Falcon effort can’t be faulted

THE RESULT failed to match the endeavour of HUCKNALL FALCON as they finished last but registered a batch of personal-best (PB) times in a stage Three gala at Hucknall Leisure Centre.

Against tough opposition, PBs came from: Sean Waterhouse (as part of the boys’ 14-and-over 4x50m freestyle relay and 12 and 13-year-olds’ 100m breaststroke), Madison Moss-Hayes (as part of girls’ ten and 11-year-olds’ 4x50m medley relay and ten and 11-year-olds’ 4x50m freestyle relay), Emma Hutson and Megan Miles (as part of girls’ 12 and 13-year-olds’ 4x50m freestyle relay, second place), Ryan Patel (ten and 11-year-old boys’ 100m backstroke),

Kyle Raison (12 and 13-year-old boys’ 100m butterfly, second place, and 12 and 13-year-olds’ 200m individual medley, second place), Sam Murden (boys’ 14 years and over 100m freestyle), Elise Connor (ten and 11-year-old girls’ 100m individual medley and as part of the ten and 11-year-olds 4x50m freestyle relay), Adam Webber (junior boy’s captain, ten and 11-year-olds’ 100m individual medley), Mason Sims (12 and 13-year-old boys’ 100m backstroke), Sophie Hutson (ten and 11-year-old girls’ 100m butterfly), Ellie-May Gunn (junior girls captain, 12 and 13-year-old girls’ 100m breaststroke), Victoria Widdowson (girls’ 14-and-over 100m butterfly), Emma Hutson ( 12 and 13-year-old girls’ 100m freestyle).

The club failed to register any first places but Sophie Hutson was runner-up in theten and 11-year-old girls 100m backstroke and Sam Murden repeated the dose in the boys’ 14-and-over 100m backstroke.

n RESULT — Kimberley 218 points,

Leander B 174

Newark 136

Chesterfield 132

Northern 114