Tigersharks have had lots to celebrate in the last eight weeks. May saw Tigersharks once again crowned winners of the Doreen Clark Trophy for the most outstanding results in the Wiltshire BagCat Competition
Doreen Clark - Despite being one of the smaller clubs in the county Tigersharks produced the most BagCat finalists of any other club and also came out on top on the medal table and Age Group Best times.
|Club||Nos||1st 15pts||2nd 9pts||3rs 6pts||AGBT 20pts||Total||Percentage (%)||Place|
|Bradford on Avon||375||540||180||138||858||228.80||4th|
Regional Competition - Moving on to the Regional Competitions in May and June once again Tigersharks were in outstanding form making numerous finals and producing medal winners and BagCat finalists. Rebecca Cook (15) shone in the 200m Breaststroke to bring home a Bronze medal in an outstanding final swim. Rebecca Maddocks, OliverHowitt, Conor Keye and Elliot Willoughby all swam very well to make Age Group finals. Dina Nejkic was electric in the 100m & 200m Breaststroke events to take silver in both swims, While Andrew Smith cruised to Silver in the 400m IM and bronze in the 400m FC, he was also awarded an outstanding 2nd place overall in the 11 year old BagCat competition. Marshall Fitchett showed his power in the 400m FC to take the Silver Medal and after finishing 4th in four finals Benjamin Walker was finally rewarded with an overall 5th place in the BagCat Competition. Once again Tigersharks were praised for producing such talent at ASA South West level.
Open Water - Meanwhile in the Wiltshire Open Water Competition Tigersharks were topping the rankings once again. Fast improving, Abigail Cook in her first outing in Open Water swimming smashed the age group and the Junior Age Group to take first place in both and was just pushed into 2nd in the Senior competition. Marshall Fitchett took the 11 year old 750m title very closely followed by Sam Dubarry who cruised to Silver. Nathan Kennet who has made huge strides this year took the 14/U title and came 2nd overall in the Junior Championship. A great run of results for Tigersharks