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Scottish Junior Sculling Head, Strathclyde Park, 2019

At the inaugural self-styled “Scottish Junior Sculling Head”, held over a 1900 metre (!) course at the Scottish National Rowing Centre, Strathclyde Park, Motherwell, ASRA scullers won an impressive total of 3 gold, 7 silver and 8 bronze medals in a field involving most of Scotland’s top rowing clubs and came second to George Watson’s College in the overall Victor Ludorum ranking, pushing their normal nemeses Glasgow Schools into third place.


  • Men’s Junior 18 Coxless Quads : Scott Lewis, Xander Beeson, Oscar Forbes & Matthew Hughson
  • Women’s Junior 16 Double Sculls: Maisie Aspinall & Zoe Beeson
  • Women’s Junior 16 Single Sculls: Maisie Aspinall


  • Men’s Junior 18 Double Sculls: Oscar Forbes & Matthew Hughson
  • Men’s Junior 16 Coxless Quads: Alex Fowler, Joe Ritchie, Will Cooper & William Lawson
  • Men’s Junior 14 Double Sculls: Harris Pearce & Magnus Heidenreich
  • Men’s Junior 14 Sculls (B); Harris Pearce
  • Women’s Junior 16 Coxless Quads: Maisie Aspinall, Zoe Beeson, Freya Hughson & Sophia Brew
  • Women’s Junior 14 Coxed Quads: Emily Simpson, Charlotte Arthur, Ella Johnston & Phoebe McCraith, coxed by Christy Probart
  • Women’s Junior 14 Double Sculls: Emily Simpson & Charlotte Arthur


  • Men’s Junior 18 Coxless Quads: Michel Dearsley, Ashley Geddes, William penny & Harris Macdonald
  • Men’s Junior 18 Double Sculls (equal third) : Michel Dearsley & Harris Macdonald/Alex Beeson & Scott Lewis
  • Men’s Junior 18 Single Sculls; Matthew Hughson
  • Men’s Junior 18 Single Sculls (B): Euan Fowler
  • Men’s Junior 16 Double Sculls: Alex Fowler & Will Cooper
  • Women’s Junior 14 Double Sculls; Ella Johnston & Erin Gibson
  • Women’s Junior 14 Single Sculls: Emily Simpson
Aberdeen Fours Head Races 2019
Bob Neill Scottish Schools' HORR 2019

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