The Annual General Meeting of GalleyFlash Rowing Club was held on Sunday, January 17th in Rathbarry Hall where a large crowd was in attendance. The committee for the forthcoming year was elected as follows:
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On Saturday last, September 26th, GalleyFlash Rowing Club held its annual RunForestRun. With a new 5 mile multi terrain course making its debut for runners and the traditional 5km road route making a comeback for walkers, the course was in pristine condition in the glorious autumn sunshine.
On this coming Saturday, September 26th, GalleyFlash Rowing Club will host the annual Run Forest Run. Registration will open at 1pm at the boathouse in Kilkern Lake with action getting underway at 2pm. With a new long course set to debut this year incorporating road, forest and beach running, it promises to be an exciting afternoon of sporting action. The long course is 5 miles in length and is for runners only. Entry for this course is
SWCYRA Championship Another great rowing season has come and gone, and a lot of great achievements have been made. From winter training in the Club’s new club house to the All-Irelands in Kerry, a lot of work and time has been put in by all involved. Kilmacsimon are celebrating a largely successful season from the SWCYRA Championship, County Final and All–Irelands.
After all the hours of training and commitment over the last 6 months,The Myross Senior Ladies pulled out all the stops to come home with the Gold in the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Race in Waterville Co.Kerry on Sunday August 16th last.
An action packed weekend of rowing action awaited the 128 rowers and supporters of the Galley to Waterville, Co. Kerry, for the 2015 All Ireland Coastal Rowing Championships last weekend and not even the changeable weather could dampen the spirits of the club. In total the club picked up two gold in the U18 Ladies and U21 Ladies and two silver in the Senior Men and Cork Yawl Ladies.
It was all about club This year.. And YES the weather was kind to Kerry – The All Ireland Coastal Rowing Championships 2015
IT all comes down to the weather at all these events. It was near perfect weather for The All Ireland Coastal Rowing Championships which took place on Lough Currane, Waterville, Co Kerry, at the weekend from Friday, 14th to Sunday 17th August 2015. Sunshine, rain, mist, small breezes..near perfect!
Cork County Final This year’s Cork County Final was hosted by Courtmacsherry Rowing Club in Broadstrand last Saturday, August 8th. Kilmacsimon had a very successful day bringing home 4 Gold Medals, 4 Silver Medals and 7 Bronze Medals.
A bumper weekend of rowing action in West Cork kicked off with the rescheduled County Finals in Broadstrand, Courtmacsherry on Saturday last, August 8th where crews from throughout East and West Cork contested for the prestigious County titles.
TWO Irish teams will represent Ireland in the upcoming ISAF Team Racing worlds in Rutland from the 18th to the 25th of July, teams from Britain, USA, Canada, Australia, Italy, Japan will also take part in the event divided into two groups, the Open Division and the Youth (U19) Division.