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The President of Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club (CUWBC) spoke to students at King's Ely just days after the crew won The Boat Race on Ely’s River Great Ouse.
Sophie Paine, who has been president of CUWBC since August 2020, visited on April 7 to meet staff and students from King’s Ely Boat Club.
Having talked about CUWBC’s preparations for The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, she said: "It was special to share the success with rowers who know what it’s like to row on the Ouse. Best of luck to all of the rowers in the future.”
King’s Ely also housed crew members from Oxford University Boat Club (OUBC) in the week leading up to the race.
Kaitlyn Dennis, president of Oxford University Women’s Boat Club, said: “Between training sessions and media engagements, the squad spent the week at King’s Ely.
“The grounds are beautiful and the staff made us feel very welcome. We are very thankful for their hospitality and for keeping us well fuelled.”
AFTER an eight-year stint as President of the Melbourne Football Club, Glen Bartlett has decided to stand down from his position, handing the reins to current Vice-President, Kate Roffey.
Bartlett made the announcement at the President’s Club function prior to the Dees’ Round 4 victory over Geelong, with Roffey taking charge effective immediately.
The club’s first female President, who is the Director of Deals, Investments and Major Projects at Wyndham City, is well positioned to accept the increased responsibilities after seven years of work on the board.
Roffey has had a wealth of experience in her professional career, with a background as CEO of the Committee of Melbourne, CEO of Vicsport, and Manager of the Melbourne Park Redevelopment for Tennis Australia.
Her sporting profile is equally as impressive, as she was formerly a Biomechanist at the Australian Institute of Sport, and an athlete as a volleyballer and rower.
While Roffey’s appointment will bring an exciting new flair to the club, it’s always an emotional time seeing a great Melbourne person depart.
“It’s been a true privilege to be only the 21st President of this football club for the last eight years,” Bartlett said on Sunday afternoon.
“It requires dedication…