Autumn League 2018 – Round 3 : Times & Report


Corby International Pool, Corby and Meadowside Leisure Centre, Burton on Trent, 8th December 2018

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On the 8th December the 2018 Autumn league came to a conclusion, with the newly formed Burton B hosting the 3rd tier final at the Meadowside LC, and the A team going to the Corby International Pool for the 3rd time in a row that Burton had made the grand final. The format of this league is similar to all Leicester Leagues in that the 25-30 clubs are split into a random open draw at round 1 with limited seeding– then you are seeded for round 2 to try and keep apart the top seeds from round 1 – with points earned from the first two round determining what level final you arrive in come December.

Last year the club had made the major final for the second consecutive year. This year we took a huge step forward as a club and moved to fielding a second competitive team for the first time in our history. In round 1 we had been amazed to see the B team come 3rd while our A team had won the gala. In round 2 the A team once again won and the B team came 5th in a 7 team gala.

There are 4 age groupings all at age at the 31/12/18 – being age 10, 12, 14 and over 14 (open). With all Leicester League formats the rules are simple – you cannot swim in round 3 if you have not swam in an earlier round. Races for age 10 are 25m, age 12 are 50m and the older age groups are mainly 100m.

The B team went into this gala ranked 18th and had the mighty Sharks C, Sharks D, Neptune B, Rugby and Swadlincote as their opposition to place teams between 15th and 20th in the final table.

The A team went up against 3 huge teams in Nuneaton, Rushden A and Corby, plus Nene Valley, Penguins, Kettering A and Hinckley B – all to decide who came 1st to 8th this year – our best ever finish on the night being 6th in 2016.

A team Results from Corby

5 First Places:

Jaina Muogbo, Bella Smith, Lana Clamp and Bella Richards – age 10 free relay
Bella Smith – age 10 breast 25m
Ella Cooper – age 12 free 50m
Jaina Muogbo – age 10 free 25m
Jaina Muogbo, Bella Smith, Lana Clamp and Bella Richards – age 10 medley relay

4 Second Places:

Dylan Mitchell – age 10 back 25m
Ella Cooper – age 12 fly 50m
Lana Clamp – age 10 fly 25m
Dylan Campbell – age 10 fly 25m

5 Third Places:

Dylan Mitchell, Dylan Campbell, Lucas Joubert and Josh Cooper – age 10 free relay
Ella Cooper, Georgia Ulyett, Brieana Shrive and Ruby Welsford – age 12 free relay
Harrison Jones – age 12 free 50m
Georgia Ulyett, Ruby Welsford, Ella Cooper and Brieana Shrive – age 12 medley relay
Jack Ward, Adam Doughty, Sam Hickinbottom and Matt Gates – open medley relay

12 Fourth Places:

Matt Gates, Sam Hickinbottom, Jack Ward and Adam Doughty – open free relay
Jaina Muogbo – age 10 back 25m
Matt Gates – open free 100m
Jonny Stimpson – age 10 breast 25m
Ella Cooper – age 14 free 100m
George Greener – age 14 free 100m
Ruby Welsford – age 12 back 50m
Sophie Fowkes – age 14 back 100m
George Greener – age 14 back 100m
Sam Hickinbottom – open fly 100m
Dylan Mitchell, Jonny Stimpson, Dylan Campbell and Josh Cooper – age 10 medley relay
Cannon Relay Team

Final result based on 8 points for first – A RECORD HIGH FINISH FOR BASC!!!!!!!!!!!:-

Position Team Points
1 Rushden A 333
2 Corby 259.5
3 Nuneaton 239
4 Burton A 226.5
5 Kettering 183
6 Hinckley B 168
7 Leicester Penguins 161
8 Nene Valley 151


B team Results from the Meadowside

5 First Places:

Yuri Oliferuks, Oliver Mitchell, Toby Durkan and James Williams – age 10 free relay
Finley Brown – open free 100m
George Stevens – open back 100m
Charlotte Breeze – age 14 free 100m
Finley Brown – open fly 100m

8 Second Places:

George Stevens, Finley Brown, Finlay Bell and Ben Crockett – open free relay
Hayden Cotton – age 14 breast 100m
Toby Durkan – age 10 breast 25m
Charlotte Breeze – age 14 fly 50m
Noah O’Brien – age 14 fly 50m
Charlie Miller – age 12 back 50m
Toby Durkan – age 10 free 25m
George Stevens, Ben Crockett, Finley Brown and Finley Bell -open medley relay

11 Third Places:

Amber Wan, Neha Varghese, Emily Copley and Beth Holmes – age 10 free relay
James Williams – age 10 back 25m
Amelie Spiers – age 12 fly 50m
Henry Duncan – age 12 free 50m
Amber Wan – age 10 fly 25m
Yuri Oliferuks -age 10 fly 25m
George Stevens – open breast 100m
Charlie Miller – age 12 breast 50m
Max Sandle – age 12 breast 50m
Amber Wan, Freya Smith, Emily Copley and Beth Holmes – age 10 medley relay
Charlie Miller, Rachael Greener, Amelie Spiers and Issy Mills – age 12 medley relay

Final Result – based on 6 points for first:-

Position Team Points
1 Rugby 251
2 Leicester Sharks C 245
3 Burton B 175
4 Leicester Neptune B 150
5 Swadlincote 64
6 Leicester Sharks D 62


Fielding two teams and one of them hosting meant we needed more support than ever – so massive thank you to Ian, Simon, Mary, Jo, Brian and Andy for being poolside and encouraging the kids.

Also thank you to
– Craig, Debbie, Helen, Karen, Jo, Pete, Simon, Lee, Paul, Wayne, Bev, Martin, Jo, Fiona, Steve and Dave/Jane for the officiating/timing
– To the sending support team of Simon, Lee, Sarah, Emily, Jo, Abbie, Paul and Jenny– thank you so much – lots of very excited kids to get to the right place at the right time!!!
– Hannah and Louise for the desk at Burton gala
– David for announcing at the Burton gala
– The parents for all the cheering and support of both our teams last night

A TEAM Highlights – 52 PB times and no DQ

The A team have finished the league in 4th place – our highest ever finish

STAR SWIMMER – the age 10 girls relay team (Jaina Muogbo, Bella Smith, Lana Clamp and Bella Richards) and Ella Cooper – winning races at this level was simply amazing

STAR RACEDylan Mitchell for his PB coming second in age 10 25m back

Special mention to Ella Cooper and Sophie Fowkes for swimming up age groups to keep the balance of the team right -and James Copley for changing venues at late notice to help his club and swimming two great PB times

B TEAM Highlights – 42 PB times and just 2 DQ

The B team have finished the league in 17th – 3rd in the 3rd tier final matching what the A team could achieve in 2013

STAR SWIMMERFinley Brown and George Stevens – swimming so well to lead by example to all the younger kids at the gala

STAR RACE –.Charlotte Breeze swimming the 100m free in a PB to show the A team she is back and ready for the Winter League

Special mention to Rachael Greener and Amelie Spiers for swimming up ages to give us cover and the right balance of the team.

So in the end 2018 was a record high year on all fronts – well done to swimmers, parents and coaches!!!!

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