Auto Newsletter Problems

Hi all,

We are experiencing a few technical issues with the Club’s Newsletter service..Ordinarily, it sends automatically when the website is updated (new posts or diary dates etc.): we are currently looking into why this has stopped happening.

In the meantime we will continue to email direct any important information and you can also visit our Facebook page.

Thanks for your patience and continued subscription.

Kind regards

Jez Lawton for (NASC Committee)

Development Squad ‘class room’ Sessions

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The first session of the development squad ‘class room’ sessions took place last night (07/03/18) in front of a full house of parents and swimmers.  Whilst this is the first of a series of pilots, it appeared to be very well received.  If it helps swimmers and parents understand the basics at the outset (competitive expectations; how to find your pb, enter galas, attitude, commitment, wellbeing etc) this should help to form a strong foundation for the future of the club.

Well done Coach Chris for all your endeavors and many thanks to all the parents and swimmers for your attendance and valued support.

Rotherham Metro, Ponds Forge 20 /21 January 2018

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 Swimmers, A big well done for your swims at the weekend.

The gala was a very busy gala with some 41 entries in some of the age groups.

It was a tough competition to say the least.

We had a full range of medals Golds,  Silvers and Bronze in the Grade A and Grade B medals tables.

Many PBs were broken particularly from the younger members. Some smashed them.

Jamie Cook got 2 x Silvers- A and 2 x Bronze-A, Ethan Cotton gained 3 x bronze-A, Josh Brindley 1 x Silver-B, Niamh Llewellyn 1 x Gold-A, Andrew Onofrei 1 x Gold-B, Ethan Lawton 2 x Gold-A, Daniel Wilson 1 x Bronze-A ,1 x Gold -B, 1 x Silver-B and 2 x Bronze-B, Buddy Deakes 2 x Silver-A and Silver-B, Jay Hargreaves 2 x Gold-B and a Silver-B, Eve Tilsley 2 x Gold-B,Ellie Edwards 1 Silver-A, Zach Bedsley 1 x Gold-B, Zach Oakes 1 Gold-B, Chloe Henderson 1 x Gold-A and 1 Silver-B

 A mention goes to Isabella Amison who became ill on Friday and had to pull out of some races. She gave it her best shot.

 Finally, a big big well done goes to Daisy Cook. Daisy won 4 gold-A, 1 silver-A and 2 Bronze-A in the 9 yr old age group.

Her 50mtrs, 41.30s  and 100mtrs, 1.29.90s backstroke times made it to 3rd and 5th fastest time  in the Uk on the Swim England rankings.

 Rotherham Metro put on a very well organised gala which ran very smoothly, Ponds Forge is an excellent setup and invaluable experience for the swimmers.


Winter Gala 2018

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Well, the  ‘winter’ element of our winter gala certainly lived up to its billing !

A big thank you to all the swimmers, parents, officials and helpers who braved the snow to attend our  meet .

NASC Swimmers did themselves proud with many pbs and county times.

We hope to see you again in 2018, hopefully in less challenging weather circumstances.

Full results as PDF click here please Results 2017 winter gala

ASA Fees Now Due & Changes to Membership Fee Payment Phasing

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Good News !! At the recent AGM it was decided change  the phasing of membership fees. Existing members won’t need to pay membership fees until June 2018, thereafter our membership year will run 1 July – 30 June each year. So in effect existing members are getting 6 months free membership and the committee hope that this will help everyone have a slightly better festive season!!

However, please note that as ASA fees are still due, we do require PROMPT payment for these. They are up slightly on last years fees and are still compulsory for all swimmers.

Burntwood Aquathlon 2017

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aquathonWell done to Jess W from development squad competing and achieving a 1 min 8 s pb in the 2017 Burntwood Aquathlon . Her overall time of 18.37 (with transition) includes a run of 2000m and a 250m swim in 4.32.  (knocking  24 seconds off her previous swim time at the same event last year) . Well done Jess, hopefully the development squad training sessions will continue to pay dividends in both warm and cold water competitions.

NASC Most Improved Club at the North Mid’s

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Rebecca and Bill receiving the trophy for the most improved club at the North Midlands.
Well done to all for the awesome swims.