Great result for Weston

PUBLISHED: 10:09 15 May 2006 | UPDATED: 09:16 24 May 2010

WESTON Swimming Club's junior team gained an excellent 214 points in heat one of the Southern Junior League at Keynsham

WESTON Swimming Club's junior team gained an excellent 214 points in heat one of the Southern Junior League at Keynsham.Clubs from as far away as Poole compete for the top prize over three heats but some of Weston's finest young swimmers ensured a good start to their bid for the top prize.Scott Bradley, Jennifer Kuht, Jack Walbyoff, Grace Sodzi, Holly Kemberey, James Gahame, Lucy Mager and Tom Davidson swam well in the under-nine group, bringing in personal best times.Despite having too few swimmers in the 10-year-old boys, the swimmers involved brought home valuable points. Blake Littlewood, Connor Harling, Harvey Reynolds and Jack Roberts, and the girls Lucinda Hoy-Green, Holly Gullick, Georgina Hutchings and Holly Worth, performed well.In the 11-year-old category, Weston gained some first places with teams that included Nicholas Kuht, Miles Merridale-Thompson, Liam McCloughlin, Joshua Armitage, Sam Roberts, Esme Gullick, Jessie Mager, Molly Kendall and Danielle Stone.The 12-year-olds included Megan Woodrow, Laura Turner, Rachel Cooper, Hannah Walbyoff, Matthew Aug and Alex Gahame.Weston Swimming Club meets Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday evenings as well as Saturday morning. Anyone who wishes to try out for the club is welcome to come along and speak to one of the poolside coaches or find more details on their website

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