Please find the minutes from the AGM meeting held on 13th December 2017 here.


Rob Brockwell


The Adaptive (Para) Rowing launch on 10 September was a great success. Many thanks to the many members of the club who turned out to support the event. 

We hosted 22 adaptive rowers and novices: 9 from Invictus GB team; 7 from visiting clubs (Marlow, Guildford, Worcester, Cantabrigian, Twickenham); 2 Maidenhead L2R; and 4 potential new members.

GB para rowers Andy Houghton and Naomi Riches kindly joined us for prize giving.

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Maidenhead rowing club's Senior Men again prequalified for this years Wyfold Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta: members of the squad have qualified and rowed in the Wyfold each year they have entered, 2013, 2014 and 2016.

HenleyRR Men1

The crew started the year entering fours Head of the River Race, as well as Henley 4's & 8's head where they finished with the fastest provisional time.

Ahead of Henley the squad competed at Wallingford Regatta, Marlow international Regatta and the Metropolitan Regatta, placing 2nd on Sunday in Tier 3 coxless fours.

HenleyRR Men2This year the Wyfold Challenge Cup saw 60 club entries, including international crews from Germany, Australia and the United States of America. Only 32 qualified to race. Maidenhead enjoyed early success beating Radely Mariners on Wednesday with a verdict of 2 lengths.

Thursday's heat saw stiff competition against Thames Rowing Club.

Initially Maidenhead enjoyed an early lead with a quick time to the barrier but ultimately where taken  by Thames who went on to compete at the Semi-finals on Saturday, narrowly losing against this years winner, Sport Imperial.

Hi All

Seems a while since we did an update so here goes!!


Firstly many thanks for to the organisers and volunteers that made the Junior Regatta such a huge success yesterday. It was a great showcase for what Maidenhead can do! There was some great racing with Maidenhead contesting several well fought finals, with Abbie, Amelia, Bethyn, Olivia and Ione in the cox seat winning the WJ13B event. 

Having had the benefit of being in the Umpire’s launch I was really impressed with the quality of all the Maidenhead crews, indeed all the umpires I carried remarked on how well the Maidenhead crews were sculling, a huge testament to them and the coaching teams behind them. Also big thanks to Robert Treharne-Jones (the Voice of Rowing!) for commentating and Jack Beaumont for the prize giving. Their presence made it a very special occasion.

Whilst this was going on we had a number of crews at the Junior Sculling Regatta at Dorney where again Maidenhead were successful.

The WJ15 girls entered four Double Sculls and a Single for the Junior Sculling Regatta at Dorney. The WJ15 Double Scull of Alexandra & Charlotte were the fastest boat in the time trial and then won the gold medal in the A final by the huge margin of 12 seconds with a phenomenal performance. Teresa and Esther came 5th in the B final but were the second fastest '2nd' boat overall. Tabatha & Serena and Tilly & Lizzie didn't get through the time trial but Tabatha and Serena only just missed the B final and were the third fastest '2nd' boat overall. Victoria, in her first ever singles race, qualified for the WJ15 A final and was leading the race at 1500m before catching a crab and capsizing in difficult conditions in the last 150m while in a medal position. Still an absolutely outstanding effort!

There was also a fantastic performance from the Junior Boys! Three Golds: for Harrison in J17 1x (23s faster than the next sculler); Ethan and Lewis in J17 2x and Sean in J18 1x (12s faster than the next sculler)! One Silver medal for Seth and Hugo in J15 2x (only 0.32 s off the winners)! 4th, 6th and 8th place in J17 2x, J16 1x and J15 1x for Daniel, Will, Sergio and Stephen. Well done boys!