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Autumn Challenge Level 3 Open Meet


We are pleased to announce we are hosting a Level 3 Open Meet on Sunday 17th October at Whittlesey. We very much look forward to seeing you at our meet.

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Swimming Trials


March Marlins is looking for new swimmers to join our club.
If your child can swim 25m on their front and back please get in contact.

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Richard Shaw Gala

14-10-2018 14:33 by Mark McGowen

The March Marlins were split into two squads, the Blues and the Whites, for the annual Memorial gala for Richard Shaw on Saturday.

Richard swam for the club, but sadly passed away 7 years ago. The gala offers a chance for swimmers to compete in his name and celebrate their own successes. The Marlins gained 43 personal bests and showed off some fantastic racing. The nine year old category showcased great swimming from Jude Staton, Layla Bullman, Abigail Watsham, Matthew Cumbridge, Isla Staton, Lexie Goodman, Luis Souto Hill and Theo Liversedge with  Lexie and Luis finishing with a first position and personal best in a race each. First positions and personal best times were achieved by Hannah Jordan, Tom Hanley, Molly Mcgowen, Harry Rayner, Chloe Cook, Luke Ruggles and Weronika Mikolajewska. The butterfly races, the stroke favoured by Richard, saw some great perfomances. Personal best times for the 50m fly races came from Harry Rayner, Hannah Jordan, Una Ansone, Weronika Mikolajewska, Katie McGowen, Rosie Beningfield, Freddie Allen and Molly McGowen. Richard’s brother, Graham Shaw also swam the butterfly race as well as competing in the relays. The final race was the mixed relay, aptly named the Richard Relay Butterfly. This provided an exciting end to a full evening of competition and illustrated the Marlins speed and teamwork. Final results; Ely 147, March Marlins White 144, St Neots 121, March Marlins Blue 120, Mildenhall 99.

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