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Boat Race (9-10 December)

In the finals of Boat Race our team was competing against Selborne College from East London. Unfortunately a loose footboard ended our chances.

our Boat Race team

rowing Boat Race with a loose foodboard

Lunga in Tunisia (27-28 October)

After organising many overseas trips for Nemato members, our old manager Lunga now represented South Africa himself: 1st African Rowing Beach Sprint Championships in Tunisia.

Lunga in Tunisia

Lunga in Tunisia

eight is back (6 August)

Our eight is back! Sadly people use our boat storage area as car parking and one car broke our eight last year, running away without a notice. Many thanks to John Waugh for the beautiful repair at a discount price and to St Andrew's College for donating towards the costs and transporting the boat.

the eight is back

Athi at World Championships (27-31 July)

We are so proud of our board member Athi: From his first strokes all the way back in 2005 at the very first beginners course of Nemato Rowing Club, he was now at the World Championships in Italy as the coach of the South African Junior Pair!

Athi's first strokes in 2005

Athi as coach at the World Championships in 2022

training with Rhodes (8-10 July)

The Rhodes University rowers invited us to join there sessions in Port Alfred for three days.

training with Rhodes

training with Rhodes

SA Junior Championships (4-6 March)

Nemato was well represented at the South African Junior Championships in Gauteng.

SA Junior Champs

Nemato team at SA Junior Champs

Buffalo Regatta (10-12 February)

A small group of Nemato rowers competed at the Buffalo Regatta in East London.

Buffalo Regatta

Buffalo Regatta

Eastern Cape Sprints (5 February)

Thando was our strongest rower at the Eastern Cape Sprints here in Port Alfred this weekend. He qualified through heats, quarter finals and semi finals to win the Men's B Single Sculls.

Thando won Men's B Single Sculls

Nemato quad at Eastern Cape Sprints

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