DIMITY Brackin won the trophy for most outstanding personal achievement for the Warwick Swimming Club during the 2009-2010 season.
She competed at all Darling Downs carnivals the Warwick club attended and swam at the state championships.
Dimity and Joshua Day won the two open championships in the club.
Cameron Watts showed outstanding form in his first season to win the rookie of the year trophy as well as the trophy for most points by any one swimmer in Friday night club competition.
Long-term club member and past patron Lance Reddick, 92, came from Bundaberg with his daughter Margaret for the presentation evening.
Trophies on the night were presented by club president David Fearby, patron Cr Neil Meiklejohn, Mr Reddick, club vice president Ross Brackin and secretary Gerard Kane.
Brendan Hoffman received two trophies: the Malcolm Munro Memorial Shield for most improved swimmer over four strokes and the Lucas Family trophy for club spirit.
Fearby said the club membership was 68 and all swimmers received a trophy at the presentation evening at the Warwick Golf Club on Saturday.
“It was a very successful win as all swimmers consistently set new personal best times throughout the season,” Fearby said. “The club won the overall club trophy at the McNamara Sprints which were the Darling Downs Short Course Swimming championships.”
Caitlin Skaines, Cody Hoffman, Abby Grayson, Seamus Ryan, Chelsea O’Connor, Ben Gross, Caitlin Hill, Michael Coleman, Dimity Brackin, Travis Richmond, Shenee Coleman, Brayden Fearby, Codie Brackin, Harrison Brady, Joshua Day, Taylah Brackin, Robert Kane..