Cannons achieve great lap times at swimming event in Mirani
THE Cannonvale Cannons were well represented at the Mirani Meet last weekend.
The younger and new members found this meet an excellent opportunity to ease into the racing environment.
Cannons swimmers Piper O’Grady, Kyle Kendall, Aiden Payet and Ivan Van Zyl were satisfied with their achievements in the pool.
Twins Khaila and Henry Docking both shaved over 10 seconds off their swimming times in the events and newcomers to the club all had success in establishing solid times.
Mikhaila Flint, Daniel Helly, Jai Stanes, Jy Parkinson and the Nicholson brothers Scott and Mark, all felt a great sense of achievement at their first big meet.
They all came away with the excitement of racing and keen to chase their times at the next carnival.
Swimmers are training hard for the upcoming Cannonvale Cannons Swimming Carnival on March 22-23, as well as the School State Championships in Brisbane from March 24-29.
BIG BREATH: Cannonvale Cannons swimmer Aiden Payet was on form while competing at the Mirani Meet.
IN ACTION: Cannonvale Cannons swimmer Mikhaila Flint competing at her first swim meet on the weekend.
HEAD FIRST: Jai Stanes competed in his first swim meet in the 7-years and under division on the weekend.