Have a go at Rowing Open Day and Learn to Row Course

Posted by Amanda Jones | September 2, 2014

If you are interested in having a go at rowing we will be holding an open day for anyone over 18 to try rowing at Broxbourne Rowing Club on Saturday 11th October 2014 starting at 10:00am at a cost of £10 per person.

 

Broxbourne Rowing Club is on Old Nazeing Road, near to The Crown pub, post code EN10 6QU.

 

Rowing is a water sport and you must be able to swim and should be confident that you will not panic if you fall in.

 

For those that want to continue and join our learn to row course this will start the following weekend Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th October, sessions will run on Saturdays and Sundays (unless informed otherwise) until the end of the year.   The cost is £175 for those 24 and over and a discounted rate of £110 for those between 18 and under 24 years old.

 

For those under 18 we have separate sessions for juniors, please do email secretary@broxbournerowingclub.org and we will let you know when the next learn to row course will be for juniors.

 

Please email to confirm (secretary@broxbournerowingclub.org) if you will be attending the open day to give us an idea on numbers.  If you cannot attend the open day you can still attend the learn to row course but do please either come to the club on Sunday 12th October between 9:30 – 10:00am to sign up (please note this is just to sign up not a second open day) or if you are not able to make either of these please confirm by email and we will try to arrange another time.

 

Further details are on our Learn to Row webpage.

Broxbourne Juniors Alumni At Women’s Henley

Posted by Jane Taylor | June 23, 2014

The 2012 J18 Quad of Rowan McKellar, Ruth Taylor, Courtney Edmonds and Emma Lacey, who had met the giants of Groton in their first race, were back representing three different clubs.

Rowan raced S1, coming through the time trial and first heat in splendid style.  Although now at the University of California, Berkeley, she raced as Broxbourne.  In the quarter-finals, she drew Carmichael of Leander.  They battled it out, with no clear leader, for the majority of the course.  However, home advantage won in the end and Carmichael pulled away in the dying moments of the race.

Ruth was in the six seat of Queen’s University Belfast A eight.  QUB met their old rivals Durham in the heats and beat them for the third time this year.  Then they came up against  Nottingham in the quarter-finals.  It was a close race, with Queens and Nottingham taking turns in leading throughout the course.  Finally Nottingham pulled away and won by a canvas.

Emma was sitting in bow for Reading University B eight.  They came up against an on form UCL in the quarter-finals and lost by two and a half lengths.

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Courtney was stroke for Reading University A eight.  Reading came through each step with blistering times of 5.04 in the semi-against Edinburgh. For the second year Courtney was in the final at Henley.  Reading fought UCL stroke for stroke.  It finally came down to where the finish line was: Reading lost by a foot!

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Noelle and Matt Stallard’s coaching has given these girls the taste for competition at the highest level.  Broxbourne RC should be proud of the excellent work the Junior Squad’s alumni have and will continue to achieve.

We look forward to seeing them next year at Women’s Henley.

Women Win Head of the Cam

Posted by Jane Taylor | April 26, 2014

The Inter Women had another success at the Head of the Cam.  Following on from their victory at Teddington, the Novice 4+ of  Claire Fullbright, Cathy Orme,  Sarah Ellis and Amy Stewart, brilliantly coxed by Isy Marshall stormed through the opposition to win their category.

Learn to row at Broxbourne Rowing Club – May 2014

Posted by Amanda Jones | April 3, 2014

We have just started our latest adults learn to row course, if you are interested in learning to row we will probably run another course in the Autumn please drop us an email and check our website at the end of Summer.  Please see our Learn to row page

WeHorr – Our Girls Go …

Posted by Jane Taylor | March 20, 2014

Despite all the rain and past foul weather, Broxbourne women fielded two crews at either end of the experience spectrum.

Each crew had had its fair share of pre-race stress.  The Senior Women entered as Masters B: the crew was stroked by Helen Dodsworth and included Amanda Jones, Anne-Marie Bright, Amy Molesworth, Becca Garton, Brooke Stevens, Trish McKellar with Karen Barton in bow.  Helen Van Kempen gamely stepped into cox at the last minute and steered a good, clean line.

They set off at 73 with the task of chasing Katherine Granger who, with her crew, set off at 72.050

Our second crew had a harder route to the Head.  As a novice crew they had to prove to the organisers that they were competent to race.  The final decision wasn’t made until Thursday that the head would include our Novice crew.  They were to set off at 233: the crew were coxed by Isy Marshall and included: Claire Fullbrook, Cathy Orme, Alice Elliott, Sarah Ellis, Amy Stewart, Carrie Cooksley, Beth Flintoff and Jane Denyer.

 

 

On the day the crews couldn’t have wishe057d for better conditions.  Although the stream was fast it was tameable.  The sun shone and the breeze remained light the whole way.

Broxbourne ’old girls’ were also well represented in other crews including: Courtney Edmonds and Emma Lacy representing Reading University and Ellie Holmes and Ruth Taylor representing Queens University Belfast.

After a glorious day’s racing the results were especially pleasing too: Women’s Masters B finished 107th and the Novices improving their place to 189th.

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