Saturday the 1st of June saw Exeter travel the 30 miles or so to Plymouth for their annual 1000m course regatta. As per usual the sun shone all day over the course and conditions were brilliant for racing . It was another incredible day for the junior squad once again with 13 winning crews , […]
While several of our club squads were racing at Totnes, the sculling Masters squad were headed to Nottingham for the Club and Masters Regatta, in the hope that the previous year’s wind and breaking waves would remain a distant memory. Sunday morning at Nottingham… eerie….. Calm water and sun – race plans to be adjusted! […]
Dan and Dave competed together in the Open 2x event. The semifinal went well and after a good start by both crews, they managed to squeeze past Bryanston School and control the race from ahead ensuring a place in the final by 4 lengths. They had been told that the crew they had just beaten was […]
Exeter sent a large squad to the first WEARA regatta of the 2019 season. The Junior, senior, club and masters squads were all represented at the south Devon Venue for a weekend of successful racing. On the Saturday, Exeter had wins from: Jaz and Abbie in the WNov 2x Jaz in the WJ17 1x Megan […]
Exeter Rowing Club is saddened to announce the death of long time club member Brian Fentiman. Brian joined the club in 1997 and quickly became involved in coaching taking on many scullers and every weekend you could see up to 10 scullers heading off to Turf for their squad sessions led by Brian in his […]
It is with deep regret that we report the passing of Mike Baker who died this morning (Saturday 20th April) at 8.45am. Mike was a champion oarsman in the 1970’s and continued to support the club for many years with his wife Pam.
Exeter Rowing Club is mourning the loss of one of its longest-serving members. Brian Sculpher died peacefully on boxing day.
The day started rather more pleasantly than we (Dan Rowse and Dave Byrnes Mas C 2x) had expected and with a good tailwind, calm water and glorious sunshine, we made excellent time to Bardney Lock (13.5km), having overtaken many crews in the process….all going rather well and quite enjoyable.
The winners of this year’s club awards were announced at the Annual End of Season Dinner on Saturday. The awards were nominated by club members to recognise the achievements of members in the 2017-18 season.
The Bank holiday weekend saw 3 Exeter wins at Ross. On the Sunday sprint course, 550m the Women Masters F 1x between Christchurch Faye Standley and Exeter Di Parish had some previous history.