Marlins clock up 20 PBs

PUBLISHED: 09:53 02 November 2007 | UPDATED: 23:08 28 May 2010

FIIVE first places and 20 personal bests were achieved by swimmers from March Marlins on Saturday night. The youngsters were competing in the Junior Fenland League. Seven second places, six thirds, 13 fourths and five fifths were also achieved by swimmers

FIIVE first places and 20 personal bests were achieved by swimmers from March Marlins on Saturday night.

The youngsters were competing in the Junior Fenland League.

Seven second places, six thirds, 13 fourths and five fifths were also achieved by swimmers from the March club.

Results were as follows:

First places were acheived by Ellis Westgate Ind Medley (PB), Millie Pattyn 50m Backstroke (PB), Adam Lifshack 50m Freestyle, Heather Nicholls 50m Butterfly (PB) and 50m Freestyle (PB).

Second places were acheived by Adam Lifshack 50m Butterfly and 50m Breaststroke (PB), Charlotte Riches 50m Butterfly (PB), Ellis Westgate 50m Freestyle (PB), James Vardon 50m Freestyle (PB), Josh Dando 50m Breaststroke, The Squadron Relay James Vardon, Lucy Halls, Josh Dando, Daisy Bevis, Adam Lifshack, Charlotte Riches, Ellis Westgate and Heather Nicholls.

Third places were acheived by 9 yr Freestyle Relay - Jack Bevis, Georgia Biggs, Chloe Greenall and Marc Johnson - Jamie Wilson 50m Backstroke (PB), Amy Bevis 50m Backstroke (PB), Millie Pattyn 50m Butterfly, Heather Nicholls 50m Butterfly.

Fourth places were acheived by Daisy Bevis Ind Medley, Aaron Keil 50m Breaststroke (PB), Lucy Halls 50m Breaststroke, Amy Bevis 50m Freestyle (PB) and 50m Breaststroke (PB), Craig Nicholls 50m Breaststroke (PB) and Craig Nicholls 50 Freestyle, Laura Bevis 50m Breaststoke (PB), Josh Dando 50 Backstroke, Millie Pattyn 50m Freestyle (PB), Jack Biggs 50m Backstroke, James Vardon 50m Butterfly, Daisy Bevis 50m Breaststroke.

Fifth places were acheived by Emily Vardon 50m Backstroke (PB), Craig Nicholls 50m Butterfly, Jessica Cable 50m Backstroke and Laura Bevis Ind Medley (PB).


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