2018 / 2019 season:

Our Club Captains:

MAGS Row Girls Captain: Holly Chaafe

MAGS Row Boys Captain: Lachlan Pearce

MAGS Row Cox Captain and coach: Hasan Pathan

Best Overall Girl Rower – Holly Chaafe

Best Overall Boy Rower – Marcus Winter

Most Improved Oarswoman – Mackenzie Salton

Most Improved Oarsman – Max O’Donoghue

Best Coxswain – Valentina Cianci Vite

Best Contribution - Senior Girls – Marieke Richards

Most Improved – Senior Girls – Olivia Alberts

Best Contribution - Senior Boys – Dan Fraser

Most Improved - Senior Boys – Richie Faaumu

Best Contribution - Under 16 Girls – Lucy Flatt

Most Improved – Under 16 Girls – Layzell Halo

Best Contribution - Under 16 Boys – Max Conder

Most Improved - Under 16 Boys – Finn Hope

Best Contribution - Under 15 Girls – Carys Healey

Most Improved - Under 15 Girls – Kate Grubi

Best Contribution - Under 15 Boys – Cam McGillivray

Most Improved - Under 15 Boys – Dylan Cottingham

2017 / 2018 season:

Our Club Captains:

MAGS Row Girls Captain: Hannah Zwalue

MAGS Row Boys Captain: Lachlan Pearce

MAGS Row Cox Captain: Hasan Pathan

Best Coxswain – Hasan Pathan

Most Improved Oarswoman - Hannah Zwalue

Most Improved Oarsman – Anton Waldman

Best Overall Girl Rower - Holly Chaafe

Best Overall Boy Rower - Jesse Homer-Pilcher

Best Contribution - Under 15 Girls - Alex Prince

Most Improved - Under 15 Girls – Ella Mitchell

Best Contribution - Under 15 Boys – Ethan Welch

Most Improved - Under 15 Boys – Max O'Donoghue

Best Contribution - Under 16 Girls – Marieke Richards

Best Contribution - Under 16 Boys – Oliver Ingram

Most Improved - Under 16 Boys – Sam Sparey

Best Contribution - Under 17 Girls - Holly Chaafe

Most Improved - Under 17 Girls – Anastasia Alberts

Best Contribution - Under 17 Boys – Lewis Brown

Most Improved - Under 17 Boys – Marcus Winter

Best Contribution - Under 18 Girls – Hannah Zwalue

Best Contribution - Under 18 Boys - Nathan Smith

Most Improved - Under 18 Boys - Dennis Nieuwenhuizen

2016 / 2017 season:

Best Overall Boy Rower - Fraser Lewins

Best Overall Girl Rower - Holly Chaafe

Best Coxswain - Ben Campbell

Most Improved Oarsman - Callum Pratt

Most Improved Oarswoman - Hannah Zwalue

Best Contribution - Under 15 Girls - Marieke Richards

Most Improved - Under 15 Girls - Poppy Walters

Best Contribution - Under 16 Girls - Olivia Alberts

Most Improved – Under 16 Girls - Holly Chaafe

Best Contribution - Under 17 Girls - Rachel Taylor

Most Improved - Under 17 Girls - Tara Pickering

Best Contribution - Under 15 Boys - Anthony Peters

Most Improved - Under 15 Boys - Jackson Bass

Best Contribution - Under 16 Boys - Lewis Brown

Most Improved - Under 16 Boys - Daniel Fraser

Best Contribution - Under 17 Boys - Fraser Lewins

Most Improved - Under 17 Boys - Dennis Nieuwenhuizen

Best Contribution - Under 18 Boys - Mark Lawrence

Most Improved - Under 18 Boys - Nathan Smith

Maadi Cup week 2017

BU15 four A final placed 5th: Anthony Peters, Oliver Ingram, Samuel Chote, Kris Penev, cox: Hasan Pathan

BU16 eight A final placed 7th: Crew: Anton Waldmann, Fraser Lewins, Lachlan Pearce, Lewis Brown, Germain Hellriegel-White, Stephen Stuart, Daniel Fraser, Marcus Winter, cox: Ben Campbell

BU15 eight A final placed 7th: Crew: Anthony Peters, Blake Jowsey, Oliver Ingram, Samuel Chote, Samuel Sparey, Jackson Baas, Theo Casey-Pickering, Kris Penev, cox: Hasan Pathan

