A cold sunny day, greeted the turc crews at Berwick. After some discussion about the best line and how the bridge looked pretty solid they headed on to the water, for the paddle up to the start. Some really good rowing by the three crews that entered saw the masters men’s quad of David L,
Good conditions greeted the rowers in the morning division, where there was some good racing by the men’s crews. The afternoon saw the women’s squad take to the water to race, in wet weather. An excellent row in the senior women tier 2 quad race saw Jill, Foxy, Sarah and Claire finish second. The masters
The third round of the Explore League was held at Berwick today. Our ladies crew put up a great fighting performanc, showing a determination and passion as they won two and lost two races. The senior ladies gave the young ladies a run for their money! The Bewick hospitality was exceptional. The crew drove home happy,
A big turn out of women saw us enter multiple events over the two day regatta. Races for masters were over 1000m and senior races 2000m. For some it was their first experience of a regatta and all the details that entailed. For others it was a chance to see where they were at in
The end the winter head season culminated in the Vesta Head of the River race on the River Thames. Run on the Championship course from Mortlake to Putney, it was a special way to end our season. The club sent a women’s masters D eight and a women’s masters B quad to the event. The
Worth the wait A misty start saw a delay to the start of proceedings on the Trent. When it finally got underway, the sun shone and it was a bright, warm day. In division 1 the women’s 8 competed against some strong opposition in the D category. They rowed strongly and were pleased with a
A sunny, but breezy day greeted Tyne Head. Our expanding squad sent out a masters B double and a masters D 8 for the morning division and a status 8 for the afternoon division. Conditions weren’t kind and unfortunately we all struggled with the wind. Onwards and upwards to Trent Head next weekend.
A busy day at TURC for the women’s squad, helping organise the day and competing. There was an excellent turn out of women and we fielded a masters D 8; a status T2 8; and two masters C quads, one each at T1 and T2. Sone solid performances, with the T1 quad just being pipped