Trinity fantasy comes true

Trinity Swimming Club took the fantasy theme literally at the annual parade of clubs at Lismore Memorial Baths on Saturday, donning their Fanta-sea suits for the event. Trinity were judged best dressed and drilled in the parade, and won the meet as well.

In a homage to pop culture which would have earned Andy Warhol a small fortune, members of the Trinity Swimming Club donned their Fanta-sea suits for the annual parade of clubs at the Memorial Baths on Saturday.

The event involves each club marching around two circuits of the pool where they are judged for originality of costume and team spirit. The theme for this year was fantasy which Trinity won to pick up the $250 first prize.

Trinity Swimming Club also won the Qualifying Carnival and the Margaret Nind Shield with 12 of their team qualifying for the State Age Championships and 18 qualifying for the NSW Country Championships.

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