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Thursday, 13 April 2017 06:42

Another record breaking swim

Congratulations to Amy Mead who has set 2 new club records in the 14 year age group competing for NOVA at the City of Sunderland meet.  Amy improved the 50m free record which she set earlier in the year (27.10) and also set a new record in the 200m free (2.05.50).  

Saturday, 08 April 2017 23:08

Record breaking weekend

Congratulations to County squad swimmer, Matthew Cox who has set five new club records in the 9 year old boys age group.  Last weekend he set new records in the 400m IM (6.37.18) and the 100m Fly (1.32.48) previously held by older brother James and this weekend competing for NOVA Centurion broke the 200 IM (3,04.86), improved the 100m breaststroke that he currently holds and broke the 200m breastroke record which has stood for 7 years (3.25.34). Also congratulations to Becky Whittaker who set a new record at this years County Championships in the 11 year 50m fly (33.78), previously held by Rosie Rudin.  Great achievements - well done.


Sunday, 19 March 2017 18:52

Ernehale Open

Our under 14 swimmers had a successful weekend at the Ernehale Open Meet last weekend.  Lots of PB's were achieved at the distance meet and the CABSC team won a haul of medals between them :

10 golds  - James C (4), Matt (3), Frankie and Elliot (2),

10 Silvers - Will T (2), Lottie (3), Hermione, James B (2), Frankie and Ava 

16 Bronze - Ben, James B, Ava (3), Frankie, Jack, James C, Tom (3), Jamie S, Elspeth, Natasha, Noah and Will T.

A big thank you to Nigel and Lucy who looked after the team all weekend.  

Saturday, 18 March 2017 14:42

CABSC V Leander

 Monday 13th March 201. FINAL SCORE CABSC 13, NOTTS LEANDER 9

Bingham began the new season, with a brilliant team performance and win. Back in their own pool after the loss to Southwell in the cup, they were against an experienced side in Leander, but Bingham's mix of youth and experience set the tone early finishing the first quarter 6-0. A similarly impressive second quarter followed with Bingham continuing to lead going into the third. Although with some nervous play but impressive work rate in the third from Bingham, Leander crept back into the game. The fourth is again where Bingham began to shine with goals spread amongst the team throughout the game. The team regrouped and pushed again to carry us over the line. Great display from the whole team, great team spirit and desire being shown onwards and upwards for the rest of the season.


Holmes, Musson, Cummings, Lawson, Henesy, Sztejer, Bendelow, Hill, Leveridge, Bleakley, Anesley, Fells, Carrington (c).


 Next Match away at Grantham 23rd March 9pm.


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