‘C’ is for champions as First Strokes storm to league glory.
- Credit: Archant
First Strokes Godmanchester are celebrating a notable success in the Junior Fenland League ‘C’ Final.
The club powered to victory more than 15 points from closest challengers and fellow locals St Neots Swans in the event staged at Newmarket.
Max Webb was the most successful individual First Strokes swimmer with a hat-trick of wins while fellow nine year-old, Jodie Elliott, won two races.
Other first places for the club were achieved by Zane Day, Izzy Facey, Sam Steel, Charlotte Steel, Colin Brunsting and Alistair Outram.
Captains Brunsting and Yasmine Clitheroe were presented with the champions’ shield and trophy as First Strokes claimed their second major gala success of the year.
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The First Strokes Godmanchester team featured Alistair Outram, Zane Day, Max Webb, Dominic Jackman, Max Bourne, Aidan Clark, Jacob Cowin, David Keene, Ben Hall, Colin Brunsting, Tristan Beecroft, Sam Steel, Jodie Elliott, Isla Da Costa, Ella Bolam, Abby Facey, Jessica Spavins, Izzy Facey, Kerry McCloy, Layona Smith, Charlotte Steel, Gracie Freeman-Lewis, Yasmine Clitheroe, Georgia Clapson and Elke Povey.
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