Irish Indoors Championships & Lagan Scullers Head

Upcoming Events for QUBBC

Below is an outline of the upcoming events that Queens shall be competing in over the coming months;

Lagan HoR: 27th of February
Erne HoR: 5th of March
Irish University Championships Cork: 8th to 10th April
BUCS Regatta Nottingham: 30th April to 2nd May
Queen’s Regatta Castlewellan: 7th May
University Boat Race Belfast: 14th June
Cork City Regatta: 25th June
Irish National Championships Cork: 15th to 17th July

We invite all supporters of Queen’s Rowing both past and present to attend as many events as they can, the support is greatly appreciated! We may also be taking part in smaller and more local events which we shall keep you informed of as they unfold.

Lagan Sculler’s HoR: 13th February


With favorable conditions being a rare sight this early in the year they were very welcome on this occasion.

Race 1 saw Philip Doyle take the Senior 1X with a time of 11:56.2 finishing ahead of Tiernan Oliver who finished with a respectable 12:15.9

Race 2 was claimed by the Queens Senior 4X- comprising of Miles Taylor, Luke McCann, Brent Whiteside and David Roy posting a time of 10:43.6. A second Senor 4X- also competed and finished with a time of 11:31.0 which placed them 3rd overall with a crew including Harry Mahoney, Jason Armstrong, Ben Evans & Patrick Martin. Ryan Urquhart competed within the Intermediate 1X and finished at 14:20.5.

Race 3 saw Philip Doyle and Tiernan Oliver join forces in the Senior 2X but be narrowly pipped to the post resulting in a 2nd place result overall with a time of 10:57.4


Irish Indoor Rowing Championships- 23rd January


The end of January saw Jordan Wilson, Tiernan Oliver and Philip Doyle travel to the Irish Indoor Rowing Championships in the University of Limerick’s Sport Arena to test their mettle against the best the country had to offer. This is a prime opportunity for not only the clubs elite athletes to contest for National Trials but also the Academy Members to increase their experience at larger competitions to help progress to larger feats within the sport.

Tiernan Oliver pictured above with Sam McKeown from Portadown BC came 2nd in the Open 2000m missing the Gold medal by only 0.3 seconds.  

As the seasons calendar moves on the trialing process moves into on the water testing at the National Rowing Center in Cork. We wish all our athletes the very best over the coming months and shall update you on how their season progresses.


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  1. Great to get this response to my earlier request for notice of forthcoming events. Now these can go in the diary and get some protection from other competing priorities. It will also be, good to get notice of mini heads and the like. It’s always exciting to see the stream of crews coming up through the bridges. Many thanks

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