Clean sweep for St Patrick's College at NSATIS swimming carnival

St Pat's Jordan Cooper in in the under-15 boys 50-metre breaststroke.

St Pat's Jordan Cooper in in the under-15 boys 50-metre breaststroke.

St Patrick’s College continued their independent school dominance in the pool by completing a clean sweep of shields for the third year in a row.

At the Northern Sports Association of Tasmanian Independent Schools carnival in Launceston, St Pat’s won the junior and senior boys and girls, aggregate boys and girls and overall aggregate shields.

The event featured a top field of competitors from across the six Northern independent schools with eight records broken.

Volunteers from the local swimming clubs, Swimming Tasmania and a large band of parents and staff worked together to make the day a success.

Records: St Patrick’s College U14 boys 200m medley relay (Angus Robertson, Jonte Adams, Will Hinds and Samuel Foley) 2:10.61; Marist College open boys 200m medley relay (Patrick Roberts, Oliver Malley, Nicholas Plats and Mitchell Scott) 2:00.74; U14 boys 50m freestyle, Jonte Adams (St Patrick’s College) 26.93; U16 boys breaststroke, Jordan Cooper (St Patrick’s College) 32.25; U15 boys 100m freestyle, Samuel Cullen (St Patrick’s College) 58.03; open boys 50m backstroke, Patrick Roberts (Marist Regional College) 29.47; St Patrick’s College U14 boys freestyle relay (Jonte Adams, William Hinds, Angus Robertson and Samuel Foley) 1:55.56; Scotch Oakburn College U16 girls 200m freestyle relay (Dawson Howell, Zoe Neville, Layne De Jonge and Amy Halaby) 2:05.49

Age group pennants, boys: U13 Launceston Church Grammar; U14 St Patrick’s College; U15 St Patrick’s College; U16 St Patrick’s College; open Marist College; girls: U13 Scotch Oakburn; U14 St Patrick’s College; U15 St Patrick’s College; U16 Scotch Oakburn; open St Patrick’s College

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