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The Club's Boats


Maker: Janousek
Made in: 2007
Bought in: Lent term, 2007
Named by: Martin Peck (Captain 1999-2000), 2007

Pike and Eel were bought along with a new Black Prince and Valkyrie as part of bulk purchase from Janousek in early 2007. They are named after one of the pubs on the River Cam, which, although now actually called the Penny Ferry, is still called the Pike and Eel by the majority of Cambridge rowers. Eel is the lighter-rated of the two sculls and is intended for use by women.

[Complete list of boats]

Full results record

2006 - 2007

Maiden Sculls (Women's): lost to Richie (Jesus) by 11s in the semi finals (JRA in a single scull)
Women's Championship Sculls: Raced 3 rounds: beat Richer (Jesus) easily in the final (HER in a single scull)

2007 - 2008

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Shell): 12:07   5th (PWF in his single scull)
Fairbairn Junior Sculls: Lost to Stutt (Girton/Goldie) by 18s in the quarter finals (PWF in his single scull)
Bushe-Fox Freshman's sculls: Lost to Hale (Pembroke) by 17s in the semi finals (PWF in his single scull)

2008 - 2009

2nd Trinity Challenge Sculls (Shell): 11:34   7th of 15 (PWF in his single scull)
Maiden Sculls (Women's): Beaten by Gerrard (Jesus) in the 1st round (SIM in a single scull)

2010 - 2011

Fairbairn Junior Sculls (women's): 1st in the final (Julia Robson)

2013 - 2014

Fairbairn Junior Sculls (women's): Lost to Lucas (Catz) by an overtake in the final (JPA in a single scull)
Maiden Sculls (Women's): Lost to Littlewood (Caius) by 1.5 lengths in the semi finals and Beat Watts by half the course in the plate final (JPA in a single scull)

Number of events: 10
Total number of races: 13

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