2016-2017 Captains report
Over the past few years the Tamar Rowing Club has boated strong and successful members at State, National and International levels of rowing. Of course the challenge for us all this past season was the fallout from the floods this time last year. As you are aware, fortunately the boating facility was largely unscathed. Chris Symons, in consultation with Jim Guy and Alan Weeding, rebuilt the bathroom/change room facilities. Although the function area is a bit ordinary, the club dinner and presentation evening were held here. With the move forward towards redevelopment of this area, we all have something to look and works towards over the next 12 months or so.
State Championship winners 2016/17
- Men’s Senior 2- Ali Foot (b) Blair Tunevitsch (str)
- Men’s U 23 Single Henry Youl
- Men’s U23 2X John McKenzie (b) Henry Youl (str)
- Men’s U23 2- John McKenzie (b) Henry Youl (str)
- Men’s U23 4- Hugh McShane (b), Braiden Dawe-Wright (2), John McKenzie (3), Henry Youl (str)
- Men’s U 23 4X Hugh McShane (b), Braiden Dawe-Wright (2), John McKenzie (3), Henry Youl (str)
- Men’s Senior 8 - Matt Wyton (b), Oliver Marsden, Ali Foot, Hugh McShane, Mitch Digney, Braiden Dawe-Wright, John McKenzie, Henry Youl (str), Cox –Angus Brown
We had good club representation at the NSW Championships in February by Oli Marsden , Brendan Longman, Ciona Wilson and Henry Youl. Ciona was successful in the Senior Women’s 4-, taking out the gold. Henry won the U23 mens Scull taking gold and Brendan and Oil claimed silver in the Senior men’s Lightweight Pair. Ciona and Henry were both invited to trial for Senior Australian teams. Ciona went to Penrith 2 weeks prior to trials to train at the NTC. She had 2 weeks of solid training but unfortunately came home after day 3 of trials with a rib stress fracture. Henry was unsuccessful in the Senior trials but went onto the U23 trails. In round 2 he was successful and will be competing in Bulgaria in July in the U23 Mens coxed four.
Australian Nationals and Interstate Regatta (Penrith)
- U23 Men’s Single - Henry Youl 3rd
- U23 Men’s Double Scull- Henry Youl 1st, John Mckenzie 6th
- U23 Men’s Eight- Henry Youl 3rd
- U23 Men’s Quad- John Mckenzie 5th
- Senior Men’s Four- John Mckenzie 4th
- Senior Lightweight Men’s Double Scull- Oli Marsden 7th
- Senior Lightweight Men’s Quad Scull- Oli Marsden 5th
- Senior Lightweight Men’s Eight- Oli Marsden 4th
The Tamar masters have enjoyed success throughout the season due to their solid commitment. Starting at the second state pennant regatta held at Franklin in November all the way to the State Masters Championships in April. Numbers have expanded and with the addition of ladies introduced to rowing by Coach Rob Breier. Particular mention should be made of Paul Francis and Alan Kitto who participated in the World Masters in New Zealand in April. Alan was particularly successful coming home with three silvers and one gold.
Heats at the Tasmanian Masters Championships were well contended with Tamar members and made up of mixed age groups, which made it difficult to define winners over the finish line.
Our thanks go to all the coaches for their dedication through the year. Alan Kitto for continuing to coach and assisted our masters women. Jim Guy and Chris Symons for working with Launceston College and the Tamar Rowing Academy, and Ross Gregory looking after a group of masters. Rob Breier offered to coach in doing so has bought with him a number of Masters Ladies who have mixed in with our more experienced members. Welcome back to Ken Davey who has spent the season primarily coaching Ciona, but is always willing to include others and offer coaching and technical advice.
There are several people who work tirelessly behind the scenes-
- Once again thank you David MacFarlane for his ongoing efforts for the boat repairs as he has kept the fleet in sound condition.
- Thanks to Andrew Calvert for his chairmanship and organising the sheep sheds that combined with other functions help with the ever required fundraising required to support club improvements.
- Chris Symons for towing the boats and looking after the club towing assets. Thank you also for the overseeing of the flood cleanup, the change room rebuild and all the other endless jobs you take responsibility for. I should also mention your organisation for regatta entries.
- Elaine Guy was going to step down at the end of the last season, but after the flood, has been working tirelessly to oversee accounts to keep the club in the best financial position.
