THREE members of Port Glasgow Otters swim team took part in the Scottish Disability Sport Open Championships for swimmers with a physical disability and sensory impairment.
It was a tough competition but the swimmers returned from Grangemouth with a fantastic tally of 13 medals –- seven gold, five silver and one bronze as well as several PBs.
Eve Cushnaghan won a gold medal in the 50m breaststroke.
Isaac Dunning won a gold medal in the in the 50m freestyle, three silver medals, in the 50m backstroke, 50m breaststroke and 50m butterfly, and a bronze medal in the 100m individual medley (IM).
Richard Browning won three gold medals in the 100m backstroke, 100m breaststroke and 100m butterfly, and two silver medals, in the 100m IM and 100m freestyle.
Isaac and Richard won a further gold medal each as they competed as part of the 4 x 50m relay team representing the West of Scotland who were triumphant.
Meanwhile two members of Port Glasgow Otters swim team travelled to Inverness Leisure Centre to take part in the Scottish Disability Sport National Senior Swim Championships for swimmers with a learning disability.
They returned with two gold medals. Emma Thompson won a gold medal in the 25m breaststroke class 10.
Aimee Hagan won a gold medal and secured a personal best time in the 50m freestyle class 1.
Both girls also competed in representing the West of Scotland in the relay teams. Emma competed as part of the 4 x 25m freestyle which came in second place and Aimee competed as part of the 4 x 50m freestyle which was the winning team.