About the Club

The Club's Boats

Stump

Maker: Burgashell
Made in: unknown
Bought in: unknown

Stump 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

1998 - 1999

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Ladies): 15:04   1st of 1 ladies' shell (Downing)

2002 - 2003

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Shell): 13:09   10th of 22 men's shells (JWE in his single scull)
2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Shell): 16:02   21st of 22 men's shells (Graham Sills in his single scull)

2003 - 2004

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Shell): 11:38   11th Men's Shell (Andrew Lea-Cox in Stump)
Maiden Sculls: Raced 3 rounds: Beat Geoff Roberts (Emma) by 1 3/4 Lengths in the final (AML in his single scull)
RTT Regatta (Open 1x): lost by 1 3/4l in the 1st round and won by default in the plate final (Salad Boy)

2004 - 2005

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Shell): 12:11   3rd out of 19 (beat top women's double too) (Graham Sills)
RTT Regatta (Blade Swapping): Success! in the qualifying (Lilie)
Maiden Sculls: Beat Ben Langford (Jesus) easily in the quarter finals and Lost to Colin Leonard (Pembroke) easily in the semi finals (TDC in his single scull)
Peterborough Sprint Regatta (Novice 1x): Went swimming in the heats (TDC in his single scull)
Peterborough Sprint Regatta (Senior 4 1x): 2nd in the heats and 3rd in the repecharge (TDC in his single scull)

2005 - 2006

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Ladies shell (coxing division)): Scratched (Jenny Lee in her single scull)
Fairbairn Junior Sculls: Lost to Karthik in the quarter finals (TDC in his single scull)
Maiden Sculls: Lost to Adam Dyer (Christ's) by 1 length in the 1st round (PJH in his single scull)
Cambridge Head-2-Head (Novice 1x): 25:21   Last of all crews (TDC in his single scull)

Number of events: 15
Total number of races: 20


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