- Jim Guy for his work along with President Alan Weeding for the work on future developments.
- A big thankyou to everybody who supported our 2 main fundraisers – sheep poo sales, barbeque and cafe at LBI during the pennant season.
- Thankyou to Jane Hawkeswood for sorting out the rosters for the bbq and cafe at Lake Barrington.
- Thankyou also goes to the Tas Rowing Council, for their ongoing advice and support to the club.
- Tom Barton for taking over the bar and Thursday night club nights.
- Charlie Hendey for works in the change rooms and kitchen.
- Alan Kitto for his ongoing support with maintenance, coaching and mentoring.
- Most Successful Senior Male- Oliver Marsden
- Most Successful Senior Female- Ciona Wilson
- Most Successful U23 Male- Henry Youl
- Most Successful U23 Female- Caitlin Bloomfield
- Most Successful U21 Male- Hugh McShane
- Most Successful U19 Male- Braidyn Dawe-Wright
- Most Successful Masters Male- Paul Francis
- Most Improved Masters Male- Peter Clutterbuck
- Most Conscientious Master- Maree Coulson
- Most Successful Masters Female- Narelle Hayes
- Most Improved Masters Female- Catriona Nicholls
- Most Successful Coxswain- Josie Robertson
- Most Conscientious Rower- John McKenzie
- Club Supporter of the Year- Chris Symons
- Dedication to Coaching- Rob Breier
- Merv Green Perpetual Trophy- Alan Kitto
- Lewis Hendey Award- Ciona Wilson
Works around the club
- There has been some work undertaken to tidy up the riverbank in front of the club.
- We purchased the TIS boat for coaching when they upgraded.
- The Club Cafe has been up and running again, creating a great warming atmosphere on cold mornings after rowing.
- We have hosted members of the North Esk Club during their pontoon replacement.
In Conclusion, I would like to thank all the committee and the members for their support throughout the season. There are many, many little jobs that need to be done to keep the club going. If you are willing to take on anything, please do not hesitate to speak with a committee member. This helps take the pressure off others.
Presented 20th July 2017
2015 - 2016 Captains report
The 2015 – 2016 club season has seen continued success within the club at all levels.
At the time of writing this we have a large contingent of our Masters heading to Kawana Waters for the Australian Masters Championships. Due to the AGM being held before our presentation night, an appendix will be added highlighting results and club trophy recipients after the Annual Dinner on the 18th June.
With the establishment of the Trevallyn Kayak Club, unfortunately the club lost quite a few members but we have picked up members both in the masters and other senior ranks. The club is also looking forward to a swell in junior membership through the efforts of Jim Guy and Chris Symons and their helpers through the Tamar Rowing Academy.
This year we have not made any major capital purchases, as during the previous season the kitchen was completed and a boat purchase was made. In the forthcoming season one of the items of review within our strategic plan will be to carry out an audit of club equipment to ensure that member’s needs are being met.
Coach Ron Woods once again committed to training our senior level rowers and took on coaching Masters when he was available. Ron has not stopped coaching since the 2015 Nationals. He has also looked after other oarspeople holding block memberships. His squad began extra time both on the water and ergo time last September and this continued through the season right up to the Australian Nationals in March 2016. On behalf of the club I would like to thank Ron for the many hours he has put in. It is recognised not only by our club but by others, that Tamar is very lucky to have a coach of his calibre.
State Championship results 2015-16
- Men’s U23 2x Henry Youl and Oliver Marsden ,
- Women’s U23 1x Caitlin Bloomfield ,
- Men’s U23 4- Oliver Marsden, Henry Youl, Mitch Digney, John McKenzie.
- Senior 8 Cox Dominic Hancock, Henry Youl, John McKenzie, Brendan Longman, Matthew Wyton, Ali Foot, Mitchell Digney, Oliver Marsden and Ben Francey ( Members Alister Foot & Brendon Longman trained out of Hobart during the season, and Matt Wyton trained with them regularly due to work commitments in the south.)
- U23 1x Henry Youl,
- LW 1x Oliver Marsden
- Men’s U23 4x Oliver Marsden, Henry Youl, Mitch Digney, John McKenzie
Australian National Rowing Championships- March.
