[CUCBC Captains] CUWBC elections
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Thu Apr 7 20:48:36 BST 2011
Entries will open this weekend for the CUCBC Small Boats Regatta, which will
take place from Monday 25th - Wednesday 27th April, timings to be confirmed
dependent on entries. In light of this including Easter Monday, we will try
to schedule all the racing to Tuesday and Wednesday if possible.
The following events will be running, subject to sufficient entries:
Men's single sculls:
- Peter Brandt Sculls (for novice scullers),
- Bushe-Fox Freshman's Sculls (for men in their first year of residence),
- Fairbairn Junior Sculls
Women's single sculls:
- Maiden Sculls (for novice scullers),
- Fairbairn Junior Sculls,
- Delafield Trophy
Men's and Women's Pairs:
- Foster-Fairbairn Trial Pairs,
- Magdalene Silver Pairs
Men's, Women's and Mixed Double Sculls
- Lowe Double Sculls
Please check entry requirements for events in the online Handbook; in
particular, the Peter Brandt and Maiden Sculls are only open to scullers who
have never competed in a sculling event before, apart from this year's
Second Trinity Challenge Sculls.
The Colquhoun Sculls, the top men's single sculling event, will also take
place on these days, organised separately by LMBC; details will follow from
Entries are to be made through the CUCBC website (as for University Fours)
and will close on Sunday 17th April at 23:45. Entry fees are £6 for Peter
Brandt and Maiden Sculls, £10 for other single sculling races and £16 for
doubles/pairs races; these are due by the same deadline.
Cheques for entry fees payable to "Cambridge University Combined Boat Clubs"
should be sent to Dr. Holly Hedgeland at Robinson College. Please plan ahead
if you are not in Cambridge at that time.
Michell Cup points are awarded for all events and medals for the senior
If you have any queries, please do get in touch.
Dr Holly Hedgeland
CUCBC Senior Treasurer
Cambridge, CB3 9AN
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