The Corcoran Cup was introduced in 1980 as a Women's Senior IV race between the
Ladies' Boat Clubs of Trinity and UCD.
The race was held in Islandbridge up until 1990 when it moved downstream below the weir to join the Gannon Cup in the city centre. The race was then changed to Women's VIII from 1993 due to the huge increase in participation by women in rowing throughout Ireland during that period.
In line with UCD recommendations and to slow the spread of coronavirus, all club activities are suspended until further notice.
UCD Boat Club
3 weeks ago
The club has many members past and present working on the front line during the pandemic 👏👨⚕️👩⚕️
Check out the line up over on the UCD Sport page and give them a 👍
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1 month ago
The UCD Boat Club has been busy during this lockdown! The club members are missing College; their friends, training, the social side that college and sport brings and for the boat club they are missing their beloved Islandbridge boat house!
Check out to see what the Club are doing to keep busy, keep connected and coming up with new initiatives for the club.
#keepwell #keellearning #keepconnected
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