Starter: Mr W Schmidt
Umpire: Mr R H Roe
Timekeeper: Mr C H Briggs
1st VIC - Bow: C E Tulloch, 2: H Thomas, 3: T Rider, 4: E Cooper, 5: Arch L Dobbie, 6: R W May, 7: Eric W Tulloch, Str:
J B Suffren, Cox: B Arnold, Cch: Charles Donald, Selectors: E R Ainley, A R Moses & C McDonnell
2nd SA - Bow: R A Anderson, 2: R C Baker, 3: Max A Fotheringham, 4: J H Walker, 5: John R Muirhead, 6: F W Porter, 7: James H Gosse, Str: Alf J Grayson, Cox: Ken W Sharp, Cch: W H G Blain
3rd QLD - Bow: J H Williams, 2: W V Morley, 3: Dan E Joyce, 4: W P Watts, 5: W Eddy, 6: T J Lyons, 7: H A Montefiore, Str: Arthur A Watson, Cox: C H Hall
4th NSW - Bow: William J Middleton, 2: Edward West Marriott, 3: G McClymont, 4: Rollo N Bray, 5: Charles M Moesch, 6: Sidney A Middleton, 7: Frank H Heron, Str: Roger B Fitzhardinge, Cox: J B Brownhill, Cch: Edward A Pearson
WA disabled - Bow: R C C Williams, 2: Robert E Joyce, 3: W S Cox, 4: L J C Magennis, 5: W Crawford, 6: G King, 7: F L Davidson, Str: Charles B Brady, Cox: William M Still, Cch: Paddy Ryan
The eleventh win in succession for the Victorian crew. The West Australian crew retired from the race in the first mile owing to the six man's stretcher breaking. The Victorians led early from Queensland and New South Wales. By half way, Victoria led by a canvas with Queensland and South Australia on level terms behind Victoria. Victoria then sprinted and cleared away from the other crews. The margins were 1 1/2 lengths to SA, 2 lengths again to QLD and 4 lengths back to NSW.
Bow: R A Anderson, 2: R C Baker, 3: Max A Fotheringham, 4: J H Walker, 5: John R Muirhead, 6: F W Porter, 7: James H Gosse, Str: Alf J Grayson, Cox: Ken W Sharp, Cch: W H G Blain
1st TAS - Thomas H Bourke
2nd QLD - Michael J Slack
3rd VIC - Percy C Ivens
In the sculling race, Bourke led from the start from Slack and then Ivens. These positions were maintained throughout the race with an eight length win to Bourke from Slack and a further 3 1/2 lengths back to Ivens.