If you are interested in trying out rowing, we would be delighted to introduce you to a hugely enjoyable sport that boys and girls compete in equally. We are continuously taking new members, so if you’d like to know more, come down to the club on Sunday mornings and ask for Neil Creedon who coach the beginners’ group. You can also ask for the Club Membership Sectetary, Teresita O’Callaghan, the Club Captain, Vivian Kelleher. Otherwise, click on this link Contact Us and fill in the application form. One of the Club officers will contact you. Training & Equipment For beginners, water training takes place on Sunday mornings from 11 to 12.30 and land training on Tuesday evenings from 6 to 7.30 p.m. (water training from March). The Club supplies all equipment. You just need to wear normal training gear (lots of thin layers for cold weather, and a hat). Membership Every prospective new member goes through an initial free trial period of approximately 3-4 weeks where you get to try out the sport to see if you like it. After that, you will be asked to become a member. Membership fees: €100 joining fee and €30 a month after that for a family membership. In addition, each athlete pays €25 a year for affiliation to Rowing Ireland.