[CUCBC Contacts] Weekend rowing during the vacation
cuwbc at cucbc.org
Wed Mar 11 14:55:28 GMT 2009
As mentioned in Thomas' email, this year's Colquhoun sculls will take
place on the Tuesday afternoon of the small boats regatta. We hope to start
racing at about two 'o' clock and be finished by about four thirty, of
course this depends on the number of entries!
In line with the rest of the small boats regatta, entry fees will be
£10 and the deadline for entries to be received will be the 12th of April.
To enter, please email me (hwg21) in the first instance and I will let you
know where to deliver a cheque payable to LMBC.
The prize is a CUCBC medal. The Colquhoun silver sculls themselves will
be available for the prize presentation but unfortunately cannot be kept.
I look forward to receiving a strong field of entries this year!
Will Gray, Joint Captain
Lady Margaret Boat Club
St. John's College,
Cambridge CB2 1TP
On Mar 8 2009, Dan Wilkins wrote:
> Please see message below about Small Boats. Queries/replies to Thomas
> Walton (cuwbc at cucbc.org).
>From: Thomas Walton [mailto:cuwbc at cucbc.org]
>Sent: 08 March 2009 16:45
>To: 'Dan Wilkins'
>Subject: Small Boats Regatta
>Entries are now open for the CUCBC Small Boats Regatta, which will be
>taking place in six weeks' time, Monday 20th - Wednesday 22nd April,
>with racing between approximately 9am and 1pm on each day (dependent on
>the number of entries). 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 pairs: Foster-Fairbairn Trial Pairs, Magdalene Silver Pairs
>- Women's pairs: Foster-Fairbairn Trial Pairs, Magdalene Silver Pairs
>- Lowe Double sculls: Men's, Women's and Mixed
>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 be
>taking place on the Tuesday afternoon, organised separately by LMBC;
>details will follow from LMBC.
>Entries are now open on the CUCBC website (as for University Fours) and
>will close on **Sunday 12th April (Easter Sunday) 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
> Cheques for entry fees should be sent to **Thomas Walton at Jesus
>and note that this is Easter weekend so you need to plan ahead if you
>will not be in Cambridge then!
>Medals and Michell Cup points are available for all events if you need
>more encouragement to enter!
>If you have any questions, or boat sharing requirements, please get in
>touch with me. There are lots of different competitions so please do
>check if you're unsure!
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