Neptune Regatta: Saturday 4th April

Held at Islandbridge (our boat house) on Saturday 4th April 2015

Entries close on Wednesday 25th March at 7pm. All entries must be made using the new online
Tracker system on the Rowing Ireland (link) website.

The Pimms No. 1 Trophy will be presented to the most successful participation


Neptune seeking Coxes

Neptune are looking for coxes for the 2014/15 season. An interest in learning and commitment to training Saturdays and Sundays is required. If you are interested or know someone who is please get in touch here.


Good battling performance from Neptune men at Limerick Regatta in the final of t…

Good battling performance from Neptune men at Limerick Regatta in the final of the men’s senior pair. A solid second place. Beaten on the day by a St Michaels crew. Well rowed Neptune. See results below

http://afloat.ie/watersport/rowing/rowing-news/item/28480-skibbereen-pick-up-wins-at-limerick-but-mckeown-sees-off-ryan#


Skibbereen Pick Up Wins at Limerick but McKeown Sees Off Ryan
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Portadown Man Takes Scalp of Ireland international at Limerick Regatta


Great performance by Neptune man at London Veterans Head. as part of an Irish C…

Great performance by Neptune man at London Veterans Head.
as part of an Irish Composite Crew, Spuddy Murphy and his crew mates performed admirably at the Veterans Head of the River, on the Thames a couple of weeks ago. The irish Masters Composite crew battled well to finish a close second in what was a very experienced field. Well done and well rowed Neptune.

http://www.rowingireland.ie/masters-london-hor/


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Masters London HOR By Admin on April 8, 2015 in Rowing News Irish Masters Rowing broke new ground in March with a 3 boat raid on the Masters Head of the River in London. Several Irish clubs combined to send eights in the C (over 43), D (over 50), and E (over 55) categories. 11 Irish clubs were repre…


Good to see Neptune on the top of the record books again. Neptune man broke the…

Good to see Neptune on the top of the record books again. Neptune man broke the Irish lightweight record for 60 minutes on the ergometer for ages between 30 – 39 years. Well rowed Neptune. Achieved by a Neptune athlete, in the Neptune Gym, on one of our recently purchased new Concept 2 Ergs. Go on the Green and Black. @greenandblack