Not a lot of September results, but some great ones!

I'm afraid I don't have crew lists, but the Cooper quad raced at World Masters in Belgium (10-13 September) and came away with two Silvers, in D4x and E4x, as well as a Bronze when they came together with three members of DARC to race a scratch E8. Excellent work as always gents, well done.

York Autumn Sculls (19 September): Win for MasG 4x of Paul Reevell, Dick Marlow, Bob Bainbridge and Chris Kenyon in Mas D/E/G

Boston Marathon (20 September): a fantastic achievement for Lucy Radley, the first W.LTA 1x to ever complete the course and she did so beating 15 able-bodied boats on raw times (including doubles and a quad!). Being the first W.LTA 1x to complete the 50km marathon, Lucy now holds the course record - one I'm sure she'll be aiming to beat next year!

Congratulations everyone! 

Don't forget to start sending me you October results!


Youthful inexperience was no hindrance to a masterful Tees team as they powered ahead to win their first two races on a beautiful day at Tyne Rowing Club.


Somewhat WRecK (TEE) made their way through Middle Earth to do battle with their Northern League colleagues in a sweep Skills test at Tolkien Tarn. Jill from the hosts coxed cleverly and they were joint second after the first series of races.

This month's minihead saw a bumper entry of 27 boats (72 competitors!) in the run-up to the Tees head races next weekend. Lovely conditions though lots of debris on the water, and some very close finishes. Thank you to the Vet Men for running the event with the addition of the delicious corned beef pie we have come to know and love from Marian Olver, and some extremely tasty brownies baked by Fiona Ventress!