BU16 four B final placed 1st: Crew: Anton Waldmann, Fraser Lewins, Lachlan Pearce, Lewis Brown, cox: Ben Campbell

BU15 four B final placed 1st: Crew: Germain Hellriegel-White, Marcus Winter, DanielFraser, Jackson Baas, cox: Ben Campbell

GU15 coxed quad sculls: B final, placed 3rd: Crew: Olivia Alberts , Holly Chaafe, Poppy Walter, Anastasia Alberts, cox: Raquel Dinan

GU15 four B final placed 5th: Crew: Olivia Alberts, Holly Chaafe, Marieke Richards, Poppy Walter, cox: Leah Hollingworth

BU17 quad B final placed 5th: Crew: Nathan Smith, Callum Pratt, Dennis Nieuwenhuizen, Jesse Homer-Plicher, cox: Raquel Dinan

BU18 coxed quad sculls B final placed 5th: Crew: Jesse Home-Pilcher, Mark Lawrence, Dennis Nieuwenhuizen, Stephen Stuart, cox: Ben Campbell

BO15 lightweight double B final placed 6th: Crew: Callum Pratt, Nathan Smith

BU17 double sculls, B final placed 7th: Crew:Jesse Home-Pilcher, Dennis Nieuwenhuizen
 

 

BU18 single C final placed 4th: Crew: Mark Lawrence

 

 

2015 / 2016 Season

2015 / 2016 Season Winners

Most Improved Oarsman - Mark Lawrence

Most Improved Oarswoman - Tara Pickering

Best Overall Boy Rower - Tom Butler

Best Overall Girl Rower - Amy Hirst

Best Coxswain - Hugo Young

Most Improved (by age group) - 

Under 15 Boys: Marcus Winter

Under 15 Girls: Alessandra Manikas

Under 16 Boys: Dennis Nieuwenhuizen

Under 16 Girls: Tara Pickering

Under 17 Boys: Mark Lawrence

Under 17 Girls: Megan Farquhar

 Best Contribution (by age group)

Under 15 Boys: Lewis Brown

Under 15 Girls: Hannah Zwalue

Under 16 Boys: Fraser Lewins

Under 16 Girls: Emma Brothers

Under 17 Boys: Cole Brann

Under 17 Girls: Megan Farquhar

Under 18 Boys: Tom Butler

 

Maadi Cup 2016

Boys U18 2-

Crew: Tom Butler, Cole Brann

Result: A Final: Placed 7th

Boys U15 4+

Crew: Lewis Brown, Fraser Lewins, Anton Waldmann, Marcus Winter, cox: Hugo Young

Result: A Final: Placed 8th

North Island Secondary Schools Championships

Boys U15 4+

Crew: Anton Waldmann, Lewis Brown, Fraser Lewins, Marcus Winter, cox: Hugo Young

Result: A Final: Silver Medal

Boys U18 2-

Crew: Tom Butler, Cole Brann

Result: A Final: Bronze Medal

Boys U18 lightweight 4+ (L)

Crew: Nathan Smith, Oscar Seiuli, Dennis Nieuwenhuizen, Callum Pratt, cox: Angus Gray

Result: A Final: Placed 6th

Girls U15 4+

Crew: Hannah Jones, Hannah Zwalue, Ally Manikas, Sophie Thompson, cox: Leah Hollingworth

Result: A Final: Placed 6th

Boys U15 8+

Crew Ali Abbaspour-Mojdehi, Lewis Brown, Fraser Lewins, Stephen Stuart, Anton Waldman, Marcus Winter, Germain Hellriegel-White, Daniel Fraser, Cox: Hugo Young

Result: A Final: Placed 6th

Girls U15 8+

Crew: Hannah Jones, Hannah Zwalue, Ally Manikas, Sophie Thompson, Olivia Alberts, Jemma Aish, Freddie von Trott, Holly Chaafe, Cox: Bradley Shelton

Result: A Final: Placed 7th

2014 / 2015 Season

Maadi Cup 2015

Boys U18 8+

New modern era MAGS Row history was made with our first Boys U18 8+ A-final in three decades.

