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Photo of CupMaurice Jones Cup Boys under-18 double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2007 to the winner of the Boys under-18 double, the Cup is currently held by Tauranga Boys College [TRGB].

The Tauranga Boys College crew won the event in 2013 by about 1.25 lengths from James Hargest College [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

A brief history

Donated by the Otago Rowing Association to mark their (reluctant) acceptance of the resignation of Maurice Jones as their secretary. An icon of Otago rowing, involved either as a coxswain, coach or administrator for 70 years, Maurice now continues his involvment as a patron of Otago rowing. Maurice helped drive school rowing in Otago and is also an NZSSRA Life Member.


Photo of CupRoger Batley Cup Boys under-18 lightweight double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2012 to the winner of the Boys under-18 lightweight double, the Cup is currently held by Cambridge High School [CAMB].

The Cambridge High School crew won the event in 2013 by less than a canvas from St Johns College (Hamilton) [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2011, 2012, 2013.

A brief history

Donated by Alex Mudford and Matthew Duncan of STPC; winners of the inaugural race. The trophy is named after their coach.


Photo of CupRussell Baxter Memorial Cup Boys under-18 novice double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2014 to the winner of the Boys under-18 novice double, the Cup is currently held by John Paul College [JPCR].

The John Paul College crew won the event in 2013 by less than a canvas from St Bedes College [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2011, 2012, 2013.

A brief history

Presented by the Baxter family in memory of Russell's involvement with rowing and his love of Maadi. Russell was the person instrumental in introducing and developing the filming and broadcast of Maadi regattas. Russell died in October 2013.


Photo of TrophyPitt Island Trophy Girls under-18 double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) to the winner of the Girls under-18 double, the Trophy is currently held by Kavanagh College [KAVA].

The Kavanagh College crew won the event in 2013 by about 2 lengths from Epsom Girls Grammar [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.


Photo of PlateKeith 'Hibbo' Hibberd Plate Girls under-18 lightweight double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2012 to the winner of the Girls under-18 lightweight double, the Plate is currently held by Kavanagh College [KAVA].

The Kavanagh College crew won the event in 2013 by less than a canvas from Epsom Girls Grammar [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2011, 2012, 2013.

A brief history

Donated by Keith Hibberd, who coached Macleans for the previous 10 years. Keith's involvement with rowing dates back 50 years; first as a rower for Auckland Rowing Club for 20 years then coaching womens crews before coaching school crews. Keith started with BARA before coaching GLDW and then started coaching MACL.


Photo of CupSt Andrews College Cup Boys under-17 double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2007 to the winner of the Boys under-17 double, the Cup is currently held by Whakatane High School [WHAK].

The Whakatane High School crew won the event in 2013 by about 1.75 lengths from Waimea College [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

A brief history

Donated by St Andrews College to mark the long involvement of the school with rowing and also for the support the Rector of St Andrews College, Harvey Rees-Thomas, has given to rowing at the school.


Photo of CupLawrence 'Jumbo' Jackson Cup Girls under-17 double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2007 to the winner of the Girls under-17 double, the Cup is currently held by Epsom Girls Grammar [EGGS].

The Epsom Girls Grammar crew won the event in 2013 by about 2.25 lengths from St Peters School [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

A brief history

Donated by Dave and Sharon Williamson after Dave's Marlborough Girls College crews won gold and also came 7th in the event in 2006. The cup is named after Sharon's grandfather Jumbo who was a Picton Rowing Club redcoat winner and a 1932 Olympian who rowed in the eight at Los Angeles.


Photo of CupCraighead Diocesan School Cup Girls under-16 double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2012 to the winner of the Girls under-16 double, the Cup is currently held by Roncalli College [RONC].

The Roncalli College crew won the event in 2013 by about quarter of a length from St Kevins College [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

A brief history

Presented by Craighead Diocesan School in recognition of the school's achievements under coach Dean Milne.


Photo of CupMark Meates Cup Boys under-15 double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2010 to the winner of the Boys under-15 double, the Cup is currently held by Whakatane High School [WHAK].

The Whakatane High School crew won the event in 2013 by about 1.5 lengths from Roncalli College [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

A brief history

Donated by St Bedes College to honour the achievements and ongoing involvement of Mark in rowing at the school and in the wider rowing community


Photo of CupFrancis Hill Memorial Cup Girls under-15 double

Awarded at Maadi (National Champs) since 2006 to the winner of the Girls under-15 double, the Cup is currently held by Nelson College For Girls [NCOG].

The Nelson College For Girls crew won the event in 2013 by about 1.75 lengths from Wanganui High School [race results].

Full event results are available for: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

A brief history

While watching the 2005 Maadi Mike Hill was so inspired by the results achieved by Twizel (possibly our smallest member school) that he decided to donate a trophy. The trophy is named in memory of Mike's brother Francis, who had a long involvement with school rowing particularly in the lower South Island.


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