City of Cambridge earned five category wins in the Head of the Cam last Saturday.
The Chesterton Rowing Club event had four divisions and was raced over 2,600m upstream on the Cam.
City clinched victories in the novice women eights, the men’s open coxless fours, the club men’s eight, the open men’s eight and the masters G single sculls.
There were three category wins apiece for Cambridge 99, Cantabrigian and Downing College.
The successes for Nines were in the masters A to D and open men’s single sculls, and the men’s masters E eights.
Cantabs had success in the girls’ Club B coxed fours, the girls’ Club B eights, and in the men’s J16-18 single sculls.
Downing had victories in the men’s and women’s alumni eight, and were the fastest women’s crew in the May Bumps combined first and second boats section.
Hughes Hall were first in the women’s Mays other category, while in the men’s racing, First And Third won the Mays Division One section and Caius were quickest in the Division Two event. Trinity Hall were first in the men’s Mays other division.
There were 130 crews entered in total across the divisions.