Photograph: Alan Betson

Injured Sinead Jennings to miss final Ireland trial

Claire Lambe and Denise Walsh of Ireland have been at a training camp at Varese in Italy. Photograph: Getty Images.

Trinity and NUIG to square up at Enniskillen event

Sinéad Jennings injury means the possibility of forming a lightweight double gets kicked forward until the final trial in March

Sinéad Jennings set a world-class mark of 272 on the Wattbike in Limerick. Photograph: Marie-Therese Garvey.

Competition keen for places in lightweight women’s double

 Genevra Stone competing in the women’s single sculls quarter-final  during the London 2012 Olympic Games, at Eton Dorney Rowing Centre. Photo: Damien Meyer/AFP/Getty

Olympian will be part of a huge entry on Saturday week at the University of Limerick

Kotie O’Brien: she does seven training sessions a week, combining it with studying for her Leaving Cert

Young pararower Katie O’Brien seeks new partner to try to compete in Rio

 Sanita Puspure: has been named Afloat Rower of the Year for 2014.  Photograph: William Cherry/Presseye/Inpho

Plan to have three overseas camps has been cut back to just one

 Sanita Puspure, who won bronze in the single sculls at the European Championships, was unable to compete in the trial due to injury. Photograph: Alan Betson

The 28-year-old finishes second behind Sinead Jennings in lightweight single sculls

Franciscus Goutier of the Netherlands (silver), Andrew Campbell Jr of the United States (gold) and Ireland’s Paul O’Donovan of Ireland (bronze) during the medal ceremony of the U-23 lightweight men’s single sculls at the 2013 World Rowing U- 23 Championships in Linz-Ottensheim, Austria.

Men’s lightweight double of Gary and Paul O’Donovan will draw particular scrutiny

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