Inverclyde Now Logo SWIMMING — Success For Port Glasgow Otters At National Contest

18 May, 2019 | Other Sports

FOUR members of Port Glasgow Otters swim team travelled to Grangemouth Sports Complex to take part in the 47th Scottish Disability Sport Championships for swimmers with a physical or sensory disability.

With more than 60 swimmers taking part, it was an exciting competition and the Otters returned with a fantastic tally of 12 medals -– six gold, four silver and two bronze as well as several personal best (PB) times.

Eve Cushnaghan won two silver medals in the 50-metre backstroke and 50-metre breaststroke. Kyle Brotherton won three gold medals in the 75-metre individual medley (IM), 50-metre breaststroke and 100-metre freestyle.

Isaac Dunning won a full set — gold in the 50-metre butterfly, silver in the 100-metre backstroke and bronze in the 100-metre IM.

Richard Browning won a silver medal in the 100-metre freestyle and bronze in the 100-metre breaststroke.

Isaac and Richard won a further gold medal each as they competed as part of the 4 x 50-metre relay team representing the West of Scotland who were triumphant in winning the Team Trophy.

The club congratulate the swimmers on their success in another exciting competition.

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