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AUCKLAND CLUB. Knhn a troiJliles presented by Mr. A -V^bL^t! Tory for the crew stroked by Barber The %£sLrEfgss, BarSer " tSro^ .BgSSSid'tUSr B&ourR IS e!d" g an°d «ew. BeCUre4 a TiCtOry orer Horn*bro6ke"s h3SJ s '^ two. r««ii? Off t ' n ' as arran sed between the vL f I F ln a vlctor y for tn « former. ihrmJ A B P arbe r s crew ealaed a victory by Rlnnmfl S," ? «cn S th...from Murray's, with Bloomfield's boat a few feet away third. : WEST K>TD CLUB Mr Th A En^i C « b held trJnl ot,rs for hf.«« ■ = n l B shleld ln front of tne boata?ten,i»n n o There was a large attendance, and the proceedings were eublnS , i D ° tr """'on« S by the Garrison band. The ladies' committee provided attSTlV*- Mf - 3 - Ctark *«ted as start" am? ofl , Wer T e contes *ed in three heats rlJ 8 ,, " the flrst heat Cnrlaw'e sev'l fnnr P, l <**°*»l '» the second Massey s four triumphed over Wright's, while \i\tnh n? 8 , crew u w «e successful agalnet G. Mitchells Jn the third heat. The final dv OnrlL erCa H «° nteSt ' the "ewe stroked finish r W a " d Rowe fl ßbtlug out a close flnieh. Rowe s crew eventually won. by a foot. The names of the winning crew HlgelnZ 6 (StrOke), Bennett ' Farrell »iS XOKTH SHORE ROWING CLUB. The North Shore Rowln? Club was favoured with beautiful weather on Satur- ■ day for its "At Home" and trial fours, the h?,Z? U T c a" 610 ,? " ,flrge *»thertsg of Hefei M ank < afternoon te a, ato cake, listened to Marriage's band dlscoushiß sweet music, conversed with their male to 1 n " ,Ie I 1 * nd ' l . lllc j! ,ent »"y. etched the trial fours; these, to the rowing expert were most interesting. Mr. W. J. Napier was ludee an o d Mr. B. Madden starter. P Bailerl J" v » al f >ent for the starter. Reeults: First heat: Logan's crew <W. Loean F Gladding, B. McDonald, E. Wtlkinioni, ll Second heat: Marshaire crew (S. Murahall, »i, barter, F. Bennett. B. McPeake), 1. Ihlrd heat: Seagar's crew (B. Seagar, H. Grubb L. Fraser. L. Splnley), 1. Final: if if? 8 crew - 1; Loean's crew 2; MarVH?, s i1 r< "!;. 3 - Won by a l en *tb and a-half, half a length separating second and third. ST. GEORGE'S CLUB. > An "At Home" and trial fours were held by the St. George's Rowing Club at St George s Bay on Saturday afternoon last. The races were for trophies presented by the vice-commodore, Mr W. S. Whitley, whose launch, Matareka, acted as flazshlo '• About 300 visitors were present. The ladies committee, under the direction of Mrs A. W. Chattield, dispensed afternoon tea. After a number of fine contests ln ' the hents, crews stroked by A. E. Tattley R. Doukln, and C. E. Stone appeared to contest the fli,al, which was won by the last named crew by three lengths. WAITEMATA BOATING CLUB. ■ The Waltemata Boating Club held trial fours on Saturday afternoon last for trophies presented by Mr G. Read, a novel feature being that the oarsmen were nominated by lady friends. Mr W. Madden acted as starter, and Mr G. Read as judge. The results were as follows:— First Heat.—T. Marshall's crew beat Andrews' crew by half-a-length. Second Heat.—McGee beat Beoker by.. a canvas. Third H^t —Parkinson defeated Richardson by a length. Fourth Heat.—Herring beat Clareburt by two lengths. Seml-flnal.—Marshall defeated McGee by naif a length. Parkinson beat Herring by a couple of feet. * | Final—Parkinson defeated Marshall by three-parts of a length. The winning crew were Parkinson, Wolfgramiu Restou, and Meuzles. ..

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ROWING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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