DASC SWIMMING UPDATES
Longfield Pool is closed again today because of poor water quality, so no training for A1 and A3 squads.
Thank you to all DASC volunteers and officials who helped out in any way at the Darlington Dander Meet at Billingham Forum. The gala ran very smoothly and there was some great swimming. This would not have happened without a great team effort from all of you.
particular a BIG THANK YOU to Carol Bottomley, the gala organiser, who
put in a huge amount of hard work to ensure that it went ahead.
DASC Times from:
Billingham Autumn Meet 12&13 Sep
Richmond Dales Open Meet 19&20 Sep BOYS GIRLS
2015-16 Committee Photos
Training tonight for A1 and A3 squads at Longfield Pool is cancelled because of a problem with the water.
There is no training for any squads on Sunday 4 October because of the Darlington Dander Meet.
The rota for Saturday lunchtime sessions at Haughton 11.45am-1.15pm is on the Training page. It is aimed at preparing swimmers for Diddy League galas next term and is especially suitable for A3, B1, B2 and B3 squads.
See Forthcoming Galas page for opportunities for various squads to enter galas on:
• Chester-le-Street Junior Gala 23-25 Oct
• BOSSS Winter Festival 31 Oct & 1 Nov
• Wear Valley Guy Fawkes Meet 7&8 Nov
• Scarborough A&B Graded Gala 17-19 June 2016
See Links for addresses of school pools.
During the maintenance work at the Dolphin Centre Sep-Dec 2015, we aim to hold the Club Swim Shop once a month on Tuesdays 7.30-8.30pm on:
It may either be set up in the Dolphin Centre foyer or operate direct from the Swim Shop cupboards by the Back Tank. Thank you to Christine and to Allison Matthias for helping.
We aim to have the DASC Club Desk available in the Dolphin Centre foyer for gala entries and refunds, membership enquiries and other queries on:
Tuesdays 7.30-8.00pm (from 1 Sep)
Sundays 5.15-6.15pm (from 6 Sep)
Thank you to Jeanette Rogers and Neil Archbold for their help with this.
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