Huntingdon Boat Club came away with four wins at Lincoln Head of the River on March 16.

The club took 11 senior and junior crews and racing was over a distance of 3500m and a shorter course of 1700m.

Daniel Grant picked up  two wins in the Junior 15 single sculls beating Boston Rowing Club, then teamed up with Jack Bennett to win J15 double, winning by 25 seconds.

Ethan Gold won his junior 16 single scull event against Doncaster School in a time of 15 minutes 16 seconds.

A Mixed Open eight was the other crew to win on the day, and they were Mark Smith, Edward Adams, Toby Ray, Iain Rickerby, Rachel Starling, Alice Ray, Rebecca Howard, Louise Bocking coxed by Ollie Shepherd.

All four wins were over the longer distance of 3500m. Crews in the shorter distance were Ollie Burgess in Junior 14 single sculls, James Johnson-Keay and Charlie Eastoe both competing in Junior 13 single sculls, then doubling up to compete at Junior 14 double sculls.

Others competing in the longer course were Tom Starling and Katie Jugg.  Ollie Shepherd and Rebecca Howard both entered in mixed double scull.

Starling and Jugg missed out on a win with Lincoln Rowing Club beating them by two seconds. Isabella Dovey and Tom Hancock competed in J16 double sculls. 

Dovey was also in a women’s open coxed four with Louise Hinkley, Emily Warren-Barratt and Holly Seabrook with Hancock coxing.

Adams, Smith, Rickerby and a rower from Lincoln competed in open coxed four with Alice Ray coxing the crew. Toby Ray also raced in open single sculls.