Great Marlow School Boat Club (GMSBC) were involved in their most successful regatta ever on Saturday as their crews reached 14 separate finals.

The school entered over 20 crews for the Marlow Town Regatta and had plenty to celebrate as they won six different events.

The positive results delighted head coach, Fergus Murison, who took time to praise both the school’s students and vocal support.

He said: “Every local crew wants to represent their school and their rowing club well at their home Regattas and Great Marlow School certainly achieved that this weekend.

“Every year group raced in finals and I am very proud of the way in which they represented the schools at Marlow Town Regatta.

“The enclosure seemed to be full of vocal GMSBC supporters which always helps the crews in the final push to the finish.”

GMSBC made a fine start to the day with the senior boys eight enjoying a half-length victory over Sir William Borlase.

Their success was matched by their girls four who beat Falcon Rowing club in their final before the Year 8 quad teams finished first and third in their events.

It was a clean sweep for the Year 9 rowers as all of GMSBC’s crews made it to their respective finals.

That feat was matched by the Year 10 boats where their girls narrowly missed out on a gold medal after finishing second.

In the Year 10 quad race GMSBC’s A quad produced a thoroughly impressive row to finish second while the B quad went one better to claim gold.

The school’s Year 11s were in unstoppable form as they won both the girls four and the boys eight races with highly composed performances.