The Junior Quad of Richard Clarke and Oli Knight in a composite with Westminster took top honours at the Fours Head on Saturday and our other junior quad was 4th, showing great strength in depth. Walton's Elite Lightweights started an incredible 3rd on the river, and only Leander's second boat got past them as they finished 5th in their division. That gave us two boats in the top 25, firmly putting Walton in the Premier League with Leander, London, Molesey, Scullers and Imperial. The girls junior quad came 10th.

In the Masters Fours Head, we had 3 wins. The D quad won their division by nearly a minute, but the coxless four agonisingly lost out by just over 1 second to a very good Quintin crew. The mixed quad of Steve Heywood, Carol Cornell, Mike Bishop and Ali Jackson stormed through the field, overtaking many of the men's crews to win their division. It was a first time coxing on the Tideway for Izzy Fish, but she coped well with the rough conditions to steer her crew of Anna Lass, Megan Addis, Nicola Jordan and Katherine Tonks to a win in Novice quads too. The men's Novice quad came 2nd in their class.