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Golden Start for Rangi Ruru Rowers

Golden Start for Rangi Ruru Rowers
Christchurch’s Rangi Ruru Girls’ School has made a strong start to the Maadi Cup regatta at Lake Karapiro with two golds and a bronze.
Gold went to the U17 coxed four and the novice coxed eight while the U15 coxed four were edged out of second to pick up a bronze.
Rangi Ruru squads have qualified for a further four A finals over the weekend including U17 coxed eight, U16 coxed four, two crews in the U15 coxed eight and the U18 coxed eight.
ENDS
U17 coxed four – gold
Alice Sproat
Izzie Evans
Sophie McCartin
Isabella Carter
Amber Williams (cox)
Novice coxed eight – gold
Francesca Galloway
Samantha Vance
Lauren Stapylton Smith
Alice Grahama
Charlotte Gray
Hannah Macfarlane
Matilda Hartman
Lily King
Hilary Royds (cox)
U15 coxed four – bronze
Francesca Galloway
Anneka Calder
Lauren Stapylton Smith
Samantha Summerfield
Sophie Nelson (cox)

Other ChCh Schools:

SMC – one silver, one bronze
CC – one silver, two bronze
CGHS – one gold
STAC – one gold, two silver, one bronze (all boys crews)
CBHS – one gold, one bronze

http://www.rowit.co.nz/mads2017/results
Click on the names of the schools for their results

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