v Aylesbury Grammar School: U13A won by 39 runs; U13B won by 36 runs; U14B lost by 28 runs.
v St Birinus: U14A won by 87 runs.
v Eton: 1st VI lost 6-3; 2nd VI lost 7-2; 3rd VI lost 8-1.
v The Dragon: U13A lost 5-4; U13B lost 8-1; U12A won 6-3; U12B lost 5-4.
v Tudor Hall: Girls’ 1st VI won 3-1; Girls’ 2nd VI won 4-0.
v Abingdon: U15A won 12-0; U15B won 12-0; U13A won 7-6; U13B won 8-4.
v Cokethorpe: U13A won 10-2.
v Bradfield: Girls’ 1st VI lost 7-2; Girls 2nd VI lost 5-1.
Last weekend (24th-26th May), our rowers took part in the National Schools’ Regatta.
The event is the biggest of the year in junior rowing, and sees crews from the largest rowing schools competing, along with plenty of GB junior triallists.
On Friday, the J15 quads came 35th and 56th out of a field of 61 and the J14 quad sneaked into the C final with 18th out of 41. They converted this into a 14th overall with an impressive side by side piece.
Saturday saw the J18 girls' double race for the school for the last time, placing 48th in their event. The J18 quads came 13th and 37th respectively, just missing out on a finals place.
On Sunday, the J16 quad placed 25th, and the J16 double came 10th in their time trial. After a false start from another crew in their final, they had an incredible first 500m, but were not able to hold it until the finish, resulting in a 12th place overall.
Feva Championships, Abersoch:
Adrian Yung and Ben Simmons finished 31st in the Silver fleet, securing results in the mid-teens on the last day. Dom and Will Harrington came 41st and they managed finishes in the low 30s on the last day.
Team of the week – The U12A tennis side for their win v Dragon.