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Back‐to‐back ACC Swimming Champions

Congratulations to our swim team who on Friday 22 February successfully defended their title and claimed the 2019 ACC Division 1 Swimming Championship!

In what was an extremely close swim meet, our defiant team held on to overcome Whitefriars College by 2.5 points. With such close scores for the entirety of the night, it was a true team performance where there was a lot riding on every race; every finishing place really counted.

Just as impressive as the final scores, was the team’s attitude both inside and outside of the pool; the team truly looked out for each other and the senior students embraced the next generation of swimmers coming through.

All 2019 swim team members, led by their Captains, Campbell Freeman and Morgan Morffew, are to be congratulated on their efforts and their contribution to this great success. Swimming requires many dedicated early mornings and these students reaped the rewards of their unwavering commitment. 

Some of our stand out swimmers on the night were:

Campbell Freeman
Open 50m Breast Division 1A Winner
Open 50m Back Division 1A Winner
*Campbell also broke the previous ACC Open 50m Free Division 1 record but finished in second place.

Morgan Morffew
Open 50m Free Division 1B Winner
Open 50m Back Division 1B Winner

John Beddoe
U16 50M Free Division 1B Winner

Will Orton
U15 50M Breast Division 1B Winner

Ryo Hayashi
U13 50M Breast Division 1A Winner

Wesley Li
U13 50M Breast Division 1B Winner

Morgan Morffew, Campbell Freeman, Liam Jenkins and Paolo Cugliari
Open Medley Relay Team Winners
Open Free Relay Team Winners 

Hiroki Hayashi, Sean Kelliher, Stefan Skarlatos and Harry McLean
U17 Medley Relay Team Winners 

Jeremy Grigg, Cameron Clarke, Daniel Park, Alex MacFarlane
U14 Free Relay Team Winners

De La Salle College also won the Junior and Senior Swimming Cup titles on the night. 

Much praise needs to be given to our swim coach Guy Eylon who brings out the competitive edge in all of our swimmers and his dedication to our team over the past few years has been outstanding. This year Guy has been ably assisted by former Swim Captain, Angus McLean (Class of 2018) whose continued willingness to be involved in the De La Salle community sets a fine example for our younger swimmers.

Mr Michael Wilson
ACC Sport Coordinator