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LOUTH Swimming Club's junior swimmers put in some super displays to take third place in the first round of the new Lincs Junior League season.
Louth had five individual wins in the event.
Swimmer of the Night accolade was shared between three competition newcomers – Aaron Humphreys, Indigo Willmington and Harvey Muns – all swimming in the Under-9 age group.
They were all swimming in their first ever league gala for Louth – and all achieved individual wins.
The first Louth winner of the evening was Humphreys, in the under-9 Boys' 25m freestyle event.
Next winner for the host club was the unstoppable Emma Harrop in the under-12 girls' 50m freestyle.
Willmington was the next winner – in the Under-9 girls' 25m backstroke.
Muns also got himself a victory and another personal best time, fighting off strong opposition from both Scunthorpe and Cleethorpes.
The final winners' accolade went to the under-12 girls' 4x25m freestyle relay team consisting of Paige Kelly, Ely Miller, Megan Gilpin and Emma Harrop. Individual second places on the night were achieved by Harriete Rowden-Jones, Paige Kelly, Drew Thompson, Jevon George-Jones, Harvey Muns, Amy Gilpin, Victoria Patch, Joseph Vickers, Megan Gilpin.
Individual third places went to Amy Gilpin, Shaun Muns, Joseph Vickers, Paige Kelly, Emma Harrop, Jay Clarke, Aaron Humphreys, Drew Thompson.