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TWO TOP BOY AWARDS
Posted by lisa on 06 December
After the recent change to Club Champs 3, it meant that some swimmers were back in action the following day. A team of 18 traveled to John Charles Center at Leeds to take part in the Doncaster Dates Swim A Long Santa Meet.
Alfie Nixon secured the Top 12 year old boy Trophy, with an impressive 2 first places, 2 second places, a third ,fourth and a fifth place, as well as a speeding ticket.
Thomas Crow also took top boy award in the 15years and over age group. Thomas placed first three times, second once, third three times and fourth and fifth once.
At lunch the there was one point separating Thomas and Kristopher Asher, the afternoon proved to be a great competition between the two swimmers.
Out of all swimmers 7 were placed in the top 3 within their age group.
It's Time to Return Your Trophies
Posted by lisa on 05 December
As 2019 comes to a close for the swimming calendar, preparations are underway for the Annual Presentation Evening for the year. Anyone who received a Trophy at the awards evening for 2018 should return them to a member of the committee as soon as possible.
The date for the evening will be released as soon as everything is finalised.
Thank you for your continued support.
Young Leaders Development Days 2020
Posted by lisa on 28 November
Young Leader Development Days have been scheduled to take place in 2020 for Young Volunteers from the Swim England North East Region Clubs to gain aquatics volunteering skills and some practical experience of working at aquatics events.
The opportunities are available are for young adults aged from 14 and 17 years who are part of an aquatics club. The days will provide the young leaders with an opportunity to develop their skills, broaden their knowledge, enhance their CV and get involved in the wider aquatic community.
The development days will take place on:
Saturday 14th March 2020, 9:00am – 5:00pm at John Charles Centre for Sport, Leeds, LS11 5DJ.
Sunday 15th March 2020, 9:00am – 5:00pm at Beverley Leisure Centre, Beverley HU17 0LT.
(Note: Each development day will cover the same content. Candidates are required to attend just one of the two days).
If it is something that your child would be interested in please let a member of the Committee know, as South Axholme Sharks are willing to pay the course fees for any of our swimmers attending.
Both development days will include the following workshops:
This workshop will provide an opportunity to consider what goes into delivering an aquatics event, the various different roles involved and the different skills required to ensure that an event runs effectively and efficiently.
This workshop will cover an introduction into the world of the swimming officiating. The training opportunity will include British Swimming Timekeeper and Judge 1 training.
Timekeeper training will cover the practical aspects of what is required of a timekeeper. Judge 1 training encompasses the role and duties of a Timekeeper, Chief Timekeeper and Inspector of Turns.
Candidates will undertake some classroom based theory instruction, then gain practical experience of working on the poolside at a competition at the venue in the afternoon.
Young Leaders who attend the days will be provided with the appropriate resources to support them with event officiating volunteering.
A £5 contribution will be requested from each volunteer to assist in delivering the day. Candidates will be asked to pay this contribution once their place on the day has been confirmed.
Candidates attending the day will be given the opportunity later in the year to volunteer at other events across the region such as the Regional Competitions and National Competitions organised by Swim England.
Places on each of the development days are limited. Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.
Applications should be made online at: Young Leader Development Day Application Form 2020. Apply early to avoid disappointment!
If you require any additional information, please contact David Parry, Regional Development Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel; 07949251482.
Regional Development Officer
T 01325 481260
M 07949 251482
ASA and Training Fees 2020
Posted by lisa on 28 November
Annual ASA Membership. There are 3 categories with different payment for each – DUE 1st JANUARY 2020
CAT 1 – Non competing members.
CAT 2 – Swimmers who compete in any league gala or open meet – excluding Club Championships.
CAT 3 – Non swimming member – i.e. Adult Helpers, Judges, Timekeepers, Parents etc.
If you join as a CAT 1 and then intend to swim in a licensed gala you will need to complete a CAT 2 form and pay the additional fees before competing.
No increase in Squad fees for 2020.
