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Rowing Victoria State Championships

1934 Rowing Victoria State Championships


Champion Men's Scull

(2 1/2 miles)

Time: 16:49.4
Margins: 20 lengths

1st C F W Peppler, Yarra Yarra

2nd G Anderson, Albert Park

3rd E A MacDougall, Hawthorn

4th M Hanson, Footscray City

Four scullers competed in the 2 1/2 mile Sculling Championship on Saturday, 17th December, 1933. C. W. F. Peppler won easily from G. Anderson, 20 lengths away second. The race was rowed against a head wind. Mr. Peppler is warmly congratulated on his third successive victory in the Victorian Sculling Championship. 


Champion Men's Pair

(1 mile)

Time: 7:14.0
Margins: 1 length

1st Richmond – Bow: M Edmunds, Str: L J Thompson, Cox: W Alexander

2nd Nagambie

3rd Albert Park

4th Wendouree

5th Footscray City

6th Mercantile

7th Ballarat City

Lake Wendouree, Ballarat, was again the venue of the Champion pairs race, which was rowed on Saturday, 9th December, 1933, and attracted an entry of seven crews. Richmond, competing in the event for the first time for many years, won by a length from Nagambie. Through the breaking of a poppet Ballarat capsized and therefore did not finish the course. Richmond are warmly congratulated on this, their first win in the Champion Pairs. 


Champion Men's Four

(2 1/2 miles)

Time: 16:10.4
Margins: 12 lengths

1st Nagambie – Bow: F P Furlong, 2: S E Gugger, 3: W A Lodding, Str: L W Sullivan, Cox: A G Green, Coach: M A Sinnott

2nd Richmond

3rd Mercantile

This event was rowed on Saturday, 20th January, 1934, over a course of two and a half miles. Three clubs were represented, viz., Nagambie, Richmond and Mercantile. Nagambie won by twelve lengths from Richmond, with Mercantile in third place. Sincere congratulations are extended to Nagambie on their win in this event.


Champion Men's Eight

(2 1/2 miles)

Time: 14:35.4
Margins: 5 lengths

1st Nagambie – Bow: F P Furlong, 2: J E Callaghan, 3: C W Welch, 4: T Coulter, 5: V M Sullivan, 6: S E Gugger, 7: W A Lodding, Str: L W Sullivan, Cox: A G Green, Coach: M A Sinnott

2nd Richmond

3rd Mercantile

4th Hawthorn

The Champion Eights were rowed on Saturday, 17th March, 1934, over a course of two and a half miles. The event attracted an entry of four crews and was won by Nagambie from Richmond by five lengths. This was Nagambie’s first win in the Champion Eights, and they are heartily congratulated thereon.


Champion Men's 2,000 Metre Scull

(2,000 metres)

Time: 8:01.6
Margins: 5 lengths

1st C F W Peppler, Yarra Yarra

2nd W G Davis, Richmond

3rd L Power, Melbourne

This 2,000 Metres Championship was rowed on Saturday, 20th January, 1934. The event was won by C. F. W. Pepple, W. G. Davis five lengths away second. Mr. Peppler is congratulated on his victory.


Champion Men's Lightweight Eight

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Margins: 00000 lengths

1st CrewName - Bow: XXXX, Str: XXXX, Cox: XXXX, Cch: XXXX
2nd CrewName - Bow: XXXX, Str: XXXX, Cox: XXXX, Cch: XXXX
3rd CrewName - Bow: XXXX, Str: XXXX, Cox: XXXX, Cch: XXXX

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Champion Men's Junior Eight

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Time: 000 min 000 sec
Margins: 00000 lengths

1st CrewName - Bow: XXXX, Str: XXXX, Cox: XXXX, Cch: XXXX
2nd CrewName - Bow: XXXX, Str: XXXX, Cox: XXXX, Cch: XXXX
3rd CrewName - Bow: XXXX, Str: XXXX, Cox: XXXX, Cch: XXXX

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Champion Women's Pair

(Distance - Not recorded)

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Champion Women's Four

(Distance - Half mile)

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Champion Women's Junior Four

(Distance - Quarter mile)

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Sources

The Victorian Oarsman with a Rowing Register, by John Lang, published by A H Massina and Company 1919.

Victorian Rowing Association, Reports 1903 - 1944.

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