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Australian School Rowing History

1926 NSW AAGPS Head of the River

Sydney High School won again in their second start. This was the second school to do achieve such a feat. St Ignatius were struck down with illnesss in both the eight and the fours. They even questioned whether to row.

Also worth noting that St Ignatius was a small schoool with only 40 boys in the senior school at that stage. It explains the lack of success during this period.

 


Organising Committee and Officials

Organising Committee: AAGPS

 


Head of the River

Time: Not known
Margin: 2 feet and 3 feet

1st Sydney High School - Bow: B McMillan, 2: E P Field, 3: A R Broadhurst, 4: G Reddish, 5: D M Cook, 6: L Bagbie, 7: K Hardy, Str: K C Robinson, Cox: R M Mainwaring
2nd St Josephs College
3rd Sydney Church of England Grammar School (Shore)

Losers Final:
St Ignatius College
- Str: Kevin Fagan

 


First Four

Time: Not known

1st The King's School

 


Second Four

Time: Not known

1st Sydney High School

 

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