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22 July, 2021

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School’s Pathway Eights 2021

Congratulations to Patrick Brown, Amy Florance, Harry Birchmore, Alecia Jepson and William Gray who were a part of the Girls and Boys Eight’s at the School’s Pathway Eights Camp and Replica Regatta at Lake Barrington during the Term break. After two cancelled regattas on the mainland, Rowing Australia and Rowing Tasmania held a replica regatta with three Girls’ Eights, one Boy’s Eight and one Boy’s Four who trained on Saturday and then on Sunday, in conjunction with the Tasmanian Institute of Sport (TIS) crews, raced over 2000 meters in perfect conditions, albeit a tad chilly.

Rowing Coaches Needed

Scotch Oakburn Rowing is a well-established and committed sport within our College, offering students the opportunity to be part of a long-held tradition of competitive rowing. Our Senior Girls were undefeated in season 2020 and won the Head of the River in 2021, breaking a 24-year drought. Two of our Senior Girls have been selected for the 2021 U19 Australian Rowing team.

The College seeks an experienced and knowledgeable Senior Girls Coach, Assistant Senior Girls Coach and Junior Rowing Coaches to assist the Head Coach and Director of Rowing with the planning and effective implementation of the SOC Rowing Program. The Senior Girls Coach is a contract position for 2 years (renewable).

For further information, please direct enquiries to the Director of Rowing, Jamie Breden via email rowing@soc.tas.edu.au or mobile 0438 038 773.

Position Description – Senior Rowing Coach 2021-22 Final

Expressions of interest close Monday 26 July 2021

The Scotch Oakburn College Rowing Club are once again selling their very popular sheep poo as a fundraiser:

PICK UP/Delivery commencing Saturday’s until sold out:
from Saturday 31 July 2021
8.00am-12.00pm
Boland Street (at our rowing boatshed – opposite Becks)

$5 a bag.

Please contact me to organise FREE DELIVERY of 10 bags or more.

Jamie Breden
Director of Rowing

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