Swimming: Saffron Seals shine

PUBLISHED: 09:00 30 March 2018

Saffron Seals face the camera at a recent meet

Saffron Seals face the camera at a recent meet


Saffron Seals had a busy weekend in the pool at Harpenden and Newmarket recently.

The Harpenden Frantic Fifties allowed swimmers to gain regional qualifying times, with a group of 10 travelling to Luton.

Marissa Condie and Isla Stringer won bronze medals and 12 long-course personal bests were recorded on a good day for the club.

A strong squad travalled to Newmarket to take part in their Centenary Open.

The meeting was friendly and well-organised and Seals saw Jack Stanton-Stock claim two silver and a bronze.

Luke Neale came away with three bronze medals, while Freddie Wardle picked up a silver and Megan Rochester added a bronze.

Saffron swimmers also combined to record a total of 41 personal best times on another impressive day for the club.


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