Trinity plunder championships

The Trinity Lismore Swimming Club took part in the NSW Country Regional Championships at Coffs Harbour last weekend. Pictured are (top row, l-r) Adam McNamarra, Miranda Crane and Ken Malcolm (head coach), with (middle row) Michael Diamond, Lauren Diamond, Sam Cook, Suzannah Lack, Naomi Malcolm, Emma Harris, Jo Whitby and Tainith Dawson, and (front row) Madeline Nilon, Courtney Lack, Keely Foster, Antonette Carse, Sam Nilon, Jake Foster and Caitlin Diamond

The Trinity Lismore Swimming Club was awarded a new laptop computer for its outstanding contribution to swimming and the clubs extraordinary growth since its inception in May 2007.

The Telstra award came after a busy time for the club, which successfully took part in the Queensland State Age Championships, the NSW State Age Championships and the NSW Country Regional Championships.

The Trinity swimmers recorded 13 personal best times from 15 swims and four reserve finalist finishes at the Queensland Championships in December.

In January at the NSW State Age Championships at the Homebush Aquatic Centre, the swimmers performed exceptionally with Sam Cook being a reserve finalist in the 200m breaststroke and all of the swimmers finishing in the top 20 of each event.

Over the Australia Day long weekend the club finished their gruelling season at the NSW Country Regional Championships in Coffs Harbour. They recorded 66 personal best times and brought home seven gold medals, nine silver medals and seven bronze.


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