Piranhas are kings of the pool again
MAKE IT SNAPPY: Huntingdon Piranhas swimmers continued their flying start to the year with a second trophy win. They picked up the Kirk Ogden Trophy Gala, held at March, beating stiff competition from March, Chatteris, Wisbech, Downham Market and Great Y
MAKE IT SNAPPY: Huntingdon Piranhas' swimmers continued their flying start to the year with a second trophy win.
They picked up the Kirk Ogden Trophy Gala, held at March, beating stiff competition from March, Chatteris, Wisbech, Downham Market and Great Yarmouth.
Piranhas won 15 of the 45 races and finished second in a further eight, in the process setting 23 new personal best times.
Head coach John Richards said: "This was a graded gala which gave some of our less experienced swimmers, two as young as eight, the opportunity to take part.
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"Everyone swam really well, which is evident in the number of personal best times set on the night."
William Mallard, Matthew Lardner, Sam Willoughby, Natasha Skeels and Daniel Coles, as well as two brother and sister duos Alex and Emelia Murray and Vishal and Shalini Patel all recorded wins, while Piranhas also won six of the nine relays.
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