Three club members raced at the Home International Regatta in Cardiff: Jonathan Williams for England, and Zoe Davies and Carrie Thomas for Wales.
Following on from his silver medal at the British Rowing Championships the previous weekend, Jonathan had been selected to race in his single and the quad, winning the former by a comfortable margin.
Carrie overcame illness in the week leading up to the event to race in a coxless four and eight, finishing third in the eight and fourth in the four.
Zoe coxed the Welsh men's coxed four that finished second behind England, which was the Star Club crew that had won the Brit at HRR, adding three points to the team total. The men's eight, again coxed by Zoe (and stroked by Pat Lapage from Harvard's winning Ladies Plate crew), then went into their race knowing that Wales had won the senior men's team trophy for the first time in fifty years. It was an intense race, with all four crews level to 750 netres. The Welsh boat put in a move, and the Irish followed, with the two crews going neck and neck to the line. The photo finish showed the Welsh had won by a foot.