Louth Dolphins Swimming Club mark a great year
LOUTH Dolphins swimmers were rewarded for their efforts at the club's annual presentation night.
The event was held at Louth Town Hall's ballroom.
Over the last year, Dolphins members have produced 574 personal best times and an impressive 219 county qualifying times.
Head coach Steve Armstrong opened the evening with a presentation to the club's recently retired joint head coach, Rose Stanhope, who was thanked for her many years of dedicated service.
Chairman Bob Wells thanked the coaching team for their passion and commitment, as well as the committee and everyone involved in the club's continued progression.
Presentations made by our the Mayor, Jill Makinson-Saunders, councillor George Horton and Mrs Liz Prestwood.
Sarah Richardson, Maxine Bojen and Matthew Clarke helped make the presentations run like clockwork.
For more information on the club, check out www.louth-dolphins.org.uk
ROLL OF HONOUR
Club Champs 2012 – Most Points Winners
Under-9 Boys: Harvey Muns
Under-9 Girls: Amy Gilpin
Boys aged 10-11: Jay Clarke
Girls aged 10-11: Emma Harrop
Boys aged 12-13: Tom Harrop
Girls aged 12-13: Sofie Schneider
Boys aged 14/15: Will McIntyre
Girls aged 14/15: Emily Patch
Boys aged 16+: Adam McIntyre
Girls aged 16+: Alex Swaby
Most Pbs at 2012 County Champs: William McIntyre (14)
Fastest Boy 2012 (400m Freestyle): Harry Maw (4.20.87)
Fastest Girl 2012 (400m Freestyle): Emily Patch (4.44.67).
Other award winners
Amy Gilpin, Owen Hall, Kieran Young, Kieran Bailey, Victoria Patch, Lilly Miller, Harriett Rowden-Jones, Emma Harrop, Adam McIntyre, Rosie Jacklin, Drew Thompson, Sam Swaby, Paige Kelly, Will McIntyre, Jonathan Gant.