Ton up for swimmers Royston hit magic 100-member mark

PUBLISHED: 11:36 09 November 2006 | UPDATED: 14:54 12 May 2010

ROYSTON Swimming Club are celebrating this week after membership topped 100. The club - which runs two training sessions a week - has a waiting list for the first time in its history and is running trials for potential new members. But head coach Tricia D

ROYSTON Swimming Club are celebrating this week after membership topped 100.

The club - which runs two training sessions a week - has a waiting list for the first time in its history and is running trials for potential new members.

But head coach Tricia Dear is still keen to find talented young swimmers - especially boys. "We are delighted with the way the club is growing," she said. "But we still want to hear from anyone interested in racing - especially boys."

Royston has forged links with the McSplash Swimming Club in Melbourn and around six Melbourn swimmers have stepped up to the Royston ranks in recent months.

McSplash coach Jenny Brackley has also set-up a scheme to improve the standards of adult swimming with the launch of a McSplash Masters class. She wants to hear from any adults who can swim a length and want to improve.

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