Southern Downs swimmers in the regional team (back, from left) Abbey Pout, Bronte Collins, Caitlin Hill, Dimity Brackin, (front) Kelsey Hogar, Jesse Wallace, Larissa Millard and Michael Coleman.
Southern Downs swimmers in the regional team (back, from left) Abbey Pout, Bronte Collins, Caitlin Hill, Dimity Brackin, (front) Kelsey Hogar, Jesse Wallace, Larissa Millard and Michael Coleman. Debbie Millard

Swimmers off to titles at Chandler

ST MARY’S student Dimity Brackin will contest every event in her age group as she aims for her first individual medal at the Queensland Primary School Swimming Championships from Sunday to Tuesday.

Dimity was fourth in the butterfly final last year in the 10 years age group and won relay medals last year.

Abbey Pout, Bronte Collins, Caitlin Hill, Kelsey Hogar, Jesse Wallace, Larissa Millard and Michael Coleman will also represent Darling Downs.

The eight from the Southern Downs are part of a regional team of 47.



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