March Marlins shine at Mildenhall meet

11:09 11 February 2014

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March Marlins swimmers shone on their annual trip to Mildenhall.

Competing against Mildenhall Sharks, Bottisham and First Strokes, they came with second 10 firsts and 19 personal bests.

There were race wins for Nat Cook (2), Chloe Richardson (2), Jake Hoy (2), Graham Shaw, Molly McGowen and Cara Fresher.

Seconds: Graham Shaw (2), Ruby Ashman, Martyn Fresher, Nat Cook, Ciara Mason, Michael Gritsenko, Richard O’Leary, Daniela Sarkovica.

Thirds: Michael Gritsenko, Tomas Pranauskas, Ashley Lavender, Rokas Borusas, Chloe Cook, Lydia Gray, Garry Mavin, Lucy Halls.

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