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Rowing Wraps Busy Semester in College Sport

09 May; Thomas Lutwyche


The showpiece event in the College Sport calendar, the College Regatta on the iconic Yarra River brought close to a busy Semester 1 College sport program on Saturday.

The Melbourne weather was kind to the college crews as clear skies and good on water conditions greeted rowers and supporters for the 7:10am start and hundreds of college spectators eager to cheer on their respective crews made their way to the Henley Landing on the banks in full voice. Work on the Swan Street Bridge meant the regatta was limited to two-boat races, instead of the normal three – and preliminary time trials to rank the 2nd VIII crews for finals.

Following the preliminary heats and time trials of the morning, the first final of the day was the Men’s Second VIII. Some chaos at the start line saw UC, who posted the fastest time trial come off second best suffering a minor collision – which allowed Ormond to cruise to a convincing and easy win by 35 seconds, marking 6 consecutive 2nd VIII victories back to 2011. St Mary’s was victorious from St. Hilda’s in the B final.

The Women’s Second VIII saw a repeat of the 2016 result, with a delighted St. Mary’s crew going back-to-back, victorious from St. Hilda’s by 6.31 seconds. Crew members Sarah Mousley, Bianca Litchfield and coxswain Amy Rieck were part of the crew repeating from the previous year. Ormond 1 finished ahead of their college mates Ormond 2 in the B final.

In the Women’s First VIII final, reigning champions Ormond were able to defend their 2016 title, marking 4 consecutive years of wins for the crew. It was the second victory for the college for the day, as the crew accounted for Trinity by 7.61 seconds. Queen’s defeated Trinity in the B Final.

In the Men’s First VIII Ormond College made it 3 from 4 wins, capping off a successful day on-water with a 5.4 second win over their arch-rival, and gallant Trinity College. Lead by two-returning member from their 2016 victorious crew, stroke William Devilee and 3-seat Patrice Cialdella Ormond controlled the race from the outset to seal the win. Queen’s defeated Newman in the B final.

Thanks go to Melbourne University Boat Club and its volunteers for assistance with the coordination and running of the program on the day, as well as City of Melbourne, Parks Victoria and Transport Safety Victoria.

Congratulations to the following winning crews:

 

 

Women’s Second VIII

Men’s Second VIII

Women’s First VIII

Men’s First VIII

 

St. Mary’s

Ormond

Ormond

Ormond

Bow

Chloe Dutton

Andy Goldsack

Emma Waldron

Robert Corden-Mckinley

2

Maddie Archer

Lochie Nunn

Jenny Reagan

Lachlan Piper

3

Cassie Smith

Harry Atkins

Isabelle Ferrali

Partice Cialdella

4

Laura Fay

Myles Adams

Adeline Gabriel

Tom Todd

5

Anna Chalkley

Davis George

Ellie Haege

William Morrison

6

Lucy Harrison

Geoff Creber

Sasha Culley

Ben Johnston

7

Sarah Mousley

Fergus Orr

Hannah Dawes

Alec Barber

Str

Bianca Litchfield

Sam Langoulant

Rebecca Apel

William Devilee

Cox

Amy Rieck

Sam Parkes

Lucie Wilkinson

Kelly Lillas


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