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Dragon boat crews fire at regatta

Paddle power: Competitors take to the water during the Titivators Club’s annual regatta on the Kalang River.
Paddle power: Competitors take to the water during the Titivators Club’s annual regatta on the Kalang River. Trevor Veale

PADDLE power ruled on the Kalang River at Urunga yesterday when the Titivators’ annual community and sporting regatta took to the water.

Run with the help of Dragon Boats New South Wales, the regatta drew teams from Taree to Ballina and was blessed with glorious sunshine for the morning session and an outgoing tide for the finals.

The host Titivators Club not only put on a great event, which attracted about 1000 paddlers and spectators, but also proved one of the strongest teams throughout the 26-race competition.



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