ABBIE Jenkins swept all before her in the Merseyside Tadpole League with a record-breaking display.
The 11-year-old Wade Deacon High School girl won all six of her races in the regional competition to claim the overall Under-11 girls title.
Not only did she enjoy 100% success, she also set new standards in four of her events by breaking league records.
Abbie's best performance came in the 200m backstroke in which she knocked nine seconds off the previous best time for victory by 11 seconds.
She beat the 200m individual medley re-cord by five seconds, which was also her winning margin.
She came home six seconds clear in the 200m freestyle and sliced a couple of seconds off the previous best time.
She also set a new winning mark for 50m backstroke which she completed more than a second faster than it had ever been done in her age group competition.
The Liverpool Penguins swimmer's other triumphs were in the 50m and 200m butterfly.
Abbie's dad Dave said: 'These results are a result of lots of hard work and dedication as Abbie trains on average for 10 hours a week and can do up to 14 hours.
'She is a member of the Squad System at the City of Liverpool and has just competed in the National Junior Inter-League final at Everton Sports Centre.
'The team finished second overall and Abbie finished a respectable fifth in the freestyle event, despite not swimming at her best, as well as competing in the relay events.'
Abbie, from Heath Road, Widnes, has been a club swimmer for three years.
She started her career at Halton Swimming Club before being spotted by the city club.