overall winners
2nd were UCDBC Senior Eights
3rd were DUBC Intermediate eights
Fastest Women’s Crew – Women’s Senior Eights DUBC – Trinity Ladies including Former ERBC rower Miriam Kelly and Irish Olympic medal Winner Aifric Keogh
2nd women’s Intermediate eights NUIG
3rd women’s Intermediate eights UCD ladies boat Club
ERBC’s Junior Men’s Eights took the win over Irish Champions St Joseph’s BC which was the 5th fastest time overall
ERBC Junior Women’s Eights took the Sir Anthony Hart trophy which was presented by Lady Mary Hart alongside Ms Armstrong, Enniskillen Royal Grammar School Principal and David Storrs, ERBC’S President.
There was a great win for ERBC in the Club 1 4+ category for Lewis Nixon, John and Joseph O’Kane, Kyle Abraham and cox Kerry Blake over Queens University Boat Club.
ERBC won the J16 4X+ Andrew Cuthbertson, Hugo McChesney, Christian Timoney, Ryan Topping and cox Conor Taylor.
St Joseph’s BC won the Tom Noble Memorial Cup which was presented by Mary Noble at the Boat House on Saturday afternoon.
Win for Men’s J15 8X+ – George Kernaghan, Lorcan Sreenivasan, Ethan Downey, Harry Coalter, Charlie Lynn, Luke Bailey, Justin Smith, Eoghan Campbell and cox Daniel Montgomery time 23.16.5
2nd Col Iognaid 23.22.9
2nd place for ERBC WJ 15 8X+ A. Category won by St Michael’s RC. The ERBC Crew was Hannah Armstrong, Erin Carty, Abbey Johnston, Kate Huddlestone, Daisy O’Hare, Molly Rice, Erin Trimble, Isabella Wright and Cox Abbey Wilson.
Many thanks to everyone who helped Mr Holland and the team at ERBC to run a very successful and safe event, your help is very much appreciated by everyone at the Boatclub.
ERBC won the Waterways Ireland Trophy for the best Overall Junior Club at Erne Head 2022. This trophy was presented by CEO of Waterways Ireland John McDonagh.