Update : July 24, 2020
In 1963, we matriculate from SPHS and attended the last ever I.Sc.(A) at Leik Khone (Intermediate Collee of the University of Rngoon).
We joined RUBC.
- Willie Soe Maung (Myint Soe, Stroke)
- Kyaw Wynn (3)
- Hla Min (2)
- Maung Maung Kyi (Bow)
- Myint Thein (Cox)
Willy’s older brother is Ko Johnny Soe Maung (Tin Soe). His younger brothers (Nyunt Soe, Chit Soe) and sisters (Sally Soe, Mary Soe, …) are Burma Selected in Swimming.
Kyaw Wynn is a cousin of Ko Mya Maung, Ko Tin Htut, Ko Than Toe and Dat Pon Ko Sann Aung.
My uncle, four cousins, my brother and two nephews are Past Captain and Gold.
Maung Maung Kyi’s younger brothers — Maung Maung Khant and Maung Maung Thant — rowed for Ye Gyaung Lu Nge (Marine Youth) while they were studying at St. Paul’s High School.
Ko Myint Thein’s elder brother (Ko Myo Myint) is RUBC Gold (1962).
We were Runner Up for Senior Novices.
We were awarded Full Green.
Club Office Bearers for 1963 – 64
- Sithu U Tin (President)
- U Po Zon (Vice President)
- U Tha Htin (Vice President)
- Prof. William Paw (Vice President)
- Thaung Lwin (Captain)
- Myo Tin (Vice Captain)
- Tin Maung Lwin (1) (Secretary)
- Tin Maung Lwin (2) (Treasurer)
There are two Tin Maung Lwin.
The Secretary is the brother of Tin Maung Latt.
The Treasurer is also known as Kenneth Lwin.
RUBC 40th Anniversary Dinner
Sithu U Tin, U Po Zon and U Tin Htoon compiled the RUBC history and records for the Commemorative Issue of the 40th Anniversary of the founding of RUBC. Several Old Members reviewed and provided feedback.
Citing security concerns, the Annual Regatta was cancelled by higher authorities.
Sithu U Tin gave the go ahead for the Annual Dinner to celebrate the 40th Anniversary at a hotel in Kandawgyi.
The President’s Challenge Cup (filled with cocktail) was passed around.
With the cool breeze, at least one attendee passed out before saying “Easy Oars”.