Worksop Dolphins who made it to the East Midlands Regional Swimming Finals at Ponds Forge delighted the club with their performances.
Jody Gillott was first in the 13yrs 50m Free, second in the 50m Fly, third in the 100 Fly and reached the finals in another two events.
Alicia Clark won the 12yrs 50m Breast, 50m Free, and 100m Free, was second in the 200m Breast, third in the 200m IM, and also reached another two finals.
Matthew Pavier finished third in the 14yrs 100m Back and in 50m Back while Jake Franse was third in the 11yrs 50mFly, and fifth in the 50m Free.
Lucy Conroy made it to four finals in the 14yrs 100m Back, 100m Fly, 50m Back, and 50m Fly and Isaac Smith was a finalist in 12yrs 50m Fly.
Abbie Conroy made the final of the 17/over 200m Back, but was unable to compete in the race.
Other Dolphins swimmers, who also made the Regionals and finished with many PBs and swam very well, were Ellie Smeeton, Ella Simmonite, Edward Durham and Paul Gordon.
Worksop Dolphins swimmers were then back at Ponds Forge to compete in the Rotherham Metro meet.
Many fine swims from the club were recorded, including many PBs, making it a great spell for their squad members.
Dolphins were given another booster when they tied up a new sponsorship deal.
A club spokesman said: “We are very excited with the news that Mech FS, who are a Mechanical Facilities Services company, are coming on board and we hope will be our major sponsor for a long time to come.
“More details will come out in the next few weeks about Mech FS and ourselves.
“This deal will enable us to appoint a new full time assistant swim coach.
“Applications for that position are now open and we have people interested.
“Sponsorship is something that all ambitious clubs with a swim squad require to help development and growth, and we thank all the sponsors who help us big or small - you make our job so much easier.”