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Yabbies form is good for Nationals

The form of the Cobar Yabbies Senior Men’s Swimming Club members is looking good in the lead up to the Nationals championships next month. The winning margins recorded in last week’s handicapped competition swims at the Cobar Memorial Swimming Pool included 0.03, 0.09 and 0.13 seconds off their nominated times. […]

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Teachers school Yabbies in the pool

It was the teachers who went to the top of the class in the Cobar Yabbies Senior Men’s Swimming Club competition last Tuesday night. All four of the events contested at the Cobar Memorial Swimming Pool were won by teachers and three of those wins were with spot on times. […]

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Swainston swims spot-on for third week

For the third consecutive week Paul Swainston recorded a spot-on time in the Cobar Yabbies Senior Men’s Swimming Club competition. Last Tuesday Swainston recorded 0.00 in the 50 metres freestyle handicapped swim to win from Matt Harland, who was second with 0.19 seconds off his nominated time and John Carswell […]

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Yabbies win Setts Cup for a third time

The Setts Cup proudly remains with the Cobar Yabbies Senior Men’s Swimming Club after they successfully defended it at the annual carnival in Nyngan on Sunday. Named in honour of former Yabbies president Ian Settree, who was also a member of the Nyngan Splashers swimming club, the third annual Setts […]

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Yabbies competition starts with a tie

The Cobar Yabbies Senior Men’s Swimming Club competition last Tuesday night began with a tie in the 30 metres handicapped freestyle event. Both Chris Deighton and Paul Swainston finished within 0.03 seconds of their nominated times to share first place honours. Doug Rorke was second on 0.25 and Bob Clark […]

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Cobar Yabbies get better with age

There are some things that get better with age and it seems that Cobar Yabbies are among those things. (We mean the members of the Cobar Senior Men’s Swimming Club Yabbies, not the ones you catch and eat which don’t keep very long in the fridge after you’ve caught them!) […]