Isle of Ely Rowing Club


Cambridge Winter League

The third and final leg of the Cambridge Winter League on Sunday 6th March brought well deserved success for IoERC. The Club's Women's VIII won their IM3 category and the Women's J18 Quad not only won their category but were the fastest women's quad overall. An excellent performance by these and all our competitors.

Huntingdon Head 2015

Congratulations to -

Callum McCulloch who won J17 1x beating someone who has consistently won over the last season by 5 seconds.

Emily May who beat her nearest rival by over two minutes to win WJ17 1x

Lucy Whiteside who beat her nearest WJ15 1x competitor by 15 seconds. Lucy has only raced twice in her single and has won both times!!

Sudbury Regatta Junior Successes

Many congratulations to our Sudbury winners:

 J14 1x - Alex Millard 
 WJ16 1x - Emily May  

Cambridge Town Bumps 2015

Isle of Ely had a successful week at the Cambridge Town Bumps finishing second in the John Jenner Trophy behind St Neots.  

Read more: Cambridge Town Bumps 2015

World Rowing U23 Champs

U23 Women's Four (BW4-) - FinalHolly Hill was part of the GB women's four who won bronze at the World Rowing U23 Championships.  Holly joined Melissa Wilson, Emily Ford and Sam Courtney to claim GBs first medal in Plovdiv, Bulgaria on 25 July 2015.

For the full report on the race go to the World Rowing website


About us

We are a relatively new club founded in 2004.  The club was born out of the Diamond44 celebrations which marked the 60th anniversary of the 1944 University Boat Race rowed at Ely. The Club colours, dark blue for Oxford and light blue for Cambridge, symbolise this connection. We serve Ely and the area north of Cambridge

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