|A FINAL||St Mary’s over Holy Rosary by 7.516 seconds|
|B FINAL||St Stithian’s over Somerset by 1 minute 15.055 seconds|
|C FINAL||Clarendon over PGRC by 55.750 seconds|
|D FINAL||St Andrew’s over Assumption by 40.281 seconds|
|E FINAL||Germiston over Madiba-a-Toloane by 6 minutes 24.929 seconds|
|F FINAL||Mbukamuzi over Thabang by 3 minutes 23.273 seconds|
|SPARES FINAL||Inland over Coastal by 29.502 seconds|
The Boat Race became so popular, so quickly, that soon there was pressure to introduce a similar event for girls’ schools, but since girls in South Africa did not row sweep-oar events, a Quad Race was introduced in 2001.
It remains an important goal for SASRU one day to introduce Girls’ Eights. As a first step toward this goal, “coxless pairs” events for girls were introduced into South African regattas in 2004. We hope that before many years elapse there will be a proper Boat Race for girls – in eights!!!
Trophies are presented to the winning crew and the runners-up in the A-final. Gold, silver and bronze medals are presented to the three top-placed crews.
Notes: 1 - Held in cape Town