About the Club

The Club's Boats

Magpie

Maker: Burgashell
Made in: unknown
Bought in: unknown

Magpie is one of two identical singles bought from Burgashell at the same time as the novice VIII, Titan and Hambleden. Bought together, the two singles were names as a pair and are named after the historic Trinity College debating society, Magpie and Stump.

[Complete list of boats]

Full results record

1997 - 1998

Fairbairn Junior Sculls: Lost to Richard Court - St. Catharine's (easily) in the quarter finals (Mike Orger)
Fairbairn Junior Sculls: Lost to Ed Pain - Jesus (easily) in the quarter finals (Jon Bevan)

1999 - 2000

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Shell): 13:22   5th (Earl)

2001 - 2002

St Neots Sprint (Novice 1x): Raced 3 rounds: Beat ? (3 lengths) in the final (JPD in his single scull)
St Neots Sprint (Senior4 1x): Beat ? (2 lengths) in the quarter finals and Lost to Star Club (2 or 3 lengths) in the semi finals (JPD in his single scull)

2002 - 2003

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Shell): 12:39   5th of 22 men's shells (JPD in his single scull)
2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Shell): 14:10   15th of 22 men's shells (Andrew Lea-Cox in his single scull)
RTT Regatta (Open 1x): Raced 3 rounds: Beat Mark Suret by 1 length in the plate final (JPD in his single scull)
RTT Regatta (Blade Swapping): Fell In in the final (JPD in his single scull)
RTT Regatta (Open 1x): Beat the Peckster (2 lengths) in the heats and Lost to Darcy (narrowly avoiding the easily verdict) in the quarter finals (SAT)
RTT Regatta (Open 1x): Lost to RTT (2 lengths) in the 1st round and Lost to Suret (Clare) in the plate 1st round (DJH in his single scull)
RTT Regatta (Open 1x): Beat Suret (2 lengths) in the 1st round and Lost to Rose (2 lengths) in the quarter finals (JWE)

2003 - 2004

Maiden Sculls: Lost to Emma's captain by 1+1/4 lengths in the 1st round (VLW in her single scull)
RTT Regatta (Open 1x): beat Glass by 1/2 length in the semi finals and lost to RTT by 8 inches in the final (JPD in his single scull)
RTT Regatta (Open 1x): Lost by 1/2 L in the 1st round (jmg in his single scull)

Number of events: 15
Total number of races: 24


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