The first final of the day was the female masters single scull won by Corowa’s Julie Underwood, with Rutherglen’s Eloise Seymour taking out second place. This was followed by the female D grade single scull which was won by Georgina Pearsall of Corowa. The male C grade quad scull was a great race between the Corowa and Rutherglen crews and was taken out by Rutherglen (Danyon, Jarrod, Joel, Drew and coxed by Alina), the Corowa crew was John, Matt, Macca, Josh & Tom.
The male masters double scull was contested by all three clubs and saw Wahgunyah take home their first medal of the day with the crew of Neville Hetherington and Phil Culhane.
Paige Cooper and Megan Vogel teamed up to take out the female D grade double scull for Corowa, while the beginner double scull race was won by Rutherglen with their crew of Drew and Alina. Matt Vogel came home with a win in the male B grade single, while Robert Eyers was successful in the male masters single scull. The female D grade quad was a popular race and was won by the Corowa crew of Megan Vogel, Sally Maclean, Julie Underwood, Paige Cooper, coxed by Sara Williams. The male D grade quad was also won by Corowa (Brad Pearsall, Andrew
MacDonald, Josh Cooper and Jack Delaney, coxed by Tom Whitechurch).
It was great to see three crews competing in the mother/daughter double scull race, with the Underwood team of Julie and Amy taking out first place on the day. In a tough race, Matt Vogel and John Raschke teamed up to take out the male D grade pair (coxed by Megan Vogel) over the Rutherglen crew of Danyon and Joel. Rutherglen turned the tables in the last race of the day though, with Danyon and Jarrod crossing the line first in the male C grade double scull with Matt Vogel and John Raschke a close second.
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