WALLINGFORD retained the Victor Ludorum with a dozen race wins at the British Masters Championship, writes JOHN WIGGINS

The club came away with 15 medals from their 33 entries in Nottingham.

The women’s C eight retained their title and, between them, won 21 golds over the two days.

Alice Brown and Jenny Taylor led the way with four each.

They were supported by Katie Kapernaros (3), Becky Waller (2), Karen Walker (2), cox, Rachael Haycock (2), Laura Forrest (2) and Emily Booker.

Rachel Edge and Julia Wilks each collected three golds in sculling events, while Pete King and Mike Edge won both D and C double sculls.

Charles Parry and Steve Pearson collected two golds apiece, while a further seven Wallingford men struck gold.

In quad sculls, Oxford Academicals won the women’s A novice, while a composite Abingdon and City of Oxford crew clinched the mixed A event.

St Edward’s alumni, Martyr’s BC, came away with two silvers.

Current Teddies pupils were at Reading Amateur Regatta, with their first crew winning the IM2 eights after despatching City of Oxford in the semi-final.

St Edward’s were also at the Star Regatta, Bedford, where they triumphed in four of their ten finals – J18 and J15 boys fours, novice women’s eights and J14 girls’ octuples.

Wallingford RC also had success at Reading with J16 singles (Georgia-Mae Frye) and junior doubles (Arthur Arnould and Alex Lyons) .

Oxford Blues Nik Hazell and Leo Carrington beat City of Oxford in the elite pairs final.

City’s Gwenn Carr excelled to win novice singles, while Lara Haward and Olivia Turner took the J13 doubles.

The previous day, City raced at Marlow Town where Haward was in the winning J13 quad as Bella Bowley and Josie Nash won both J14 and J15 doubles.

Radley College J14s divided themselves between Marlow, where they won the A and B quad sculls, and the Blenheim Junior Regatta where they were first and second in the quads.

Falcon RC’s juniors won four of their ten finals – Martin Benfeghoul (novice single), Josh Simmons and Joel Garden (novice double), Ed Sharp and Gabe Smith (J15 double) and Naomi Sharma in the Masters single scull.

At Blenheim, hosts Hinksey Sculling School took silver and two bronze, before seeing their boys J13 double come home for gold.

Headington Girls’ J13 quad triumphed, while the Dragon School had singles wins in the J13 (Harry Geffen) and J11 (Paul Apostilides).