Rowing Club was represented in force at Worcester Regatta.
With 31 entries the club had the largest number from any
club represented at the event. The Junior Academy was again
in full force, winning 8 of the total 9 races. The Morris
family were the big winners with Kelly and Scot and father
Dave picking up a total of 4 wins.
winners were, Scot Morris in j11 single sculls, Catrin Morris
and Olivia Baynham Williams Wj12 double sculls , Kelly Morris
Rosie Lindley Wj15 double Sculls, J12 double sculls, Johan
Lai and Dale Kernot, J12 quads Johan Lai, Dale Kernot, Scott
Morris, Gregory Fitz Horswell cox Rhodri Morris. WJ13 double
sculls, Amy Surman and Ellie Grindle, Wj14 single sculls,
Rosie Brandram Jones, Wj12 1x Catrin Morris.
the seniors it was a day of very tough racing. The ladies
coxed four - Emliy Preece, Hannah Jones, Holy Campbell and
Geena Watling and cox George Probert worked through 2 rounds
only to loose by 6 feet in their final. This was a terrific
performance for the young Ross ladies.
the men the veteran eight of Jeremy Picton Turberville,
Graham Watling, Dave Sykes, Paul Brodholt , Andrew Lehman,
Tim Crossman, Lenny Colling, Dave Morris with Lucy Jones
Coxing competed and beat a Ross select eight, gaining valuable
race experience over the 750 meter course. The select eight
made up of Paul Carpenter, Chris Mellor, Tom Williams, Ian
Howell, Bryn Hughes, Phil Palmer Geena Watling, and Emily
Preece coxed by Morgan Baynham Williams put up a great fight,
enjoying a great spirited row.
it was another strong day for the Ross club with valuable
race experience being gathered by old and young alike. The
men's veteran crews are in preparation for Veteran National
championships and the high performance junior crew of Rosie
Lindley and Kelly Morris are in the final stages of preparing
for the national schools regatta this following weekend.