1913 Ballarat Head of the Lake
The second Head of the Lake was a victory for Ballarat Grammar.
The popularity of the sport within the schools was significant. Rowing in schools started well before the first regatta in 1912. St Patrick's College commenced rowing in 1903. By 1911 it was reported in the St Patrick's College Annual that it was the most popular sport at the College and he ...never saw such enthusiasm about boating in SPC as there was in 1911. Everybody seemed seized with a duck-like proclivity for the water ... The 'kiddies' especially were smitten by the nautical fever ... the unalloyed delight of being able to guide a real boat gave to them a joy too deep for merriment ...
Organising Committee and Officials
Organising Committee: Ballarat Public Schools' Association
Head of the Lake
Time: Not known
1st Ballarat Grammar School - Bow: O Lamplough, 2: G Lewin, 3: D Kaneen, Str: L Campbell. Cox: G Woolcott. Coach Dr Robin (Headmaster of Ballarat Grammar School)
2nd St Patrick's College
From '100 Years of the Head of the Lake' published by The Courier in 2012.