G. E. Radford
Cartierville Boating Club
 
 
1919
 
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
BALMY BEACH (2)
NORTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
OTTAWA-NEW EDINBURGH (13)
WESTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
PARKDALE (1)
EASTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
GRAND TRUNK (8)
DOMINION DAY CHAMPIONS
BALMY BEACH (1)
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS August 2
1919 Book of Champions Medalists
St. John's, QC; Richelieu River; St. John's Yacht Club
# Club Pts
1
BALMY BEACH (2) 20
2
PARKDALE 13
2
OTTAWA-NEW EDINBURGH 13

4
Toronto 9
5
Grand Trunk 3
6
Chateauguay 2
6
Lachine Rowing 2
6
Rideau 2
9
Carleton Place 1
9
St. Lambert 1
Toronto World, Aug 4, 1919
Ottawa Journal, Aug 4, 1919
"100 Years of Champions" and the Toronto World credits second place in the [event] to Parkdale, whereas the Ottawa Journal credits Toronto (completely different names). Since they are Toronto clubs, I am inclined to go with the Toronto article.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIVISIONAL TITLE
# Division Pts
1 Western 42
2 Northern 16
3 Eastern 8
DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
NORTHERN DIVISION July 26
Ottawa, ON, Ottawa River; Ottawa-New Edinburgh CC
# Club Pts  
1
Ottawa-New Edinburgh (13) 29
2
Rideau 22
3
Carleton Place 12
4
Britannia 2
Ottawa Journal, July 28, 1919
WESTERN DIVISION July 26
Toronto, ON, Humber Bay; Parkdale Canoe Club
# Club Pts  
1
Parkdale (1) 25
2
Balmy Beach 22
3
Toronto 18
3
Island 1
Toronto World, July 28, 1919
EASTERN DIVISION July 19
Montreal, QC, Lac St-Louis; Lachine Rowing C.C.
# Club Pts
1
Grand Trunk (8) 21
2
St. Lambert 18
3
Lachine Rowing 11
4
Chateauguay 8
5
Longueuil 5
6
Cartierville 2
7
St. John's YC 1
Montreal Gazette, July 21, 1919
* The Lachine Boating Club formed two disciplines (Rowing and Racing) upon revival in 1919. Both disciplines competed in CCA regattas and used the same LBC penant.
DOMINION DAY REGATTA July 1
# Club Pts
Toronto, ON, Hanlan's Bay, DDRA
1
Balmy Beach (1) 15
2
Toronto 13
3
Parkdale 9
       
Toronto World, July 2, 1919
 
Below are the points when tabulated from the Toronto World and "100 Years of Champions."
Below are the points when tabulated from the Ottawa Journal and the CCA Annual Review (pictured). What is unclear is how 3 points went to Toronto instead of Parkdale when the winning crews match.