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NEWS

08-07-2014 - Success for the Grosvenor Juniors

  This past Saturday saw the Runcorn Junior Regatta take place on a stretch of the River Weaver. Unique in its format, the round-robin races were held over two 300m sprint courses.   There was success for 2 Grosvenor boats; the W.J15.4x+ crew of Lucy Tilston, Francis Munro, Zoe Green, Stella Dixon and Jack Green (cox) rowed to victory whilst … Continue reading

01-07-2014 - Grosvenor Dominate at Ironbridge

  The River Severn played host to the annual Ironbridge Regatta this past weekend, raced over 1000m on the Saturday and 500m on the Sunday Grosvenor entered 30 crews from the Novice Men, Novice Women, Senior Women and Veterans Squads.   There were 9 winning crews across the 2 day Regatta, 6 on Saturday and 3 on Sunday.   These … Continue reading

22-06-2014 - Grosvenor Win at Henley Women’s Regatta

  For the first time in 145 years since Grosvenor Rowing Club was founded and 40 years since women were first allowed to row at the Club, Grosvenor RC Chester has won its first Senior Henley Regatta event.     The pinnacle of women’s club rowing, Henley Women’s Regatta is attended by over one thousand female athletes from as far … Continue reading

14-06-2014 - Grosvenor Success at Chester Regatta

  It was the annual Chester Regatta this past Saturday, first established in 1733 it is the oldest rowing event of its kind in the world.   The Veteran and Junior Squads each sent crews to compete over the 750m course from the Red House Pub to the Earl’s Eye.   There was a narrow loss for the Veterans racing … Continue reading

  • Success for the Grosvenor Juniors

  • Grosvenor Dominate at Ironbridge

  • Grosvenor Win at Henley Women’s Regatta

  • Grosvenor Success at Chester Regatta

Dee Autumn Head – 2nd November 2013

 Dee Autumn Head 2013

Saturday 2nd November:

The Dee Autumn Head HAPPENED

Thanks to all who attended and helped,

Results available here!

 

Held under the Rules of British Rowing, the Rules of Racing and Row Safe

Saturday 2nd November 2013

Raced downstream over 4000m in two divisions on the River Dee, Chester.

The final draw is now available, updated Friday 1st:

Dee Autumn Head Draw 2013-V7

Dee Autumn Head 2013 Poster

Dee Autumn Head 2013 Poster

Information for Competitors:

Download the poster: Dee Autumn 2013 poster.

Dee Autumn Head 2012 results can be viewed here. 

The Dee Autumn Head is held under the Rules of British Rowing, the Rules of Racing and RowSafe.

The Dee Autumn Head takes place every October on the River Dee in Chester with crews racing from the ‘motorway’ bridge to Dee Lane, a distance of just under 4000 m. It is a processional head race with events for all boats from eights to single sculls; in all age categories from Junior to Veteran, subject to a minimum number of entries in each category. We also welcome sponsorship, please see our sponsorship page for details.

Information on results can be found here.

For more information, please take a look at our information for visiting clubs leaflet.