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1868-1968

The 1968 Men's Maiden Eight, as mentioned in "The Poppet" newsletter. Cox was Terry Scook, stroke D Ninham, seven R Spurling, six Jim Booker, five R House (who couldn’t make the shoot on the day and his face was photoshopped in!), four R Hambley, three R Webber, two G Power and bow D Hunt. The photograph was sent to WARC by the six seat Jim Booker, who recalls Terry’s favourite call was “Long and drive, six and five” which, unfortunately, rhymed and he sounded a little like a broken record.

The 1968 Men's Maiden Eight, as mentioned in "The Poppet" newsletter. Cox was Terry Scook, stroke D Ninham, seven R Spurling, six Jim Booker, five R House (who couldn’t make the shoot on the day and his face was photoshopped in!), four R Hambley, three R Webber, two G Power and bow D Hunt. The photograph was sent to WARC by the six seat Jim Booker, who recalls Terry’s favourite call was “Long and drive, six and five” which, unfortunately, rhymed and he sounded a little like a broken record.

1940s: The following photographs were sent to WARC by Wilton Gardiner, whose father had rowed at WARC. The sinking boat is the Tasmanian Kings Cup eight which competed in the event when it was held in Perth. That's also the pic taken from Kings Park where you can see eights traversing the Swan.