Club basks in recent medal success
The Narrogin Amateur Swimming Club have performed strongly at the WA Country Pennants meet, returning with a swag of medals from their trip to Geraldton at the weekend.
The club was well represented at the meet which is the highlight of the regional swimming calendar.
From the 18 Narrogin swimmers, the club collected almost 50 medals from the pool of which three were gold.
NASC coach Tanya Hart said it was a worthwhile venture to the pennants meet.
“Eighteen competitors made the trek and did Narrogin proud,” Hart said.
The outstanding swimmers collected three gold, 16 silver and 30 bronze medals between them.
“Congratulations to everyone and I thank Ann Kulker for all she does for our club and town with volunteering her time as a Swim WA official.”
It has been a busy period for the Narrogin swimmers, a group of 20 competitors also representing the club on Saturday, February 8 in Wagin for the Great Southern Regional Championships.
“All our swimmers achieved one or more personal best times as well as many placing first, second or third to receive medals,” Hart said.
“The swimmers performed very well in relays as well as individual events and it was great to see how strong the club has become this season.”
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