KLIMACABEA Rowing Club capped an incredibly successful season with a great weekend at the All-Ireland finals at Broadstrand, Courtmacsherry on the 24th, 25th and 26th August. The clubs six championship and seven county medals were complimented with a fine string of performances from the Kilmac rowers at the All-Ireland event.
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by Joseph O’Callaghan THE phrase “Every cloud has a silver lining” comes to mind as Kilmacabea Rowing Club battled the elements on a long day in Cork Harbour only to take home six silver medals accompanied by one set of bronze. On a record breaking Sunday, the total tally of seven sets of county medals created a positive and optimistic atmosphere within the club as every team was supported to
KILMACABEA Rowing Club travelled to Castletownshend on Sunday last for the third round of the SWCYRA championship. The day began poorly with the rain not impressing the first rowers to take the water which happened to be the two veteran teams.
Union Hall report 2012 On a very wet day in Union Hall Kilmacabea Rowing Club managed to build on their success from the first round of the SWCYRA championship with another impressive haul of medals in the second round last Sunday. One silver and five bronze was the clubs total with no Kilmac team finishing outside the top five in their respective races.
WITH just one week to go until the first championship regatta of the season, Rosscarbery Regatta last Sunday provided a stage for the rowers of Kilmacabea Rowing Club to impress ahead of next week’s all-important show down in Baltimore. The club was represented in every race as an impressively large contingent of rowers travelled the short distance to Ross lagoon to take advantage of the fine evening, which is far
Joseph O’Callaghan THERE was a major milestone for Kilmacabea Rowing Club recently as their third fibreglass boat, ‘The Rocket III’, was blessed and officially launched at Glandore Pier. The addition of a new boat to the Kilmac fleet comes as the club celebrates 10 years in existence.
by Joseph O’Callaghan KILMACABEA Rowing Club’s AGM for 2012 took place on Saturday, February 11th last. Outgoing chairperson Kevin O’Callaghan reviewed the 2011 season, especially highlighting the success of the club’s underage crews on the water. Six SWCYRA medals and four county medals was the impressive haul of Kilmacabea’s eight underage crews whilst the club’s newly formed overage crews showed great promise for 2012.