CONTACT EMAIL: [email protected]

Give rowing a go now and join the crew for the coming 2019/2020 season

meet down at Tauranga Rowing Club at Memorial Park 

Tuesdays/Wednesdays 4-6pm


North Island Secondary School Rowing Champs – Lake Karapiro (Fri 8th -Sun 10th Mar)

A Final

Novice U18 Double Sculls – Bronze

Abbie Thomas & Maddison Shanks

Novice U18 Coxed Quadruple Sculls – Gold

Abbie Thomas, Maddison Shanks, Ayla Redshaw, Ruby Kapene-Paitai & Ashleigh Rawson (cox)

U18 Coxless Pair Oars – 6th

Phoebe Burling & Ashlee Ennis

C Final

U18 Double Sculls – 1st

Phoebe Burling & Ashlee Ennis


Lake Pupuke, Takapuna – Auckland – Head of Harbour regatta (Sat 16th Feb)

U18 Coxed Quadruple Sculls – Bronze

Phoebe Burling, Abbie Thomas, Ashlee Ennis, Kendall Giles & Ashleigh Rawson (cox)


Rowing Nissc 19   2 (nov U18 Dble)   Maddi & Abbie   BronzeRowing Nissc 19   3 (nov U18 Coxed Quad)   Maddi, Abbie, Ayla & Ruby, Ashleigh (cox)  Coaches   Steve & Jodi   Gold

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We are based at Tauranga Rowing Club in Memorial Park.  We train and row under Tauranga Rowing Club colours from September to January and then under school colours from February to April.

Mount Maunganui College Rowing started back up in 2016/2017 with a group of 8 girls originally, which turned into 9 for a full coxed 8 by the end of the season, after a 10 year break from the sport.  

Rowing is one of the best sports to stay in shape and get fit.  It is low impact and gives you an all over body workout.  You can choose to work as part of a team or as an individual.  Rowing involves commitment. Nothing beats the feeling of knowing that you pushed yourself to the best of your ability at rowing regattas and hear that beep as you cross the finish line whether it be in an 8, 4, quad, double or single boat and find out that you won over the competition by 0.07 of a second.

When you row you gain a second family and meet some amazing people from around the country creating long lasting friendships (even the odd Olympic gold medalist or world rowing champion).  

Whether you want to use rowing to keep in shape or to keep fit for another sport, rowing is the sport for you!  Join our great team now!!  Years 9 to 13 - boys or girls.


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Winter & 2018/2019 season - email [email protected]

Ages: Boys and Girls

Groups Novices (first year rowers can be any age)
Under 16
Under 17
Under 18 

Contact the Sports Office for an Information Booklet,speak to one of our current rowers at school or email [email protected]