St. Neots Rowing Club entered three boats into the 2023 Cambridge Rowing Association Town Bumps, one women’s and two men’s boats.
There was a great mix of experienced bumps rowers and first-time racers with good wea
The first two nights at the event were cancelled because of extreme summer temperatures, but our women’s first crew (W1) soon turned up the heat when racing finally began on the Wednesday. They made light work of chasing
This week will see four SNRC eights return to the Cam for the most intense week of racing on the Club’s calendar - the Cambridge Town Bumps.
Starting this Tuesday night, our crews will race each night fo
Our men’s first eight came within a whisker of claiming a historic Headship title at this year’s Cambridge Town Bumps. There was also success for our men’s second and ladies’ first eights, but it was a frustrat
St Neots Rowing Club won the John Jenner Trophy for a record fifth time at this year’s Cambridge Bumps, and remains the only club not based on the River Cam to have ever won it.
The trophy is awarded to the club t
St Neots Rowing Club crews have been busy competing over recent weeks in the run up to their prestigious two-day regatta this coming weekend.
Many of the junior squad and one senior took part in Bedford Rowing Club’s spr
St Neots Rowing Club’s bitter disappointment at having to cancel its regatta last weekend turned into immense jubilation when its three senior crews were successful at last week’s Cambridge Town Bumps. The club succes