Thursday, September 14, 2023


Mackay and Whitsunday Life

Cannonvale Cannons Swimming Club

Congratulations to all the Cannons selected for the SNQ State and National Development Squad.  Jy Parkinson, Noah Maltby, Remy Hedges, Jacob Bell, Holly Perrin, and Tora Delac attended a State and National Development Session in Bowen on Sunday lead by Queensland Coach, Barry Prime.  

Swimmers enjoyed participating in a range of activities in and out of the pool with other top swimmers from North Queensland. A big thank you to coaches, Ken Crittenden and Mark Erickson for coaching sessions and for SNQ for organizing the day.  

On Wednesday night, 30 swimmers participated at Club Night. Congratulations to Isabella Pisaniello and Ryan Clark for winning the Chocolate Awards (for best PBs). Congratulations to Harry Chegwidden, Noah Maltby and Andie Reynolds for achieving Upgrades.  

Top performers on Wednesday night were Trace Quick and Tora Delac. Trace swam 3 personal best times. His best swim was his Backstroke which he did a 8.87 seconds PB. Tora Delac swam an excellent 200 metre Breaststroke smashing her best time by over 1 min.  She swam a super time of 3.19.70.  

Noah Maltby, Maeve Dichiera, Jack Ganter, Isaac Pisaniello, Liam Filewood, Thomas Ganter, Lily Maher, Leo Mullis, Celeste Orenshaw, Ryan Clark, Jacob Bell, and Harris Delac swam extremely well and swam personal best times. Well done, swimmers!

A big thank you to all the wonderful parents and coaches for all your support!  New swimmers and their families are most welcome to come and try Club Nights on Wednesdays from 5pm.  

Contributed with thanks to Raylene Rasmussen.

Harry Chegwidden with his Upgrade certificate

Isabella Pisaniello with her chocolate award

Cannons ready to start

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