Queens Regatta Castlewellan Forest Park Saturday 28th April 2012

Queens Regatta Castlewellan Forest Park Saturday 28th April 2012

Buses to Queens  Regatta will leave from the boathouse at two separate times -

  • Junior boys, i.e. those coached by Jeremy will leave the boathouse at 6am sharp this will also include 4 other nominated athletes from the older crews.
  • The remainder of the athletes all the girls and senior boys will leave the boathouse at 5.00 am sharp

Buses will return at approximately 10pm. The 6am bus may depending on results return late afternoon  keep in touch with the athletes or phone Jeremy to ascertain the return time of the 6am bus. All athletes will travel on the buses provided and must have a Bann racing top, change of clothes and a packed  meals  sufficient to cover breakfast, lunch and tea.

The cost of the travel is £20 if racing once and £30 if you are entered in more than one event, please bring the correct money on Thursday evening.

Parents/family supporters  are encouraged to come and support the racing which takes place in Castlewellan Forest park see attached link which gives the schedule of racing for the Regatta, it should assist in your days enjoyment. http://www.iaru.ie/main?view_type=live&page_type=regatta&id=256

If you have any queries contact the coaches Julie, Karen, Seamus or Jeremy who will be at the boathouse on Thursday evening.

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