Nepean Rowing Club is offering a free 3 session learn to row course to 13-18 year old's this school holidays (4-19th July).
More information can be found below.
Due to the current situation we made the decision to do this year's presentation online. Thank you to everyone who got involved. We look forward to seeing you all on the water soon.
Maurie Reddan OAM president’s Trophy
This award is given to the Nepean rower who gains the most points from the season’s regattas.
Bruce Neale Trophy
This award is given to the rower who is seen as having improved the most throughout the season.
Baden King Trophy
This award is given to a rower who exhibits special achievement and effort.
Lloyd Death Memorial Trophy
Awarded to the most successful coxswain of the year.
Ken Henson Memorial Club Person of the Year Trophy
Awarded to a person who contributes beyond what is expected of a normal member.
Terry Baskett Memorial Trophy
Awarded to the most successful rower who is competing for their first season.
Ralph Rylance Memorial Trophy
Awarded to the most successful school rower in that season.
Callaghan Plumbing Towards 2028 Olympic Trophy
Awarded to the rower who is seen as being a prospective Australian representative at future Olympics.
Dick Willis Master of the Year Trophy
Awarded to the most successful master in that season based on both water performance and contribution to the club off the water.
We are pleased to announce that we will be resuming private learn to row sessions from the 30th May.
There will be a protocol in place to ensure the healthy and safety of everyone involved.
2020 Rowing Talent Identification and Development Program: Nepean Rowing Club and Western Sydney Academy of Sport
Nominations can be made on the Academy website: https://www.wsas.com.au/nominations-new/rowing-nominations/
We had twenty rowers compete at the Sydney regatta. We were able to boat a few crews and it also provided an opportunity for the small boats that will be racing in Nationals next month to race at SIRC one more time.
Para 1x: Kate
WU19 1x: Edee
Para 2-: Kate and Paul
WU23 2x: Edee and Macayla
MU19 1x: Miles
WU23 1x: Annelise
WO 2x: Sienna and Annelise
MC4+: Jason, Miles, Harry, Paul and Alex
WO4x: Sienna, Edee, Jacqui and Annelise
MO 2x: Jason and Miles
WC4+: Aimee, Jacqui, Edee, Macayla and Jess
Thankyou to everyone who helped on the day to make it all possible. We look forward now to our next regatta which will be the Drummoyne regatta on the 15th March.
For the first time in a long time we sent a substantial amount of rowers from one school to this regatta, the public school's State Championships.
This year we had fourteen Penrith Highschool students attend the regatta. This in itself is quite an achievement given the program has only been running for one year. They had some good results, with highlights including:
WU15 1x: 6th: Gauri Kotera
Women's Inter Regional 4x+: 3rd: Gauri Kotera
MU15 1x: 3rd: Daming Wang
MU15 2x: 3rd: Daming Wang and Tanish Patil
MU16 1x: 8th: Alex Vella
A big thankyou to Penrith Highschool for their support of this program, without which we would not be where we are now. We look forward to the future of this program. Thanks to Sarah who has been pivotal to the success as a whole and in particular for this event.
Edee also attended the regatta, representing her school, Wollongong Highschool of the Performing Arts. Edee had a comfortable heat though her start was not ideal with a not so straight start causing her to crash into buoys. She had a smoother race in the final and went away with the silver.
A wet three days was forecasted and the weather did not disappoint. Unfortunately this also saw the majority of Sunday's racing cancelled with only a couple hours of heats and semi-finals racing taking place.
Good work to all those who worked hard for the event and for those who unfortunately did not race, rest assured there will be more opportunities in the future.
Special mentions to:
Kate Murdoch for winning the Para single and the Para double with University of Queensland rower, Mac.
Aimee Wagner who teamed up with Maxine from Glebe to claim the bronze in the lightweight under 21 double.
Miles Harrold for placing seventh in the under 19 single.