Scots PGC age champions: (Back, from left) Tim Sharpe, Matthew Kanowski, Matthew Compton; (middle) Grace Buchholz, Hadley Dearden, Alexander Brown, Amelia Cowley; (front) Elizabeth Cowley, Tegan Warrener and Emma Walton.
Scots PGC age champions: (Back, from left) Tim Sharpe, Matthew Kanowski, Matthew Compton; (middle) Grace Buchholz, Hadley Dearden, Alexander Brown, Amelia Cowley; (front) Elizabeth Cowley, Tegan Warrener and Emma Walton.

Swimmers set eight records at comp

SWIMMING talent was on show at The Scots PGC College Senior Inter-Clan swimming carnival with a number of records being broken.

Warwick swimming star Tegan Warrener smashed six records in the 50m freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly, 100m freestyle and 200m individual medley.

Elliese Ackermann broke the 50m butterfly record, Matthew Kanowski equalled Max Ackermann’s 50m breaststroke record and the Mackay senior girls set a new 4x50m medley relay record.

In the team events, Macinnes won the Wallace Kieseker Cup for inter-clan relay and the Buss Cup for champion boy clan, Mackay won the Robyn McLellan Cup for girls’ inter-clan relay and Deane-Butcher champion girl clan and overall Graham Family Trophy for champion clan was Cameron.

Age champions were:

Girls – Amelia Cowley and runner-up Rylie Douglas, 13 years; Grace Buchholz and r/u Tamar Stanfield-Roche, 14 years; Elizabeth Cowley and r/u Elliese Ackermann, 15 years; Emma Walton and r/u Lauren Constable, 16 years; Tegan Warrener and r/u Annie Bowen, 17 years and older. Boys – Hadley Dearden and r/u Max Hall, 13 years; Alexander Brown and r/u Harrison Brady, 14 years; Tim Sharpe and r/u Elliott Breadmore, 15 years; Matthew Compton and Julian Loscher, 16 years; and Matthew Kanowski and Matthew Cowley, 17 years and older.



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