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Capping off a great year in the pool, the Mullumbimby Swim Club recently celebrated its club championships. Photo supplied.

The Mullumbimby Swim Club has had a great year in the pool and they recently had several swimmers qualify for state titles and the north coast regional development squad.

The club has benefitted from having Craig Davidson, a national level coach, and all swimmers and parents would like to thank him for his personalised coaching, which has brought out the best in all swimmers this year.

Well done swimmers for the excellent achievements throughout the season and good luck at the state titles!

New members are welcome – next season starts 1 September.


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