Huntingdon Boat Club enjoy short but winning trip to St Ives Regatta
- Credit: HUNTINGDON BOAT CLUB
Huntingdon Boat Club had fine day out at the St Ives Regatta - coming away with six wins.
Joe Manchett took the top honours in the open singles band two while Libby Jackson won the semi-final then final in the WJ15 singles, beating West Norfolk.
Isabella Dovey rowed in WJ14 single winning her event against St Ives.
The J14 single was an all Huntingdon final with Daniel Grant beating Tom Hancock with the pair then joining forces with Noah Scott-Dunkin and Milosz Wajda, coxed by Patrick Foy, to win the J14 quad.
This was the first regatta for both Scott-Dunkin and Hancock.
The former then went on to win the J14 double sculls with Wajda.
Missing out on a win was Toby Ray in J16 single. He got through two rounds but was beaten in the final.
- 1 Covid sweeps across Cambridgeshire as summer wave takes hold
- 2 St Ivo Academy celebrate the success of its star girls teams and international call ups
- 3 St Ivo Dance alumnae stars in Britain's Got Talent, the West End and Comic Relief
- 4 Hunts history festival kicked off with a bang!
- 5 New archdeacon for Huntingdon and Wisbech
- 6 Honda, Seat and Toyota crash on A141
- 7 Huntingdon is 'prime example' of good infrastructure in region
- 8 Top roles confirmed at council owned housing firm
- 9 Rumpelstiltskin panto coming to Buckden this weekend
- 10 Hospitals raise car parking costs for first time in six years
Foy also made it through to the final in the J15 single while Tom Starling teamed up with Ray in the open double sculls but lost to the hosts.
Iain Rickerby joined up with the home rowers though in a mixed masters four, with the composite crew going on to win the event.