Weybridge Silver Sculls

Five wins for the club's men at Weybridge Silver Sculls:
  • J14 1x Dom
  • J17 1x Marcus
  • MB 1x Tim Male
  • MD 1x Ben Bridger (tied for first place)
  • J17 2x Marcus and Luke

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Pairs Head

As always, the club was out in force at the first tideway head of the new season, with entries in senior, masters and junior events. The club will also be well represented at the prize-giving, with wins in six events:
  • Elite lightweight 2x Adam Lodygowski and Niall Kenny
  • WSenior 2- Kate Grose and Andrea Finn (TSS/Kingston composite)
  • IM1 2x Murray Wilkojc and Nick Marriott
  • WIM2 2- Anna Terry and Maxi Scibor-Rylska
  • WME 2x Jo Al-Janabi and Kasia Lawrence
  • MxMF 2x Mark Alloway and Ruth Bradbury (TSS/Parr's Priory composite)



World Rowing Masters Regatta

Racing at the World Rowing Masters Regatta in Hazewinkel, Pauline Peel and Helen Bloor (Nottingham RC) won their Women's D pairs event by seven hundredths of a second.

Dickie Clarke reports on the Veteran Men's races:

The Veteran Men entered an F coxed four of Mark Alloway, David Hickey, Dickie Clarke, Tim Sanders and cox Otto Rodd. We were fourth, with an Occoquan crew first, Quintin second, an international crew (but mostly from Port Marly, Paris) third. We were 4.62 seconds behind the winners and just 0.12 seconds behind the third-placed boat.

We also entered a composite G eight with Geoff Peel (Quintin), Tim Lincoln (Henley), Klaus Riekemann (Minerva Bath) and Tony Stokes (Broxbourne).  This crew came second by 4.55 seconds to an international composite crew from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
We had good rows in both races and felt that we had performed satisfactorily against a very high standard of opposition.

Start of Season

At the Special General Meeting held at the TSS boathouse on Sunday 13th September, Rhona MacCallum was elected club captain.

The meeting was followed by the naming of three double/pairs after club members Simon Suthers, James Dunley and Hugh Williams, as well as the relaunch of the Andy Ripley.

The day concluded with the Bernie Thompson Challenge Sculls, which was won by Adam Ridler. Pennants also went to Marcus (Junior), Ben Bridger (Veteran Men), Caroline Matthews (Women), Meg (Junior Women), and Kate Grose (Veteran Women).

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Safety Notice

Autumn river closures and other river events, September to December 2015. From the Notice to Mariners U15 of 2015.

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