So far we've received only 1 entry for the
LANCASHIRE COUNTY WP&SA JUNIOR MEET 2016 Development Meet.
please note that specifically for this meet the entry deadline is now extended until Wednesday 1st June this week.
If you intend to enter then please do so ASAP
Please remember that there is no training on bank holiday Monday's as the leisure centre closes at 7pm.
Just a quick reminder about the closing dates for the following galas
which is this Sunday 29th May.
Doncaster Dartes Meet
Lancashire County Junior meet.
See upcoming Gala page for more information on how to enter.
Please note that there will be no lessons on this date due to the gala taking place. Have a look at the entry form below and get your entries in as soon as possible.
EDIT: New entry form and flyer, apologies we forgot that
there will be NO charge for this gala.
Please have a look on our upcoming gala's page for details and entry forms for a number of gala's coming up in June and July.
The list of gala's coming up as follows:
Swimnorthwest are offering open water taster sessions to those aged 12 and over for a cost of £5 with limited availability.
If you are interested then enter using the form provided below, or contact Diane Stafford on the email or telephone given in the poster.
The team sheet has been released for round 3 at the
Ribblesdale Pool,Edisford Road , Clitheroe, BB7 3LA,
please indicate you're availability using the comments system below.
Galas Saturday 30th April - Monday 2nd May 2016
Olivia Broome had a highly successful meet at last Monday’s National Dwarf Games swimming gala at Cheslyn Hay Leisure Centre in Walsall, swimming herself to a gold, 2 silvers and 2 bronze medals. Very well done Olivia!
Congratulations also to Holly McHugh, who, at the Wrexham Spring Meet, achieved 8 personal best times and a silver medal in 400m individual medley.
Over in Manchester, at the Northwest Summer Region Championships, our boys 14-16yrs 4x100m freestyle team (Jacob Hughes, Stephen Brown, Callum Eastwood and Jordan O’Hara) swam their hearts out to knock 4 seconds off their entry time. Fabulous swimming from all four boys achieved them a very respectable 11th finish position. Very bad luck meant that unfortunately our boys had to withdraw from the 4x100m medley relay.
Jordan O’Hara also took on his own individual events, 50m free, 50m fly and 100m freestyle, achieving himself personal best times in all 3 and qualifying for all 3 regional finals, fantastic swimming! Jordan narrowly missed out on a bronze medal by just 200ths of a second in his 50m freestyle final. We wait to see whether any of Jordan’s swims will place him in the top 20 swimmers in his age group in England at the end of May, which would mean an invite to the English Nationals this summer. Good luck Jordan.
This weekends long course training is for the following swimmers:
All Junior squad swimmers
Could you please indicate if you're going or not by commenting below.