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Some of the Ocean Shores Aqautic team including regional champions Tom Cheek, Meg Porter and Sashi Wills; and zone champions Montannah Archibald, Eve Porter and Tiggi Groves with coach Adrian Fillipic.

Ocean Shores Aquatics has 17 swimmers heading to Sydney to represent their schools and the Far North Coast at state school swimming meets in April.

Some will swim in relays but the majority will be going down for individual events.

‘Regional champions Sashi Wills, Meg Porter, and Thomas Cheek will be competing in a total of up to eight events, testing their endurance levels and character,’ coach Adrian Fillipic said.

‘We wish all of these swimmers happy travels and great swims along with some pleasant experiences’.


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