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November 27, 2022

Mullumbimby swim meet draws 200

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Over 200 swimmers from 15 clubs took part in the Mullumbimby Swim Club’s Halloween Qualifying Meet held at the Petria Thomas Memorial Pool last Sunday.

Competitors came from as far as Grafton, the Gold Coast, Twin Towns, Casino and Brisbane, as well as local clubs including Alstonville, Kingscliff, Lismore and Murwillumbah.

Swimmers were aiming to qualify for the North Coast championships in November. 

Mullumbimby swim club had 13 swimmers competing, with several personal-best times recorded. The team included Georgina Morley-Miller, Natasha Fraser, Davide Irace, Zara Morris, Pia Brittain, Sara Irace, Leon Weir, Rio Carter, Grace Creighton, Daniel Irace, Jonti Beale, Mira Brittain and Asha Brittain.

Mullumbimby swim club is a small and friendly club and always welcomes new members.

The club will run a second carnival in March 2020.


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