Bobcats hold presentation night

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Burnley Bobcats Swimming Squad held their awards and presentation ceremony at Rosegrove Unity Working Men’s Club recently, with swimmers from eight to 18 all enjoying the night.

Noel Horton, Head Coach, made the presentations to the swimmers.

Katie Rennolds took the accolade of Coaches’ Swimmer, while Thomas Mackay and Alice Fox were respective male and female Swimmers’ Swimmer.

Elliot Norman and Miranda Bower were named National Squad Most Improved Swimmers, and there were National Squad Special Recognition Awards for both Joshua Lambert and Katie Rillet-Young.

Matthew Boyd and Caitlin Birkett-Bentley took the award for the Regional Squad’s Top Performing Swimmers, and Jamie Clayton and Alex Sturrock were the County Squad’s Top Performing Swimmers.

Annie Geoghegan was named Most Improved Bob Kitten.

All the swimmers had a fun-filled evening, with a disco, games, food and raffle.

Burnley Bobcats train at St Peters Centre, Burnley eight times a week under Head Coach Horton and Assistant Coach Craig Load and all training times and information can be found at www.burnleybobcats.org.uk

The squad have been particularly busy of late.

On Valentine’s Day, nine young swimmers competed at the Liverpool Splash ‘n’ Dash 50m sprint gala, hosted by Liverpool Swimming Club at the Aquatics Centre.

The nine swimmers, ranging in age from nine to 13 years, took part individually in four events – the 50m freestyle, 50m breaststroke, 50m backstroke and 50m butterfly.

And older squad members jetted off to compete at the Swim Ulster competition in Northern Ireland, where they were named Top Club.