Hard work pays off for Fawck­ner, Cor­field

Central and North Burnett Times - - SPORT -

BIGGEN­DEN Bar­racu­das have en­joyed an­other suc­cess­ful year of com­pe­ti­tion.

At its pre­sen­ta­tion night the club ac­knowl­edged the work of coach Ron Birch pre­sent­ing him with a gift.

All 21 mem­bers re­ceived par­tic­i­pa­tion awards while club rep­re­sen­ta­tives re­ceived cer­tifi­cates and a Biggen­den Bar­racuda swim cap.

Tom Fraser was an­nounced the most im­proved ju­nior swim­mer as well as the ju­nior dis­tance swim­mer.

All the hard work paid off for Dustin Fawck­ner an­nounced the most im­proved se­nior swim­mer.

Max Cor­field was named most im­proved se­nior dis­tance swim­mer.

Age cham­pi­ons were: 7 years Tom Fraser; 8 years Ge­or­gia Cor­field and Rafe Fawck­ner; 9 years Amy Rober­ton; 10 years Dustin Fawck­ner; 11 years Rianna Holmes and An­gus Fraser; 12 years Brit­ney Spry and Ben Fraser; 14 years Emily Spry.

ABOVE: Mem­bers of the Biggen­den Swim­ming Club, with coach Ron Birch, had a suc­cess­ful sea­son in the pool.

RIGHT: Dustin Fawck­ner, Tom Fraser andMaxCor­field­were named the most im­proved swim­mers for the sea­son.

FAR RIGHT: Open dis­tance run­ner-up Rianna Holmes with Brit­ney Spry who was named Biggen­den Swim­ming Club's cham­pion open dis­tance swim­mer.

BE­LOW, LEFT: Age cham­pi­ons in­cluded (back row) Ben Fraser, Brit­ney Spry, Rianna Holmes, Emily Spray, (front) Ton Fraser, An­gus Fraser, Rafe Fawck­ner, Dustin Fawck­ner, Amy Rober­ton and Ge­or­gia Cor­field.

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