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    The New Zealand women's lightweight double scull have gone two from two at this year's Rowing World Cup regattas

    The New Zealand women's lightweight double scull have gone two from two at this year's Rowing World Cup regattas


    Jackie Kiddle and Zoe McBride have won the "A" final in the Netherlands by almost six seconds.

    McBride says it was a fun race.



    The women's eight and Emma Twigg in the women's single scull have also won their A finals.

    Kerri Gowler and Grace Prendergast have taken silver in the women's pair to go with their gold from the eight, while Michael Brake and Tom Murray have won bronze in the men's pair, as have the men's eight.

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