We welcome juniors aged 11-18 to row for fun, or to compete at local events. We also provide the opportunity for junior rowers to compete at regional, national or international levels.
Entry to the Club for those in this age group is via a Junior Learn to Row course, however if your child has previous experience of Rowing please do get in contact. Our Learn to Row courses are week-long, and run during school holidays. Details and dates are available on our Learn to Row pages or you can get in contact.
- Junior Squad Report – February 2017
- Junior Squad Report – January 2017
- Junior Squad Report – December 2016
- Junior Squad Report – November 2016
- Junior Squad Report – October 2016
- Junior Squad Report – September 2016
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Our Junior Squad coaches hold recognised British Rowing Qualifications, and are all very experienced in supporting and developing Junior Athletes to grow in confidence and skill, and to achieve their goals. Our Club takes safety, welfare, and safeguarding very seriously. We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all. The Club has a Welfare Officer who oversees the care of children and adults at the Club. Click to view British Rowing’s Statement on Safeguarding .
If you’re interested in supporting our Junior Squad either by coaching, donating or lending a hand as a parent volunteer please do get in contact, we’d love to hear from you.
COACH: Stuart Redden Contact
The Senior Men are divided into 3 categories:
- High Performance
- Senior Development
- Novice Development
These groups are open to all men at the club and are based on a members aims and available commitment.
1. High Performance Group
Commitment: Training 6 days a week totalling 9-11 sessions.
Aims: Wanting to compete at major National events.
2. Senior Development Group
For competent experienced rowers with time constraints and/ or no wish to race regularly.
Commitment: 3-4 sessions per week, 2 land and 1 water minimum.
3. Novice Development Group
Having left the ‘Learn to Row’ group and have racing ambitions. This group has the option to feed up to the high performance group.
Commitment: 4 sessions per week, 2 water sessions and 2 land sessions minimum.