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Barnes & Mortlake Regatta – Draw Changes

Adjustments continue to be made to the draw that was published on Monday. There is a document linked from the regatta's web page that contains the details  of the specific changes that have taken place.  A full replacement draw and race timetable will be posted on Thursday evening.

By | June 8th, 2016|Barnes & Mortlake, Regatta|

Barnes & Mortlake Regatta – Draw & Race Timetable now published.

Version 1 of the Draw and Race Timetable have now been published.  Please visit http://maabc.com/barnes-mortlake-regatta/ for details and all the regatta documentation.

By | June 7th, 2016|Barnes & Mortlake, Regatta|

Exciting news from the Captain – she actually won something!

Thank you for the profuse outpouring of congratulatory presents of champagne and flowers which doubtless are in transit after the magnificent win at Twickenham Regatta on Saturday.  Seriously please do not spend too much -  but again if you want to be in contention for athlete of the year you know what to do!   Turning to matters which are much closer to my heart we have had two weekends of racing which is marvellous - what is most encouraging is the massive steps forward which we as a club are making.  Gosh the only thing I was a little [...]

By | June 1st, 2016|Captain's Blog|

Barnes & Mortlake Regatta – State of Entries (updated 03/06)

There are currently (03/06/16) 154 entries for this year's Barnes and Mortlake Regatta.  If you'd like to see what events currently have entries, and how many entries then please click here.

By | May 29th, 2016|Barnes & Mortlake, Regatta|

Captain’s ramblings

Afternoon all ’ hope you all enjoyed the terrific weather on Saturday – just as an fyi this time last year when we held Borne Regatta at Mortlake we had to anchor our gazebo down with weights to stop it flying off the balcony – so it was so enjoyable to have the regatta bathed in sunshine for a change. I would like to thank Nina and her team for a fabulous regatta WOW such a lot of work from unsung heroes! Thank you.  The Club has had such a lot of activity that I can hardly keep track of [...]

By | May 13th, 2016|Captain's Blog|

Kirsty Durman: Running London Marathon

Club member Kirsty Durman will be running the London Marathon to raise money for Mind, a charity supporting people living with mental health problems and their families. The charity provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem, campaigning to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. Any donation no matter how small, would be most gratefully received! https://www.justgiving.com/Kirsty-Durman1

By | March 22nd, 2016|Uncategorized|