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Head of the Trent - 25th February

The women scored a fantastic win at the Nottingham Head of the Trent in the women's coxed fours. The crew consisted of Jayne Morris, Rachel Coowar, Heather Brown, Amy Walker and cox Niamh Rigby. The girls rowed superbly in bright but very cold conditions, to record the fastest time of the day in the W4+ category.

Their coach Chris Radford, was very understandably chuffed to bits with their performance.

Thanks to Chris for towing.
Results...

Northampton Head of the Nene - 20th January

This year the event was attended by 17 rowing clubs from around the Midlands and Thames Valley with 182 crews being entered.

Milton Keynes ensured it was their name on the new fastest boat trophy with their 8+ finishing in a time of 5:47, less than 4 seconds short of the course record.

The Victor Ludorum trophy was won by Wallingford who amassed an impressive 9 wins, just pipping Milton Keynes RC and Stratford Upon Avon BC who each won 8 events. Northampton recorded 4 wins: -

  • B3.1x - Adam Boix
  • 4x- - Nick Woodward, Tom Tinnant, Jon Coowar and Liam Barford
  • W.4+ - Jayne Morris, Rachel Coowar, Heather Brown, Jaimie Hodgkinson and cox, Niamh Rigby
  • B2.W.1x - Lisa Dobson

Captain Rachel Coowar said "Yet again we've ran a succesful event. Thanks to all of those that entered and to all of the volunteers for making it a success".

See the head results here..

Star New Year Head - 14th January

Two masters entries kicked off the first competition of the year for NRC at the Star New Year Head. Ian Townsend and Chris Sentance sculling in the handicapped B/D 2x category secured a fine win in a time of 8:10.

Giles Mooney also impressed in the Mas.C singles category.

Coach Ben Welburn was pleased with both perfomances. "The guys are working hard in training so this is some good reward. There is still plenty of room for improvement however".

Thanks to Ian for towing.
Results...


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