Tasmanian rowers have raked in a stunning collection of medals after the second day of finals at the Sydney International Rowing Regatta in Penrith.
North Esk 19-year-old Jack Barrett led all comers, pocketing two golds thanks to a win in the under-21 men's single scull and a victory with Joseph Wilson in the under-21 men's double scull.
Fellow North Esk rower Connor Ryan was equally as impressive, joining forces with South Australian Oscar McGuinness for gold in the under-23 lightweight men's double scull before collecting silver in an open lightweight men's composite crew.
Bec Bye amplified her clubmates' success by fending off a field of 42 to win the under-19 women's single scull in 8:08.24 - three seconds clear of her nearest competitor.
"I was stoked - I've worked really hard and so has everyone from Tassie," the Launceston College student said.
"We've been training for this for close to a year, since early May last year we started training and really just trained and raced through summer until we got here on Saturday."
Bye then teamed up with Tasmania University Boat Club's Abbey Boutcher for bronze in the under-19 double scull.
Bronze medals also went to Scotch Oakburn in the under-19 coxed four and Tamar's Ally Wrigley, who teamed up with Queensland's Taylor McCarthy-Smith in the under-23 women's double scull.
Huon Rowing Club also enjoyed plenty of success with Georgia Nesbitt taking gold in the lightweight open women's scull and Sarah Hawe partnering with Adelaide's Molly Goodman to win silver in the open women's coxless pair.
Tasmania University Boat Club's Sam Mounter won the under-17 men's single scull.