BAGCATS

AcronymDefinition
BAGCATSBritish Age Group Categories (swimming)
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Sam Douglas took the BAGCATS award after winning | |gold, silver and three bronze medals
PULL: Beth Feeney, below, at the N& D Bagcats gala WINNER: Perry Gardner, left, was on the winner's podium 12 times, where he was joined below by Danny Barry and Daniel Andrews
First-time qualifiers for this year's National Bagcats Championships were George Flesher, Jamie Brown, Daniel Val erio and Harmonie Waterman.
BoK now have a total of 18 swimmers qualified for this year's National Youth and Bagcats Championships, along with three teams.
The Bagcats Championships held at Ponds Forge was the last chance for swimmers to qualify for this year's National Championships and, for many, the last major Meet of the season.
And while the Dolphins' swimmers were making an impact in the specialised BAGCATS, there was no shortage of success in the championships as they accumulated 30 gold, 36 silver and 36 bronze medals.
The competition at Ponds Forge for 10-13 year girls and 10-14 boys was the last chance to qualify for the National Championships in August, and the Bagcats really rose to the challenge.
Bagcat swimmer Matthew Johnson was in sensational form as Borough of Kirklees achieved some outstanding results at the North Eastern Counties Long Course Championships.
Three of those went to 11-year-old John Noble who claimed Bagcats titles in the boys 100, 200 and 400 metres freestyle - the longer two with championship record performances.
Justine Clark was inside the old championship record as she finished in second place in the age-17 100 metres butterfly, and Noble also collected a silver medal in the Bagcats 100 metres backstroke.