Hard work pays off for Fawckner, Corfield
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.