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Australian School Rowing History

1918 NSW AAGPS Head of the River

Sydney Grammar made this year the two of their hat trick of wins in the first eights. They used a very similar crew to 1917 with the same stroke, cox, coach and 3 others.

The race was a grim contest with four of the five crews almost level with only a short distance to the finish line.

The Scots College boated a crew for the first time in 1918 with a crew stroked by W R McFadyen.

 


Organising Committee and Officials

Organising Committee: AAGPS

 


Head of the River

Time: Not known

1st Sydney Grammar School - Bow: A C (Johnny) Wallace, 2: F H Ludowici, 3: L H Moore, 4: M N Sexton, 5: N F Stewart, 6: J D Fraser, 7: J H Blakemore, Str: T M Barnet, Cox: J S Laidley, Cch: W H (Sav) Savigny
4th St Ignatius College - Cch: W Furlong
Scots College
- Str: W R McFadyen 

 


First Four

Time: Not known

1st St Joseph's College
4th St Ignatius College

 


Second Four

Time: Not known

1st unknown
2nd St Ignatius College

 

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