Swimming to Civic Week victory

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KILSLYTH Civic Week Swimming Gala results:

Boys’ 25m backstroke – 1, Connor Munro (Kilsyth Primary), 22.07; 2, Finlay Sword (Balmalloch Primary), 22.87; 3, Ewan McGeecgan (Holy Cross Primary), 24.43.

Girls’ 25m backstroke – 1, Morgan Ross (Balmalloch Primary), 21.24; 2, Lara Baird (St. Patrick’s Primary), 21.56; 3, Aimee Maloney (Holy Cross Primary), 22.68.

Boys’ 25m breaststroke – 1, Darren Maultrey (Holy Cross Primary), 29.43; 2, Adam Crainie (St. Patrick’s Primary), 31.47; 3, Ross Chalmers (Balmalloch Primary), 31.78.

Girls’ 25m breaststroke – 1, Alex Coyle (St. Patrick’s Primary), 27.34; 2, Kirsty Mc Lurg (Kilsyth Primary), 27.72; 3, Kenzie Walker (Balmalloch Primary), 31.06.

Boys’ 25m freestyle – 1, Scott Lilburn (Kilsyth Primary), 14.03; 2, Cormac Ferguson (Holy Cross Primary), 15.43; 3, Reece Patrick (Balmalloch Primary), 17.62.

Girls’ 25m freestyle – 1, Erin Gribben (St. Patrick’s Primary), 17.50; 2, Hannah Frobisher (Holy Cross Primary), 17.50; 3, Abby Bankier (Balmalloch Primary), 17.53.

Boys’ 50m freestyle – 1, David Greechan (St. Maurice’s High), 27.43; 2, Murray Gallagher (Kilsyth Academy), 30.18; 3, Kristofer Frobisher (St. Maurice’s High), 30.50.

Girls’ 50m freestyle – 1, Sarah Frobisher (St. Maurice’s High), 30.16; 2, Kerri Munro (Kilsyth Academy), 31.62; 3, Hannah Mc Girr (St. Maurice’s High), 33.35.

Boys’ 4 x 25m relay – 1, Kilsyth Primary (Scott Lilburn, Connor Munro, Fraser Crawford and Jamie McGaughey), 1.21.90; 2, Balmalloch Primary (Reece Patrick, Finlay Sword, Luke Shearer and Ross Chalmers), 1.24.15; 3, Holy Cross Primary (Cormac Ferguson, James Brown, Sean Selbie and Stephen McKay), 1.30.31.

Girls’ 4 x 25m relay – 1, St. Patrick’s Primary (Erin Gribben, Lara Baird, Lucy Bolan and Megan Anderson), 1.21.94; 2, Balmalloch Primary (Abby Bankier, Morgan Ross, Kenzie Walker and Lauren Gourlay), 1.23.96; 3, Holy Cross Primary (Ciera Burns, Hannah Frobisher, Rachel Egan and Amiee Maloney), 1.27.40.

Best school – 1, St. Patrick’s Primary, 31 points; 2, Balmalloch Primary, 28 points; 3, Holy Cross Primary, 25 points; 4, Kilsyth Primary, 18 points.

Kilsyth pool wishes to thank Kilsyth Civic Week Committee, Beaton Carriers and KKASC time-keepers and officials for all their help in running this event.