The club had some great rows at the recent Head at Trafford RC. These included:
J14 2x – GOLD – Joe Baguley and Joe Guerin
J14 2x – BRONZE – Marcus Mackay and Michael Fulwell
J14 4x+ – GOLD (time only and came second in their division) – Joe Baguley, Joe Guerin, Tom Ledger, Cameron Green and cox: Marcus Mackay
J14 1x – SILVER – Bradley Strickland-Baker
J14 1x – 4th – Harri White
WJ14 2x – 4th – Caitlin Potts and Mary Knowles
WJ14 2x – 8th – Alex Fletcher and Harriet Jones
WJ14 1x – 7th – Alex Fletcher
There were further wins in the J15 divisions
J15 1x – GOLD – Angus Stewart (fastest boat in the division)
J15 4x+ – GOLD – Angus Stewart, Josh Critchley, Michael Lee, Marcus Reilly and cox: Megan Dunbavand
WJ15 1x – silver – Ella Stanhope
J15 2x – silver – Josh Critchley and Michael Lee
Im3 2x – silver – Ollie McFerran and Max Bury
J15 1x – 5th – Angus Wooler
We’ve had another look at the forecast. An optimist might say its mellowed a bit, a pessimist might say it’s the same. With that in mind we’re planning to go ahead. We will, of course, continue to assess the conditions through the day to make sure that everyone is safe.
While I have your attention:
Schedule: We will be keeping things moving to make the most of good weather and reduce the time crews are on the water. Please support us by listening , and responding, to announcements.
Parking: The local businesses on Howley Land have agreed to let us use their car parks. However, please make sure you leave access ways and gates clear. There’s some good news for towers – I believe Persimmon have been working on the track this morning.
Kit: Finally, please make sure you have enough warm layers. Wind chill could be significant…!
Thanks for your support,
With the unstable weather patterns and our twisty river we can’t be certain of what the conditions will be like on Sunday. The last couple of weekends have turned out better than initially feared and we’re hoping this weekend might be the same.
With that in mind – and assuming that you’re all desperate to race after a disrupted winter – we’re still planning for Sunday.
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Warrington Rowing Club Masters Oarsman, Phil Higginson, recounts his experience of competing at the 3rd Annual Philippine International Regatta. Read more ›
Come and join us for our annual Xmas Eve 8’s fun competition. Read more ›
Warrington Rowing Club Crews were in action at the weekend, competing in Northwich at the Autumn Head hosted by Northwich Rowing Club. Despite some challenging weather conditions which led to events being cancelled the club had a number of successes. Read more ›
Another very busy couple of weeks for the squads of WRC with many regional and national events already taken place
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Warrington RC J16 boys won two classes at Nottingham Autumn Head of the River Race on Sunday.
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We are keen to speak to people interested in being involved in this amazing sport. We are always on the look out for coxes to help with the coaching of our crews and to compete in events across the North West. Full training and safety equipment provided along with great team spirit and a lot of fun – nice weather cannot always be guaranteed! Please feel free to contact us for a chat and a trial session.
Warrington Rowing Club Crews were in action again at the weekend and came home with 4 wins, competing at the Runcorn Autumn Head – a 4500 metre time trial on the River Weaver. Read more ›