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They competed in various crews in all of the boat types available to them – Octuple, Quads and Doubles.
In the Octuple, the J13 squad were beaten by the Stratford’s WJ14 squad by just two lengths and Evesham WJ14’s squads by only one and a half lengths which were fantastic results given that the J13 squad are a year younger.
The drama unfolded with a straightforward dispatch of Abingdon in the first round and then Stourport in the semi-final.
Onwards to the final and the previous races took their toll and the crew eventually lost out to Evesham.
Stratford upon Avon Boat Club junior members formed five of the crews in the West Midlands squad following successful performances at the Regional Championships As the spring sunshine fell on the lake the athletes began their preparations.
A composed performance in the heats saw her miss the A Final by just a tenth of a second, such was the ferocity of competition.
Stratford’s WJ14.1x (Amelie Sartain) missed out on a final place by one length and Stratford’s WJ14.8x had a great time with some good racing and lost out by only one and a half lengths behind City of Oxford J15 boys boat and had two wins out of three races.
The J13 squad had a great day on Sunday at Evesham Regatta in their first ever river race.
The women’s Junior 18 double scull event proved another crowd pleaser with the crew of Issy Marsden and Issy Clarke making short work of Royal Grammar School Worcester in the semi-final.
The fairy tale ending eluded them in the final when the Evesham crew pipped them to the post by just one boat length.