Six UCDBC members were selected to represent Ireland at this year’s Home Internationals in Nottingham, on the back of their performances at the squad trials earlier in the year. Anthony English paired up with Justin Ryan (Skibbereen) in the Lwt 2- and finished 2nd to Scotland. The Hwt 2- of Richard Skelly and Stuart King (Neptune) finished in 3rd, with 1.5 seconds separating them from England in 1st. The U23 4- of Finbar Manning, Dave Neale, Dylan Finnerty and Simon Craven was an all UCD affair and finished in 3rd, 6 seconds behind Wales in 1st. The small boats came together for the 8+ which was also coxed by UCDBC member Jennie Lynch, but again finished in 3rd place, 2 lengths behind England in 1st. Full results from the regatta are available here.
UCD Boat Club is supporting Movember – donate now!
7 days ago
Our Movember campaign has raised over €3000 so far!
Moustaches have been grown and hundreds of kilometres moved, but we aren’t finished just yet with a week to go 💪
Thank you very much for all the donations thus far, and if you’d like to contribute click the link below 🔗
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2 weeks ago
UCD Virtual Open Day is underway 💪🏼 find us at the Sports & Scholarships desk from 10am-4pm.
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1 month ago
The club is truly shocked and saddened with the passing of Jonathan Devitt.
Johnny made an enormous contribution to the club, not least as Captain in 2002 and 2003. He created foundations that the club still builds on today and it was fitting that he received a Centenary Medal in recognition of this in 2017.
We offer our most sincere condolences to his wife Caroline, his family, his crew mates and all who knew him.
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