Medals Galore for Sliabh Beagh at Swim Ulster Schools Championships
Last weekend 1,050 swimmers from 227 Primary and Secondary across Ulster converged on The Aurora complex in Bangor for the Swim Ulster Schools Championship. Sliabh Beagh had 34 swimmer compete, bringing home an impressive 16 medals.
Secondary school winners:
Colin Gorman was certainly in racing form competing in the senior boys section and finishing a close second in the 100M Butterfly and third in the 100M freestyle.
Sisters Claragh and Shauna mc Gahon also had a great competition with Claragh taking bronze in the 100M Backstroke and Shauna taking bronze in the 200 Individual Medley. Shauna was also awarded a gold medal in her age group in the 400M Freestyle.
Connor Comiskey was awarded gold in his age group in the 100M Backstroke and silver in the freestyle.
Jamie Sheridan took gold in his age group in the 100 fly and silver in the 100 free.
Leon Campbell qualified for the final of the 100M breaststroke and Ciaran Deasy qualified for the finals of the 200IM
Primary school winners:
Matthew Comiskey also had a great gala taking gold in the 50M Breaststroke and silver in the 50M freestyle in the junior boys section.
Caragh Leonard showed her strength taking gold in both of her races 50M breaststroke and 50M freestyle.
Alannah mc Gahon was very impressive at just 9 years of age taking gold in the 50M freestyle and silver in the 50M Fly
Her brother Cillian also took bronze in the 100IM and reached the final of the 50M backstroke.
Ruadhan Curren reached the finals of the 50M breaststroke and Darcy Walker reached the finals of the 50M Breaststroke.
Well done everyone!