Greneway pupils represent North Herts at swimming championships

PUBLISHED: 16:05 11 May 2016 | UPDATED: 16:05 11 May 2016

Greneway School Year 6 girls who represented North Herts Schools' U11s in the Inter-District swimming finals

Greneway School Year 6 girls who represented North Herts Schools' U11s in the Inter-District swimming finals


Three Greneway School pupils steered North Herts to a fourth place finish at the Inter-District Swimming Championships in Watford.

Katherine Swarbrick (50m breaststroke), Bethan Wall 50m butterfly) and Anna Adam (50m backstroke) were all selected for the squad after recent successes at the Herts Schools’ Championships and Herts Leagues.

The trio combined in the 4x25m medley and freestyle relays.


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