|President – Mason Durant
Mason is in his 3rd year studying Geography. He enjoyed his most successful year to date last year, racing at many international and domestic regattas, with highlights including winning the Prince Albert Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta, and racing for Great Britain at the U23 World Championships, Dusiburg Regatta and the World University Championships. He is also a three times British Universities Champion. He believes that the programme at Newcastle and the influence of the Head Coach have been crucial in his development as an athlete.
|Secretary – Richard Copsey|
|Richard is in his third year at Newcastle. He joined as a novice in his first year in which he competed in some of the top events in the country and has since moved into the senior squad. He enjoys the close knit and social squad at Newcastle. After a disappointing season last year mostly spent injured he is hoping for a successful and injury free year.|
|Treasurer – William Reid Will is in his 4th year of rowing at NUBC as a senior, having rowed as a junior for 6 years previously. The step up in his performance on arrival was unbelievable and has continued to improve every season since. This has brought opportunities to race at both a national and international level. He believe this is mainly due to the training program but could not have done it without the social side of the sport. Some of his best friends at uni have been made through the boat club. He has really enjoyed his time as a member of the senior squad and will be sad to leave at the end of the season|
|Senior Men’s Captain – Charles D’Oncieu|
|Alumni Officer – Piers Pye-Watson|
|Sponsorship – Thomas Waite
Thomas is in his 3rd year, studying Surveying and Mapping Science. He is currently in the senior men’s squad having started rowing in his first year as a novice. He is currently the clubs sponsorship secretary and in his spare time studying for his HNC in mayhem having studied under the most senior Professor in mayhem Steven Nile.
|Projects Officer – Abby Johnston
Abby is in her 2nd year at university studying Modern Languages. Having rowed for 5 years at school level, with successes at national and international level, she went straight into the Senior squad on arriving and had a promising first year winning 2 golds, 2 bronze and a silver at BUSA regatta and qualifying for the European University Championships. Abby hopes to improve upon these results this year, and would also like to attend Great Britain trials.