14th Jan 2017
Plymouth Life Centre
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The Devon Team were pleased to put the long coach journey behind them when they arrived in Chesterfield at around 5.30 pm on the Saturday evening. Once allocated their rooms and after a brief period of 'down time' the team gathered in the dining room for their evening meal. After this had been demolished, a full team meeting followed, with our county president Mr Derek Wyatt presenting the new Devon Team member pin badges to all those who had been selected to swim for their County. In the team there were also five ‘veterans’ Lauren Hession, Aliyah Mai Webb, Ben Staig Tom Downs and Ollie Taverner, who received their full County caps having swum for Devon for three years. The team captains Aliyah Mai Webb and Ben Staig were also announced and introduced to the team.
After the presentations the Head coach Greg King (Mount Kelly) and assistant coach Lindsay Powell ( Exeter) gave a team talk which was designed to make sure that everyone realised that they could, if they all worked together, get the promotion we were looking for.
posted 1 Nov 2016
At the Annual General Meeting at the Blagdon Inn Paignton, Sue Haigh (President 2015-2016) welcomed her successor Derek Wyatt.
Posted 14 Jun 16
Devon County President Mrs Sue Haigh receives a new trophy from Mr John Bird (pictured left) to commemorate his year as ASA National President. The cup will be presented for the first time in 2017 to the Junior Mens 200m butterfly winner.
Presented by John Bird - National ASA President