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Inverness Head

Thirty-four athletes of the Aberdeen Schools Rowing Association travelled to compete in the Inverness Head over the 4500m Caledonian Canal course. In mild conditions, with a slight tail wind to help them along, all crews put in positive performances over the four divisions.

Category wins were secured for:

Men’s Restricted 2 Eights – Seth Turner, Chris Bardas, Danny Skinner, Daniel Lynch, Alexander Beeson, Aidan Graham, Sam Kelso, Jakub Zbikowski and Michael McCrory (cox);

Women’s Junior 18 Eights – Abigail Topp, Megan Hewison, Megan Lewis, Ellie Andrew, Fiona Emsley, Laura Barraclough, Skye Balance, Stephany Low and Michel Dearsley (cox);

Men’s Junior 16 Coxless Quad – Aidan Graham, Danny Skinner, Daniel Lynch and Sam Kelso;

Men’s Restricted 2 Pairs – Conrad Forbes and Theo Stott;

Men’s Junior 18 Coxless Quad – Seth Turner, Chris Bardas, Aidan Graham and Sam Kelso; This was unopposed as our other crew scratched, but they got a medal

Men’s Junior 14 Coxed Quad – Ashley Geddes, Archie Innes, Oscar Forbes, Matthew Hughson and Hannah Holland (cox);

Men’s Junior 18 Pairs – Conrad Forbes and Theo Stott;

Women’s Junior 18 Fours – Abigail Topp, Ellie Andrew, Megan Lewis, Megan Hewison and Laura Barraclough (cox).

Well done to all our athletes, coaches and parents; who made this an enjoyable and successful weekend.

Three Bronzes for Aberdeen Schools Rowing Associat...
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