As the new school year begins we are saying goodbye and good luck to a number of our junior squad who are moving on to their next stage of education. I took the opportunity to speak to two of these junior athletes when w
Celebrating an amazing 150 years as a rowing club, St Neots Rowing Club which is located on the River Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire has just hosted over 1,500 rowers from 56 different rowing clubs for the annual St Neot
Two St Neots Rowing Club junior members made the 300 mile journey north to take part in the British Rowing Junior Championships in Strathclyde near Glasgow on the weekend of July 18th- 19th. The event which is conteste
Following a long club tradition, Karl Zwetsloot (above) and Trevor Rickwood, who successfully lost their novice status in a double at St Ives Regatta at the weekend both got a dunking in the river. The pa
With 2015 regatta season in full swing, the summer solstice weekend of June 20 and 21 was a busy one for St Neots Rowing Club as club members took part in the St Ives Regatta, the Marlow Regatta and the Henley Women
In March the Club's new bar manager Kieron took over running the club facility so we asked him to tell us about his role, experience and plans for the future.
I joined this club to meet new people and experience a s
The final weekend of May 2015 saw three crews from St Neots Rowing club heading up the A1 to join over 500 rowers representing clubs from all over the country at the Peterborough Spring Regatta. The outing proved succe
The bank holiday weekend at the end of May saw a selection of the competitive stream juniors from St Neots Rowing Club heading up to the National Watersports Centre in Nottingham for the biggest junior rowing event of th
The St Neots Rowing Club pairing of Josh Davies and Fergus Mitchell gave some well known rowing clubs a real fright with a stellar outing at the Wallingford Regatta which took place on the 2000m Olympic rowing lake at
As St Neots Rowing Club prepares to celebrate it’s 150th anniversary, John Martin who now lives in Cambridge fondly remembers taking part and winning a cup at the 100th anniversary event which was held back in 1965.