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Congratulations to Banns Irish representatives – Sarah, Joel, Chris & Seamus.

Sarah Allen travelled to the home internationals in Glasgow as a member of the Irish junior women’s quad. Sarah did Bann and Ireland proud by winning a silver medal. Joel Casselles and Chris Black travelled to Austria to represent Ireland at the Coupe de la Jeunesse accompanied by Seamus Reynolds in his capacity as part of the Irish coaching […]

July 31st, 2011 read more

Bann Rowers Strike Triple GOLD in Cork. (see gallery page for photos)

Bann Rowers Strike Triple GOLD in Cork “This is Bann’s greatest ever Irish Championship result” announced Bobbie Platt MBE, the President of Bann Rowing Club. “Over the previous 146 years prior to 2010, we had won nine Irish Championships, and now we have followed up last year’s gold with another three, it’s really incredible!” Club […]

July 24th, 2011 read more

July 2011 an unprecedented month for Bann Rowing Club.

During the month of July 2011 Bann Rowing Club members will compete at World, European and home international level not withstanding a strong continent competing at the Irish Championships in Cork. This unique month kicks off this weekend with brothers Richard and Peter Chambers selected to row together for the first time in the GB […]

July 8th, 2011 read more

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A heroes welcome home from Bann Rowing Club for Olympic Medalists (L-R wearing their Bann Rowing Club tops) Richard Chambers,  Alan Campbell  and Peter Chambers (Pictured Sports Minister Carál Ní Chuilín)  - Northern Ireland's Olympic medal-winning rowers are receiving a heroes' welcome in their hometown of Coleraine.Team GB rowers Richard and Peter Chambers took silver in the lightweight fours, while Alan Campbell won a bronze in the single sculls.They have returned to Bann Rowing Club where they honed their rowing skills.Sports Minister Carál Ní Chuilín said their "achievement really does transcend sport and serves as an inspiration to us all".The celebrations will continue with an appearance in the town centre at about 15:00 BST.The three men were cheered by supporters at Belfast City Airport as they arrived back in Northern Ireland on Wednesday morning. dscf4123-large
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