CUCBC Trophies

  1. That Bronze Medals be awarded to the following oarsmen and oarswomen:
    1. The Head of the River crews in the May Races.
    2. The Head of the River crews in the Lent Races.
    3. The winning crew of the University Light Fours.
    4. The winner of the Colquhoun Sculls.
    5. The winner of the Delafield Sculls.
    6. The winning crew of the Magdalene Pairs Race.
    7. The winning crews of the University Coxed Fours divisons.
    8. The winner of the Fairbairn Junior Sculls Race.
    9. The winning crew in the Forster-Fairbairn Trial Pairs Race.
    10. The winners of the Lowe Double Sculls Races.
    11. The winner of the Bushe-Fox Freshmen's Sculls Race.
  2. That all trophies (other than medals) be returned to the Hon. Secretaries by the date of the Getting-On Race for the May Races of the same year.

Michell Cup

  1. That the Michell Cup, presented in 1923 in memory of Dr. R. W. Michell, be awarded by the CUCBC to the Boat Club giving the best performance on the river during the course of the academic year.
  2. That the Cup be awarded at the end of each academic year to the Boat Club scoring the most number of points.
  3. That in order to be eligible to compete for the Cup a College Boat Club must have three or more eights in both the Lent and the May Races.
  4. That 12 points be awarded for each place gained in the Lent and May Races
  5. That the Head of the River crew be awarded 12 points for each night that it rows over.
  6. That the top 2nd and 3rd Men's eights and the top 2nd Women's eight be awarded 6 points for each night that they row over.
  7. That 12 points be subtracted for each place lost.
  8. That the total number of points awarded in the Lent and May Races be divided by the number of boats that the Club has in the respective event.
  9. That 12 points be awarded to the Boat Club winning the Light Fours, Men's and Women's 1st division Coxed Fours, Magdalene Pairs, Foster-Fairbairn Pairs, Lowe Double Sculls, Colquhoun Sculls, Fairbairn Junior Sculls, Bushe-Fox Sculls, Delafield Sculls, Peter Brandt and Maiden Sculls, Fairbairn Cup (Senior eights), or Clare Novices' Regatta (Cup event), or any event subsequently approved by the CUCBC for competition in the Michell Cup (the points are divided if the winners of the Pair-Oared and Double Sculls events come from different Boat Clubs). That should any of these events be tied with the winners from different Clubs, each Club be awarded the full number of the points.
  10. That in the event of a tie between two Clubs, that Club having the larger number of people rowing or coxing in the University Trial Eights Races be awarded the Cup.
  11. That in the event of a further tie, the Club having the larger number of boats on the river (total of Lents and Mays) be the winner.
  12. That should these points still leave a tie, the Cup be awarded to the Club whose highest placed first boat stands higher in the May Races.

Pegasus Cup

The Pegasus Cup was donated to CUCBC by Richard Naisby of Milton Brewery in 2006. The Cup is awarded to the most successful Boat Club competing in the May Bumping Races.

To be eligible to compete for the Cup a Club must have at least one men's and one women's boat entered in the May Bumps (excluding the Getting on Race) or, in the case of single sex colleges, at least two boats entered. The Cup is awarded to the Club gaining the most points over the course of the May Bumps. Points are awarded as follows:

  1. One point for every place gained by each of a Club's boats.
  2. One point for each night that a Club retains the Men's or Women's Headship in Division One.
  3. One point deducted for every place lost by each of a Club's boats.

The total number of points gained over the four days of racing is multiplied by 12 and then divided by the number of boats entered by the Club to give the final score.

Return of Trophies

  1. The Lent Bumps Headship trophies must be returned to the CUCBC Senior Treasurer before the date of the Lents Getting-On Race each year.
  2. All Small Boats Regatta trophies (other than medals) must be returned to the CUCBC Senior Treasurer by the end of the Lent Term each year.
  3. The May Bumps Headship trophies must be returned to the CUCBC Senior Treasurer before the date of the Mays Getting-On Race each year.