On Saturday the 8th of February St Neots Rowing Club were proud to welcome the novice squads from West Norfolk and Isle of Ely for the final leg of the three-leg league of the Charles Stanley Cup.
St Neots Rowing Club has smart new signs and a new name for its boathouse, in honour of a much-loved member who passed away in 2018.
The new signs, which display the club name and crest, replace those erected when the
St Neots rowers had lots to celebrate at their home regatta this year after chalking up seven incredible wins. They included first-timers, juniors, old-hands and some nail-biting finishes that thrilled crowds braving rainy
Two crews from St Neots Rowing Club have completed one of the sport’s toughest challenges – the Ringvaart 100km marathon in Holland.
The men’s quad of Dave Cullen, Kieron Marriner, Karl Zwetsloot and Richard B
It’s not often that rowing and religion join together, but that’s exactly what happened when a forward-thinking vicar wanted to draw more people to his Easter services.
Tim Robb, the vicar at St Mary’s Church in E
The first ever Head of the East took place at St Neots Rowing Club on Sunday 3 March.
This brand new event on the rowing calendar attracted 16 clubs and 124 crews from all corners of East Anglia and London. It was o
St Neots Rowing Club said goodbye to two of its longest-serving and most valued members in 2018: Eileen Davies and Chris Leaf.
29 August 1946 to 17 February 2018
Eileen was instrumental in deve
St Neots Rowing Club was celebrating four fantastic wins at the end of its annual head race this year.
Huw Jarman secured top spot in the open band one single sculls category with an impressive time of 10 mins 24 se
Peterborough has provided rich pickings for St Neots rowers this year. Our ladies eight crew stormed to victory at this year’s Peterborough Spring Regatta, and we had multiple winners at the city’s two-day summer r
It was a case of survival of the fittest at St Neots Regatta 2018, as strong winds and heavy rain made conditions extremely difficult. Racing had to be suspended at one point when a large tent was blown on to