Tulip Open sees Boston swimmers record 82 best times

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Boston Amateur Swimming Club members recorded 82 personal bests over two days at the 29th Tulip Open Meet at Spalding.

The contest provides the club’s swimmers their first chance to qualify for the 2014 Lincolnshire County Championships.

Nine-year-old Katarzyna Midgley picked up third place in the girls 50m breaststroke, while 23-year-old Lewis Moses was second in his 50m breaststroke and Harry Dean-Allen came sixth in the boys’ 15 and over 100m backstroke.

Twelve-year-old Millie Prudden came fifth in the girls’ 12 years 100m individual medley.

Lewis Moses and Oliver Street finished second and fourth for the 15 years and over 100m butterfly final.

Millie Prudden was sixth in the girls’ 12 years 100m breaststroke, while brother Alfie was sixth in the boys’ nine years 50m Backstroke final.

Lewis made sure it was three trophies from three events by finishing second in the boys’ 13 and over 100m individual medley.

The second day of competition began with the open 50m freestyle events.

Lewis Moses finished second overall in the boys’ event.

Millie Prudden finished third for the girls’ 12 years 100m butterfly.

Katarzyna was sixth in the girls’ nine years 50m backstroke and fourth in the nine years butterfly.

Alfie Prudden made the boys’ final in this age group.

The first win of the weekend came in event 75 - the girls’ 14 years 100m backstroke, where the club had two swimmers in the final.

Becky Pimlott won it, with Jessica Pearson fifth.

Lewis Moses then won the boys’ 15 years 100m breaststroke.

Libby Dean-Allen came sixth in the girls’ 11 years butterfly and Myles Beagles came fifth in the boys’ 11 years 100m butterfly.

Katarzyna and Lewis made it four finals each, picking up second-place trophies in the girls’ nine years 50m and boys’ 15 years 100m freestyle.

Alfie Prudden also took home the fifth-place trophy in the boys’ nine years 50m freestyle event.

Personal bests: Rosanna Abbott (three), Myles Beagles (four), Aliesha Bower (four), Lillia Chaffey (three), Bethany Chambers (four), Malachi Clegg (four), Harry Dean-Allen (three), Libby Dean-Allen (two), Pasquale Fiore (two), Megan Glynn (two), Beth Hutchings, Holly Hutchings (three), Xristina Keeler (four) Katarzyna Midgley (four), Danielle Miles (two), Rochelle Miles, Alfie Prudden, Jessica Pearson (two), Becky Pimlott, Edward Proctor (six), Millie Prudden (five), Joe Reed, Grace Roberts (four), Jessica Sauntson (five), Lottie Street (five), Oliver Street, Oliver Sydenham, Eloise Winterflood (four).