First in­ter­club pen­nant for 2020

Mansfield Courier - - Sport -

IT was a hot and hu­mid af­ter­noon in Yea on Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 2, for the first in­ter­club swimming pen­nant for 2020.

Mans­field had a team of 19 swim­mers with the chal­lenge of tak­ing on Kil­more, Sey­mour and Yea clubs.

Five Mans­field girls took on the 200m freestyle; Libby Fer­gu­son

and Zoe Reed for the first time in a com­pe­ti­tion.

The girls did very well with Anais Gould fin­ish­ing first in the 14 years and Amelie Walker touch­ing sec­ond in the 15 years.

Ad­die Awty, swimming in her very first pen­nant did a fan­tas­tic job in both the 10-11 year freestyle and breast­stroke.

Lara Gould, He­len McBur­ney, Ella McGuigan and Lacey Reeve worked well to­gether in the 12U med­ley re­lay, while Hunter and River Reeve, and Eli­jah and Isa­iah McGuigan took on both the freestyle and med­ley 13Om re­lays.

Char­lie Dob­son did a fan­tas­tic job and Izzy Han­ratty had a great day with plenty of events on her pro­gram.

Emily Reynolds swam well in her breast­stroke and freestyle races.

Mans­field’s youngest swim­mers – eight year olds Josiah McGuigan and Katie Fer­gu­son - showed that their con­sis­tent train­ing ef­forts are pay­ing off with fan­tas­tic re­sults in their events.

HAPPY SWIM­MERS: (From left) Ella, Josiah, Isa­iah and Eli­jah McGuigan, Lara Gould, Amelie Walker, Zoe Reed and Katie Fer­gu­son.

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