Bellshill Sharks Open Meet News Report
http://cplpartnership.com/wp-content/plugins/ut-pricing/assets/css/ut-responsive-grid.css?ver=4.9.4 It was business as usual for the Cumbernauld Swimming Club as our swimmers spent another weekend in the pool honing their skills, this time at the Sir Matt Busby Centre in Bellshill.
Cameron Creaney (14) and Michael Flynn (15) led the medals charge for the boys, with Cameron grabbing 2 Golds, 5 Silvers and a Bronze to go with Michaels’ 2 Gold, 2 Silver and 3 Bronze! Their younger sisters meanwhile were leading the battle for the girls, with Nicole Flynn (13) capturing 2 Gold, a Silver and a Bronze whilst Emma Creaney (12) grabbed a Gold and a Silver!
In the Boys Age 8-10 category, Andrew Brackenridge stood tall with a Bronze in the 100 metre Breast and a spot in the finals of the 50 metre Butterfly. The 11-12 year old boys had considerably more success with Jamie Glen earning a Gold and Silver in the 200 metre and 100 metre Freestyle, Matthew McEwan a Silver and Bronze in the 100 metre Backstroke and 50 metre Freestyle, Calum Ravey a Silver in the 200 metre Individual Medley and Sean Parker earning a place in the 50 metre Butterfly final.
Joining Cameron Creaney in the 13-14 year group were Cameron Neilson with a Gold in the 400 metre Individual Medley and Silver in both the 200 metre and 50 metre Breaststroke, and Ben Brown with Silver and Bronze in the 100 metre and 50 meter Backstroke and a place in the 50 metre Freestyle final.
Sam Glen grabbed 3 medals in the boys 15 and above age group, earning Gold in the 50 metre Butterfly along with Bronze in both the 50 and 100 metre Breaststroke, while Euan McDonald battled to a Silver in the 200 metre Backstroke, Bronze in both the 200 metre Individual Medley and 100 metre Backstroke and a place in the finals of the 50 metre Backstroke.
Madison Gallacher again was in the medals mix for the 11-12 year old girls, powering her way to a Gold in the 400 metre Freestyle to go with Silver in both the 200 metre Freestyle and 100 metre Butterfly and a spot in the finals of the 50 metre Breaststroke.
For the older girls, Hazel Lees took on 2 of the more difficult swims and ended up with Silver medals in both the 400 metre Individual Medley and 200 metre Butterfly, while Kelsey Corley earned a hard fought Bronze in the 200 metre Individual Medley for the Age 15 and over girls.
Great job swimmers! Keep up the good work!!