The A team finished in second place to City of Norwich although I feel that we lost the league in the last round when two disqualifications cost us losing to Louth.
On the night our strengths were in the IM events.
Rebecca Price won the open 100IM and Sam Wright and Leah West swam best times to win the boys and girls15/u 200IM respectively.
Wins were hard to come by with Norwich dominating the gala and winning 14 events. Although, Hollie Featherstone won the13/u 100 fly and Jessica Murfin the 13/u 100 Free. We also found victory in the 6×50 Free relay.
However, it was the Breaststroke swimmers that most impressed me. Rhys Cox won the open 50m race with good start and good turn but the Swimmer of the Meet was Jemma Tointon, who’s split of 22.2, 24.8, 25.0, 25.4 was an excellent pace and knocked 3 seconds off her best time to finish with 1.37.52.
The B team travelled to Kings Lynn in the consolation final of the Anglian league.
The B Team finished in third place and eighth place in the league, beating Norwich Swans and Downham on the night and in the league.
Ruth Singleton and Kayleigh North both won their age group in the100 metres butterfly event, with Kayleigh achieving a new personal best time.
But it was double winner Conor Murphy who takes the title of Swimmer of the Meet. Conor knocked 4 seconds off his 100 backstroke time and a massive 9 seconds off his 100 Breaststroke.
Well done to you both.