SUNDAY 28TH FEBRUARY 2021

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You won't be surprised to learn that the 2021 Head of the Trent has been cancelled. We look forward to welcoming you in 2022.

DIVISION 1 (10 am - 5500 m)

Eights : Open, Open J18, Open J16, Women Masters

Coxed Fours : Women, Open J18, Open Masters

Coxless Fours : Women, Open J18, Open Masters

Quadruple Sculls : Women, Open J18, Open J16, Open Masters

DIVISION 2 (12.30 pm - 3800 m)

Eights : Open Beginners, Women Beginners, Open J15, Women J15

Coxed Fours : Open Beginners, Women Beginners, Open Masters Beginners, Women Masters Beginners

Octuple Sculls : Open J15, Women J15, Open J14, Women J14

Coxed Quadruple Sculls : Open J15, Women J15, Open J14, Women J14

Quadruple Sculls : Open Beginners, Women Beginners, Open Masters Beginners, Women Masters Beginners

DIVISION 3 (3 pm - 5500 m)

Eights : Women, Women J18, Women J16, Open Masters

Coxed Fours : Open, Women J18, Women Masters

Coxless Fours : Open, Women J18, Women Masters

Quadruple Sculls : Open, Women J18, Women J16, Women Masters

ENTRIES are via BR Online Entry at £11 per rowing seat (online payment only).

ORDER OF RACING: the first ten competitors in Divisions 1 and 3 will hold their places from the previous year as far as possible, otherwise competitors will race within their allocated bands. For safety reasons, the number of entries in each division may be capped (priority given to paid entries).

MASTERS' EVENTS: for each boat class (and for open and women's events separately), every masters age category in which at least two crews race will be eligible for a trophy. For a given boat type, any age categories that contain only a single crew will compete for the 'headship on handicap' for that boat class - i.e. they will win if they beat, on handicapped time, ALL other masters crews in that class of boat.

JUNIOR EVENTS: the organisers reserve the right to amalgamate Junior categories as appropriate to form a race, or to move to an appropriate Senior event.

BEGINNER EVENTS: each individual competitor must have a PRI of 10 or less and no legacy status points.

PRESENTATION OF PRIZES will be in Nottingham Rowing Club at 5 pm, where trophies will be awarded to all event winners. Note that pots will only be awarded for an event where at least two crews actually race (except for masters 'headships on handicap' as described above).

CONTACT: trenthead@nottinghamcityregatta.org.uk

CLOSE OF ENTRIES: Noon on Sunday 21st February (or earlier if the event is full). The draw will be at 13:00 in Nottingham RC.

Held under British Rowing Rules, British Rowing Rules of Racing and Row Safe