South Esk Club dominate the water at the 2016 Northern Regional Championships

South Esk Swimming Club dominated proceedings at the Northern Regional Championships on Sunday.

The oldest existing club in Tasmania won 16 out of a possible 20 relays in a show of its strength.

Launceston Aquatic was their biggest challenger win three relay wins.

South Esk swimmers Morgen Hawkins, 19, Kit De Jong, 18, and Harry Reid, 12, all won four gold medals.

Launceston Aquatic Club 12-year-old Amy Muldoon also captured four wins from four swims.  

The Northern Regionals held a full program of 102 events to fully launch the summer season.

The meet also played host to 158 swimmers from seven clubs, including seven “exhibition” competitors from two guest Hobart clubs that were ineligible to win medals. 

BIG EFFORT: Hugh Dolle, of South Esk Swimming Club, is a picture of concentration in his butterfly swim at the Launceston Aquatic Centre.

BIG EFFORT: Hugh Dolle, of South Esk Swimming Club, is a picture of concentration in his butterfly swim at the Launceston Aquatic Centre.

TOP DAY: Morgen Hawkins, of South Esk Swimming Club, is all smiles.

TOP DAY: Morgen Hawkins, of South Esk Swimming Club, is all smiles.

MADAM OF THE POOL: Jasmine Irani, of the Launceston Aquatic Club, surveys the lane in her butterfly race at the Northern Regional Championship.

MADAM OF THE POOL: Jasmine Irani, of the Launceston Aquatic Club, surveys the lane in her butterfly race at the Northern Regional Championship.

LYING BACK: Charlotte Pilsbury-Milne, of South Esk, focuses on the swim.

LYING BACK: Charlotte Pilsbury-Milne, of South Esk, focuses on the swim.

THE LOOK: Kit De Jonge, of South Esk Swimming Club, displays his top talent during a breaststroke win on Sunday. Pictures: Paul Scambler

THE LOOK: Kit De Jonge, of South Esk Swimming Club, displays his top talent during a breaststroke win on Sunday. Pictures: Paul Scambler

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