It is with deep regret that we report the passing of Mike Baker who died this morning (Saturday 20th April) at 8.45am. Mike was a champion oarsman in the 1970’s and continued to support the club for many years with his wife Pam.
Exeter Rowing Club is mourning the loss of one of its longest-serving members. Brian Sculpher died peacefully on boxing day.
The day started rather more pleasantly than we (Dan Rowse and Dave Byrnes Mas C 2x) had expected and with a good tailwind, calm water and glorious sunshine, we made excellent time to Bardney Lock (13.5km), having overtaken many crews in the process….all going rather well and quite enjoyable.
The winners of this year’s club awards were announced at the Annual End of Season Dinner on Saturday. The awards were nominated by club members to recognise the achievements of members in the 2017-18 season.
The Bank holiday weekend saw 3 Exeter wins at Ross. On the Sunday sprint course, 550m the Women Masters F 1x between Christchurch Faye Standley and Exeter Di Parish had some previous history.
The 2018 Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 27st September 2018 at Exe Water Sports Association Clubroom at 6.30 pm. Nominations for Directors: Any member shall have the right to make not more than one nomination, with the written consent of the candidate, for election as one of the Company Directors. Such nominations […]
Exeter Rowing Club are hosting a welcome to rowing day – whether you are an experienced rower or have never rowed before we would love to see you on Saturday 22nd September. This will be a great way for returning members and new members of the club to get to know one another whilst having […]
After the Masters Squad’s achievements at the World Rowing Masters Regatta in Bled, Slovenia last year, the Squad travelled to Germany in July to compete at the Euro Masters Regatta in Munich.
For the second successive year Exeter Rowing Club staged a charity race at the home regatta held on July 14th. Funds raised were donated to Hospice Care. Following last year’s friendly competition between Exeter and Dart Tones an ‘invitation mixed 8+ callenge’ was again extended to Dart Totnes. The two club crews were mixed men […]
The 163rd Marlow Regatta proved a real challenge for Exeter Rowing Clubs top crews but yielded some of the best results in the clubs recent history. Two coxless fours made the long journey from Devon, to the Olympic venue at Eton Dorney to mix it up with some of the best talent in the country.