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M11 JUNIOR LEAGUE UPDATE

After the first two rounds of this year’s M11 Junior League, Anaconda are sitting in 4th place in the league and with the top 3 being promoted to the 1st division it is all to play for in the final round on the 29th June.

2nd ROUND RESULTS

 

TEAM

GALA PTS

LEAGUE PTS

1

WALTHAM FOREST

276

8

2

HACKNEY AQUATICS

274

7

3

ANACONDA

252

6

4

SOUTHEND ON SEA

228

5

5

BORO OF SOUTHEND

219

4

6

BARKING & DAGENHAM

196

3

7

BROOMFIELD PARK

177

2

8

ENFIELD SWIM SQUAD B

137

1

 

LEAGUE STANDINGS GOING INTO FINAL ROUND

 

TEAM

GALA PTS

LEAGUE PTS

1

BASILDON & PHOENIX

655

16

2

HACKNEY AQUATICS

542

15

3

EPPING DISTRICT

528

14

4

ANACONDA

502.5

13

5

ROCHFORD

479

12

6

SOUTHEND ON SEA

454

10

7

ERITH

425.5

9.5

8

WALTHAM FOREST

416

9

9

BARKING & DAGENHAM

425.5

8.5

10

BORO OF SOUTHEND

416

7.5

11

BRAINTREE & BOCKING

415.5

7.5

12

CHESHUNT

368

6

13

BROOMFIELD

374.5

5

14

DUNMOW ATLANTIS

285.5

4

15

ENFIELD SWIM SQUAD

293.5

2

16

REDBRIDGE

132

1

 

An exciting final round is guaranteed as the top 8 clubs battle it out for promotion.

 

Good luck to the Anaconda squad in the final round.

 
M11 JUNIOR LEAGUE ROUND 2 18TH MAY 2014

A very cramped and hot poolside at the Queen Elizabeth School in Barnet was the backdrop for the second round of the M11 Junior League where some exhilarating races added to the already rising temperatures. A great effort from all squad members helped Anaconda to finish in 3rd place and put us through to the league final in June, where we have a chance to be promoted back to the 1st Division.

We had 23 podium finishes on the day with the 11 year old girls leading the way winning both the 4x25 free relay in 1:04.21 and 4x25 medley relay in 1:15.06. Elena Dewhurst came 2nd in the 50m fly with a time of 38.40 and Millie Troup was runner up in the 50m back in a time of 39.06. Elena and Millie teamed up with Dora Goudie and Niamh Edwards to win both relays in spectacular fashion.

The boys’ 11 year old squad also had wins in the 4x25 free relay when Isaac Omondi, Noah Boydell, Matyas Sinko and Gabriel Wilmshurst stormed to victory in a time of 1:02.94. Matyas Sinko won the 50m breaststroke in a time of 44.87 and Noah Boydell came 3rd in the 50m fly with a time of 38.28. The boys also had a 3rd place finish in the 4x25 medley relay.

The 10yr old boys also had podium finishes with Alden Whiting coming 2nd in the 50m fly and both Adam Tomkinson and Billy Winterburn placing 3rd in both the 50m breast and 50m free respectively. The boys were joined by James Brealey swimming up in age to grab 2nd spot in the 4x25 medley and 3rd place in the 4x25 free relays. The 10yr old girls had Charlotte Macey finishing in 3rd place in the 50m breaststroke with a time of 47.88. Charlotte was joined by Mabli Elliman, Annie Thomas and Evelyn Leddy to clinch 3rd place in the 4x25 free.

The 12yr old girls had Alice Hockey claiming runners up spot in the 50m breaststroke in a time of 42.46 and Eve Proctor was 3rd in the 50m fly in a time of 35.52. The girls were joined by Jessica Neale and Emily Thomas to place 3rd in the 4x25 medley and 2nd in the 4x25 free relays. The 12yr old boys came 2nd in the 50m back thanks to Alistair Woolley, who was joined by Leon Butterworth, Luke Dudley and Noah Boydell to grab 2nd place in the 4x25 free relay.

The 9yr old boys had podium finishes in the shape of Conrad Rayner and James Brealey in the 25m free and fly respectively.

 

The squad was completed by Dulcie Bennett, Annabel Mitchison, Leila Shafiq, Rocio Leyva- Thomas, Dylan Barker and Bruno Tubbs who all scored very important points to help the team finish in 3rd place. Well done to you all. 

 
MCASA LONG COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS 17TH /18TH MAY 2014

The Middlesex County long course championships were resurrected this year and were held in the superb 50m pool at the University of Surrey. With very fast qualifying times we only sent Riyan Salem (16) and Fred Goudie (14) to compete and the young men didn’t disappoint.

Riyan won gold in both the 100m and 200m breaststroke achieving LC PBs as well. His time of 1:10.75 in the 100m breaststroke was just 0.53 off the National qualifying time. Another LC PB in the 200IM with 2:28.78 gave the 16 year old a creditable 5th place.

