St. Michael’s Rowing Club launch details of Urban Run

By Diarmaid Scannell / September 28, 2017 / 0 Comments

St. Michael’s Rowing Club have announced details of their annual 5km and 10km Urban Run which is scheduled to take place on Sunday, October 8th 2017. The flat course is ideal for those looking to set personal bests as it starts on O’Callaghan Strand and makes use of the North Circular Road and scenic riverbank…

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St Michael’s Rowing Club to host Masters Regatta this Saturday in Limerick

By Diarmaid Scannell / August 22, 2017 / 0 Comments

St. Michael’s rowing club is bringing masters regatta racing back to the city centre. St Michael’s rowing club will be bringing Regatta racing back to the city centre on Saturday August 26th for their first ever Masters Regatta. Crews from all over Ireland as well as some from the UK will take part in the…

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Castleconnell BC’s James Quinlan wins Rowing Gold in Belgium

By Jack Neville / August 1, 2017 / 0 Comments

Castleconnell BC’s James Quinlan wins rowing gold in Belgium. The Castletroy College student was an intrgral cog in the Rowing Ireland team that won the A Junior Gold Medal at the prestigious Coupe de la Jeunesse. The European Junior Rowing competition took place in Hazewinkel in Belgium over the past weekend. The team was made…

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Excellent results for Limerick rowers at Irish rowing Championships

By Diarmaid Scannell / July 17, 2017 / 0 Comments

There was some great results over the weekend at the Irish Rowing Championships involving Limerick clubs. The 2017 Irish rowing championship took place over the weekend the national rowing centre in Farron Wood in Cork with several Limerick clubs involved. Castleconnell BC, St. Michael’s Rowing Club and Shannon Rowing Club all had competitors taking part…

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St. Michaels R.C. Head of the River Time Trial 2017

By Raffaele Rocca / February 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

This Saturday, February 25th, sees the peak of Rowing Ireland’s winter calendar with St. Michaels Head of the River taking place in O’Briensbridge, Co. Clare. The Head of the River, now in it’s 36th year, has moved from a date in December to February to reduce the risk of adverse weather. You might think that…

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