Star Club Boat Naming Sunday 17th September 2017. Continue reading
Sunday 17th September 2017
Live results as we have them from our crews competing in Slovenia! Continue reading
Star Masters men entered boats in eleven events over the two days, scoring wins in five of them!
On Saturday the in the C/D 8+ event the Star boat stroked by Colin Hunt scored a win rowing as Masters D. This was a good achievement in a straight race as the crew were unable to compete at their age category of Masters E.
In Masters D/E 4+ Star came first and third with the boat stroked by Andy Crook winning. This was another win in a string of wins for this crew over the season.
The third win of the day was in the Masters D 2x. This crew consisted of Rachael Armstrong and David Sogan. Although rowing in a men’s event they scored another convincing win.
In Masters D 4x and E 4x both crews finished second. The D crew (Armstrong) to the very fast boat from St Ives and the E crew (Thomson) to Norwich.
In Masters C4+ the Star crew stroked by Andy Chillingsworth came third in a race won by Worcester.
On Sunday five crews competed in the 500 meter sprint.
The Masters C/D 8+ with Andy Crook stroking scored a good win.
In Masters C/D 4+ Star entered two boats, finishing first and second. Michael Mitchell was in the winning boat and also in the winning C/D eight. A great bonus for him as this was his stag weekend and with his future wife Kat coxing!
In Masters D 2x, again two Star crews competed with a win for the Lisa Boggis double over the Clive Thomson double.
The Masters D/E 4x was won as usual by the fast St Ives crew with the George French quad finishing fourth.
Last but not least the Masters E 2x stroked by Ian Staniforth came a close third in their heat just missing the final.
All in all a very successful weekend for the Star Masters Men, which included a couple of Star Masters Women in the two winning crews
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