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Trade 4s 2019

What a day! A brilliant day again at our annual trade 4’s. The tweed provided all conditions yesterday, and the weather was very kind to us. Well done to all 17 crews who took part in racing, we had 6 men’s, 6 mixed and 5 women’s crews. We hope to see you all next year.

Congratulation to our winning crews. men’s crew -marvel construction zero mixed crew -Victoria’s Victorian’s women’s crew -Hula Honey’s fancy dress winners Victoria’s Victorian’s also our wooden spoon winners men’s crew -Cool Rowing’s mixes crew -Tour de Tweed Women’s crew -Walk the Plank.

The support we receive from the town is absolutely amazing, the club is celebrating it’s 150th year and this event goes from strength to strength each year. Thank you so much to the local businesses for sponsoring the day & races without your continued support the trade 4s wouldn’t be the event it is today. Thank you to our sponsors Simpson’s malt, The River Tweed Whisky Company, C.J.Eke building, Jason Girdwood plastering & roofing, Berwickshire Housing Association, Premier Building, Jim Youngman Carpet, Greaves Weat & Ayre, Scott Capes, Avenue House Therapies, GMC Builders, Limitless, Hilary Cairns Book Keeping, Dan Aitken Plastering, WRM joinery, Tesco, CPR Healthcare, Lime Shoe and our main sponsor JT Doves Building Materials who are celebrating their 150th year too.

Also a huge thank you to each and everyone who helped, we appreciate it and without you all, this day would not be able to take place. A huge amount of work goes into make this day happen. All the members that give up their time to help, there are just far too many to thank but we hope you all know how much it means. A Massive thank you to Julie Riley Who is in charge of this event and makes it all happen. Thank you Julie, you do an amazing job. As a small club we really do thank you all for supporting us and making the trade 4s along with the rest of our 150th celebrations a year to remember.

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