EVESHAM Rowing Club secured two gold medals and a bronze at the British Rowing Indoor Championships.

Finn Warren claimed gold in the year eight boys' three-minute event by 24 metres.

In the 500-metre event Warren started well again and moved away from the field right for an unassailable lead by 400m as he finished in one minute 40 seconds.

In the same event Alex Repton maintained a steady stroke rate for the first 400m and in an exciting finish posted the fastest last 100m of the whole field to leap from sixth to third in 1.47 for bronze.

Although Warren’s twin sister Phoebe finished outside the medals she notched personal bests in both her events.

Starting and finishing with a stroke rate of 38, Repton’s father Mark just dipped below 1.30 in his masters 500m event, finishing seventh in a close race where just seven seconds separated the first seven competitors.

Meanwhile, Evesham’s Liv Evans and Leah Saunders took gold medals in their singles at the Wycliffe Head, beating tough opposition from schools and clubs from around the country.

Against a strong headwind for the 2,500m Gloucester Berkeley canal course, Evans used her skill, strength and experience to make sure of a resounding victory by beating Bryanston School by 22 seconds in 12.25.

In the girls' 14 year event Saunders crossed the finish line in 12.30, 20 seconds ahead of Bristol City and more than a minute faster than the bronze medallist.

Euan Woodfin and Tyler Huddleston raced against local rivals Bristol City and Hereford, taking bronze in the OpJ14 event in 12.16.

Narrowly missing out on a medal with fourth places were quads Charlie Akerman, Becca Parkin, Georgia Reynolds and Katie Ham and Duncan Repton, Ben Ferris, Jack Harris and Tom Hill and singles Martha Bradley and Woodfin.