- Coach Ron Woods,
- Henry Youl - 2nd in the U23-4X , 3rd in the U 23 2X, 5th in the U23X,
- Oli Marsden - 5th in the OML8, 4th in the U23 ML4X, 8th in the LW1X, represented the state coming 6th in the Penrith Cup.
- Ali Foot - 4th in the OM4X, 5th in the OML8, represented the state coming 6th in the Penrith Cup.
- Caitlyn Bloomfield - 2nd in the U21 LW 1X, 3rd in the U23- LWW 2X, 3rd in the U23 LWW 4X, 3rd in the OLW4X and represented the state coming 3rd in the LW4X
- Ciona Wilson - 2nd in the SW 1X B final, 3rd in the SW 4X, 6th in the SW 2X, represented the state coming 6th as the Interstate WX1.
- Dominic Hancock - Cox of the Open LWM8.
Henry Youl and Caitlyn Bloomfield were invited to trial for the Australian U23 and the Trans Tasman U21 teams respectively. The trials this year were particularly gruelling and although unsuccessful in the final selection, their efforts did not go unnoticed and they did their club and themselves proud.
- Tamar masters have enjoyed success throughout the season due to their commitment, friendly rivalry and Tamar spirit.
- Particular mention should be made of Paul Francis and Richard Norton who were selected to trial for the Masters State Quad. Unfortunately they did not meet the qualification time but they certainly gave it their best.
- Narelle Hayes, Maree Coulson and Neroli Ellis were successful in their bid for selection in the Tasmanian Masters Women’s Eight, and their boat achieved the qualifying time to be entered.
I would also like to mention and thank other coaches who unfailing give generously of their time and experience. Alan Kitto coached and assisted our Masters women. Will Calvert introduced new members and coached Tom and Steve. Jim Guy and Chris Symons for developing the Tamar Rowing Academy, and Ross Gregory looked after and coached a large group of Masters. Our thanks go to the coaches for their dedication through the year.
There are several people who work tirelessly behind the scenes-
- Once again thank you David MacFarlane for his ongoing efforts around boat repairs - he has kept the fleet in sound condition.
- Thanks to Andrew Calvert for his chairmanship and organising the sheep sheds that combined with other functions, help with the ever required fundraising to support club improvements.
- Chris Symons for towing the boats and looking after the club towing assets.
- Jim and Elaine Guy (treasurer) both filling critical administration roles within the club.
- Ciona Wilson for being a pivotal support in boat loading.
- A big thank you to everybody who supported our 2 main fundraisers – sheep poo sales, barbeque and cafe at LBI during the pennant season.
- Jane Hawkeswood for coordinating the LBI commitments.
- Thank you also goes to the Tas Rowing Council. In particular Jim Gibson, Rob Prescott, Grant Prior, Ken Davey and Anthony Edwards for their ongoing advice and support to the club.
Works around the club.
- There is ongoing investigation and work improving the river bank in front of the club.
- Repairs have been done to the guttering at the north of the clubrooms and hopefully this will stop the function room flooding.
In conclusion, I would like to thank all the committee and the members for their support throughout the season. I would like to encourage you all not to hesitate and to take on some of the various roles within the club to assist with day to day operations to help keep Tamar ticking along!
2014-2015 Captains report
The 2014 – 2015 club season has been a very exciting one.
Racing for the session commenced in October with the Courtney Shield and Boags 11 Long Distance Regatta. State Pennant regattas got underway in October with our younger high development squad attending both SP1 and SP2 at Franklin. We had excellent club participation at all other State Pennant Regattas, culminating with great success at the State Championships in February.
State Championship winners 2014/15
- Women’s U21 Single Caitlin Bloomfield
- Men’s U 21 Single Henry Youl.
- Men’s U21 2X Oliver Cook (b) Henry Youl (str)
- Men’s U23 4- Oliver Cook (b) Oli Marsden (2) Mitch Digney (3) Henry Youl (str)
- Men’s U 23 4X Oliver Marsden (b)Mitch Digney (2) Oliver Cook(3) Henry Youl (str)
- Men’s Senior 8 Matt Wyton, Oliver Marsden, Ali Foot, Oliver Cook, Mitch Digney, Brendan Longman, John McKenzie, Henry Youl (str) Cox - Josie Robertson
- Men’s Senior 4- Ali Foot (b) , Brendan Longman (2) Mitch Digney(3), Henry Youl (str)
- Men’s Senior 4X Brendan Longman (b) Mitch Digney (2) Oliver Cook (3), Henry Youl (str)
We had good club representation at the NSW Championships in February and then the Australian Nationals and Interstate Regatta in March where medals were won and a lot was learnt by all the competitors enabling them to set new goals for the forthcoming season.
