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North Island Secondary Schools Rowing

Congratulations to our 23 crews that competed at the AON North Island Secondary School Champs at Lake Karapiro between the 11th-14th March. Out of these crews, (singles, doubles, quads and eights) 9 made the finals. Outstanding effort from our girls teams with medal finishes.

The silver medal winning girls under-17 quad team are pictured on our newsletter banner from left to right: Sasha Robinson, Emma Hedley, Megan Van Leeuwen, Chelsea Grey, Riley Jenkins (cox), Brendon Grey (coach).

Some great results for this regatta and huge thanks to the coaches; Brendon Grey, Brett Henry and Jim Matchett for continuing to support our school rowing crews.

A Finals

Silver Girls U-17 Double Sculls – Sasha Robinson, Emma Hedley (pictured below)
Silver Girls U-17 Coxed Quad Sculls – Chelsea Grey, Megan van Leeuwen, Emma Hedley, Sasha Robinson and Riley Jenkins
Bronze Girls U-16 Coxed Quad Sculls – Megan van Leeuwen, Ashley Pryor, Kyla van Rijs, Emerson Foote and Riley Jenkins (pictured right)
6th Boys U-15 Coxed Quad Sculls – Jimmy Steenson, Cohen Robinson, Liam Mould, Joshua Mathieson, and Matthew Morrison
8th Boys U-17 Double Sculls – Cameron Preston, Jack Siemelink
8th Boys U-17 Coxed Four – Jack Siemelink, Karl Kolmer, Ryan Kuhn, Alexander Sharp and Daniel Nota

B Finals

2nd Boys U-17 Coxed Quad Sculls – Cameron Preston, Jack Siemelink, Karl Kolmer, Ryan Kuhn and Daniel Nota
2nd Boys U-18 Coxed Quad Sculls – Jimmy Steenson, Cohen Robinson, Liam Mould, Joshua Mathieson and Matthew Morrison

C Finals

1st BoysU-17 Single Sculls – Cameron Preston

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