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NEW ZEALAND CREWS LONDON, August S. The day before competing at the Hammersmith Regatta in the eights, a New Zealand four, comprised of Durie, Mac Lean, Mac Donald, McLernon, rowed at the Greenwich Regatta. It won the first heat but was defeated in the final. R. w. G. Alexander won the single sculls event. At Hammersmith he won his heat but lost the final. The New Zealand eight had a stiff race at Hammersmith in the heat when it beat Gladstone, a strong crew, by a quarter of a length. It. tired in the final, which the Australians won. The eight is now training at Weybridge, where it will compete against some of the best crews in England next week-end. Considering its brief training, the crew rowed well at Hammersmith.

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ROWING IN ENGLAND, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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ROWING IN ENGLAND Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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