KATIE Holmes rounded off her 2007 county championships with a clean sweep of the breaststroke events as Halton Swimming Club celebrated their best ever team performance in national championships.
The 16-year-old was already the holder of the 100m title after her victory from the previous week and she dominated the 50m event at Stockport with team-mate Katie Scutt the runner-up.
Katie then set a new county 16-years agegroup record 200m time of 2:40.09 to win her age group and both the junior and senior titles.
She led from the gun, leaving some great swimmers in her wake - including Winsford's Lucy Tettley.
Another great result came Halton's way when 17-year-old Sarah-Louise Banner took the ladies' premier event, the 100m freestyle in a great time of 60 seconds flat.
Sarah's underwater work left the rest of the field behind and she triumphed with seconds to spare.
Andrew Matthews finished in the silver-medal spot for 50m freestyle (24.5) to claim a national qualifying time for Halton.
Repeating the feat was team-mate Will Warburton, who won the 50m backstroke in 28.6 secs, a new club long-course record.
Both swimmers claimed other podium finishes with silvers - Will at 50m butterfly and 100m breast-stroke and Andy with his 50m backstroke.
As the club's medal tally grew, 12-year old Ellie Newby took silver with a great 100m freestyle in 1:05.
Bronze medals came the way of Katie Scutt (200m breaststroke), Chris Newby (800m freestyle) and Andrew Matthews (50m butterfly) while Jess Wainwright, Ste Bailey, Martin Bossom, Adam Owens and James Flaherty all reached finals.
Emma Flaherty, Louise Wall-bank, Jack Steele, Sarah Steele, Rebecca Reese and Lucy Wallbank all helped to keep Halton's profile high.