2014 / 15 Calendar
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Trafford RC has been rowing on the Bridgewater Canal since 1957 and is the only rowing club in South Manchester. We are a growing, friendly club who row competitively as well as just for fun or fitness. We do take our racing seriously, but we don't take ourselves so seriously that we lose the friendly atmosphere of our club. New members are made to feel welcome and we have active recreational, veteran, and junior sections, as well as the men's and women's senior squads.
Latest News section. Or why not have a look at our new Club Kit web page? We have details of all of Trafford RC's results on our Race Results page, and you can see who has won Trafford RC's own awards and honours on our new Club Awards page. We also have a dedicated Junior Rowing web page. We are hoping to have more photos and even video streaming in the not too distant future, but in the meantime please feel free to browse our website.
If you are an experienced oarsman, or if you just want to have a go one weekend, please contact the Captain via the Club Contacts page.
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Media and Publicity
Trafford Rowing Club24.7.14
Simon and I entered Henley Masters this year,with the aim of getting through to Saturday. With some good training sessions in the weeks beforehand we were quietly confident that we could do well.
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Congratulations to Andy Sykes and Simon Weeks winning D2x at Henley Masters. This is the first ever Henley win for the rowing club.
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Those of you down at the weekend will see that the fence has now been erected on the towpath and unfortunately no padlock has been provided. However, the compound at the end of car park by the model railway is permanently manned by a security guard, who is happy to unbolt the fence to allow access.