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Wallingford Long Distance Sculls

Clearly showing his annoyance at being overtaken by lots of schoolboys, former club Captain Anthony Cakey provided the Town’s first result of the season, and would have won Vet B if only he had entered the right category. Well done Cakey!

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Summer’s over and the hard work begins

The season has officially started and its all go at the Town. The senior mens and womens squads have been out on the water almost exclusively in small boats (pairs and doubles) to build the technical foundation for the winter heads and have already been…

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Minging kit day

Like an experiment in poor taste, Saturday was “Minging Kit” day at Putney Town and was followed by a party to welcome new members to the club. Two mixed eights raced over the water outside the club dressed in kit that rated about 12 on…

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Club hopping: Men’s squad rowers and coxes

The men’s squad at Putney Town is also kicking off the new season with an open squad meeting to be held on Wednesday 9th September in the club bar at 20:30. Please contact Mens Captain Peter Rossi menscaptain@nullputneytownrc.co.uk 07983 325 992 or just turn up…

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PTRC Summer Party – 22nd August 2009

The Summer Party is nearly upon us and this year and in addition to the usual BBQ and “PTRC Summer Olympics” this year will be host to an adult-friendly bouncy castle! Timetable of events 11:00 PTRC Scullers Head 14:00 Gourmet BBQ (£5, including veggie option)…

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Weddings and babies

A cause for much celebration and the breaking out of an entirely new category for articles on the PTRC website for weddings and babies! Most recently Larry and Emma were married in Key West, Florida USA. Full marks go for the Key Lime Pie with…

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Podium finish at Nat Champs

Putney Town women’s squad have brought some impressively shiny National Championships medals back to Mortlake after clinching bronze in the lightweight coxless four. The crew started as a bit fun on training camp in Hazewinkle, Belgium, when coaches Tom Evens and Paul Keane decided to…