Months of winter training have paid dividends for our senior ladies, beginners and juniors, who have all enjoyed spring success on the water.
The ladies finished 131st out of 300 crews at the Women’s Head of the R
St Neots Round Table has presented our club with a cheque for almost £300.
The money was raised in December, when Round Table members guided Santa on his sleigh around the town to raise money for good causes. They were
St Neots Rowing Club’s newest member, Jim Farrell, entered his first race for 15 years – and won!
Jim (60) joined the club in August, after spending the past few years living overseas. A regular rower in his you
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
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
The senior men’s eight crew at St Neots Rowing Club made history this week (on Wednesday 29 June) when it competed at the world-famous Henley Royal Regatta.
There are no records of a men’s eight from the club ever
Four crews travelled to Peterborough on 5 June to compete at the Peterborough Spring Regatta, taking on clubs and universities on the one-kilometre rowing lake.
The day started with our WNov 4+ of Ali Young (cox), T
St Neots Rowing Club duo Louise Shorten and Olivia Hooper put in a strong performance at the National Schools’ Regatta on Sunday 29 May. Competing for the last time at the annual event in what is arguably the most diffic
Members past, present, young and old gathered at the club recently for a special and poignant boat naming ceremony. Two singles and a coxed four were doused in Champagne as their names were revealed: one to mark a club