Catz Cardinals 2015


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Lent Bumps 2015

Lent Bumps starts on Wednesday 25rd February and we have 4 Catz crews participating. M1 and W1 are racing in the respective first divisions, M2 are starting as head of the men's third division, (so will hopefully also be rowing in the men's second division) and W2 are racing in the women's third/men's fourth division. Hover over a result to see if a race report is available. Click on the crew name to see its members.

  Division Day 1 (Wed) Day 2 (Thu) Day 3 (Fri) Day 4 (Sat)
M1 M1
4.40pm
Bumped by
Peterhouse I
Bumped by
Kings I
Bumped by
Robinson I
Bumped by
Girton I 
W1 W1
4pm 
Bumped by
Queens I
Bumped by
Newnham I
Bumped by
Murray Edwards I
Bumped by
Pembroke I
M2 M2
3.20pm 
Row-Over - - -
M3
2pm 
Row-Over Bumped by
Emmanuel II
 
Bumped by
Clare II
Bumped by
Churchill II
W2 W3/M4
1.20pm 
Bumped by
Murray Edwards III
 
Bump on
Murray Edwards III
 
Row-Over Bumped by
Darwin II


For information on where to watch the bumps from see 
here. Division times are here.
Follow the action on the radio at http://bumps.camfm.co.uk/ and see official results here

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Lent Bumps 2015: M2 Day Four

As it turns out, Churchill were even faster than Clare.

We had another pretty reasonable start, and had a great push around first post, but going down the gut, Churchill inched nearer and nearer. Our kill bought us a few seconds, but their higher power output meant our fate was sealed as we headed around grassy.

Tash did a great job coxing under tough conditions yet again, and she held off the concession as long as was feasible, but soon contact was made and we were left to pull in. Credit to the very fast Churchill crew, it was a great effort.

I have really enjoyed captaining M2 this term, and we are all looking forward to training over Easter, and coming back even stronger for Mays. Also, shout out to our fantastic coach, Simon Wright, for which this is his last full term in Cambridge. We wish him all the best.

Till Mays! #ForTheWheel

Lent Bumps 2015: W2 Day Four

Alas, it wasn't to be. It was windy and we didn't fancy the rowover so we thought we'd sprint off the line and see if we could get Murray Edwards on First Post Reach (after all, everything seems to happen on First Post Reach these days). Unfortunately the dent we made on Murray Edwards wasn't close to the dent Darwin made on us, and they got us (on First Post Reach). The Darwin crew were strong; I think they would have bladed had we not escaped them on day 2.

All in all it's been a good term for W2. Getting on was an achievement in itself and winning the club's only bump this week was nice. In the lowest divisions it is very hard to gain any momentum due to the number of chaotic variables (crabs, gates coming undone, seats coming off...). W2 should be very proud of themselves, particularly those (the majority) who have only been rowing a matter of months. I look forward to W2's triumphant return next term in the Mays!

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