SWIMMING: Winsford ASC won six golds and boasted a host of finalists at the annual Sheffield Open Meet at Ponds Forge at the weekend.
It was the last chance for hopefuls to qualify for the ASA Nationals and 94 clubs from across Britain were represented.
Winsford captain Abi Tetley led by example to end up as overall champion in the girls' 17yrs event.
She won the 200m individual medley, 200m butterfly and 100m butterfly, was the silver medallist in the 50m freestyle, and came 4th in the 200m freestyle. She achieved national qualifying times in both the 100m butterfly and the 50m freestyle.
James Cowburnclaimedthirdoverall in the 13yrs category. Also on top form right through the weekend, he raced to an amazing sequence of national qualifying times in the 100m butterfly, the 200m backstroke, 200m IM, 200m freestyle and the gruelling 400m IM.
Lucie Tetley, 15,led from start to finish to win the breaststroke 100m and 200m events, while 12-year-old George White was the winner of his 100m race and took the silver in the 200m.
This pair were also in good form in the freestyle, both gaining silvers.
Terry Cowburn, Nigel Davies and Emma Almond were other finalists.