Reward for hard work and dedication …
PENRITH Swimming Club’s annualpresentation evening celebrated thesuccesses of the 2009 club championships, following a good year of competition at home and away.
The championships, held over three weeks in November, were the final events in the calendar. A total of 82 swimmers aged between six and 16 took part in the exciting, competitive events.
Their hard work and dedication was rewarded with lots of trophies and medals and swimmers and their parents enjoyed an evening of award presentationsfollowed by an American supper, fun games and a disco.
Seven years, overall, girls Jessica Woodhouse. Boys Solomon Johl. Eight years overall, girls Emily Guthrie. Boys Tom Budd. Nine years overall, girls Lois Turner. Boys Luke Brown and Elliot Bulman.
10 years overall, girls Maia Johl. Boys Alistair Jeal. 11-12 years overall, girls Lucy Mather. Boys Robbie Hebson. 13-14 years overall, girls Beth Titterington. Boys Cameron Jeal. Ladies overall Kim Berry. Men Adam Huggon.
Trophies awarded in individual events: Under-16 50m freestyle, boys Alistair Weymouth. Girls Jenny Mather. 10 years 50m freestyle, girls Maia Johl. Boys Alistair Jeal. 11-12 years overall sprint, girls Lucy Mather. Boys Robbie Hebson. 13-14 years overall sprint, girls Jenny Mather. Boys Cameron Jeal.
100m freestyle, ladies Kim Berry. Men Adam Huggon. 200m freestyle, ladies Beth Titterington. 400m freestyle, men Adam Huggon. Overall sprint, ladies Kim Berry and Jodi Hebson. Men Adam Huggon.
Most points in ASA age groupcompetitions Laura Huggon. Most improved swimmer Lucy Mather. Secondary school 4x50m freestyle relay, girls QEGS. Boys QEGS.