Tremendous swimming after our unexpected journey to Sale Leisure (thank you TMBSC and Trafford Leisure). A 25th swimmer gained a Lancs qualifying time (well done Noah LT).
26 gold medals, 7 silver and 19 bronze wrapped up the year with plenty of bling.
Swimmer times are here: TraffordOpenSO161218
Sno’pen Brings LC PBs aplenty
A small band of swimmers headed over to the final Ling Course gala of 2018, COMAST’s Sno’pen, delivering a hatful if LC PBs. Well done everybody. 8 gold medals, 5 silver and 6 bronze. Swimmer times are below:
Trafford Borough Gala
Another exciting weekend of racing against our #BoroughBuddies. Our winning streak ended, but lots of good times. Well done everybody. Times are here:
Due to the technical issues with Stretford pool (someone let all the water out!) the Trafford Christmas Cracker gala on 16 December will be held at Sale Leisure Centre, Broad Road, Sale, M33 2 AL. Warm up remains at 8am. Thanks to Trafford Leisure and the clubs for helping ensure the gala can still go ahead. Sorry for any inconvenience that might be caused by the change of venue.
The provisional programme for this Sunday’s Trafford Christmas Cracker gala at Stretford Sports Village can be found here: Trafford Christmas Cracker Provisional Programme of Events
Ckub Championships 18 not only brought a host of new records, but also 30 Lancashire County Championship consideration times.
Ana, Marnie, Alex E and Alfie J continue their fine form of last season, gaining eight more times, with Rory qualifying this year too, we have 10 more first time qualifiers from Champs 18: Chloe S; Eva W; Harriet; Grace; Lily D; Lucy B; Sadie; Scarlett; Gionata; Toby.
Well Done everybody. Our list is getting longer, adding these to the times earlier this season.
Details on our Insta page.
Day 1: Massive well done everybody. 72% PBs – wow. Congratulations on five new championship records: Marnie, Eva, Erin, Reuben and Noah
Club Champions: Ana; Chloe S; Erin; Eva W; Grace; Marnie Alfie J; Gionata; Lewis; Noah LT; Reuben
Event results: Day 1 Results Sheet
Swimmer times: Day 2 Swimmer Times
Day 2: Another great session, almost 2 in 3 swims as a PB. Another 5 new club records: Erin, Hannah, Jake and Reuben (2).
Club Champions: Ana; Chloe S; Erin; Eva W; Grace; Hannah; Lourdés; Marnie; Sadie; Scarlett; Alex E; Alfie J; Ethan; Francesco; Jaeden; Jake; NoahLT; Reuben
Result Sheet:Day 2 Results Sheet
Swimmer Times: Day 2 Swimmer Times
Day 3: a fabulous ending to the 2018 Championships, with nigh on 70% of swimmers as PB. Over the three days, 68.5% of swims were PBs. Superb. More new Championship records: Ana; Eva (2); Erin (2); Lourdés; Noah; Simon.
Club Champions: Ana; Chloe S; Erin; Eva W; Grace; Lily D; Lourdés; Marnie; Odette; Alfie M; Jake; Jaeden; Lewis; Noah KT; Simon; Ted.
The Achievement Award for 2018: Alex LH.
Result Sheet: Day 3 Result Sheet
Swimmer Times: Day 3 Swimmer Times
A fabulous end to the weekend with some fast swimming at the second Point Score event of the season.
Ccongratulations to the following swimmers promoted:
Bronze to Silver – Neve and Eva-Grace
Silver to Gold – Chloe C, Cerys N, Tawonga and Gionata.
All times are published in this link Pointscore Times Swimmer Order 111118
Promotions in this link Promotions 111118
The swimming team secured a creditable second place as they travelled to Broughton for Round 2 of this season’s Arena League competition.
After winning round 1 on their return to Division One, the team came up against strong competition from City of Stoke and Everton. Despite a few agonising disqualifications the team finished joint second with Everton. City of Stoke ran out comfortable winners.
The result means Stretford qualify in fourth place in the Division One Final, on 8 December once again in Broughton.
Swimmer times are here NASL NW1 swimmer order
City of Stoke 235
The senior men’s water polo team have won the Bolton and District League title, securing first place with a comprehensive 17-10 win against City of Chester. Needing a win to guarantee the title, Stretford race into an 8-0 lead meaning the outcome never looked in doubt against an experienced Chester team. The Dolphins only lost one match all season to Bridgefield, who they will meet again in the cup final in the coming weeks. A league and cup double is a possibility.