LOCAL clubs tasted success at the Wallingford Long Distance Sculls, writes John Wiggins.

Wallingford RC, Abingdon RC, Abingdon School and Radley College battled for silverware at the event, which attracted more than 500 boats.

Olivia White, Anna Grace, Freya Sharp and Bethan Morrison triumphed for the hosts, winning the J16 quad.

Mary Murray, also of Wallingford, clinched the women’s masters single sculls.

Clubmates Alice Brown and Julia Wilks were the fastest Masters E double and overall winners.

Wallingford’s boys J16 doubles and open men’s singles crews claimed second places.

Abingdon School took second and third places in both the J18 and J16 quads, as well as fourth in the J18 single.

Abingdon RC’s J15 boys were second in the short course quad and Caitlin Donaldson was third in the open single scull.

Radley College dominated the senior double sculls with all their rowers in the top three as the combination of Felix Reynish and Freddie Nielsen took victory.

They also took second in the quads, while Felix Rawlinson was fourth in the open singles.