Events the club expects to compete at, including all H&D ARA fixtures and club rowing related meetings and events plus Rowing Association meetings including H&DARA, Wessex Regional Rowing Council & IW Forum.
Reports and results will be shown in the Blog.
Isle of Wight Rowing Forum Quarterly Meeting and Annual General Meeting.
A quarterly meeting of the Isle of Wight Rowing Forum - the organisation of Isle of Wight Rowing Clubs - will take place in the back bar of the Ryde R. C. Clubhouse and will include the Forums Annual General Meeting.
The Club is planning a trip to Henley Royal Regatta this year - on Wednesday, 28th June, 2017.
The round trip will be made in the Clubs Minibus - and will cost £65 for RRC members - and £75 for non-members. This will include your return boat fare, parking at Henley (right next to the Regatta), entry into the Stewards enclosure and entry into Leander Rowing Club. Note there is a strict dress code for entry into both of these establishments.
Due to the limitations on how many can travel in the minibus this trip is limited to the first seventeen to request a place. A deposit may be required.
On Saturday 22nd April we are going to the Newbury races for a fun day out.
The ticket price covers the cost of all travel, entrance fee into the race course, £10 towards your food and drink, a race card and £3 bet.
The cost for this is only £45 per head and we have 17 spaces only - some this is strictly first come first served.
If you would like to come then let Dave Redstone know either by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 07788 235138.
Indoor rowing challenge. For Cancer Research UK. Ryde Rowing Club in partnership with Churchers Solicitors
Indoor rowing challenge for Cancer Research UK.
Ryde Rowing Club in partnership with Churchers Solicitors.
British Rowing has joined forces with Cancer Research UK for “The Great Row”.
Cancer Research UK and British Rowing are encouraging thousands across the nation to take on an indoor rowing challenge.
Ryde Rowing Club – in partnership with Churchers Solicitors in Ryde – are joining this challenge – to raise funds for Cancer Research UK and the Club.
The Challenge is taking place at Churchers Solicitors office in Union Street, Ryde on -
Saturday, 25th March – from 10.00am to 4.00pm
- where members of the Club’s Ladies Squad – and others – will complete a full marathon on indoor rowing machines.
The public are welcome to “come and have a go” – and there will be a cake sale and a raffle.
Please come along and give us your support for this great cause or make a donation at - https://fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/rrc-great-row
“Every two minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer, which is why we need to pull together, get active, commit to a challenge and raise as much money as possible to help bring forward the day that all cancers are cured.”
IW based meeting to discuss Coach Development on the IW for the IW Clubs - in particular the possibility of staging an IW based Session Coach course - but also all and any other aspects of Coach Development for Island Clubs.
This meeting has been arranged for 7.00pm at RYDE ROWING CLUB on TUESDAY, 31st JANUARY - with Kerry attending.
All IW Clubs will be represented - and anyone interested in Rowing Coach development on the IW is welcome to attend.
ITCHEN IMPERIAL ROWING CLUB.
Autumn Sprint Junior Regatta.
Saturday 8th October 2016.
Races planned for all events from J12 to J16.
There will be two sections for each race, one for experienced rowers and one for inexperienced. (Inexperienced rowers are deemed as having either never raced before) Please indicate which category you rowers fit into on your entries. • With reference to 2x and 4x, coaches are requested to make a realistic decision as to which category a crew should race in.* • This regatta is primarily aimed at River boats, however, if you are entering Coastal boats, please ensure that your entries are marked clearly. It is likely that any coastal boats will need to be combined into races with river boats and treated on equal terms unless there are sufficient entries to warrant a separate race. • It has been decided to continue with the ageing category of the previous year i.e. rowers will not change age category as at 1st September. • All crews J12 and below can be mixed crews. • If you have competitors under J12, please include them on your entries and we will endeavour to accommodate them where possible. However, Coaches are asked to ensure that all rowers are competent and confident enough to get to the Start line. • Maximum of two entries per child.**
Entry Fee £4.00 per seat - Excluding coxswains
Entries Close : Friday 30th September 2016
All entries by email only to: email@example.com