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1984 SATIS Head of the River

Saturday, April 14 - Lake Barrington

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Lake Barrington is an artificial lake with extends 20-kilometres long on the Forth River. It was built in 1969, and by 1984, a world-class venue was ready for rowing regattas.

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First Eight:

Hutchins School won over new entrants Dominic College, with St. Virgil's College third.

This was Hutchins' fifth win in a row of the First Eight, extending their stranglehold on the Golden Fleece Cup.

Hutchins School also won the following events in 1984:

-    Open Lightweight Four 

-    Under 16 Eight 

-    Under 13 Four (Division 2)

 

Winners of the Golden Fleece Cup in 1984 for First Eights - Hutchins School
(Source: Hutchins School Magazine, 1984)

Organising Committee:

Tasmanian Rowing Association

Officials:

(unknown)


First Eight

Golden Fleece Cup

1500m

Time:

Margins:

1st Hutchins School – G. Moroney, S. Hutcheon, P. Pearce, I. McMahon, M. Grant, M. Hughes, A. Bentley, Str: E. Burbury, Cox: G. Hosking

2nd Dominic College –

3rd St. Virgil’s College –

4th 

5th 

6th


Under 16 Eight

1500m

Time:

Margins:

1st Hutchins School

2nd

3rd

4th 

5th 

6th


Open Four


Under 16 Four


Under 16 Lightweight Four


Under 15 Four (Division 1)

1500m

Time:

Margins:

1st 

2nd Hutchins School

3rd

4th 

5th 

6th


Under 15 Second Four


Under 14 Four (Division 1)

1500m

Time:

Margins:

1st 

2nd Hutchins School

3rd

4th 

5th 

6th


Under 14 Second Four


Under 13 Four (Division 1)

1500m

Time:

Margins:

1st 

2nd Hutchins School

3rd

4th 

5th 

6th


Lightweight Four

1500m

Time:

Margins:

1st Hutchins School 

2nd

3rd

4th 

5th 

6th


Under 13 Four (Division 2)

1500m

Time:

Margins:

1st Hutchins School

2nd

3rd

4th 

5th 

6th


Sources

Hutchins School Magazine, 1984

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