Field all set for splash for cash

Michael Boult

More than 150 swimmers from around Tasmania are expected to compete for cash and medals atthe South Esk sprint meet on Saturday, June 25.

The seventh annual event is also open to masters and multi-class swimmers this year, to provide amore inclusive format.

It is at the Launceston Aquatic Centre.

The dash for cash events are a highlight of the program, according to South Esk president JayneShepherd.

This sees the fastest eight male and female junior and senior swimmers allvying for a share of $1500 in prize money.

In addition to the relay events, the Curran Cup is another highlight on the program.

“The host club, South Esk, will need to pull out all stops to fend off strong challenges from otherteams to keep the cup in the trophy cabinet for the third year in a row,” Shepherd said.

“The day will again be full of fun and activity both in and out of the pool.

“DJ Toby will be pumping out music throughout the event, the popular ‘dance cam’ will return withgreat prizes after being such a hit with all ages last year and the huge South Esk raffle will be drawnduring the break on the day.”

Entries close on June 16.

Warm-up for the event is at 2pm with racing starting at 2.30pm.

For more information contact lee.curran1@bigpond苏州美甲美睫培训学校 or visit the Swimming Tasmania websiteand click on the competitions button.

Lightning BoultSwimming Tasmania has congratulated HC Swim Club’s Michael Boult, 17, on his identification as anemerging talent in the Australian swimming team.

Make a dateTHE Northern winter regional championships, at the Launceston Aquatic Centre pool, will runover one day, instead of two, on Sunday, July 24.

The Southern championships are on Saturday, July23, in Hobart.

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