Australian Nationals and Interstate Regatta ( Penrith)
- U 21 Men’s Single Henry Youl (Gold)
- U21 Lightweight Women’s Single Caitlin Bloomfield (Silver)
- U23 Lightweight Men’s Single Oliver Cook (Gold)
- Others who competed at National Championships:
- Ciona Wilson, Brendan Longman, John McKenzie, Josie Robertson ( Cox)
The Trans Tasman Challenge Australia/New Zealand
- U21 Men Henry Youl, Oliver Cook
- U21 Women’s Lightweight Caitlin Bloomfield
Tamar’s great success on the water is the direct result of the efforts of our dedicated coaches. Our sincere thanks go to Ron Woods, who was assisted by the TIS coach Anthony Edwards. Thank you also to David McFarlane, Ross Gregory and John Hewitt. A special mention goes to Alan Kitto. After years of coaching at the Tamar Rowing Club he is still turning out winning and competitive crews. I should also mention the support we have received from Rob Prescott –State Development Officer for Rowing Tasmania.
One of the great strengths of the Tamar Rowing Club is the unsung heroes who do the jobs around the club that few people realize are being done. Some examples, although not a comprehensive list are:
Alan Kitto for keeping the rubbish bins emptied and doing the wheelie bin run and often cleaning the pontoons.
Tim Foley was challenged when controlling the weeds around the edges of the club but with persistence succeeded in killing them.
Chris (Bush) Symons, thanks for running the bar and towing the boat trailer.
Jim Guy for organizing Tamar Master’s Regatta and showcasing the club and our renowned clubmanship.
David McFarlane, what a man!! David has spent hundreds of hours fixing boats and equipment. David made sure all boats being used either by our high performance rowers or the masters were repaired and remained usable.
Thanks also to everybody else who maintained and repaired the fleet. We cannot overlook Bob Mason who has given us priority when we have needed urgent attention for larger damages.
A big thanks to Stu Sayer for his ongoing support by printing TRC stickers, giving us printer logos and his ongoing encouragement - we wish him all the best.
Alan Weeding and Kim Wilson for maintaining the momentum for the kitchen upgrade.
I would like to make a special mention to those people did their part in keeping the change rooms and gym room looking so good and would encourage those who have not contributed to get on board and do their share. Thanks anyone who took the initiative for mowing the grass so the grounds always look good through the season. This is not a complete list as there are many more members who add to the smooth running of our club. My apologies if I have failed to mention your efforts.
We do recognize the need to update other boats as the only boat purchased since the last AGM was the Coxless Four named in appreciation of the efforts of Elaine Guy. The committee will revisit the club’s Strategic Plan and work towards the goals initiated by the club members.
We have only had one working bee and this is evident in the condition of the boat shed so I plan to allocate areas of responsibility for various groups. This may include the responsibility of keeping the Gym and boat bay 3 clean and tidy, looking after the middle bay and trimming the trees along the river bank, looking after bay 1 and assisting with the main function area. Once again club members will be nominated a date on rosters to clean the change rooms and also help run the bar on a Thursday night.
I’m very lucky to have been the Captain of the Club for my second year. I have enjoyed the challenge. The last twelve months has been full of highlights and I will leave others to talk about our many wins and achievements. My job as Captain has been made easier because of the many willing helpers, and I especially wish to acknowledge the members of the Committee.
Over all it has been a successful year and I look forward to the 2015 – 2016 season.
2013-2014 Captains report
Rowing in the 2013 – 2014 club season was a busy and productive year.
The coaching was based on three levels. Ron Woods was in charge of our senior members, John Hewitt and Chris Symons in charge of the junior women. Alan Kitto, Will Calvert, Jim Guy, and Ross Gregory looked after and coached a large group of masters women and David McFarlane assisted with the masters men. Our thanks go to the coaches for their dedication throughout the year.
I make a special mention to the efforts made by Ron Woods who started training in July with a large squad that trained on the water in the morning and weight sessions of an evening. In September the squad began to add extra time both on the water and ergo time, this continued through the rest of the season right up to the Australian Nationals in March. This was a huge commitment and we appreciate Ron’s hard work and reliability on and off the water.
