M3: Saved by the klaxon! An early klaxon due to a spectacular ejector crab elsewhere in Div 7 means M3 cannot possibly get spoons this Eights, and have all to play for tomorrow!
W2: Bumped St Hughs. Some unfortunate loss of seats in W2 saw a bump from St Hugh’s. However, they face little threat from a weak Somerville crew behind them, and like M3, enter the final day of Eights with all to play for.
M2: Bumped St Annes. In true M2 style, they got a quick bump, and now enter the final day of Eights with the very real prospect of achieving blades.
W1: Bumped Corpus AND Exeter AND ARE OFFICIALLY IN DIVISION TWO. By far today’s heroes, W1 made quick work of both crews, never having to row for more than 2 minutes. They too enter the final day of Eights with a chance of blades – and will be chasing an Osler crew who are on for spoons.
M1: Rowed-over. Despite heartbreaking canvassing, M1 rowed over behind Catz. Tomorrow they will get a second chance at Catz – although blades are now off the cards, M1 could still bump into Div 1 tomorrow, truly cementing their achievement as the highest ever ranking LMH M1.
Race times for tomorrow will be as follows:
We hope to see as many people for a day of sunshine, Pimms, and general LMHBC excitement tomorrow!