The Club's Results

Mich Term 2007

1st women's novice VIII

Queens' Novice Ergo Competition (1st division)

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Cambridge Winter Head (Student Beginner VIIIs)

4th, 3rd college novice VIII
Time: 13:01
Well done girls, this is a great result for your first race on the Cam :) The start was good, and some nice pushes really got the boat moving, with lots of calls for length and power meaning that cruising speed was fairly pacey. A few wobbles along Plough Reach and into the Long Reach, but you kept your heads and recovered well which is the most important thing. A good chunky push for home after the Railway Bridge finished it off nicely. Lots of positives to take from today, along with a few points to work on, but definitely looking promising for Clare Novices and beyond.

Oh, and just so you know, you kicked 2006 NW1's arses by over a minute. Not embarassed at all... (Charley)

1. Danny and Julia

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Clare Novice Regatta (Cup)

1st round
Beat New Hall - New Hall Disqualified
Not so much of a race as a comedy of errors. After 3 strokes we were well up on the opposition before they decided to crab and veer right into us. After a few blade clashes and some incompetent marshaling (telling us to row on straight after blowing the 'hold them up whistle') New Hall were rightly disqualified. Unfortunately this deprived us of some race experience, but at least it told us we could get the start right (DM)
2nd round
Beat Peterhouse by 5 lengths
This was much more like it. A good start followed by some controlled rowing meant we left the opposition trailing in our wake for the whole race. Sorry about the rubbish call for a push off the bridge, but you kept your heads well to close out the race and showed the opposition that a fast start doesn't guarantee a victory. (DM)
Quarter finals
Lost to Lucy Cavendish by a 1/3 of a length
What a race! They managed to get ahead from the start, but we knew this would happen. From there some great rowing kept us in touch before an excellent push off the railway bridge which managed to close the gap to about 1/3 of a length. There was little in it down the home straight, but sadly we didn't have quite enough as the opposition managed to find just enough to hold us off. However, this is probably some of the best stuff we have ever rowed. Everyone was getting the blades in right at the front, all of you squared early and nobody was rushed on the way forward. If we keep that standard up we should do very well at Fairbairns. Also it will be interesting to compare our time with that of this team who seemed to be entirely focused on this competition. (DM)
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Novice Fairbairn Cup (1st division)

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Fairbairn Cup (Senior VIIIs), 2nd women's VIII

1. W2 from a bridge
2. W2 past Emma footbridge

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