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On a truly outstanding night, Ware Swimming Club completed a clean sweep of victories in round 3 of the Peanuts League with their strongest performance of the competition. With the gala close throughout the evening Ware finished with an impressive 128 points, 18 ahead of second place Hoddesdon (146) with Hertford 1 point further back in third. This result means Ware finished top of division 2 with 35 points, 3 ahead of Hoddesdon (32) and 5 ahead of Hertford (30) and guarantees promotion to Division 1 next season. On a night when there were significant performances from all swimmers the following all manged to set new club record marks: Harry Kent in the U10 25m freestyle (16.26); the two U12 girls relay squads of Victoria George, Zoe Van Maanenberg, Katie Swindell and Polly Watson and Zoe Van Maanenberg, Alice Field, Polly Watson and Katie Swindell who managed to break two of the oldest club records the U12 4x25m freestyle and U12 4x25m Medley respectively. More to follow ...
Following the success of last year's inaugural London Aquatic gala, Ware were keen to compete again in the competition. However even with the new handicap system, Ware once again come home in 3rd this time with 235 points behind Royston (185) and Tring (194). Boys' club captain (Lewis Elliston) and girls' vice captain (Jess Portch) received the 3rd place competition penant click here for pic. The star of the night was Polly Watson who was Ware's only winner in the U12 50m backstroke (41.70). Of the relay squads there were 4 second places with the U12 freestyle boys (Sidney Thompson, Callum Cox, Thomas Currie and Harry Kent), U12 medley boys (Callum Cox, Harrison Egerton, Sidney Thompson and Harry Kent), U12 medley girls (Niamh Healy, Alice Field, Polly Watson and Victoria George) and Open medley girls (Katie Gibb, Claire Matthews, Karen Keen and Jessica Portch) all bringing home silver medals with times of 2.28.71, 2.52.47, 2.50.73 and 2.52.47 respectively. Special congratulations also goes to Lewis Elliston (click here for pic.) whose 3rd place in the 200m individual medley brought him a bronze medal. On the club representation front the following all clocked up significant milestones: Matt Hunt, Ellie Sunderland and Niamh Healy all swam in their 10th galas, Sean Brindley his 30th, Sidney Thompson his 40th and Faye Berry her 60th gala. For full details of these and other results click here. Note updates have also been applied to times database.
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