Bowball to Bowball, Single Sculls everywhere; it must be that time of year again! The 50th Dublin Sculling Ladder 1,850 meter time-trial will take place on Saturday 10th October in Islandbridge. Click HERE for official notice from organizers (pdf). [tminus t= “10-10-2015 10:00:00” style=”carbonlite”/] This year, being the 50th anniversary of the DSL, […]
On behalf of the Trustees, Committee, Officers & members of Commercial Rowing Club, we offer our Congratulations to the following club members, who have been selected to represent Ireland at Home International Regatta 2015 in Strathclyde Park, Scotland on Saturday 25th July 2015. Your club salutes you !
Update (24th June): Congratulations to Captain-elect Martina Bracken. Martina will take office on September 1st. Nominations are now being accepted for position as Club Captain for 2015-16 Closing date for nominations is set for Monday, 22nd June at 7pm Election will take place at 8pm on Tue 23rd June. See […]
Rowing is a seriously expensive sport !! A single scull can cost about €7,000 while our eights cost up to €28,000 each. We hope you’ll agree that Commercial has one of the best equipped boat houses and facilities in the country. Subscriptions are the club’s critical stream of revenue. Rowers are […]
Congratulations to the Commercial Men’s senior quad (Colm Dowling, Fionnan Groome, Michael Mahar & Neil Gahan) who won their 4X- event at today’s 6000m Erne Head in Enniskillen. Moreover, Commercial crossed the line a whopping 11 seconds ahead of Rowing Ireland’s selected fastest 4X- and also a beat a composite […]
<< UPDATE 08/March/2015: We’re pleased to announce that the Jersey has been successfully auctioned for 500€ to a Dublin Hotel. Add “commercial_rowing_club_dublin” to your eBay favorites for future amazing offers >> As part of our fundraising for the Juniors, Commercial Rowing Club is proud to auction this amazing Ireland Rugby […]
On Saturday, 21st Feb, Commercial Rowing Club set the alarm clocks early to travel to Castleconnell for St. Michaels Head The day brought ‘scattered showers and sunny spells‘. It started very calm, but cross-winds blew up in the afternoon and every cloud seemed to bring a new adventure. Well done to […]