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Aberporth Rowing Race 2011

Clwb Rhwyfo Aberporth Rowing Club 24thApril 2011

 

Aberporth Dolwen Mens Team - Men's Race Winners (Owen Harries, Andy Mayer, Oli Box, Tim Ogilvie & cox Leanne Phillips)

This was Aberporth’s first race for over 15 years and what a great day it was. 37 crews competed in beautiful conditions and put on a great show for the hundreds of spectators. It was made extra special when in the Men’s race Aberporth came across the line in first place to claim their first ever win.

Race Results

Ladies Race

Position Club Name Crew Name Time
1 Llangwm Mel’s Belles 33.16 Ladies Winners
2 New Quay Wild Ones 33.56 Ladies Vets Winners
3 Llangwm Double D’s 34.06
4 Aberystwyth Aberystwyth 35.08
5 New Quay Charlys Angels 35.30
6 Aberporth Tilly Ladies 35.47
7 PYC Dazzlin Daisies 36.48
8 Aberaeron Aberaeron Vets 37.07 Vets
9 Crannog Crannog Ladies 38.35
10 Mumbles Mumbles 39.14

Seniors Race

Position Club Name Crew Name Time
1 Aberporth Dolwen Men 37.32 Seniors Winners
2 New Quay Trojans 37.51
3 Llanion Llanion Men 37.55
4 Llangwm Kiddles 38.16
5 Llangrannog Crannog Men 1 38.38
6 Aberystwyth Aberystwyth Vets 39.00 Vets Winners
7 Aberporth Tilly Men 39.33
8 Mumbles Mumbles 39.44
9 PYC Whoop a Daisy 40.48
10 New Quay Scorpions 41.16
11 Aberaeron Aberaeron Super Vets 41.36 Supa Vets Winners
12 Crannog Crannog Super Vets 42.51 Vets

Juniors Race

Position Club Name Crew Name Time
1 Llangrannog Crannog Juniors 36.00 Boys U18 Winners

Mixed Race

Position Club Name Crew Name Time
1 New Quay New Quay One 31.11 Mixed Winners
2 Aberystwyth Aberystwyth Mixed 31.22
3 Llangwm The Brokes 32.16
4 Llanion Llanion Mixed 32.38
5 PYC Cheeky Vimtos 33.09
6 Llangwm Double D’s 33.10
7 Aberystwyth Aberystwyth Mixed Vets 33.14 Mixed Vets Winners
8 Aberporth Dolwen Mixed 33.30
9 Aberporth Tilly Mixed 33.54
10 New Quay New Quay Two 34.12
11 PYC Guys & Dolls 34.43
12 Aberaeron Mixed A 35.15
13 Mumbles Mumbles 35.26
14 Aberaeron Aberaeron Mixed Vets 35.35 Vets

Race Pictures will follow soon here, please check later in the week.

The whole day was a great success and wouldn’t have been possible without the following sponsors, donations and helpers on the day.

Trophy Sponsors

Tanygroes Car Dismantlers
Carrentals.co.uk
O C Davies & Sons Ltd Honda & Renault
Aberporth Community Council
Penrhyn Pharmacy Aberporth
Derek French Plumbing & Property Services
Hoffnant Stores
Loving Memory of Chris Fagan
Loving Memory of Ioan Davies
Bob Mayer Trophy
Quinnell Shield

Donations

Deli Delights Cardigan
Kathy’s Kids Childminding Services Aberporth
A Cushley Heating Pacllyn
Golden Dragon Chinese Takeaway Aberporth
Londis Stores Parcllyn

Helpers

Safety Boats & Lead Boat – Stuart, Kevin, Steve (Tresaith Mariners), Andrew & Ben (Aberporth Surf Life Saving Club), Jimmy (Lead Boat)

BBQ – Ian, Jean, Bev, Fran, Annette, extra special thanks to Richard & Lynne (Ship Aberporth) for saving the day. Refreshments – Rachael & Helen. Marshals – Chris & Danny. PhotographyPaul Fenrich. Time Keeping – Howard & Ryan (Velo Teifi).

Event PA & Race Commentary – Extra special thank you to Dai Ogg who kept the rowers and spectators well informed and entertained throughout the day and to Steve for his in race commentary.

Well done everyone at Clwb Rhwyfo Aberporth Rowing Club, same again next year!

Please click continue reading below and scroll to the bottom to read and leave comments. Many thanks.

 
 

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Race Information

Location: Aberporth

High tide: 1pm

Registration: 9.30  to 10.30AM

Race and Safety briefing:  10.45AM

First race start scheduled for 11.30 AM

Race 1  ladies
Race 2 men
Race 3 juniors
Race 4 Mixed

Entry Fee £4.00 per rower Juniors £1.00

Please note that all competitors should be prepared for rowing by 11:00 as race schedule may change.

Parking :  Paid car parks will be signposted, and overlook the 2 beaches. Over flow parking (free) can be found behind the village hall. Please be aware that most of Aberporth is double yellow lines.

The low tide will allow for beach parking of trailers only. (Dyffryn side)

Contact phone number: Oli Box 01239 810339

Race day mobile 07966 677736 (Tim Ogilvie) 07855 643577 (Oli Box) from 6:30 am onwards.

We would appreciate if clubs could inform us of team numbers before the day this will help with food, and safety boats etc. email oliverbox@btinternet.com

Directions: (from the north). Travelling on the A487 towards Cardigan take the B4333 at Gogerddan, signposted Aberporth. Follow the road into the village, and take a left turn at the roundabout just after the Chinese takeway and Y Morlan pub. Follow the road down the hill. The boat area will be signposted and marshalled.
(from the south). Travelling on the A487 towards Abersytwyth please follow the directions as if you were travelling from the north. Please do not take the 1st turning for Aberporth off the A487 (new roundabout) as entry to the slip is tight and can only be accessed from a northerly direction.

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Aberporth will be hosting the Welsh Sea Rowing Association (WSRA) Celtic longboat league race on Sunday 24th April 2011. This is on Easter Sunday, the middle weekend of the Easter Holidays.

Welsh Celtic longboat races are a fantastic spectacle, with up to 50 teams from all over Wales competing to be the Welsh Champions!

More details to follow soon. But pencil this day in as it is going to be a fantastic event with other activities for adults and children to enjoy throughout the day.

One Comment

  1. Will Willis says:

    Hello, everyone at Aberporth. We had a cracking day with you all, yesterday, thank you so much. The rowing was great -I really enjoyed the course ‘though I only got to do the 4 mile mixed, next year I hope to get a crack at your men’s race too. The main reason I thought to write was that afterwards, when my wife Louisa and I were talking about it, we were both so struck by how friendly, warm and hospitable you all were- not just to us, we felt your club as a whole were just very thoughtful and welcoming, especially to people you didn’t know and who perhaps were not rowers. It made for a very easy, happy, atmosphere,so thanks from all of us-Louisa, Wil, Osian &Theo – Newquay Rowing Club. Good luck with the rest of the season. Wil.

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