So it is agreed, 6 seat is the best - all-round specimens.
Definitely the 2013 HotR placings will reflect the quality of each boat's six seat, which, talking as a Grammar father, unfortunately does not give much hope to the SGS crew where last year's 2nd VIII six seat will find it hard to fill the monstrous shoes left by one of the most impressive 1st VIII six seats of all time (significant erg training and plastic surgery will be required).
Speak for yourself Inside Shoulder all the coszwains i know are alpha males with ruthless disicpline over the crew
I can definitely relate, haha, however probably not as many moons.One from many moons ago.
I believe so.
I would like him to but its his decision.I can definitely relate, haha, however probably not as many moons.
Just reading over the previous comments your son should definitely stick to rowing. As a supporter I would love to see the SGS boatshed continue its improving form and he sounds as if he would help!
Surely Newington need to win it in 2013 - their sesquicentenary?i hear that Newington have uncovered a tallent in the form of a youngster named Edward Pollit. It seems he is the new talk of the GPs rowing town, with his size, height and aesthetics he will probably be the New Boys first choice stroke.
Now before this forum gets completely thrown off topic with grammar boys trying to bamboozle everyone with their extended vocabulary, I think it's time for an accurate prediction of what is to come.
I thought I would just give a fair prediction, rather than one plagued with biasThank you very much for your "accurate prediction" - finally a breath of fresh air!! I think you summed it up quite well in that all schools have the potential to pull out something big this season.
However, your prediction was more or less exactly the same as those of the supposed "grammar boys" sans the "extended vocabulary" and therefore arguably worse.