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16.05.2015
Seniors will be given priority access to hip, knee and cataract surgery, as part of $85 million dollar plan being promised by Denis Napthine. But while the Coalition was targeting the “grey vote”, it was also trying to neutralise the Greens. It took three trains for the Premier and wife Peggy to travel from Parliament to Alamein, but behind in the polls, Dr Napthine was making the most of it.
The purpose of his trip was a visit to the local men’s shed to unveil the Seniors Health and Wellbeing plan.
We actively seek submissions from all members of profiles to add to the site, particularly of current rowers. The large task of providing member profiles is well underway will more profiles added daily. A new feature of the website is the creation of member profiles of current and past members.
Calling all masters rowers who want to be part of the Club’s masters crews for the forthcoming head racing season. Chloe is from the Methodist College Belfast Rowing Club, also the club of Patrick (Paddy) Boomer, see foot of this page, who also spent a season with Mercs and was is the 2014 HRR crew.
Pictured on the Mercs balcony with Chloe (centre), are Rachael, who travelled with her to Australia and Michael Orr, also an Irish born member and father of Annabelle.
Not being content catching up at funerals and other like events, a group of our older members meet regularly for dinner to maintain the camaraderie and friendship born of their time rowing at Mercantile. A group of them, smaller than normal, was caught last Thursday in East Melbourne, at perhaps a less distinguished time of the evening. The popularity of the breakfasts at Mercantile continues with both St Catherines and Melbourne Grammar rowers also joining in the re-fuelling between rows. The other two gold medals were in the Paralympic classes of arms and shoulders single scull won superbly by Eric Horrie and the mixed trunk and arms double scull of Kathryn Ross and Gavin Bellis winning well. The two silver medals were in the Olympic classes of the men’s quad scull and four, both with Mercantile representatives.
The men’s quad scull started slowly being fourth at 500 meters and rowed through the field to finish second.
The men’s four had a great battle with the Italians swapping the lead with them down the course. With the crowd going wild the Italians edged the Australians out to take the gold with Simon Cox’s crew taking silver and Great Britain bronze.
Speaking post-race, bowman Will Lockwood said: “Our start was the best we’ve had all regatta and we put our all out there.
Clawing their way back the crew dug deep in a bid to chase down the pack and showed their true grit to push themselves into fourth before Poland took a surge ahead of them in the final 500 metres to assume fourth.
Mercantile convincingly won the Cayzer Cup on the weekend in some great racing with Sydney Rowing Club.
Club Member James Wilson raced in the bow seat of the Australian lightweight men’s quad scull which finished first in the B final tonight.
Featured below is a Cayzer Cup from 11 years ago at Mercs with Phil handing the Cayzer Cup to then President Phil Batters. Joining Jen Cleary in the finals are Josh Dunkley Smith and David Crawshay who both made it through incredibly tough and tight semi-finals last night.


Josh is rowing in the two seat of the men four which finished second in the semi-final behind the Dutch crew. David Crawshay in the bow of the men’s quad scull had a more interesting race but with the same result, second in the semi-final.
The Committee has announced that the Annual General Meeting is to be held at the Clubhouse on Saturday 17th October 2015 at noon commencing with a luncheon. Josh Dunkley-Smith is in the two seat of the Australian Four which is well positioned at these Championships for a medal. By far the biggest representation of Mercantile members is in the women’s eight with stroke Charlotte Sutherland, six Katrina Bateman and cox Sarah Banting.
James Wilson is rowing in the Lightweight Quad which finished fourth in the heat and third in the repechage. The Australians race again tonight with the four at 7:45pm Melbourne time and the quad scull at 8pm. This is an important part of the Club’s history and culture to recognise our member base. It has started today with just two profiles of the President and Captain, but 50 or more have already been written and will be published over time. The usual men’s masters F crew (average age 60) is already training as is the mixed masters eight. They had the best middle thousand of any of the finalists to be second and close to the Germans with 500 metres to go. It’s a real measure of the two of them that they’re able to do that, Cam has gone from a boat that was in the C-Final last year to one that has won a medal this year and that’s a phenomenal thing for anyone. The RA website reported: The Italians took a small lead at the start but at the 500 metre mark Australia pushed ahead and held the lead in the middle of the race before Italy upped its stroke rate to surge ahead as they approached the 1500 metre buoys. We had a great middle kilometer but we just didn’t have the juice when it come to the final 500 metres to overtake the Italians.
The RA website reported: Germany took the lead early on with the Australians forced to make-up for a disappointing start which saw the other crews in the final take advantage of, as the Australians sat in sixth at the 500 metre mark.
With USA sewing up gold, Germany silver and Netherlands bronze, it was fourth for Poland and fifth place for the Australians, who in turn secured a berth for the Women’s Quadruple Scull at next year’s Rio Olympic Games.
This result is creditable given that the crew trained in several locations, getting together only for short spells in training. This will be the first Cayzer Cup after the recent death of Phil Cayzer and so will be special. The Australians had a great middle thousand being the fastest crew through the second and third 500m.
The masters rowers have returned from their row and enjoy the camaraderie, drinks and food at Trader’s bar.
They won their heat being pushed to the line by the Dutch crew who put in a sensational last 500 to row through Germany and nearly Australia.
David Colvin reports as follows: they won their heat and went straight through to the final in this very tight field.
Unfortunately this crew has been relegated to the B final after finishing fourth in the heat and fifth in the repechage.


You will recall that Paddy hails from Ireland and rowed with Mercs in the 2013- 2014 season. He also raced in our Henley crew in 2014. As they have been written by one of our older members, it currently has a bias towards older and past members.
Peter Tomanovits is considering getting together a men’s masters C eight so there are plenty of opportunities. She is on track to repeat this great performance in Rio even with her great rival New Zealander Emma Twigg returning. Club members Sophie Sutherland and Fiona Albert supported the team as the sweep and sculling reserves respectively. Given the number of women rowing in Australia and the historical strength of Australian lightweights, this is an unprecedented situation. We’ve been rowing together for four weeks which is no time at all, the Italians have been together for three years and it showed in the cleanliness of their row.
Further their lack of racing given the short tour showed with their performance improving with each row.
However they did not have sufficient lead to match the Dutch who stormed home over the last 300 metres to finish first.
The four will again meet the Dutch crew as well as the strong American crew in the semi final tonight. In both their races, they have been well beaten in the middle of the race, and in particular the third 500 metres, by stronger crews.
This crew did everything right to qualify leading in the first 1000 metres of the repechage.
The winning Lithuanian crew were placed fourth at 1500 meter mark and stormed home with a gruelling 500 metre sprint to take first place.
If you are a past rower, come down at 11am for a row. Please let the Club know if you are attending for catering purposes and also if you want a row. The Germans are also the current World Champions and set a world best time in Amsterdam last year. The strength needed for this boat is very high and the depth of girls in this category is probably too low to readily succeed. Mercantile must produce more of the calibre of Charlotte and Katrina for Australia to be successful. They were past by the British crew in the third 500 metres and in a tough fight with the Americans, narrowly were pipped on the line to finish in third place.
The lack of lightweights is also being heard with Mercs developing a strong under 23 men’s lightweight group.
The Australian crew were silver medallists about 2 seconds behind Germany at Lucerne so they are right in the mix.
As only the top five crews qualify for the Olympic Games, Australia does not have an eight in the Olympics at this stage. It is tough training through winter with half the crew in Melbourne and the rest elsewhere and having no lead up racing.



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