Up for air: Amber Wright was in top form flying down the Scully Park Pool as the Scully 360 club hosted one of the first carnivals to kick-off a big swim season right across the region. Photo: Peter Hardin 131116PHA070
Scully Park 360 hosted their first swim carnival last weekend to kick off what is sure to be another huge year in the pool for the club.
With temperatures up, over 250kids from 37 different clubstook part in the day, which included over 1500 events according to Scully 360 vice-president Peter Ryan.
“A couple of our kids went to Woy Woy a few weeks ago for the first carnival but this was our first for the season,” Ryan said.
“We had a really great turn out for it.”
Even though it is very early in the year both the performances and attendance point to a big year for the local club.
“The Scully 360 kids did really well,” Ryan said.
“The kids got great results with a lot of PB’s already.”
Club numbers havealso been up early in the season.
“Attendance is up and we have areally good committed group this season.”
“We had lots of parents and club members put in a lot of work to get the first carnival up and running and it was just a great way to start the season.”
Inverell and Narrabri will now both host meets over the next month.
Early form: Narrabri swimmer Adison Hartog-Smith made the trip to Scully Park as she prepares for a big season in the water. Photo: Peter Hardin 131116PHA056
Going for the wall: Kootingal Moonbi superfish Will Walsh flying down the Scully Park pool last weekend. Photo: Peter Hardin 131116PHA044
On your marks: The Scully 360 club are enjoying a boost in attendance already this year after launching into the season on Sunday. Photo: Peter Hardin 131116PHA044
Sucking it in: Miller Harwood takes a big gulp of oxygen as she flies down her lane at Scully Park during Sunday’s carnival. Photo: Peter Hardin 131116PHA038
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