But there is not such great news for other teams in the region.
The crew, who also row for Take advantage of Roy, were competing within the junior women#8217;s quadruple sculls#8217; Gemstone Jubilee Challenge Cup.
As well as in exactly the same category, St Neots Rowing Club were defeated with a length by an eight from Town of Oxford Rowing Club.Within the student men#8217;s eights Temple Challenge Cup, the composite Clare Boat Club and Hughes Hall Boat Club from Cambridge were beaten by Yale College by four measures.
And Alice Thompson, Rebecca Welch, Helena O#8217;Donnell and Kate Lyster created a dominant display because they gained a remarkable five-length make an impression on Pangbourne College.
Cantabrigian Rowing Club#8217;s men#8217;s eight were beaten one-and-a-quarter measures by Germany#8217;s Rudern, Tennis und Hockey Club Bayer Leverkusen within the first round from the Thames Challenge Cup.