Dolphins’ swimmers were rewarded for their efforts throughout the season with a break from training and a week of leisure activities for them and their families.
The sessions included the ever popular water polo, rounders and aquaerobics and a new edition this year, rollerskating at CurveMotion in Bury St Edmunds.
Barnham Village Hall was again the venue for the highlight of the week, the annual summer barbecue.
Presentations were made on the night by head coach Terry Clucas, to the winning team from the club’s series of mini galas held in January, April and June.
The Black Adders had held the position as the team scoring the most points for the first and second rounds, but were pipped to the post in the last round by the Red Arrows, who took the trophy for top scoring team overall.
Final positions were: Red Arrows, first place with 208 points, Black Adders 186, Mean Green Beans 176, Sunrays 170, Blue 164 and White Wolves 155 points.
Fourteen swimmers tied for the title of top swimmer of the series. Those scoring most points: James Foot, Oscar Harris, Toby Szczerbicki, Bethany Wilson, Charlie Trowell, Katie Bloomfield, Lucy Whitehead, Grace McGill, Liam Cronin, Mia Moon, Toby Dickenson, Jack Pinkney, Amalee NeillGourlay and Oliver Niedziejko.