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Full details of May time trials now in click here for details. Note updates have also been applied to times database.
For results from the Cheshunt Open Meet please click here. Note updates have been applied to times database. Although times from this meet will not now be valid for next year's County Championships (only licensed times achieved after the 31st May will be considered) special congratulations go to Callum Cox who swam 3 times that would have been within the County Qualification standards included a hugely impressive 1.29.20 in the 100m fly.
Saturday saw Ware retain the Goldstone Trophy finishing the gala on 91 points, over 50 points ahead of 2nd place. On the night there were 13 individual 1st places, including 3 new club records; seven 2nd places and 8 relay wins, 3 of which were also club records. The stars of the night were the 3 individual club record swimmers: Alice Field, U12, 25m breaststroke (19.19); Harrison Egerton, U12, 25m breaststroke (20.00) and Callum Cox, U12, 25m backstroke (18.07). Although the U12's were ably assisted by Victoria Hutchins, Harry Kent and Sidney Thompson who also recorded victories in the 25m backstroke (20.56), 25m freestyle (16.25) and 25m butterfly (16.31) respectively. In the U14's Thomas Currie and Polly Watson both brought home gold in the 50m butterfly (37.88) and 50m backstroke (40.25) while in the U16's Faye Berry and Jess Perrotton were victorious in the 100m backstroke (1.18.18) and 100m freestyle (1.11.32). In the Open category the two winners were Claire Matthews, 100m breaststroke (1.25.69) and Charles Sinclair, 50m butterfly (29.69). Of the relay first places new club bests were recorded by Victoria Hutchins, Amelia Storey, Harry Kent and Callum Cox in the U12 mixed 4x25m freestyle relay (1.06.50); Thomas Currie, Will Field, Polly Watson and Katie Swindell in the U14 mixed 4x25m medley relay (1.10.63) and Katie Gibb, Sean Brindley, Charles Sinclair and Olivia Rix in the Open mixed 4x25m medley relay (1.02.37). Callum Cox, Alice Field, Harry Kent and Victoria Hutchins also equalled the U12 mixed 4x25m medley relay club record (1.16.56). Special mentions also go to Harrison Egerton who completed his 30th gala for the club and Sidney Thompson and Will Field who completed their 50th. For full details and all other results click here. Note updates have also been applied to times database.
Following a tough qualification round, congratulations to Fraser Rawlins who will be going to this year's IAPS National final in Sheffield with his school in June.
Full details of first two days of May time trials now in click here for details. Note updates have also been applied to times database.
Ware made their debut in the Herts Seniors League this year and managed a creditable fourth place finish on 109.5 points. For results please click here. Note updates have been applied to times database. Special mention to Claire, Tom, Karen and Anne who recorded 50m times that would qualify as Herts 2018 consideration times.
Venue and timings for Round 2 of Peanuts now available. Click here for full details.
In their first season back in the Peanuts 1st division in approximately 15 years, Ware put in a truly outstanding performance in Round 1 finishing 3rd only 1 point behind second place Hatfield. On the night Ware had 7, 1st places two of which were new individual club records. In addition 1 of the individual 2nd places and 3 of the relay 2nd places were also club records including a massive 8 sec improvement by the U12 4x50m medley relay boys. The new individual club records came from Archie Rann in the U10, 25m butterfly (18.69) and 25m breaststroke (22.29) the latter breaking a record which had stood for 24 years and Sidney Thompson who lowered the U12, 50m freestyle record to 32.88. In the under 11 category Harry Kent and Katie Sunderland both won their respective 25m freestyle events in times of 16.18 and 16.97. In the under 12's Alice Field and Harrison Egerton both won the 50m breaststroke in times of 42.25 and 45.20 respectively whilst Callum Cox in the same age group brought home a gold medal in the 50m backstroke (38.30). This latter time, if the gala had been licensed, would have been a county qualifying time. Special mention also goes to Harrison and Alice, along with Sidney Thompson 50m free (32.88) and 50m fly (37.22), Daniel Harrison 50m fly (40.27) and Katie Swindell 50m freestyle (33.54)whose times would have been within the county consideration limits. The new relay bests came from the U12 boys (Callum Cox, Harrison Egerton, Sidney Thompson and William Rayfield) with two great times in the U12 4x50m freestyle (2.23.47) and 4x50m medley (2.42.32) relays, together with the peanuts squadron (Amelia Thompson, Archie Rann, Katie Sunderland, Harry Kent, Anais Nicholas, Sidney Thompson, Katie Swindell and Tobias Sinclair) who improved the record to 2.15.41. Big congrats also go to Troy Sullivan, Willie Jenkins, Mallory Bergeal, Imogen Wilson, Beth Tilley, Darcey Sumner and Natalie Bolton who all appeared in their first gala for Ware, along with Anais Nicholas and Victoria Hutchins who both completed their 10th and Polly Watson who completed her 40th. For full details and all other results click here. Note updates have also been applied to times database.
Venue and timings for Colin Davies Gala now available. Click here for full details.