Welcome to Courtmacsherry Rowing Club

The Courtmacsherry Coastal Rowing Club was founded in 1991. It is a member of the Irish Coastal Rowing Federation. To find out more about our club please click here

2015 - The Year Ahead

Up to data Championship Results are available from SWCYRA site here

The Rowing Club fund raising 10k Road race from Courtmacsherry to Timoleague took place on the weekend of 26th June. Congratulations to all to all the runners who competed. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Huge thanks to all the rowing club members and friends who helped out with this event. Results are available here. See you again next year.

The Lusitania Centenary commemorations took place locally from 1st -7th May 2015. This included, on Sunday 3rd May at 11am, a re-enactment of the Courtmacsherry lifeboat call out. This re-enactment row was undertaken in a 1902 lifeboat 'RYDER' kindly loaned by the Polperro Lifeboat Trust.  The rowing club have been involved in both helping with the training of the current lifeboat crew, and also many of the rowers on the day where volunteers from the rowing club.
For further details see LusitaniaCentenary.com

2015 Regatta Fixtures announced on the SWCYRA site - Click for details
Pleased to also announce that the County finals will again be held in Broadstrand, Courtmacsherry, on August 2nd this year.

2014 - The Year just gone

South West Championships
   GOLD  - U14's, U12's
    SILVER - Mixed, Junior Ladies, Senior Men
    BRONZE - Vet Men, Vet Ladies, Pre-Vet Men, Junior Men.
All Ireland 2014 - Waterville, Co. Kerry.
   Congratulations to all teams who took part and those who received medals
    GOLD for U12's
    SILVER for Senior Men, PreVet Men & U14's
    BRONZE for Junior Ladies & Senior Mixed
The Great River Race - 27th Sep 2014 - London
    This year Courtmacsherry Rowing Club will take part in London's Great River Race for the first time. Rowers from our Veteran Men's squad along with Brian Whelton, our Club Chairman, will take on the gruelling 22 mile course on Saturday 27th Sep. 2014.
    The clubs participation in the race is completely funded by the individuals involved but we would like to use the event as an opportunity to raise money for two charities that are close to our hearts.  The charities that we have chosen to support are The Irish Cancer Society and Aware We would very much appreciate your support in helping us to raise funds for these worthy causes. click here to donate via mycharity.ie



 

Going Coastal !!