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The final round of the Sports Centre League was held at Hucknall tonight and it was yet again another closely fought competition with Sutton.  We were missing a number of our regular 15 and under boys, so our 13 and under boys (Declan Breedon, James Cox and Will  Turnock) stepped up and had a busy night competing in both age groups. At the half way mark we were only a point behind Sutton and had some good convincing wins in the relays and 1st places for Annastasia Walker and Cam Breedon in the 11 and under breast.  In the 2nd half we had more sucess in the relays and Jake Geary, Jess Doherty, Beau Cann-Livingstone, Bence Tejes and Ella Croft all gained maximum points.  We had a good clear win in the cannon but sadly not enough to catch Sutton in the points - final scores in this round were Sutton 143, CABSC 134, Sherwood 120 and Falcon 98.  This was the last round of the league and CABSC finished 2nd overall - pictured are club captains Jess Doherty and Tom Fletcher collecting the trophy.   Thank you to all our poolside team and officials and especially Debbie Stevens who has been gala co-ordinator for the league.  

Saturday, 28 October 2017 22:50

CABSC swimmers shine at Notts Schools biathlon

A group of CABSC swimmers used their swim skills to their advantage on Friday when they competed in the Nottinghamshire Schools Biathlon at Harvey Hadden.  Jess Doherty had a clean sweep in both the run and swim, finishing top girl in her age group.  Matt Cox finished first in his age group and completed the fastest swim and was joined by CABSC team mate James Berry who finished second overall.  Tom Giles finished in 2nd place and Frankie Berry and James Cox finished in 4th place.  This was a quaifier for the British Schools Biathlon which will be held next March at Crystal Palace.  Pictured are the team except Tom. 

Saturday, 28 October 2017 22:42

New club record

Congratulations to Elliot Sibley who set 2 new records in the 11 year old boy age group at the Nova long course meet last weekend.  Elliot improved the time he had previously set in the 50m breaststroke, bringing the record down to 38.00 and also set a new record in the 200m breaststroke of 2.59.60 - the previous record had stood since 2011 (J Wakefield).  Well done Elliot. 

Can we remind swimmers that any new club records should be emailed to Katey Cox - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Thank you.

Friday, 20 October 2017 17:24

National Arena League 2017 Round 1

This years Arena team got off to a great start in the first round draw at Cambridge last weekend.  It was always going to be a tough draw up against the big city teams - City of Milton Keynes, City of Peterborough B, City of Cambridge and Norwich Swans (Sherwood pulled out) but the team pulled out some good swims and relay performances to finish in 3rd place.  We had a number of our regular Arena swimmers missing which meant a few of the girls had to swim up an age group (well done Jenna Marriott, Ella Croft, Amy Mead and Anastassia Walker).   The competition was tough so we didn't have as many wins as we usually do but the boys 9/11 free and medley relays, Noah Rai (50 fly), Cameron Breedon (50 Breast) and Will Turnock (100 Fly) all came in first place giving us some valuable points to stay midway in the points.  Every point matters and a number of swimmers traveled all the way to swim one or two relays but this is vital to help the team get the maximum amount of points as we move through the league rounds.  Final scores on the night finished up Cambridge 262, City of Milton Keynes 237, CABSC 180, Norwich Swans 166, Peterborough B 149 and full results are on the website.  Thanks to everyone who came along on the bus to support us, to all those who officiated and to our poolside team.  Round 2 draw is on the National Arena League site but the venue is to be confirmed.  Great team work Stingrays. 

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