MILTON KEYNES LEAGUE
Triumphant Hillingdon Swimming Club swept aside all opposition to win both Division One and Two of the Milton Keynes League.
Hillingdon A team won nine out of 49 events in their final at Maidenhead which helped them total 228 points and record a convincing victory over Windsor (178), Ealing (174), Amersham (168), Staines (155) and Teddington (123).
As league champions, the team, consisting of boys and girls aged nine to 12 years old, will now compete in the Southern Final at Aylesbury on October 5, when the top four will qualify for November's English Final along with the top four from the Northern Final.
The Hillingdon B team was on home turf at Hayes where they won 27 out of 49 races to post a winning total of 204 points, finishing well clear of Chalfont (165), Wellingborough (144), Flitwick (114) and Leighton Buzzard (101).
That gave them the Division Two title and with it promotion to Division One where next year they will compete against their own A team.
A delighted team coach John Green-wood said: "Both teams swam brilliantly and showed great team spirit throughout their three galas to win a famous double for the club."
The A team was: Jaycee Sibley, Fiona McAndrew, Sarah Procter, Kate Wilson, Elise Kelly, Tess Fawkes, Keyala Wharton-Adey, Lauren O'Connor, Megan Moloney, Paige Mann, Libby Sadler, Emma Hick, Sarah Harrington, Daisy Fraser, Georgia Collins, Lorraine Bouch, Callum Mitchell, Lucas Navarro, Edward Walker, Fravash Bilimoria, Joash Buijs, George Taplin, Liam Curran, Jamie Taylor, Matthew Quinn, Louie Harmon, Leighton Jones, Pacho Nieto-O'Brian, Danny Nelson, Louis South, Jamie Woodman, Leon Beriche, Daniel Brennard and Massimo Michini.
The B team was: Charlotte Jackson, Holly Esson, Jenny Hirst, Helen Stokes, Shanie Thomas, Charlotte Lomax, Demi Winton, Zayna Hussein, Chloe Lachasseigne, Casey Fisher, Amy Moseley, Camellia Hassan, Adelle Hall, Lalitha Try, Alice Walker, Naomi Ayrton, Zoe Lomax, Emily Kilmartin, Matthew Conder, Thomas Wood, Lewis Newman, Michael Manfredi, Joe McCormack, Danial Chapman, Oliver Kenway, Shariq Jamani, Sam Mackerness, Daniel Grimwade, Davin McAndrew, Noah Foley, Harry Jackson, Ted Elson, Kenzo Motohashi, George Prunty, Bradley O'Connor and Alfie Johnson.