THERE were celebrations for City of Oxford, Abingdon and Wallingford at the Henley Town and Visitors Regatta, writes John Wiggins.

Oxford junior Will Tinegate continued his fine form by winning the senior IM3 event.

The girls double of Sinead Turner-Frick and Brona Ruiseal not only triumphed ahead of Wallingford in the WJ14 class, but provided further excitement by racing one another for the WJ14 single title.

Turner-Frick prevailed with Ruiseal coming second.

Abingdon’s Charlotte Rowley and Leonie Watson matched this by winning the WJ15 doubles, before Rowley took the win over Watson in the singles.

Both clubs did well in senior singles, with Abingdon’s James Sudlow winning IM1 and City’s James Green the IM2 event.

In doubles, Abingdon’s Ross Fergus and Alex Martin comfortably took the IM1 category, but in the J15 event, the all Wallingford final had to be re-rowed after a dead heat.

Ben Sumner and Richard Mangion then overcame Ed DeVetta and Stan Whitty by a length to decide the title.

Wallingford had further success with wins in the IM1 coxless and IM2 coxed fours.

St Edward’s School alumni, Martyrs, team up with Upper Thames to win the Masters C quad sculls, while Oxford college crews also had success.

Merton won the novice men’s four,s with Lucas Koch also winning the novice singles.

Wolfson landed the women’s IM3 fours while their former student Elo Luik, now racing for Molesey, completed a double in the novice and IM3 singles.

l Radley College featured significantly in the Great Britain junior team, who triumphed at the European Coupe de la Jeunesse Regatta on Belgium’s Hazewinkel course.

James Innes-Ker and Joshua Bowesman-Jones were in the four that won gold on both days, while in the eight, Max Dunlap took part in two tight finals, upgrading from bronze on the Saturday to gold on Sunday.

Headington School’s Lucy Pullinger and Frances Curtis, in the pair, won silver and bronze medals in successive days.

Competing in the eight, the duo missed the gold by 0.24secs.

Radley’s Archie McChesney (coxed four) and Headington’s Danielle Semple (quad) represent Britain at the World Junior Championships this week in Lithuania.

Headington’s Mattea Wuetrich is competing for Switzerland in the single scull.