Ireland qualified for six boats in Sunday’s rowing final in Italy

Ireland qualified for six boats in Sunday's rowing final in Italy

Six teams have qualified for the finals of the European Rowing Championships in Italy on Sunday. The team added two more of the four who qualified earlier on Friday. The women’s lightweight doubles and men’s lightweight double skull also qualified for Saturday’s final.

The men will compete in the final Double B final and the final C in the men’s singles tournament.

In the women’s lightweight doubles A / B semi-finals, she finished second in the A / B semi-finals. The Irish team fought hard and finished second in the Russian boat behind the Italian boat. 07: 14.44 seconds.

In the men’s lightweight doubles, defending world champions Paul O’Donoghue and Finland McCarthy advanced to the semi – finals. From the start of the match, they outscored the Italian team with a time of 06: 22.74 to move up to first place, which was the best time for the 12 teams in the two semifinals.

Irish duo Philip Doyle and Ronan Byrne will finish sixth in the A / B semi-finals and advance to the B final on Sunday. 06: 21.38 They completed it in time.

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