By Brent Matehaere | Posted: Thursday October 26, 2017
While the number of competitors were not as high as recent years the quality certainly was.
Nicholas Pryde was in dominant form taking out the senior championship in commanding fashion. Swimming close to PB's in each race he won all the events and was the stand out swimmer in his age group.
The hotly contested Intermediate age group saw Jack Divers triumph on the back of two potential record swims in the 100 Fly and the 100 Free. Elliot Alloo demonstrated his all round skills by winning the 100 Breaststroke and Cameron Jefferies rounded out the top 3 overall swimmers.
In the Junior division Leo Holt managed to hold off the challenge from Walter Savage. Winning 3 of the 4 Championship events.
Tyler Summers represented Aspinall well for 3rd place in the House relay while McIndoe topped Park for first.