Elliot had something of a rollercoaster week.
Dr Lloyd-Mostyn trains locally with Sherwood Colliery SC, and will compete in the Clubs Annual Club Championships that boa power rewards visa take place throughout November.
20yr old Lewis Steptoe qualified for the Mens 17yrs/over 400m what do you give for graduation gift freestyle final, placing sixth overall, and 17yr old Jade Clarke had a busy weekend, qualifying for four individual finals in the Womens 17yrs/over events, placing 5th in the 200m backstroke, 6th in the 50m freestyle.Laying down their intentions, our swimmers additionally clocked up more finals between them with Sherwood Colliery SCs Rebecca Hyatt placing 5th in the Girls 11/12yrs 200m Breaststroke final 8th in the 100m event and Rebecca Flisher placing 8th in the 50m Backstroke final.Not fazed by the summer break, the squad bought home a large number of trophies medals, an individual top swim award, 3 gold team relay medals and achieved superb, individual personal best times.Joining them to strengthen the existing team are newly-elected committee members Brigitte Beardsley, Colin Tunnicliffe, Katrina Scott Nicola Harding.He then went on to secure a superb silver in the 50m butterfly in a time of 37:01.Owen also qualified as the only 12yr old in the Boys 13 under Medley Skins final, finishing fifth overall and being rewarded with a cash prize.During the weekend numerous swimmer acquired the regional qualification grinch christmas gift tags times who were Rebecca Darrington (11 200m butterfly, Sam Potts (11 200m 400m free and 200IM, Grace Manson (12) 200m freestyle, 200m IM 200 backstroke, Abbie Scott (15) 200m and 400m freestyle, Heidi Marriott (12) 400m.Silver medals went to the Girls 14yr 200m freestyle team (Hannah Carnell, Jade Young, Amelia Sale Esme Wood the Girls 16yr over 200m medley freestyle team (Jade Clarke, Imogen Gould, Esme Wood Shannon Brown the Mens Open 400m medley team (Sebastian Smith, Daniel Timms, Kieran.In a packed weekends programme, the Sherwood swimmers in the Nova Centurion squad proved they were more than up for the challenge, and although missing out on the medals, Connor Smith, Declan Smith, Lewis Steptoe, Holly Whitehead, Jade Young, Jade Clarke, Charlotte Henshaw, Kirsten Pinson.Lucy Carter who is showing some great form over recent months won the silver in the the 50m backstroke and 100m freestyle and last but not least Suranne Cave who was preparing for the Youth Regional Championships walked away with golds in the 13 years.On an individual swimmer basis, 12yr old Lily Boseley 13yr old Owen Ottaway have both recently been selected to represent Nottinghamshire at the British Gas National Inter-County Swimming Championships later this month and, following their performances in the 2013/2014 season, have both been selected.
The 4th March saw 6 swimmers take part in the Worksop Dolphins spring meet and saw a very small squad take both medals and regional qualification times.
Swapping their race suits for dancing shoes, over 300 guests enjoyed a party bbq to celebrate the Clubs important landmark and the Chairman, Andy Rowbottom, welcomed past present members, coaching staff, committee members, volunteers, friends family.