Agecroft Rowing Club
AGECROFT HEAD 2018: Click here for full details and results.
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Senior Men - 2017: Thames Cup Semi Finalists; Prince of Wales Semi-finalists; 16 Athletes racing at Henley on Thursday; Winners IM1 8s Met
2016: Elite 4+s Wallingford; IM3 Winners HoRR;Jackson Trophy holders since 2014;
Senior Women - 2017: Semi-finalists Henley Women's Regatta; Winners IM2 Met; Fastest W8+ at Vets Head. 2016: Semi-finalists Henley Women's Regatta
Masters - British Rowing Masters Championships winners in various categories in 2018, 2017 & 2016; Henley Masters MB8+ winners 2018 and MB4- winners 2017.
Junior: Losing finalist Henley Women's Regatta 2017, National Champion 2017
Sculling: HWR Senior 4x Winners 2016. 2 finalists in Championship 1x Marlow 2017, losing semi-finalist Henley Women's regatta 2017.
Recruiting now - Looking for keen rowers and coxes wanting to win but enjoy doing so:
Please contact - Club Captain - Denis: email@example.com 07775886123
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Founded in 1861, Agecroft Rowing Club is one of the oldest open membership rowing clubs in the world. We have a wide variety of rowers of different abilities, ambitions and ages.
With a purpose-built facility on Salford Quays and a large fleet of boats, Agecroft Rowing Club caters to those who wish to succeed at rowing, from the Learn to Row course offered to complete novices, to potential Olympians through the World Class Start program.
We also have a range of sponsorship opportunities which we would love you to take a look at and help our club to grow.
We are home to Salford University Boat Club and next door to the Salford Watersports Centre.
Agecroft Head 2018 - results now available - click here.
Senior Men 2018:
Henley Royal Regatta:
28 athletes have qualified for HRR 2018 with racing starting at 10:05 on Wednesday, you can watch it on Youtube or BT Sport
Two wins in Tier 2 Club 8s and Tier 3 8s with the 4+ coming 7th overall.
Senior Men retained the Forster Cup for Tier 2 8s. 2nd 8 2nd by 3 feet in Tier 3 Final to Leeds RC. 4+ 5th on Saturday and 4th on Sunday of Championship 4+'s
Wallingford Regatta 2018 8 Entries and 5 Finalists. Good win in Women's Club 8s, close 2nd (canvass) in Men's Club 8s, 3rd in Women's Club 4+s and two 5th Placesn Men's Championship 8s and 4+s. Good day out!
3 crews in top 45 at HoRR (21st, 43rd and 45th) and retained Jackson Trophy again. 3 fastest NW crews.
Overall winners of Trent Head (plus 4th and 6th)
After a very successful season for the Masters, including multiple medals at British Masters Championships, they pick up the win in MsB8+ in a very tight finish against a German crew (https://youtu.be/04V8xrUTsz0)
British Rowing Masters Championships: 1st in Non-Champs A-C2x; 1st in Non-Champs A-C4x; 2nd in Champs A/B4-; 2nd in Non-Champs D-F2x; 3rd in Champs C8+; 4th in Champs C4-
Veterans' HoRR: Men - 6th in Masters C, 12th overall | Women - 1st in Masters A (retained W Masters A pennant), 52nd overall.
Senior Women 2018:
The Womens squad won the inaugural Development 4+'s at Henley Womens Regatta! An incredible achievement from up and coming athletes.
2 crews in top 52 of WHoRR (37, 52)
Senior Women came 2nd in Tier 2 4+'s and also came 10th overall Challenge 8s but 3rd fastest Club 8.
Georgina Dooley continues an extremely impressive junior career by winning the Di Ellis Trophy at Henley Womens Regatta! Big congratulations to both winning crews! Now onto Nat Champs to retain her title...
Georgina Dooley invited to Final GB U23 Trials in mid April.
Agecroft supported Sport Relief last month - Many celebs both Rowing (Sir Steve Redgrave, James Cracknell, Steve Williams, Zoe de Toledo, Gary Herbert, Cath Bishop, Jessica Eddie and Sophie Glover) plus Learn to Rowers (Sara Cox, Ellie Harrison, Dan Walker, Dev Griffin, Charlotte Hawkins, Ferne McCann,, Nicola Thorp, Jake Canuso and Chris Bisson to name a few) plus Paddy McGuiness all graced our boathouse over the last few weeks, all in a fantastic cause, culminating in a very exciting ITV v BBC boat race.