We welcomed oarsmen / women from other clubs joining Tamar for this season. Darren Purcell and Nick Silcox from Toowong (Queensland) , Maegan Thompson from Swans (Western Aust), Brendon Longman, Michael Breir and Alex Murphy from ANA (Western Aust).
Australian coach Brett Crow coached loyal Tamar oarsmen Ali Foot and Blair Tunevitsch who teamed up with Darren Purcell and Nick Silcox (who registered to become Tamar oarsmen for the year) training out of Hobart.
Teaming up with some of Ron’s senior squad, Tamar was able to put together a very competitive senior men’s 8 on the water throughout the season and become a force to be reckoned with taking out the Senior men’s 8 State Championships. The crew were Henry Youl, John McKenzie, Brendon Longman, Oli Cook, Matt Wyton, Ali Foot, Darren Purcell, Nick Silcox and were Coxed by Alice Matson .
John Hewitt encouraged a younger group of girls that he introduced to the club environment after competing for their school. This group trained together competing in sculls, pairs, quads and fours, combining with our more experienced oarswomen to be successful in several state championships.
Through dedication and commitment by the athletes’, State Championships were won for the following events-
- Senior Men’s 4- ( Henry Youl, John McKenzie, Ali Foot and Darren Purcell) ,
- Women’s U23 2- (Ciona Wilson and Maegan Thompson)
- Women’s U23 2x (Ciona Wilson and Maegan Thompson)
- Women’s U23 4- (Ciona Wilson, Maegan Thompson, Alice Matson and Alena Rodriguez)
- Women’s U23 4x (Ciona Wilson, Maegan Thompson, Alice Matson and Larissa Storey)
- Senior Men’s 2x (Oli Cook with Huon oarsman Toby Pitt)
- Senior Men’s 2- (Nick Silcox, Darren Purcell)
After the Tasmanian championships the squad participated at the Australian National Championships consisting of Coach Ron Woods, Oli Cook, John Mackenzie, Henry Youl, Brendan Longman, Ciona Wilson, Alice Matson, Maegan Thompson, Ali Foot, Darren Purcell and Nick Silcox.
- Oli Cook- Gold U23 LM1x, Silver U23 LM2X & Bronze in the Interstate Penrith Cup (LM4-)
- Ciona Wilson and Maegan Thompson- Bronze U23 W8
- Brendan Longman- Bronze Open LM4-
- Ali Foot- senior LW 2-, Bronze in the Interstate Penrith Cup (LM4-)
- Other interstate representation - Henry Youl and John McKenzie in the Men’s Youth Eight and Ciona Wilson in the Queens Cup
From the National selection trials Australian Representation has been awarded to Ali Foot, Blair Tunevitsch, along with team mates Darren Purcell and Nick Silcox. Oli Cook has represented Australia in the Trans Tasman team in the U21s.
There was a good contingent of Masters that travelled to Adelaide for The Australian Masters and produced some fantastic results-
- Marie Spencer coxMH4x bronze
- Cath Lorenz coxed ME4 silver + fastest club crew Gold
- Paul Francis ME4 silver + fastest club crew Gold, mixed 8 bronze
- Alan Kitto MH4 bronze, MH2x Silver
- Richard Norton ME4 silver + fastest club crew Gold, Mixed 8 bronze,
- Andrew Calvert E4+ silver + fastest club crew Gold, Mixed 8 bronze
- Fenton Jones E4 silver + fastest club crew Gold, Mixed 8 bronze
- Helen Foley, Kate Calvert, Maree Coulson, Narelle Hayes,
A smaller group of masters went and competed in Italy for the world Masters. Competing on a world stage showed our masters can compete with the best of them. The medal tally does not include the great efforts made to get into semi-finals and finals.
