The Reds and Blues were both in action at the event in Totnes. Saturdays racing was devoted to 500m sprint races, with the WEARA 1,000m championship events coming on Sunday. The Blues youngsters were on form, with the junior 13 crew of Harry Fanson, Ned Pettifer, Immy Paiano and James Evans, along with cox Lorna Colwill, taking first place in Saturdays sprint. Fanson teamed up with Barney Evans, Harrison Beer and Jamie Milsom for Sundays junior 14 boys championship race, with that foursome also coming home with a win. The championship racing saw the Blues finish second in three events, and third in four more. Toby Evans, Tom Picillo, Jack Berry and Charlie Colwill were second in both the junior 18 and junior 16 boys quad. The mens veteran four of Neil Pennington, Steve Clements, Nigel Cann and Coling Pennington also earned a second place finish. Third place finishes went to Barney Evans in the junior 14 scull, the junior 14 girls quad, junior 16 girls quad and the ladies senior C. It was very much a weekend for the ladies for Bideford Reds, with the clubs female rowers providing a massive contribution to the three race wins, two second places and two third place finishes on Saturday. Libbie Willis and Jess Giddy were successful in winning the womens open double sculls race, whilst the unbeaten junior 14 duo of Tilly Tucker and Nell Davies were again victorious in their double sculls race. Tucker and Davies then joined up with Cassie Skene-Smith, Beth Cooper and cox Chloe Pennington to win the Junior 15 quad fours race. Sundays racing saw Tucker, Davies, Skene-Smith and Hazel Fowler claim victory in the girls junior 14 quad over the 1,000m distance. The mens senior B crews pushed winners Totnes to the line, taking second and third place, whilst the ladies senior C four also picked up a well-earned second place behind the hosts.