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Pending an overhaul the database only holds results up to 2015. This means trophy holder details are not up to date.

Photo of TrophyDoug Burrows Trophy Boys under-18 lightweight four

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) to the winner of the Boys under-18 lightweight four, the Trophy is currently held by Glendowie College [GLDW].

The Glendowie College crew won the event in 2015 by less than a canvas from Tauranga Boys College [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.


Photo of CupRoger Batley Cup Boys under-18 lightweight double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2012 to the winner of the Boys under-18 lightweight double, the Cup is currently held by Marlborough Boys College [MLBB].

The Marlborough Boys College crew won the event in 2015 by less than a canvas from Wellington College [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.

A brief history

Donated by Alex Mudford and Matthew Duncan of STPC; winners of the inaugural race. The trophy is named after their coach.


Photo of TrophyRex Farrelly Trophy Girls under-18 lightweight four

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) to the winner of the Girls under-18 lightweight four, the Trophy is currently held by Christchurch Girls High School [CGHS].

The Christchurch Girls High School crew won the event in 2015 by about quarter of a length from Westlake Girls High School [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.


Photo of PlateKeith 'Hibbo' Hibberd Plate Girls under-18 lightweight double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2012 to the winner of the Girls under-18 lightweight double, the Plate is currently held by Timaru Girls High School [TIMG].

The Timaru Girls High School crew won the event in 2015 by less than a canvas from Dunstan High School [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.

A brief history

Donated by Keith Hibberd, who coached Macleans for the previous 10 years. Keith's involvement with rowing dates back 50 years; first as a rower for Auckland Rowing Club for 20 years then coaching womens crews before coaching school crews. Keith started with BARA before coaching GLDW and then started coaching MACL.


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