1st WA - Bow: A P (Perc) Ffarington, 2: William (Bill) A Browne, 3: Oscar J Negus, 4: C Matthews, 5: William J (Jim)
Pannell, 6: George Bessell-Browne, 7: W Murray Church, Str: A G (Gra) Rosser, Cox: Owen Carrick, Cch: Paddy J Ryan,
Mgr: Stanley O'Brien, Emerg: Gil G Whittle
2nd NSW - J P Butler, Cyril B Callaghan, H Les Callaghan, J B Evans, Malcolm G MacKenzie, J T Mitchell, Joe T Vindin, George S Wallis, Cox: Reg J Daly, Emerg: T Hougan, Cch: Oswald J Wood, Mgr: J C Daly
3rd VIC - Bow: T S C Flint, 2: E W Cooke, 3: R Grover Heyward, 4:H W Irvine, 5: W P Austin, 6: E J Farrell, 7: B C Edwards, Str: H A Schlichting, Cox: E W Turner, Emerg: F C Borrmann, Cch & sole selector: E Horsburgh, Mgr: Jimmy P Rorke
4th SA - Bow: E A Bolto, 2: A Elix, 3: F D Heidrich, 4: A F Peterson, 5: R C McKinnon, 6: P J Treveaven, 7: A A Loxton, Str: A Tabe, Cox: Harry Warhurst, Cch: A E Schuetze, Mgr: J P Marcus, Emerg: C R Bock
QLD did not finish - Bow: Johnny Lawrey, 2: Robert Lyndon, 3: A Bragg, 4: James Cullen, 5: Arthur Hassam, 6: Herb Zunker, 7: Percy Feeney, Str: David Young, Cox: Ron Clemence, Emerg: J V Hayden, Cch: William Moller, Manager: G R Howard Gill, Emerg: J V Hayden
TAS did not finish - Bow: E Elrick, 2: I Hay, 3: W Rowe, 4: D Targett, 5: G Richardson, 6: A Filbee, 7: B Beauchamp, Str: J R Hallam, Cox: A Griggs, Cch & Mgr: J Swift, Emerg: H Wilkinson
The TAS & QLD eights were swamped in very difficult conditions. The Victorian and South Australian crew were also swamped but shortly after the race. The WA crew was heartily congratulated on their meritorious victory by two lengths to the NSW crew.
1st NSW - Henry "Bobby" Pearce
2nd VIC - Arthur H Cambridge
3rd TAS - Rex Marsh
4th SA - Walter H Pfeiffer
The Victorian Rowing Association Annual Report heartily congratulated "the promising young sculler Mr R Pearce" on his victory. The next year he was to become Olympic Champion.
1st SA - Bow: G O'Malley, 2: M Quin, 3: Adele Hill, Str: J Thomas, Cox: Len Hill
3rd QLD - Bow: J Snodgrass, 2: R Myers, 3: R McHale, Str: A J Flemming
Unlike the men's races, the weather for the women's races was superb. The strong South Australian crew won easily to make it four wins in a row.