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Please see the following message regarding the upcoming offshore rowing safety webinars from Offshore Committee Chair Margaurite Deasy:

Rowing Ireland Offshores upcoming Safety webinar requires 100% attendance from Offshore Clubs. There will be two webinars dates to choose from, on: Wed, Feb 2, 2022 19:30, OR, Thur, Feb 10, 2022 19:30


Offshore Safety Webinar 1

When: Feb 2, 2022 19:30

Register in advance for this webinar:https://us06web.zoom.us/…/reg…/WN_2gaasjtKQCSL1tOuvTwv_A

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. It is important that you store the confirmation safely as you will require it to access the webinar.

Offshore Safety Webinar 2

When: February 10th 19:30

Register in advance for this webinar:https://us06web.zoom.us/…/reg…/WN_z7vT3Uz7TW6gA6EtUtNokw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. It is important that you store the confirmation safely as you will require it to access the webinar.

Any queries regarding this webinar can be sent to offshore@rowingireland.ie

New Ross Rowing Club wish to invite entries for the New Ross Head of the River which will take place on February 5th 2022. Entries are available now via Tracker and the closing date for entries is 26th of January.

A course map and event prospectus are available now on the event listings section of the Rowing Ireland website. Event enquiries can be made to events.nrbc@gmail.com

Below you can find a video which displays the scenic course in New Ross, County Wexford where the event will take place.

Belfast Rowing Club with co-operation from the Department of Communities, Belfast Harbour Commissioners and the Odyssey Trust welcome entries for Lagan Head of the River which will take place this January 22nd.

Entries for Lagan Head of the River 2022 close this coming Wednesday 12th of January. All entries are made via tracker at the following link

A full event prospectus is available on the events section of the Rowing Ireland website.

Queries about the event may be sent to the event secretary at laganhead@gmail.com

Please read the following notice from the organising committee regarding the 2022 Shandon Head of the River:

We are delighted to hold our inaugural Head of The River on Saturday 29th January. This is a 4,500m course for 4s and 8s (in all their configurations) on The Marina in Cork City. It will run upstream from below Blackrock Castle to the Port of Cork.


The prospectus is available on the Rowing Ireland events page.


We look forward to meeting you at the race, please contact eventsecretary@shandonboatclub.com  with any questions you may have.

Please see communication below regarding the Head of the Shannon event scheduled for this Saturday 4th of December.

”We have reviewed the forecast again and the wind is now strengthening throughout the day and will be too high to ensure safe racing in particular for the 2pm race. It is with a heavy heart that we have come to the decision to cancel the event. We apologise for the late call but the forecast has changed since yesterday and we have considered alternative options such as shortening the course or racing earlier in the day, however, the wind remains our primary concern.”

Many thanks to all involved organising, volunteering and entrants for their support.