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Dorset County ASA Masters Championships were held at Rossmore on Sunday 14 February 2016. The Championships, which incorporates Dorset Masters Open Meet, had sixty swimmers present representing ten clubs and competing in 236 swims. Participating clubs also included two swimmers from SouthEast Region clubs Fareham Nomads and Basingstoke Bluefins.

The Championships began with a minute’s silence followed by a round of applause in memory of Littledown Masters’ coach Laurie Dormer.

During the competition, a total of 37 Championship Best Times were set with the most prolific new record holders being Lisa Durward (Seagulls) with six CBTs, Peter Kirk (Littledown Masters) with five CBTs, and Hannah Wiltshire (Poole) also with five CBTs.

The top team trophy was awarded to Poole Swimming Club who amassed 350 points. Runners-up were Littledown Masters with Seagulls finishing in third place.

A huge thank you must go to all the officials who gave up their time to officiate, and to the Poole SC Swim Meet Committee for organisation and running the competition on the day.

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