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New Quay Joint League Race

After the disappointment of not being able to complete the Celtic challenge, New Quay Community Rowing Club shone by hosting their very first joint league race event and the first league event of 2012. Clubs from all over Wales descended on New Quay on Sunday; all prepared for an exciting days' rowing and bringing nearly 30 boats to New Quay. The weather again was on our side and the New Quay backdrop allowed for fantastic scenery. With a slight delay to the racing start due to the amount of boats arriving, the ladies started the day's racing. New Quay Ladies won the race outright beating every attending welsh celtic team. Next up it was the men's race and with a slight change to the New Quay men's team nerves were high. The New Quay Trojans held their own and came a respectable 6th out of a strong 20 boat line up, with Aberdyfi taking the trophy. Next came the junior and novice crew races with teams from Llangrannog, PYC, Aberystwyth and Aberaeron all competing. Finally is was the mixed team race - a massive 26 boats lined up, with Aberdyfi taking this years trophy . New Quay Community Rowing Club would like to extend a very big thank you to all who helped make it such a fantastic day and to the other clubs up and down the coast for making it one of the most well attended league events.

Porthmadog Race day

New Quay Community Rowing Club travelled to Porthmadog on Sunday 27th May to compete in their first northern race of the season. Competition is tough in the northern league but hopes were high. A blisteringly hot day ensued, making hard racing conditions for all competing rowers. The ladies race started the days proceeding with the men's up next and finally after a short interval the mixed race. Nobody could call it on positions as due to the narrowness of the estuary the races were timed, with crews setting off at 30 second intervals. New Quay Ladies won their category with 12 seconds between them and Aberdyfi ladies, the 2nd ladies team finished in 4th place. The men's team - Trojans came in fourth in a very tough field with the New Quay mixed team wining their race by 5 seconds!

Llangwm Race day

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Aberdyfi Race Day

The sun descended upon the racing crews once again in beautiful Aberdyfi on Sunday 17th June. With fantastic views along the estuary the scene was set for an exciting day ahead. With tides against us, it made rowing over the bar nearly impossible and the hosts decided on a timed race around the estuary. Ladies started the days’ events and with the strong current & wind it was tough!! New Quay Ladies, Wild Ones shone beautifully again and secured yet another win in their category making it four of four. Next up were the Trojans, who worked tirelessly throughout the arduous course and pulled out a fantastic performance to secure 2nd position. New Quay Mixed also secured a very respectable 2nd place in the mixed race. Competition is tough in the Northern league with many longstanding clubs being pushed all the way by our crews. Aberdyfi, as usual were fantastic hosts and all the other clubs are so welcoming – it’s great to part of such a fantastic rowing family!

Ynys Mon Race Day

On the northern coastline, Llaneilian was this year’s race venue for Ynys mon, with beautiful scenery and Point Lynas lighthouse providing the racers with a spectacular backdrop. The ladies started the days’ racing with both ladies teams from New Quay getting off the start line impressively; the Wild Ones battled their way through to secure the top position once again, with host team Ynys mon coming a very close 2nd. Next up it was the men’s’ race and with fierce competition the Trojans set off on a good start to claim a respectable 4th position just 14 seconds off Aberdyfi. Ynys mon claimed the race, securing their title from last year. After a rest interval it was finally time for the mixed race. The sea conditions were deteriorating, making an interesting race for all! New Quay One secured another victory of the day finishing in an astonishing time of 25:58 with 2nd place going to Ynys mon in a time of 27:14. New Quay Mixed had a great start also and finished in respectable 4th place but it was the super vets mixed team that claimed another victory making the day a very successful event for the club

Aberporth Race Day

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New Quay Community Rowing Club took a clean sweep of trophies at today's event at Aberporth across all five races. The men's race started the day, sea conditions were tough with 3 - 4 foot swells making a interesting day for all racers. The New Quay Trojans took an early lead on the tough 5 mile race, putting themselves a good 50m ahead of the 17 strong pack with Aberporth and Llangwm fighting for second place.The men held their own and stormed across the line securing the first win of the day and their first win of the season, with Aberporth in second and Llangwm third. The Scorpians did exeptionally well in the conditions and the men's vets 'Sick note' came 2nd in their category!! The ladies did a slightly shorter race but equally as tough of 4 miles with the New Quay Wild Ones rowing to victory again and New Quay Angels continuing to climb the leaderboard in every race. Next up were the novice race and the junior race and all teams from New Quay rowed spectacularly with the under 16 girls winning the junior race with a good lead and with only a few weeks of rowing under their belt the New Quay Novices held off competition from Aberporth to take first place. Final race of the day was the mixed teams. The pressure was on Mixed one to complete the winning streak of the day and they did not fail!! Storming to victory once again they secured the fifth win of the day!! Epic rowing from the New Quay Two held off competition from Aberystwyth, securing another great position and the Vets secured 2nd place in their category.
An epic day, with epic effort from all - well done everyone!!!

Caernarfon Race Day

Caernarfon saw New Quay repeat their success of late, with wins across the board. Competition is tough in the northen leagues and last sunday was no exeption - flat water but a strong current made it difficult for all. Ladies were the first race of the day and New Quay Wild Ones took an early lead, securing another win and the first of the day. As the men lined up for the start, the sun dissapeared and was replaced with thunderous clouds. The Trojans were relaxed and took an early lead, all the while fighting tough competition from Ynys Mon, Aberdyfi and Aberystwyth men. They held their own and secured another win. The two other men's teams also did exeptionally well with the men's vets securing 2nd place in their category. The junior and novice teams were up next and both done brilliantly in the conditions and both were awarded 1st place in their categories. Final race of the day was the mixed - 3 teams from New Quay took to the water and after a confusing start all boats were away. New Quay One secured the final win of the day, holding off the mixed team from Ynys Mon. New Quay Two rowed hard to work their way up the pack to secure a respectable position and New Quay Vets also claimed 3rd place in their category

Fishguard Race Day

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