Rowers in the medals

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On the podium, and all smiles are Ashburton College rowers bronze medal winners Matthew Pearce,...
On the podium, and all smiles are Ashburton College rowers bronze medal winners Matthew Pearce, Jed Amos (cox) Mitchell Taylor, Henry Wallis and Riley Harris with assistant coach Fran Connelly-Whyte.
Ashburton College rowers have won silver and bronze at the South Island Secondary Schools Rowing Championships.

Ashburton College rower Ged Wall with his silver medal from the boys U17 single sculls event.
Ashburton College rower Ged Wall with his silver medal from the boys U17 single sculls event.
Senior rower Ged Wall won silver in the boys U17 single sculls event on Saturday, finishing less than three seconds behind Otago Boys High School rower Reuben Cook who recorded a time of 7m:41.53s.

Wall was also fourth in the U18 single sculls final raced on Sunday.

Also in the medals was the boys U18 novice coxed quad sculls boat of Matthew Pearce, Mitchell Taylor, Henry Wallis, Riley Harris and cox Jed Amos.

The Year 11 students finished in a fast time of 7m:12.33s, coming in behind Timaru Boys and John McGlashan College boats.

The Ashburton College boys U18 novice coxed four made Sunday’s A final, finishing fifth in a time of 7m:30.14. In the boat were Zane Cameron, Parker Bradford, Henry Wallis, Charles Savage and cox Jed Amos.

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