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James Boyce.

James Boyce.
It is with great sadness that we note the passing of James Boyce who died while competing at the Mercer Master's Regatta on Saturday the 11th. Below is a message from Rob Prebble, the President of the Rotorua RowingClub. It is with great sadness and shock that we learned of ...
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Weekends Away – Napier

Weekends Away - Napier
The Legion of Rowers and Hawkes Bay Rowing Club Present "Weekends Away" Labour Weekend - 20-22 October 2018 The Legion of Rowers and the Hawkes Bay Rowing Club are planning a Weekend away over the Labour Day Weekend. Activities would include a Sunday morning row, activities such as a walk ...
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Junior’s Blog

Junior's Blog
We're pleased to announce that we are starting a new column on the Legion Website. We'll be posting updates from our Junior Rowers so you can follow their progress. First up is an update from Sam Cummins as the Juniors prepare to leave for Europe on the Road to Racie ...
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An Update on Legion’s Activities

An Update on Legion's Activities
Legion Regatta A successful Legion regatta was held on Karapiro Lake in April 2018, 258 rowers participated in the regatta which produced a small profit of $395 that will be used as a contribution towards the Junior Rower Awards. Legion Junior Trust Awards This year, the Legion increased the value ...
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Bay of Plenty Masters Regatta

Bay of Plenty Masters Regatta
Bay of Plenty Rowing Association 2018 Masters Regatta Presented in association with the Legion of Rowers and Karapiro Rowing Incorporated Lake Karapiro Saturday 1 September 2018 10am—4pm $30 + GST per rower (inc. Row IT fee) Registration via Row IT Get some practice and check out the opposition 2 weeks prior ...
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The Legion of Rowers has the following purpose

  1. To Maintain rowing connections, past, present and future and
  2. To support the future Rowers of New Zealand.

Of course there’s more than that. Take a look at the History of the Legion to understand more. Then why not sign to be a member here?