March Marlins and Chatteris Kingfishers competed as Fenland Flyers in the Anglian League finishing in second place, only four points behind the winners Boston.
Demolishing the opposition in 15/U 100m butterfly, 100m breaststroke and Open 50m breaststroke was Mollie Allen (March/Peterborough), whilst Graham Shaw (March) performed brilliantly in the 13/U 200m I.M. and 100m butterfly.
Mark Thompson (Chatteris) easily won the Open 50m breaststroke and pipped the Wisbech swimmer at the post in the 100m I.M. Liam Oliver (Chatteris) easily won the 15/U 100m front crawl and was unlucky to finish second in the 100m breaststroke.
Ashleigh Lavender (March) won the 13/U 100m front crawl and Siobhan Halliday (March) easily won her 13/u 200m I.M. in under three minutes. Tyler Thomas (11, Chatteris) comfortably won the 13/U 100m backstroke and the relay team completed the wins.
Matthijs Nooteboom (Chatteris) finished close second in the Open 50m front crawl and backstroke, with Gary Smith (Chatteris) doing the same in Open 100m I.M. Marc Johnson (March) swam four races, finishing second in 15/U 100m butterfly and 200m I.M., and third in Open 50m butterfly and 15/U 100m backstroke.
Gemma McGowen March) finished second in both 13/U 100m front crawl and backstroke, whilst Kahra Cottam (March) finished in second in 13/U 100m butterfly and 3rd in 100m breaststroke. Finley Harper (11, Chatteris) got the last of the second places in the well swum 13/U 100m breaststroke plus 4th in the 13/u 100m front crawl. Katie McGowen (March) two third places in the 15/U 100m front crawl and 200m I.M. Emily Morris (March) swam four Open races (and in the winning relay team), finishing 3rd in 50m butterfly.
Results: Boston 94, Flyers 90, Wisbech 80, St. Neots 40.