St Cuthbert's Society Boat Club - Recent Form

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The Club attends the majority of local races in Newcastle, Stockton, York, Chester-le-Street, Hexham and Wansbeck, as well as other races in Durham such as the Novice Cup, the Senate Cup, Durham Small Boats' Head, Durham City Regatta and Admiral's Regatta.

In the summer of 2008, both the Men's and Women's VIIIs tasted success at a number of regattas throughout the North, including the Durham Regatta, helping to win the title of Victor Ludorum for both Durham Regatta and Admirals Regatta, a college event organised by Durham College Rowing.

The Men's squad qualified for Henley Royal Regatta in 2003 and in 2006, and has taken part regularly in the annual Head of the River Race in London.

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