We're delighted to welcome FOUR new business partners into the club and thank them for their support for this coming season.

  • Energy Saving Lighting - are generously supporting the junior boys coaches and our junior regatta. 
    Paul Daly is the MD: contact him if you need to save some money on commercial lighting. ESL have already suggested ways that we can save money in the club with motion sensitive lighting in our boathouse. Find out more here http://www.energysavinglighting.org/
  • Kempton Carr Croft - Chartered Surveyors and Property Consultants based in Maidenhead and offices throughout the Thames Valley. KCC provides independent expertise, advice and services relating to commercial and residential property and land to help you with your important property decisions. http://www.kemptoncarr.co.uk/
  • Nene Overland - Now that the Stafferton Way Link Road has been opened, Nene Overland have well and truly arrived in Maidenhead. Located next to Lidl and opposite Homebase, plenty of drivers will see their displays of Land Rovers, Range Rovers, Cherokee Jeeps and my favourite the Ford Mustang. Nene Overland provides Sales, Service and Hire vehicles http://www.neneoverland.co.uk/ 
  • Vivid - You'll probably know them better as the very useful "Living Along The Thames" magazine that drops through your door every couple of months. You can read the latest issue here http://vividtitles.co.uk/magazine/


The kit ordering area of the website has been updated to add links to the LogoWear shop for land training kit here.

All orders received up to Monday 29th February 2016, will be produced the same week for delivery weekend of 4th/5th March.

In very blustery conditions on Saturday 6th February Maidenhead RC sent a large number of Juniors to Hampton Head on Saturday with 17 all-Maidenhead crews competing plus Victor Kleshnev and Abbie Bird racing in composite double scull pairings (and therefore for time only) in preparation for the forthcoming GB Junior trials. The course length is normally 3000m but it was shortened by 200m to avoid the section at the end which was most exposed to the wind.

The Maidenhead Rowing Club junior trip to compete in Saint Petersburg in Russia took place from 1st-6th October. The trip was conceived a year ago - Katerina Kleshneva, the lead boys coach at the club is a former Olympian originally from St. Petersburg and still has both family and rowing contacts in the city. Some very enthusiastic mums of juniors took soundings and before we knew it, the trip was on. Regular updates and itineraries were provided during the year.

This weekend, our Maidenhead Junior squad made up of 28 athletes (WJ14 – J18) and 6 coaches made their way up to Strathclyde in Scotland for their annual National Championships.


The highlights:
It was a fantastic weekend on all accounts (maybe the weather could have improved a little...), and it is certainly a trip that will be remembered by all. In summary, we came away from the event with 3 GOLDS and 1 SILVER. In addition to this, every athlete that competed qualified for the A and B finals. The weekend got even better when it was noted that the WJ14 4x+ had set a new championship record!

The weekend surely couldn't get any better, but it did...It was announced that the Maidenhead Girls had won the Victrix Victor Ludorum, an award given to the team who collect the most points in womens events over the weekend. After the prize giving, we were asked to stay behind and gather the Maidenhead Boys, we waited suspiciously... to hear that we had also been awarded the Victor Ludorum for the combined effort of the club! It was a very close call between us and our friendly neighbours Claires Court School who were just 1 point behind. Claires Court also had a fantastic weekend with 2 GOLDS, 2 SILVERS and 1 BRONZE. Overall, a very thrilling and rewarding weekend for both clubs.

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