New Zealand’s top secondary school rowers went head to head this weekend at the Aon North Island Championships at Lake Karapiro and the Meridian South Island Championships at Lake Ruataniwha, Twizel.
Secondary school rowers will be vying for championship medals this weekend and the upper edge on their opponents this weekend.
The action at the 2017 Aon Maadi Cup wont just be on the water - there are three competitions to be won for the best mascot, best school banner and best school t-shirt.
Taking place at the Sir Don Rowlands Centre, Lake Karapiro, the 2017 Rowing New Zealand Coaches Conference welcome coaches from around the country with the aim of sharing insights and advancing the knowledge of youth rowing coaches.
Bluebridge are continuing the special deal for ferry crossings by the rowing community.
The NZSSRA 2017 AGM will take place on Sunday 26 th March after the safety briefing of the Aon Maadi Cup, in Cambridge.
Christ's College provided a thrilling climax to the 2016 Aon Maadi Cup by smashing Hamilton Boys High School's recent stranglehold on the Maadi Cup with a resounding victory in the regatta's flagship event.
Christ’s College claimed their first Springbok Shield success for 18 years with a gun to tape success in the boys flagship race of the first finals day at the 2016 Aon Maadi Cup at Lake Ruataniwha.
The final line-ups for the 2016 Aon Maadi Cup (New Zealand Secondary School Rowing Championships) have been confirmed today at Lake Ruataniwha with the semi-finals completed.