WYRE Forest Swimming Club members were once again among the medals at the last session of the Worcester County Championships Finals.
The club had a total of 27 qualifiers, with half of those finishing in the top ten in the county in one or more of their swims.
Wyre Forest head coach, John Dougall, said: "Another great weekend of competing, following the hugely successful block we had the previous weekend.
"I was yet again very impressed with how the swimmers improved from heats into finals, picking up personal best times along with medals in their swims.
"Across the board it’s comforting to see the hard work and skills we’ve been working on paying off. There’s still a long way to go but things look very positive for the future."
The club's medallists were: Jasmin Yates (12 yrs) who became County Champion in her age group for both the 200m back and 200m fly; Alexandra Hayes (10/11 yrs) took Silver in both the 50m fly & 200m IM and also a bronze in the 100m free; Lillie Grove (10/11 yrs) took Silver in the 200m back; Abbie Rowley (16yrs+) took Silver in the 50m fly; Rosie Lane (16yrs+) took Silver in the 100m free; Eddie Cox (13 yrs) took Silver in the 200m fly; Bradley Baddams (15yrs) took Bronze in the 200m fly; Matilda Calder (14yrs) took Bronze in the 50m fly and Nathaniel Crowther (14yrs) took Bronze in the 200m IM.
Achieving top ten finishes in their individual races were Amber Wright, Robert Darbyshire, Imogen Cook, Jeremy Summers, Dylan Smith and Erin Freer. Also representing WF were Adam Newey, Emma Elwell, Tia Clayton, Jack O’Connell, Grace Darby-Duffield, Mia Walton, Nathan Hawkins, Mollie Kilgour, Lucy Connolly, Emily Watkiss, Lois Stevens and Helena Shackleton.