New masters training program reaps rewards

Members of the Myall Masters Swimming Club at the Cessnock CarnivalRECENT participation at two swim meets has seen Myall Masters Swimming Club’s training program reaping rewards for the club, with members gaining valuable points in the state-wide pointscore competition.

Chris Sefton from Wootten, swam at Gosford carnival where 30 clubs participated. Chris has been showing great potential at training and followed through with a meet performance of first in the 100 metre freestyle, 50 metre breastroke and second in the 50 metre freestyle.

Twelve members participated in the Cessnock carnival held on February 18.

Myall Masters showed team strength by placing third overall at this carnival, being beaten by the big clubs of Cessnock and Newcastle.

This strong showing saw all swimmers gain personal bests in at least one event. The club entered three relay teams and were successful in gaining places in each. All swimmers are keen to take out the inaugural trophy for the sprint series. The winner will be revealed at the club’s presentation night to be held at the Tea Gardens Hotel on Monday, April 2.

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