Update – February 2017

Each year BUCS head takes place on the River Tyne in Newcastle with both novice and intermediate crews taking part. Due to Storms Doris and Ewan, BUCS officials cancelled the event for novice crews on the Saturday. However, the novices travelled to Newcastle to support the inter crews, showing great club spirit! Sunday saw a [...]

Update – January 2017

January has been a busy start to the rowing year as both clubs took part in our Winter Training Camp on the Lagan. We trained three times a day, from Monday to Friday, and individually clocked up over 200km each. The clubs mixed things up halfway through the week by training boats made up of [...]

Update – December 2016

The last two months of 2016 has been a busy period for Queen’s Rowing seeing both Micro Head on the Lagan and Bann Head. On top of this both novice and intermediate crews see huge improvements with many members exceeding their personal best times at the BUCS indoor event. In December, not only did we [...]

EAP and Academy Update

We had seven students at the National Rowing Centre in Cork from Friday the 16th to Sunday 18th   December to take part in Rowing Ireland’s National team trials. It involved EAP athletes Sam McKeown and Tiernan Oliver along with Academy athletes Ewan Murray, Miles Taylor, Jordan Wilson, Olivia Blundell and Roisin Maguire. All trial races were conducted [...]