Crew: Carl Pracey, Jonathan Winter, Fergus McSwiney, Cole Brann, Tom Butler, Damon Trumper, Pierre Fladgate, Matt Smith + Dylan Dodds
Coach: Josh Schmidt

Result: A=final – placed 8th

Girls U17 8+

Further history was made, with MAGS boating its first ever girls’ eight at the Maadi Cup

Crew: Laura Bradley, Ella Goddard, Laura Francis, Kate Wislang, Maria Markovich, Megan Farquhar, Victoria Peri, Amy Hirst + Bradley Shelton

Result: A final – placed 8th

Silver Medal

Congratulations to Fergus McSwiney and Jonathan Winter for winning silver in the Boys U18 pair at Maadi 2015.

North Island Squad Success

Carl Pracey, Maria Markovich and cox Dylan Dodds were selected for the NZ North Island squad to compete against the best of the South Island U18s in a series of races at Lake Karapiro in April 2015, and coach Josh Schmidt was asked to coach the North Island boys’ Eight.

Carl stroked the boys’ Eight and Four, which won all their races. Maria was in the girls’ Eight, which came 2nd, and the girls Four, which came 1st. and Dylan coxed the boys’ Quad to wins. The North Island squad won the overall regatta, the first time in about seven years they have beaten their southern counterparts.

Two MAGS Rowers selected for the New Zealand junior squad

MAGS Row had our first-ever rowers selected for the New Zealand Junior Team. Fergus McSwiney and Jonathan Winter were selected for the NZ Junior Coxed Four to take part in the 2015 World Rowing Junior Championships being held in Rio de Janiero, Brazil from 6 to 9 August 2015. These boys were selected after a week-long trial that included 2km erg testing and seat trials at Lake Karapiro. The Coxed Four is the premier boat being sent, putting our boys amongst the top four sweep rowers in the country.

2013 / 2014 Season

Maadi Cup U18 8+

Modern era MAGS Row history was made when we boated our first U18 Boys 8+ at a Maadi Cup in nearly 30 years.  The crew rowed well, storming into first place in the B-final.

Crew:   Carl Pracey (stroke), Evander Tangiiti, Jonathan Winter, Fergus McSwiney, Jed Bradley, Felix Drissner-Devine, Todd Martin, Matthew Smith + Dylan Dodds (cox)
Coach:  Josh Schmidt

Result:  B-final – placed 1st

GU16 2+ Bronze Medal

Congratulations also to Kate Wislang and Maria Markovich for winning MAGS’ first Maadi Cup medal in nearly 30 years, with a bronze in the Girls U16 double.

2012 / 2013 Season

Grayson Dauphin (MAGS Row founding member – 2009 – 2013): Selected for the Auckland Rowing Association’s Regional Performance Centre (RPC).  If he does well here, the next step will be an age-group New Zealand squad.


Sane-Va Ginnern (MAGS Row founding member – 2009 – 2013): Now rowing with WERC and coaching MAGS Row novices.


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Todd Martin (Rowed for MAGS 2010 – 2013): In 2013 Todd went to Australia with the Auckland Rowing Assn Light Blue Squad to compete against Australian secondary school crews, along with MAGS Rowers Evander Tangiiti, Sam Perry and Jonathan Winter. They filled half of the eight and won bronze, and won a silver and a bronze in the Open Boys Four. Todd and Jonathan also won a silver in the Open Boys Pair.


Sam Perry (MAGS Row founding member – 2009 – 2013): Now rowing with WERC and coaching MAGS Row novices. In 2013 Sam went to Australia with the Auckland Rowing Assn Light Blue Squad to compete against Australian secondary school crews, along with MAGS Rowers Jonno Winter, Evander Tangiiti and Todd Martin. They filled half of the eight and won bronze, and won a silver and a bronze in the Open Boys Four.


Evander Tangiiti (Rowed for MAGS 2011 – 2013): In 2013 Evander went to Australia with the Auckland Rowing Assn Light Blue Squad to compete against Australian secondary school crews, along with MAGS Rowers Jonathan Winter, Sam Perry and Todd Martin. They filled half of the eight and won bronze, and won a silver and a bronze in the Open Boys Four.


Jonathan Winter (Rowed for MAGS 2011 – 2013): In 2013 Jonathan went to Australia with the Auckland Rowing Assn Light Blue Squad to compete against Australian secondary school crews, along with MAGS Rowers Evander Tangiiti, Sam Perry and Todd Martin. They filled half of the eight and won bronze, and won a silver and a bronze in the Open Boys Four. Jonathan and Todd also won a silver in the Open Boys Pair.