Huge medal haul for Potters Bar Swimming Club at county championship

Jake Moore was one of Potters Bar Swimming Club's many multi-medal winner swimmers at the Herts Coun

Jake Moore was one of Potters Bar Swimming Club's many multi-medal winner swimmers at the Herts County Championships. - Credit: Archant

Potters Bar Swimming Club enjoyed an excellent showing at the County Championships by bringing home a huge medal haul.

Getting to the championships was hard enough with swimmers from the Furzefield Centre-based club having to meet Swim England performance targets.

But in total the club took 40 swimmers with 25 making the finals and Koby Cornwall, won an amazing four gold, one silver and three bronze medals.

Georgina Tallon won a gold, two silver and two bronze, as Thea Patel took one gold, three silver and two bronze.

Ethan Howard had two gold, four silver and two bronze, Jake Moore three gold, one silver, two bronze, Alfie Francis a gold and three bronze and David Shipman two silver and a bronze.

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There were also medals for Adam Martin, Lilly Blount, Josh Heesom, Jessica Heesom, Dayna Shepperson and Daniel Lush while the senior girls won two relay golds and the senior boys added two silvers.

Potters Bar followed up the successful county results with a first-place finish in round two of the Herts Major League.

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Herts Championships qualifers: Lilly Blount, Eliza Connery, Jessica Bright, Katie Conyers, Temi Elesin, Katie Harrison, Jessica Heesom, Emily Lush, Amelia Mason, Harriet Newman, Thea Patel, Dayna Shepperson, Georgina Tallon, Yasmin Wheeler, Keely White, Elliot Ball, Billy Barber, Koby Cornwall, Tolu Elesin, Alexander Feeney, Josh Heesom, Matthew Honeyman, Ethan Howard, Daniel Lush, Luke Martell, Adam Martin, Alexander Mason, Jake Moore, Samuel Oakley, Jack Patrick, Benji Refson, James Renton, Daniel Rinkoff, Jack Savage, David Shipman, Charlie Stanbury, Thomas Stanbury.

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