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  • Bag packing in Dunnes Stores, Douglas Court over the weekend of the 17th and 18th April raised over €1,000 for the club.    Thanks to all who participated and especially to the parents who helped with Supervision. 

    The cake sale at the Boat naming on the 19th April raised over €400.   Once again thanks to Paula Harrington and the ladies of the catering committee for their hard work.    It also added greatly to the festive feel of the occassion.

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  • The committee has given approval for the purchase of a second hand heavyweight Empacher 4 from Rowing Ireland.    This will be the only boat in the club properly suited to heavyweight rowers and is in line with the club strategy of developing adult rowing in the club.

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  • The naming and launching of the new fleet of eight racing boats on Sunday 19th April was held in brilliant sunshine and attended by a large group of members, alumni, parents and supporters.   Tom Rose, President welcomed all present and Jerry Buttimer TD made a very appropriate speech at the unveiling of the names.   In line with club tradition, the boats were named after club members - in this case eight members who had contributed significantly to the development of the club since its re-establishment in 2005.    Those honoured were Tom Rose (8+), Frank Coghlan (4-), George Costello (4+), John Cashell (4+), Mick Looney (4+), David O'Donovan (2-), Ken Lynch (2-), Brían O'Flynn (1X).    Special thanks to the ladies of the catering committee who organised a cake sale and provided tea and coffee for all.

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  • Congratulations to Ronan Byrne who won the Cork Sculling Ladder in a thrilling "winnner takes all" race against Shane O'Connell of Cork Boat Club on the Marina on the 16th April.    This is the third year in a row that the Ladder has been won by Shandon with Ronan following Colm Hennessy's success in 2014 and Andy Harrington's in 2013.   Ronan also won the Men's Intermediate, J18 and J16 categories.   Congratulations to our other category winners as well - Master's A - Donal Smith, Master's B - David Heffernan, Master's C - Henrik Merz, Master's H and I Seamus Quain. 

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  • The annual Shandon Learn to Row Camp for 11 to 14 year olds will take place in the club from Monday 20th July to Friday 24th July.   The camp has proved to be very successful over the past four years and places get booked out quickly.    Anyone interested should email Frank Coghlan at secretary@shandonboatclub.com.

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