Week 6 - 2015

We had a terrific turn out this week even though the weather was rainy and pretty miserable - especially for our dedicated time keepers who wanted to stay dry!
Ahhh... the joys of standing on blocks in the pouring rain - but we love it!

This week's meet was Junior Members Day and we had some great participation in all distances by our enthusiastic youngsters.

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David Collins-White led some fun novelty races and the junior 25m and 30m relays. Tremendous effort by all teams with some excellent cheering by enthusiastic parents in the rain!
Our 20 m winners are Amelia and Isabelle and our  30 m relay winners are Jacob and Callum.

Well done everyone.

Our Swimmer of the Week is  Talison Law for some great qualifying swims and Charlie Jellet won the mystery prize for freestyle. Congratulations everyone for a great club meet even in the pouring rain.

Hopefully everyone is cooling off in the pool over this week's heatwave!

See you on Saturday rain or sunshine
Cheers Rachael

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