Grammar success at 2018 Head of the Lake

Although the day itself was windy and cold, the 2018 Head of the Lake was very successful for Ballarat Grammar, with the Senior first Girls IV winning the penultimate prize Head of the Lake in the girls, and Grammar also being awarded the Harold Deveson Cup for the aggregate – best boys’ school in the regatta.

Right:  Open Girls’ Division 1 crew of Jess Mahony, Isabella Conheady, Cecilia Hearn, Sophie Reinehr, cox Harriet Jones, with their coach Mr Bill Gribble.

 

Congratulations to Grammar’s winning crews in the regatta, and all the crews who raced on the day:

Year 9 Girls’ Division 6, 1000m

Sophie Gray, Caroline Tatham. Anna Smart, Sophie Hausler, cox Angela Thompson

Year 9 Boys’ Division 2, 1000m

Sam Hancock, Noah McKinney, Sebastian Pendlebury, Lachlan Maxted, cox Angus Conheady

Year 10 Boys’ Division 1, 1000m

Noah Esmonde, Felix Oliver, Fergus Macdonald, Sam Crothers-Bade, cox Henry Dickinson

Year 10 Boys’ Division 4, 1000m

Jesse Selkirk, Jack Bond, Johnathon Adem, Angus Stewart, cox George Sinclair

Year 10 Girls’ Division 2, 1000m

Isabella Robson, Sophie Tan, Bronte Rix, Chloe Stewart, cox Shaneeta Muker

Year 10 Boys’ Division 2, 1000m

Lachlan Sim, Frasier Southee, Oscar Lawson, Nicholas Butler, cox Jemima Howell

Open Boys’ Division 3, 1000m

Harry O’Keane, Lachlan Warwick, Aaron Lowe, William Grills, cox Oliver Warwick

Open Boys’ Division 2, 2000m

Guy A’Speculo, Davis Coutts, Jonty Trotter, Oliver Pescott, cox Bryce Henwood

Open Girls’ Division 1, 2000m

Jess Mahony, Isabella Conheady, Cecilia Hearn, Sophie Reinehr, cox Harriet Jones

The BAS Head of the Lake regatta was the culmination of much hard work by all of our rowers. Their persistence and focus was well-rewarded by many good outcomes. Congratulations to all of our rowers, coaches and members of our cheer squad for representing the School so well. Thank you for all the support given by the Vikings Rowing Club.

Above: Grammar boys were awarded the Harold Deveson Cup for the aggregate – best boys’ school in the regatta – with 45 points.