Swimming club acknowledges their best of the season

Some of Cobar Swimming Club’s perpetual award winners of the season: Rebecca Wyllie (Audrey and Eric Martin President’s Choice Award); Kasalia Fakahua (Tom Knight
Encouragement Award); Nick Hodges and Henry Knight (the pair shared the Brian
Howell Achievers Shield); and Emma Griffiths (KML Junior Club Person) at the club’s presentations at the Cobar Bowling & Golf Club on Friday night.

The Cobar Swimming Club held its end of season presentations on Friday night at the Golfie.

The 2022/2023 season’s Age Champions were: 6 years—Lenny Hill, Layla Fugar and Isla Jo Murray; 7 years—Patrick Knox, Rosie George and Mollie Fitzsimmons; 8 years—Cooper Trudgett and Sophia Le Lievre;
9 years—Ryan Jiang and Kasalia Fakahua;
10 years—Hugh Le Lievre and Clair Cousins;
11 years—Taylah Wyllie; 12 years—Charlotte Knight; 13 years—Alora Deppeler; 14 years—Harry Cousins and Megan Guirin; 15 years—Ashley Cousins; and 16 years—Henry Knight.

During the season Axel Fairfull broke eight records, Henry Knight set four new records and Harry Cousins also set one new club record.

The Pointscore winners were: 17m Lenny Hill and Molly Fitzsimmons; 33m Ashton Hyland and Sophia Le Lievre; 50m Harry Cousins and Clair Cousins; 100m Clair Cousins and Harry Cousins; and 200m Harry Cousins, Henry Knight and Clair Cousins.

Perpetual Trophies were awarded to: Harry Cousins who earned the Norm Higgins Most Improved Trophy; Nick Hodges and Henry Knight shared the Brian Howell Achievers Shield; Clair Cousins won the Colleen Martin Junior Achiever award; Kasalia Fakahua earned the Tom Knight Encouragement Award; Emma Griffiths was named the KML Junior Club Person; Rebecca Wyllie earned the Audrey and Eric Martin President’s Choice Award; and Harry Cousins received the Bunyan Family Senior Club Person award.

The club also tried to elect a new committee at their AGM on Friday night however they failed and will now try for a third time to elect a new committee for the 2023/2024 season.