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Membership of the club is currently open 

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Membership

Membership of the club is currently open and we welcome applicants from people interested in participating in rowing. Children need to be 11 years or older and need to have basic swimming skills. Membership runs from October 1st to September 31st of the following year and fees are listed on the application form below.

Download the application form, print and bring it with you to one of the training sessions which can be found in the training section. Otherwise, for further information contact Club President Owen Silke on 086-2656985.

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Club Rules

Club rules are in place to protect the health and safety of all our members, and to ensure a safe and respectful experience on the water. All coaches, parents an members should be familiar with club rules.  
Boat Club rules

Pay Fees Online

There are a number of different membership options, but each option can be paid for securely online. Please select the appropriate option from the list on the link below. If unsure, please contact your coach, committee member or club treasurer if you require assistance.

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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