St. Neots Rowing Club launched their season with a successful start at the Isle of Ely Head race. Securing several victories and delivering impressive performances, the club celebrated wins in the women's coxless four, a o
The 1st of October 2023 transitioned us from the summer regatta season to the autumnal head race season and marked the successful return of St Neots Small Boats Head Race after several years.
There were two course o
Rowers from across the country descended on the River Ouse on the 22nd and 23rd July for the St Neots Rowing Club Regatta. A weekend that saw crews from 31 clubs competing in almost 400 races.
St Neots racing started
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
Juniors’ race report - written by Molly
The Junior Squad had four entries in the Peterborough Spring Regatta on 3rd June 2023, for half of the team it was their first regatta since joining through the Learn to Row in
There were four entries from the Senior Men’s Competitive squad for Bedford Spring Fours and Small Boats Head on the 2nd April, a day of racing which started cloudy but brightened in the afternoon.
There was a very qu
After months of training as a crew, on Saturday 4th March, St Neots Rowing Club sent an eight to compete at the Women’s Head of the River Race on the Thames.
The rowers and their boat were kindly hosted
St Neots Rowing Club entered five boats into the Head of the Nene on 4th February, across three different divisions. The weather was thankfully dry but with a strong headwind which Bradley from the Men’s 4- would later g
Six crews from St Neots Rowing Club raced in Ely last weekend for their Head of the River Race and despite a cold and rainy day performed well on the 5km race course; home to the Cambridge University Blues.
Huw Jarman won the band two open men’s singles category on Saturday’s 1,000m course, overpowering his Sheffield opponent by just over two lengths. Then he teamed up with Matt Farley, from Bedford Rowing Club, for Sunda