About

Founded in 1983

CCBC has been introducing the sport of rowing to athletes of all ages for over 30 years. We are passionate about the sport, and are committed to sharing the values and benefits of rowing. We ask that all members familiarise themselves with our Club Rules.
RULES

Junior Rowing

Castleconnell Boat Club welcomes aspiring athletes from the ages of 12 and up. All members must be able to swim, and will take a swim test as part of health and safety protocols. Rowers compete according to age. Rowers can learn sculling and sweep rowing, and may find themselves in singles, doubles, pairs, quads or even 8’s.

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Facilities

Castleconnell Boat Club has recently extended its facilities, with a new boat shed allowing us to store and use more equipment. Our original boat house is now home to our ergometers (rowing machines) and a number of exercise bikes, as well as a small amount of strength and conditioning equipment, which is available to members under coaches supervision. In addition, indoor erg and bike classes are available.

Classes

Club Apparel

Castleconnell Boat Club is proud to have club gear available to order. At set times throughout the year, the club will place a bulk order, to enable members to get the best possible price. Coaches will let members know when orders are being placed, and notifications will go out on social media.

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About

Castleconnell Boat Club is situated on the Shannon River and takes advantage of a beautiful stretch of water between O’Brien’s Bridge and World’s End. The club is open to members from 12 years and up. If you’re interested in learning how to row, get in touch!

CONTACT US

Pat Kiely (Club President)
Mob: 087-6381512

Richard Lyons (Club Captain)
Mob: 087-6184411

James Mangan (Head Coach)
Mob: 087-6503818

Find Us at

Lacka, Castleconnell,

Co. Limerick

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Please come along and support our 5k and 10k run on March 31st. It is a beautiful route and always a great day out for family and for more experienced runners as well👍🏼 @SportingLK @Limericksports https://t.co/EtnqatxluK

Heartwarming to see the response and show of support from the rowing community and public. Retweeting Amy’s GoFundMe link as it is such a worthy fundraiser. 💕 https://t.co/DcdYeSi6lp