A flood of records broken at Euroa district swim carnival

HIGH ACHIEVERS: (top left) St John’s School Euroa students Georgia Bromley, Madison Hearmon, Katy Frewen, Olivia Gall, Katriona Doyle-Hill, Georgia Gall; (middle left) Nick Russell, Josh Higgins, Bailey Kubeil, Ryan Hill, Baxter Ramsden and Talleigh McCabe; (bottom left) Madison Andrews, Erin Durkin, Laura Frewen, Elise Durkin and Charlie Bromley.PHOTOS: Anthony Cini

OVER 30 students from Euroa set new records at last week’s Euroa District Swimming Carnival, securing places at the Divisional Swimming Sports at Seymour next week.

Seventeen students from both Euroa Primary School and St John’s School Euroa will be competing in the next round of the competition, securing first and second places in a variety of events.

Nagambie Primary School, St Joseph’s School Nagambie, Peranbin Primary College (Violet Town campus) and Murchison Primary School also competed in the district carnival.

Euroa Primary principal Ross Davis said he was very proud of his students, considering there wasn’t a swimming club in Euroa.

“All 17 kids did a great job and we are so proud of their efforts,” he said.

“Each of them finished with a personal best time.”

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