Rowing on "fines"!

Date of Email18th May 2012Sent By:Matthew Maton-Howarth <captainofcoxes@gmail[dot]com>
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Hi everyone,

Jonathan, as always, is responsible for submission of any fines accumulated
through bumps for sub-optimal behaviour on the river.

This year, I would like to bring a classic Tab thing to Oxford rowing, that
is the daily submission of joke "fines" by the committee through VIIIs week
for amusing things that happen on the river. If this is unacceptable, then
apologies!!

**ROWING ON**
- Div 2, ChCh W3. Some stunning rowing was observed yet I believe it is
only right that the "fine" for the most crabs in a 1k piece goes to this
crew, including the incredible boat-stopping crab seen on the finish line.
A pint per crab should be owed to the cox for this spectacle- due at BCD!
- Div 4, Queens W2. For rowing an almost perfect line into and down the
Cherwell cut! A review of the differences between what a punt and what a
rowing boat looks like is recommended.
- Div 4, Jesus M4 bankrider. For bankriding dressed in full Viking dress.
Owed at least some respect for this feat!
- Div 5, Oriel Hoods' oarsmen. For rowing the course dressed as pirates
whilst listening to Pirates of the Carribean soundtrack over the cox-box.
The full Pirates soundtrack to be played at max volume from the boathouse
on Saturday of Bumps.

Congratulation to all crews successful today and to everyone, the best of
luck for racing next week. Stay safe and have a fantastic week!
Matt

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OURCs Captain of Coxes 2011-2012

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Hi everyone, 

Jonathan, as always, is responsible for submission of = any fines accumulated through bumps for sub-optimal behaviour on the river.=

This year, I would like to bring a classic Tab thing to Oxford rowi= ng, that is the daily submission of joke "fines" by the committee= through VIIIs week for amusing things that happen on the river. If this is= unacceptable, then apologies!!

**ROWING ON**
- Div 2, ChCh W3. Some stunning rowing was observed ye= t I believe it is only right that the "fine" for the most crabs i= n a 1k piece goes to this crew, including the incredible boat-stopping crab= seen on the finish line. A pint per crab should be owed to the cox for thi= s spectacle- due at BCD!
- Div 4, Queens W2. For rowing an almost perfect line into and down the Che= rwell cut! A review of the differences between what a punt and what a rowin= g boat looks like is recommended.
- Div 4, Jesus M4 bankrider. For bank= riding dressed in full Viking dress. Owed at least some respect for this fe= at!
- Div 5, Oriel Hoods' oarsmen. For rowing the course dressed as pirates= whilst listening to Pirates of the Carribean soundtrack over the cox-box. = The full Pirates soundtrack to be played at max volume from the boathouse o= n Saturday of Bumps.

Congratulation to all crews successful today and to every= one, the best of luck for racing next week. Stay safe and have a fantastic = week!
Matt

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Matthew Maton-Howarth
OURCs Captain of Coxes 2011-2012
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Purchase your rowing stash = from SHIRTWORKS on Cowley Road.
Email shop@shirtworks.co.uk or call 01865 251 944 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
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