Overall result (start trophy) CBHS 3rd overall on 26 points behind St Peters (43) and Hamilton Boys (36)
U18 Quad: Jack Lopas, Angus Foster, Sean Youngman, Luke Graham + Henry Shaw (Cox)
U18 Double: Jack Lopas, Angus Foster
U18 Single: Jack Lopas
U16 Eight: Sam Taylor, Ben Lissaman, Sam Baker, Tom Woelders, Matt White, Will Gilbert, Jack Sutton, James Dalzell + Henry Shaw (Cox)
U16 Four: Sam Baker, Ben Lissaman, Matt White, Will Gilbert, Jack Davidson (Cox)
U18 Eight: Sam Baker, Ben Lissaman, Angus Foster, Jack Lopas, Sean Youngman, Will Gilbert, Matt White, Luke Graham + Henry Shaw (Cox)
The three U18 Sculling Results (single, double and quad) gave CBHS and Jack Lopas a Clean sweep in all 3 Boys U18 Sculling Events – something never done before.
The last time CBHS won any under 18 event was in 1999 – taking 3 titles in one year is an outstanding result.
The last time CBHS medalled in the U18 Eight was also 1999.
These results overall give CBHS arguably their best year ever with 5 GOLDS and 1 Bronze – results from 1998 and 1999 are the only other years that come close.
A – Finals:
U16 Four #2 - 6th - Sam Taylor, Tom Woelders, Jack Sutton, James Dalzell and Tim Heritage (Cox)
U15 Eight – 6th - Angus Lill, Angus Gilbertson, Cameron Long, Harrison Langworthy, James Glover, Liam Bunting, Monty Izard, Harry Clarke and Tim Heritage (cox)
U15 Octuple - 6th - Angus Lill, Cameron Long, Harrison Langworthy, James Glover, Liam Bunting, Monty Izard, Liam Kilmore and Tim Heritage (cox)
U15 Four - 7th - James Glover, Harrison Langworthy, Monty Izard, Liam Bunting and Tim Heritage (cox)
B – Finals:
U18 Novice Double – 6th – Jack Chapman, Henry Craw
C - Finals:
U17 Double – 2nd – Hamish Lane, Tom Murray
D – Finals:
U17 Single – 4th – Hamish Lane