We looked as though we would finish winless at our regatta this year – then three crews stormed to victory in quick succession as the weekend’s racing drew to a close.
Changeable conditions that included some fr
Our senior ladies were smiling as brightly as the weather after they won twice at this year’s sun-soaked Sudbury regatta.
Ali Brown, Marlene Taylor, Sarah Davies and Dionne Page scooped the Don Cooke Memorial Cup
St Neots Rowing Club is celebrating one of its best regattas ever after many of its members achieved debut victories.
Arguably the best performance came from Hannah Towns, who lost her novice status for both scullin
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
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
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
St Neots Rowing Club has just successfully hosted its very popular annual rowing regatta over the weekend. Blessed with glorious weather and ideal racing conditions, crews from 54 clubs descended on the tow
St Neots Rowing Club is in full swing preparing to host its forthcoming annual regatta this weekend for around 1,500 rowers. This popular event is the main fundraiser for the club and is very well supported by clubs from a
St Neots Rowing Club sent a large contingent of juniors and ladies to take part in Bedford Sprint Regatta on Sunday, and came away with 6 wins overall over the 660 metre sprint course. The weather was fair with occasional
A small contingent from St Neots Rowing Club took part in the recent Star Regatta on the Great Ouse in the heart of Bedford town centre. Club Captain Ali Young took the decision to mix things up a bit with the juniors and