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Gone but not forgotten

Every year possible clubs on our local stretch of the river Thames gather for the Hyne Cup, a private match in memory of John Hyne, a member of Weybridge Rowing Club and Sergeant of the RAF Volunteer Reserve who was killed in World War II.

Sunday's Hyne Cup organised by Walton Rowing Club, saw entries coming from Weybridge Rowing Club, Weybridge Ladies ARC and Walton RC. Raced over 2 divisions, we were very lucky with the weather and river conditions, although the wind picked up for the second division.

Well done to all of our juniors who joined in with the event in eights, octos, fours and quads – all racing experience is good. Several of the results were a very close run thing!

  • Hyne Cup is for the fastest 8+ overall – won by Walton (WLT) Op.8+ in a raw time of 09:27

  • Allwork Cup to the fastest men’s 'Novice' 8 – won by Weybridge (WEY) J18s in 09:48

  • Master Challenge Cup goes to the fastest men’s Masters’ 8 with handicap – won by Walton Mas.F8+ with an adjusted time of 08:54 and our Weybridge (WEY) MasG8+ missing out by 7 seconds!

  • Henry Stebbings Cup for the fastest women’s 8 – won by Weybridge Ladies (WEL) WMas.C8+ with a raw time of 10:57

  • Murtough Cup to the fastest women’s Masters’ 8 with handicap – won by Walton (WLT) MasE.8+ in an adjusted time of 10:24 and our Weybridge (WEY) WMas.G8+ missing out by 2 seconds!

  • Robin Mercer Trophy goes to the fastest women’s 'Novice' 8 – won by Walton WNov.A8+ with a raw time of 12:13 – Weybridge WNov.8+ missing out by 2 seconds!

For previous years' results and to learn a little of the history behind the Hyne Cup, go to


And of course not forgetting also this month, four Weybridge eights entered and raced this year's Quintin Head on Sunday, January 29th. A total of 36 members ranging in age from 14 to 75 competed in this event:

"What an amazing reflection of our local community," says Captain Kay Eggleton.


All WEY results are posted at

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