Fred had a 2 ½ sec PB in the 200m Backstroke with a time of 2:27.14 that earned him a bronze medal and a time of 1:09.32 in the 100m backstroke just missed out on a medal to place him in 4th place.

A very successful weekend for both swimmers who were supported by Head Coach Wayne Lock and Coach Charlotte Larner

 

 

 

 
KATE LACK OPEN MEET BARNET COPTHALL 10TH /11TH MAY

A total of 53 swimmers represented Anaconda over the weekend and each and every one of them contributed to a very satisfying couple of days in the pool. A total of 59 medals were won, 168 PBs were achieved, of which 66 were of a county standard and 3 new regional Q/Ts were gained.

Head Coach Wayne Lock was very happy with the commitment and application of the swimmers and very pleased to see they are taking the hard work from the training pool in to a race situation. The future is looking very bright for the squad of swimmers and the club as a whole if this level of commitment continues.

Well done to all the swimmers who swam over the weekend.

GOLD MEDALS: Riyan Salem (4) Eve Proctor (3) Esme Llewellyn-Smith (2) Sam Llewellyn-Smith (2) Noah Boydell, Fred Celul, Lulah Lyons, Aggie Benedict ,Sofia Mavili, Conrad Rayner ,Lizzie Arnold, Elena Dewhurst, Iona Ocak, Fred Goudie, Daisy Bedwell, Julia Beltrandi, Gabriel Wilmshurst.

SILVER MEDALS: Sam Llewellyn-Smith (3) Fred Goudie (2) Iona Ocak (2) Sofia Mavili, Fred Celul, Noah Boydell, Aggie Benedict, Esme Llewellyn-Smith, Lizzie Arnold, Gabriel Wilmshurst, Bluebelle Carroll.

BRONZE MEDALS: Sofia Mavili (3) Esme Llewellyn-Smith (2) Riyan Salem (2) Iona Ocak (2) Alden Whiting, Daisy Bedwell, Harriette Sebag-Montefiore, Alexa Kennedy, Fred Goudie ,Emile Dietrich, Elena Dewhurst, Eve Proctor, Aggie Benedict, Jessica Neale, Noah Boydell.

100% PB CLUB: Lulah Lyons (7) Jessica Neale (6) Billy Winterburn(6) Sofia Mavili (6) Alden Whiting (5) Noah Boydell (5) Aggie Benedict (5) Esme Llewellyn-Smith (5) Polly Rayner (4) Lizzie Arnold (4) Charlotte Macey (4) Will Greenhalgh (3) Barnaby Mackay-Howse (3) Sam Tomkinson (3) Guy Slavin (2) Theodore Elwes (2) Luke Dudley (2) Joseph Haines (2) Bluebelle Carroll (2) Mabli Elliman, Alice Bayley.

PBs: Emily Thomas (7) Annie Thomas (7) Eve Proctor (6) Riyan Salem (6) Charlie Baduna (5) Gabriel Wilmshurst (5) Sam Llewellyn-Smith (5)Leon Butterworth (5) Elena Dewhurst (4) Ben Purves (3) Alice Purves (3) Daisy Bedwell(3) Adam Tomkinson (2) Jasmina Charap (2) Dorothy Brock (2) Harriette Sebag-Montefiore (2) Alexa Kennedy (2) Leon Wolanski (2) Iona Ocak (2) Max Greenhalgh (2) Emma Brealey (2) Fred Celul (2) Alexandra Dixon (2) Ruby Clay, Conrad Rayner, Leila Ward, Cara Studman, Fred Goudie, Julia Beltrandi, Evelyn Leddy.

 

Congratulations to Noah Boydell who qualified for the London Regional Championships. 

 
 

Latest Club News

 
M11 JUNIOR LEAGUE UPDATE
M11 JUNIOR LEAGUE ROUND 2 18TH MAY 2014
MCASA LONG COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS 17TH /18TH MAY 2014
KATE LACK OPEN MEET BARNET COPTHALL 10TH /11TH MAY
 

Archived News

 

M11 JUNIOR LEAGUE ROUND 1 27TH APRIL 2014
MIDDLESEX ASA SPRING DEVELOPMENT MEET 12TH/13TH/26TH APRIL 2014
Anaconda & Hackney Swim Camp Spain 2014
NORTH LONDON GRADED LEAGUE NORTHOLT 29/3/14
MIDDLESEX ASA COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS 1ST /2ND /15TH /16TH /22ND /23RD MARCH 2014
NORTH LONDON GRADED LEAGUE HILLINGDON 22/2/14
ERIC PENWILL TROPHY RELAY GALA 2/2/14
HACKNEY AQUATICS LONG DISTANCE MEET 25/1/14
NATIONAL ARENA LEAGUE 3RD ROUND 14/12/13
ANACONDA PARENTS PASS WITH FLYING COLOURS
 
 
 
       
 
 
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