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Lent Term 2006

3rd women's VIII

Newnham Short Course (Lower VIIIs)

20th of 22 lower VIIIs
Time: 8:11
Not bad at all... better than Magdalene II at any rate ;) Keep up the good work, and once crews are set, both the 3rds and 4ths can look to some interesting racing in the second half of term! (Pia)
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Robinson Head (Lower VIIIs)

20th overall, 2nd fastest 3rd VIII
Time: 11:11
AWESOME ROW GIRLS!!! That really was an amazing row, especially considering we had a different cox and 2 subs rowing, we were rowing in Margot - which most people hadn't rowed in before - and were abandoned with no bank party or coach. As a crew, your lack of outings didn't let you down, you really got it together so well during the row down and the race. Seriously girls, an excellent row, it felt so good in regard to power, rhythm and balance. I just hope we got a time to reflect that!!!

Lyns xxx

P.S - Also, that row up and the race was the most fun I've had rowing for ages!!!!! We need chocolate and drunken Sorcha stories more often... (Lyns)
Wow, I think we really pulled it together there. Apart from a slight bowside lean we had the boat well balanced and I thought we went really well.

Fingers crossed for the results! (Rachel)
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Pembroke Regatta (Lower division)

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Lent Bumps Getting-on Race

Failed to get on :(
Time: 10:17
This was good row, unfortunately there was a crash on the outside of ditton. I won't say it was caused by them, but CCAT 3 (now ccat 2) started very close behind and eventually overtook around ditton corner, forcing the girls to go wide... too wide.

My unofficial timing had them around 6:45 at this point. About 2 minutes from the finish I say. So by my reckoning, this would have put them somewhere near the fastest non-qualifiers or possibly even the slowest qualifiers.

Keep keen, keep training and see you all back next term! (Dami)
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