- Alan Kitto MH8 gold, Mixed G 8 Gold, MH 4- silver, Mixed GQ4- Bronze
- Andrew Calvert reached 5 finals
- Kate Calvert G8 Gold
- Helen Foley WG 8 Gold, Mixed G8 Gold, WG4+ Gold, Mixed GQ4- Bronze
- Marie Spencer G8 Gold
- Chris Symons
- Pauline Winwood Mixed G8 Gold
A special thanks to several people who work tirelessly behind the scenes-
- David MacFarlane for his ongoing efforts for the boat repairs as has kept the fleet in sound condition
- Andrew Calvert for organising the sheep sheds that combined with other functions help with the ever required fundraising required to support club improvements
- Chris Symons for towing the boats to state and national events
- The Tas Rowing Council, in particular Jim Gibson, Rob Prescott, Grant Prior, Ken Davey and Anthony Edwards for their ongoing advice and support to the club
- To all the committee for their support during the past season.
Winter is supposed to be the ‘down time’ for the year but there is plenty of training going on at the moment and we look forward to another enjoyable season ahead.
Results of recent silt-raking!!
Tamar enjoys another great season 2012/13
The club has had another great season with increased membership and excellent results.
Boags 11 AND Courtney Shield
The Club performed brilliantly at this seasons Boags 11 and Courtney Shield.
Our Mens 8 of Sam, Ali, George, Mischa, Matt, Brendan, Blair and Lewis, coxed by Maddie were fastest overall and set a course record.
Our Men’s Masters 8 of Alan, Dave, Fento, Richo, Andrew, Nick, Willy and Paul coxed by Morrie were first across the line.
In the quad we had Cath, Steph,Sharon and Jane, coxed by Morrie, while Lewis, Ciona, Mischa and Blair coxed by Maddie were fastest overall and set a course record.
Our Men’s Masters 4 of Andrew, Fento, Willy and Richo coxed by Morrie won the Courtney Shield.
Brendan, Sam, Rod and George had the fastest time.
The Club has enjoyed Seven (7) state championships, three (3) of our members have been named in Australian crews for the upcoming world cup at Penrith in March, In addition we have had our rowers competing in crews rowing at the youth Olympics at Penrith earlier this year and a number nominated in representative crews for the upcoming Australian Championships. ( Details below).
In addition under the guidance of coach Chris Symons the Lilydale District High School has had two of its students Larissa Storey and Molly Dyer learn to row this year and have competed very well.
In our Masters area our men have been very competitive in all classes of boats and have won all of their masters VIII races this season .They competed very successfully at the” Head of the Yarra “coming Third in their age group in 34 degrees heat..
Our lady masters have formed four new quad scull crews in addition to our existing crews and all are really enjoying their rowing and are bringing great enthusiasm to the club.
Thanks are given to all coaches involved for their time and effort.
Our senior crews under the guidance of Ron Woods, Ken Davey have been doing excellent work with our crews (hence the 7 State Championships at last weekend’s regatta). A number of very close second places were also achieved)
It is also pleasing to see that our coaches are so well respected that a number of rowers from the south of the state, (who are currently attending the University in Launceston) have chosen to train with us.
In addition two lightweight rowers have flown in from Western Australia, for our State Championships and other regatta’s, they stayed and were coached by Ron Wood’s and are greatly appreciating the club’s support.
(A) The following are the 7 Championships won by Tamar at the Tasmanian Championships 2013
CMLWT1X- : Blair Tunevitsch
CM2- : Blair Tunevitsch , Ali Foot
C4X- : Mischa Tunevitsch, Blair Tunevitsch , Lewis Hendy, Matt Wyton.
CMU19 1X : Oliver Cook
CMU192- : Henry Youl, Oliver Cook
WS2- : Ciona Wilson (Tamar), Lucy Jordan ( BRC)CMS4X- : Lewis Hendy, Mischa Tunevitsch, Ali Foot, Blair Tunevitsch
CM2X- : Blair Tunevitsch, Ali Foot.
(B) List of selected Tamar representatives for national and international events 2013.
Australian Crew Senior A LTWT 4 for World Cup at Penrith SIRRC: Blair Tunevitsch, Ali Foot
Australian Senior 8 Squad for World Cup: George Ellis.
Tasmanian Penrith Cup LTWT 4 : Blair Tunevitsch, Ali Foot, Sam Hall ( Squad)
Tasmanian women’s LTWT quad : Monique Clark ( Squad)
Kings Cup Eight: George Ellis, Mischa Tunevitsch, Matt Wyton, Lewis Hendey
Women’s 8 Squad: Ciona Wilson, Monique Clark
(C) Youth Olympics
Ken Davey ( Coach), Monique Clark, Alice Matson, Rebecca Matson