Fours Head and Veteran Fours Head
The club was well represented over a challenging weekend of tideway racing, with pennants won on both days.
At Saturday's Fours Head the Senior Men claimed both the Senior 4- (Adam Ridler, Stuart Heap, Tim Male and Adam Lodygowski) and IM1 4+ pennants (Bill Fields, Fred Gill, Eddie Beckett, Murray Wilkojc and cox Jonna De Vries), and were also second in Elite 4x. The Senior Women, meanwhile, showed their growing strenght in depth, with the WSenior 4- the third-fastest women's boat overall, and second in their category, s well as a second place in WIM2 4+ and third in both WIM1 4+ and 4-.
Then, on Sunday, there were was a win in Women's Masters E 4x (Ann-Isabel Walker, Jo Al-Janabi, Kasia Lawrence and Katie Robins), as well as for a Masters H 4x composite (Raymond Tollman and Michael Tebay, with Andy Kapica (Kingston) and Quintin's Dick Findlay).
Kingston Small Boats Head
Racing in glorious sunshine on the last day of October, the club had a very successful day upriver at Kingston.
In the morning division, Stefan and Oli had an excellent scull to win J16 2x, and Marcus also had a very good win in Junior 1x. The Senior Women, meanwhile, had two wins - Andrea Finn, Kate Grose, Judith Schulz and Rhona MacCallum in WIM2 4-, and Caroline Matthews, Rowi Mortimer, Livs Uguz and Elaine Johnstone, coxed by Sarah Davies, in WIM2 4+ - and a second place for the WIM2 4x.
Then, racing in Division 2, Laurence had an absolutely fantastic scull to win J16 1x by ten seconds. Meg won WIM2 1x, and the club also claimed the WIM3 2x pennant.
British Rowing Senior Championships
Alan Campbell won bronze, racing in a TSS/Agecroft/Borlase quad.