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australian rowers profiles and history

J Yeomans

Melbourne City Rowing Cub (VIC) until 1890 then Yarra Yarra Rowing Club (VIC)

1889 - Victorian Championships, Champion Men's Four, three seat - First (Melbourne City RC)

1890 - Melbourne Regatta, men's Maiden Scull - First (Melbourne City RC)

1890 (Feb) - Warrnambool Regatta, Senior Four, three seat - First (Melbourne City RC)

1890 - Colas Regatta, Senior Four, two seat - First

1890 (Dec) - Warrnambool Regatta, Senior Four, three seat - First 

1890 - Victorian Championships, Champion Men's Four, two seat - First

1891 - Warrnambool Regatta, Senior Eight, six seat - First

1891 (March) - Claymore Challenge Cup, six seat - First

1891 (Dec) - Claymore Challenge Cup, six seat - First

1891 - Geelong and Barwon Regatta, Men's Four, two seat - First

1891 - Melbourne Regatta, Men's Four, two seat - First

1891 - Bairnsdale Regatta, Senior Four, two seat - First

1891 - Victorian Championships, Champion Men's Four, two seat - First

1891 - Victorian Championships, Champion Men's Eight, six seat - First

1892 - Warrnambool Regatta, Senior Eight, six seat - First

1892 - Richmond and South Yarra Regatta, Senior Four, two seat - First

1892 - Bairnsdale Regatta, Senior Four, two seat - First

1892 - Geelong and Barwon Regatta, Junior Eight, two seat - First

1892 - Melbourne Regatta, Men's Four, two seat - First

1892 - Victorian Championships, Champion Men's Four, two seat - First

1893 - Melbourne Regatta, Men's Four, two seat - First

1893 - Victorian Championships, Champion Men's Four, two seat - First

1891 - Victorian Championships, Champion Men's Eight, six seat - First

1893 – Intercolonial Men’s Eight Championship seven seat – Second


Andrew Guerin
June 2021

Source: The Victorian Oarsman by John Lang, Messina & Co 1919

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