Adam being Adam at Castleconnel sprints regatta
Looking real cool at the Neptune regatta back in April.
This is the lads relaxing at Skibbereen Head of the River
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Medal ceremony at Carlow Regatta back in the summer , A great performance by WBC AT Carlow
We don’t know what dropped on the floor with all the looking down !
J14 Members getting ready for 18 km Barrow Challenge from st Mullins to Carlow.
They did great beating the boys as well !
Despite many events being cancelled due to the poor weather all winter such as Muckross Head of the River, St. Michaels Head of the River, Neptune HOR among others, WBC was able to manage a decent winning streak with its hard working juniors.
On the 23rd of April a night for life long WBC member was held in WBC to pay tribute to his dedication and commitment to WBC and to present Eddie with an honorary life membership for his 50 years of club service.
2016 is a big year—being divisible by 4 it means one thing— The Olympics. Rowing Ireland qualified two boats to the 2016 Rio Olympics—a Women’s lightweight double scull of Sinead Jennings (St. Michaels RC) and Claire Lambe (Old Collegians RC).
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