Reef squad x 1 swim per week £12.00 per month
Reef squad x 2+ swims per week £24.00 per month
Mako Squad x 1 swim per week £13.00 per month
Mako Squad x 2+ swims per week £26.00 per month
Great White / Masters squad x 1 swim per week £14.00 per month
Great White / Masters squad x 2+ swims per week £28.00 per month
Please ensure the correct payment is being made and that it is referenced to the swimmer.
If you need a Standing order form please ask at reception.
If you are not sure which category you should be in please speak to the Head Coach.
Mr R I Jenkins
Confirmation of Club Championship 3 Gala
Posted by lisa on 20 November
Details for the changed Club Champs are:
Date: 30th November 2019
Venue: Gainsborough Leisure Center, DN21 1EP
Warm up: 4:30pm, ages as of 16th November 2019
Any swimmer unable to make the meet, please let a member of the committee know as soon as possible. Thank you for your continued support
Only Gone and Done it Again ........ Top Club
Posted by lisa on 10 November
South Axholme Sharks have triumphed again and won Top Visiting Club at the Scunthorpe Anchor Remembrance Meet. All the swimmers contributed to the points tally with lots of medals in all grades. Well done to all the swimmers, it is a fantastic achievement to have two top club trophies in as many weeks.
Halloween Meet was a Howling Success
Posted by lisa on 06 November
Our 13th annual Halloween Meet Gala was a great success in many ways.
There are many people to thank: starting with the Officials who come back year on year to support our club; Cris Lewis the man in the the background, who manages the technical bits; Beverley Leisure who provide us with an excellent service; the Army of volunteers who help with the smooth running, before, during and after the Gala; and finally our swimmers who this year brought home the Top Club Trophy
Last year, South Axholme narrowly missed out on bringing home the Top Club Trophy, with 48 swimmers over the course of the day, it looked like a possibility this year.
After the first event Scunthorpe Anchor took an early lead, over the next nine events the lead passed between Louth, Pocklington (last years winners), Scunthorpe Anchor and South Axholme Sharks. By the tenth event Pocklington and South Axholme were tying. At the end of the morning session South Axholme were ahead by 26 points.
South Axholme managed to hold the lead till the tenth event in the afternoon, when Pocklington managed to gain enough points to equalize. During the rest of the afternoon the lead bounced between the two clubs. South Axholme crept into the lead four events from the end of the day and held the lead to win by 8 points.
Congratulations to all swimmers involved, it was a great team effort. Along with all the medals, 26 Speeding Tickets were achieved.
Lizzie McCallum was awarded the top 13/14yrs Top girl award, Lizzie placed one first place, three second places and a third to top the table with 25 points.
Three Sharks at the Winter NERs
Posted by lisa on 03 November
Three swimmers from South Axholme Sharks gained qualifying times to swim at the North East Region Championships this weekend.
Thomas Crow (15yrs) qualified in three events: 50m Freestyle, 50m Backstroke and 100m Backstroke. Lizzie McCallum (14yrs) qualified in two events: 50m Backstroke and 100m Individual Medley. Joanna McCallum (11yrs) made her debut at the Championships, with an impressive 4 events: 50m Freestyle, 50m Butterfly, 100m Butterfly and 100m Individual Medley.
Well done swimmers to all three.
Emily Triumphs at the DMASA Individual Champs
Posted by lisa on 21 October
Emily Exton triumphed with 5 impressive swims to take Top 15 Year Old Girl at the recent DMASA Individual Champs.
Emily placed, first in the 100m Freestyle, 100m Individual Medley and the 100m Butterfly, 2nd in the 100m Breaststroke and 3rd in the 100m Backstroke, gaining two pbs against entry times along the way, to gain 27 points and secure top girl award.
Well Done Emily
The DMASA ( Doncaster Metropolitan Amateur Swimming Association) hold several Galas throughout the year at Adwick Leisure Centre, and swimmers are from the Doncaster Area.
Clocks go back on the 27th Oct 2019 at 2am
Posted by lisa on 21 October
All those attending the 2019, Halloween Meet, please remember that the clocks go back, so you get an extra hour in bed, before the busy day ahead at Beverley.
Swimmers should be on poolside approximately 10 minutes before warm up starts. Remember your poolside top.Fancy dress if you dare (no face paints).
Let's make this our best Gala yet!
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