Headington School rowers are still celebrating after starring for Great Britain in a junior international match against France at Nantes.
After winning the British selection trials in Nottingham last month , the Headington girls J16 quad of Danielle Semple, Maya Nickituk, Lydia Currie, Rosie Little did their countrry proud, The girls won by more than sixth lengths, the biggest margin of victory in the match.
They were part of a successful British team, who secired victories in 12 of the 15 contests.
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