Boston swimmers succeed at county championships

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The final weekend of the Lincolnshire County Swimming Championships saw 33 Boston Amateur Swimming Club swimmers take to the pool at the Meridian Sports Centre in Louth.

All those attending were hoping to build on the successes of the first weekend of competition and they didn’t disappoint.

Nine-year-old Joseph Vickers continued with his winning ways adding a further four golds and a silver to the 10 golds he won in the first weekend of competition.

Ten-year-old Cavan Chambers also added five more medals to his collection.

There were particularly dominant performances in the 200m butterfly events which saw Lewis McGarry and Michael Keal win gold in their age groups for the boys, while Harley Maddison won gold and break a Boston club record that had stood for 26 years in the 11-years girls’ age group.

Other medal winners in this event included Katarzyna Midgley, Kieva Clegg and Chloe Baldry who came away with silvers while Megan Glynn and Hannah Macleod got bronzes.

The 2014 competition saw Boston come away with 28 golds, 35 silvers and 24 bronzes and 173 personal bests.

Firsts: Joseph Vickers (four), Lewis McGarry, Michael Keal, Charlize Arundell, Harley Maddison; Seconds: Cavan Chambers (four), William Pettitt, Charlize Arundell, Joseph Vickers, Kieva Clegg (two), Lewis Bontoft, Connor Spinks, Katarzyna Midgley, Chloe Baldry; Thirds: Lewis McGarry, Katarzyna Midgley (two), Connor Spinks, William Pettitt, Cavan Chambers, Megan Glynn, Hannah Macleod.

Personal bests: Charlize Arundell, Michaela Arundell (two), Chloe Baldry (four), Jason Barnes (four), Emily Bontoft (two), Connor Boyfield (two), Aliesha Bower (two), Cavan Chambers (two), Kieva Clegg (three), Harry Dean-Allen (two), Megan Glynn, Anton Kiss (four), Sam Macleod (two), Harley Maddison (two), Lewis McGarry (two), Katarzyna Midgley (five), Jessica Pettitt (three), Edward Proctor, Alfie Prudden (two), Millie Prudden (three), Connor Spinks (four), Oliver Sydenham, Joseph Vickers (five).