two years of winning the Championship of the Dee,
were knocked into second place by a large entry from ABC. The ABC
team almost swept the board on Sunday amassing a total of 116 points on that
ASRA won the sub award
amongst the Junior clubs with George Watsons in second place and
George Heriots in third place.
All the junior events take
place on Saturday but ASRA’s three lonely entrants on Sunday (Michael
Chalmers, Jamie Steel and Atholl Wallace) all won points, pushing their club
one point ahead of the joint third placed clubs AUBC and Inverness.
owe most of their points to their womens squad who won R2 Eights, Novice
Eights and Novice Fours
was the largest non-junior entrant at this year’s regatta and they won
points across a wide spectrum of events – Colin Sinclair earned them one
point for a runner-up place in Mens J-16 single sculls whilst his senior and
veteran clubmates scored a number of wins over both days of racing.
It was good to see EUBC
competing at the North East again. A solitary crew of “EUBC Medics” (do
they have different sub-groups for each faculty?) won Mens R2 Fours on