Long Eaton stars in good form

Long Eaton SC members have been competing in their final Open Meets of the season and enjoying good success.

At the City of Derby Open Meet at Queen’s Leisure Centre, it was a clean sweep for ten-year-old Thomas Strachan when he won the 50m fly, free, breast, back and IM.

For 12-year-olds Megan Smart and Kyle Hazelton it was success in the 100m free and IM with further first places for Smart in the 100m back and breast and Hazelton in the 100m fly.

First in the 100mfree were Jacob Hunt,14, and 11-year-old Esther Halford, and in 100mback 12-year-old Sam Frearson.

The Northampton Swimming Club Summer Festival Long Course Open Meet in Corby once again proved a popular event to round off the season.

Ryan Cendrowski had a win in the 200m fly backed up with second places in the 200 and 50m of the same stroke and further seven top six places to finish third in the Top Boy 16 and over category.

Adam Freundlich, also in this age group, took the three breaststroke events at 50, 100 and 200m.

Callum Henley had wins in the 100 and 50m fly and second places in the 50m breast, while Olivia Sefton, home from Americawhere she now studies and swims in San Diego, romped home in first place in the fly, taking the 200, 100 and 50m events with a second place in the 50 m free.

Matthew Cartwright, 12, won the 50m free and Joshua Bestwick was third in the 100m fly.