WINTER is well and truly on our doorstep, but the intrepid Myall Masters swimmers are still hitting the water and competing.
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12 swimmers headed down to the Central Coast late last month for the Ettalong Pelicans meet.
“The team of Colin Bertram, Leon Bobako, John Coles, Brad Jenson, Peter Kellaway, Chris Lock, Ronnie & Warwick Nichols, Christine Sefton, Linda Stubbs, Sharon Taylor & Allan Wilson were successful in earning our club 390 points,” Valerie Mobbs said.
“Christine Sefton, Ronnie Nichols, Sharon Taylor and Linda Stubbs placed second in the Women’s 200 freestyle relay in the 200+ age group.”
“In the men’s relay we entered two teams in the 280+ age group with the team of Leon Bobako, Allan Wilson, Peter Kellaway and Chris Lock placing second and the team of John Coles, Warwick Nichols, Colin Bertram and Brad Jenson taking out third place.’’
33 Clubs attended the meet with 242 swimmers taking to the water in 19 events ranging from 25 metre Freestyle to 100 metre Butterfly.
The Myall Masters, with just 12 swimmers came in a very respectable seventh place.
“This is a fantastic achievement for our club considering many of the clubs competing have an indoor pool which allows them to continue their training all year round.”
Valerie added, “Well done to all, great achievement.”
By Margie TIERNEY