Cannons splash at short course carnival
THE Cannonvale Cannons Swimming Club has made a splash at the Gardens Short Course Carnival at the weekend.
Cannons head coach Mark Erick- son praised all that competed, especially Emma Hogan, Angus Menzies and Ivan Van Zyl who qualified for the North Queensland Level 3 Development Squad.
“The kids did really well, posting some very good times and showing good skills and great attitudes,” he said.
Ivan, Kyle Kendall, Emma, Piper O’Grady, Chloe Robertson, Angus Menzies, Jackman Romanella and Dylan Barbeler all produced state times at the carnival for their respective events, illustrating the swimming talent on offer in the Whitsundays.
Olivia Romanella, Alessandra Romanella, Mikahaila Flint, Ky Erickson, Rylee Erickson, Kasey Hogan, Kierin McGoldrick, Jordan Menzies, Hannah Crittenden, Madeline McGoldrick, Stephanie McGoldrick and Natalie Milne also gained PBs at the meet in Townsville.
POWERING ON: Kyle Kendall charges in the butterfly during the Gardens Short Course Carnival in Townsville at the weekend.
MAKING WAVES: Cannons' Angus Menzies takes on the breaststroke during the weekend's competition.