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Junior League, Competition Calendar and Party Time!
Well done to all swimmers who took part in Round 3 of the Nuneaton Junior League at QDJC on Saturday.  A fantastic win on the night which puts us top of the league and into the finals in September.  Thanks to everyone involved in making it such a successful evening.
As we near the end of the season, it's time to celebrate our successes and look ahead to next season. The Competition Calendar below has been updated and now includes events up to the end of December.  Please note the change to the Club Open Sprints which was due to take place at the end of September but is now on 7th December. 

RSC 2019 Competition Calendar Jun 19.xlsx

Remember that tickets are on sale for the End of Season Family Party and Presentation Evening on Friday 12th July at Dunchurch Village Hall.  This event is for everyone - swimmers, parents, siblings - to celebrate a fantastic season of swimming. The ticket price includes a buffet and entertainment, free for under 7s so please come along and join in the fun!

Presentation evening.pdf

Club Champs and news update
Dear all
Hope you're enjoying a lovely bank holiday weekend.  Just a quick update on a few things:
Club champs - Just a reminder that entries for the club champs need to be in by 1st June.  For details please see attached info pack.  Thanks to those who have already volunteered to help at this event, but we still need more - please contact me if you'd like to be involved.  Also, anyone with trophies from last time please remember to hand them back to Sue Lewis asap.

Rugby Club Champs 2019 Information Pack FINAL.docx

Summer shutdown - there will be no training between Monday 12th August and Monday 26th August, normal training resumes on Tuesday 27th August.  The attached competition calendar has been updated to include this and our forthcoming home events.  The 19/20 calendar will be published asap.

RSC 2018 2019 Competition Calendar May 2019.xlsx

Junior League - Please see attached results from round 2 - well done to everyone involved!  We're 2nd in the division going into round 3 on home turf at QDJC on Saturday 15th June.  It promises to be a great night and as we're the organising club for this round we need a few volunteers to help everything run smoothly.  If you're interested in helping on the door, inputting times poolside or announcing please let me know.  You'd be close to the action and won't have to pay the spectator fee!

League 2019 after R2.xls

Train to be a coach - We're always looking for volunteers to support our fantastic coaching team and there's a great upcoming opportunity in Coventry during August and September to train to become an assistant swimming coach - see attached flyer.  You don't need to commit to coaching at sessions every week but it would be great if we could have a pool of parents qualified to coach and support on an ad-hoc basis.  Please let me know in the first instance if you're interested so we can gauge numbers.


Many thanks


Midlands Masters
Whilst 49 swimmers from the younger end of the club were competing at the Coventry and District Secondaries, 8 of our older swimmers were competing at the Midlands Masters Championships. There was a lot of experience in the pool, and with competitors ages ranging from 18 to 79 there was a wide variety of speeds through the water.
Rugby swimmers had a successful meet Barry Davies won 4 golds, 1 silver and 1 bronze, Ben Cunliffe won 2 silvers and 1 bronze, Derek Lindsay won 1 bronze, Devesh Chohan won 2 golds and 1 silver, Helen Brittain won 1 gold and 2 silvers, Rachel Lloyd won 6 golds and 1 silver, Ross Turner won 2 golds and 2 silvers and Simon Rigg won 1 silver and 2 bronzes.
Well done to all the swimmers competing!
West Midlands Weekend 2
Weekend 2 of the West Midland Championships came around all too quickly with only 4 days off in between. This weekend we had 13 swimmers competing 19 swims. Well done to all who swam, there were 7 final spots gained this week with a silver medal in the 100m backstroke going to Dan Carey, and 2 silver medals to Erin Lloyd in the 100m backstroke and 100m freestyle. The other finalists gained fifth and seventh places.
Over the 2 weekends we had a total of 19 swimmers taking part who all did some amazing swimming. Congratulations to Charlotte O’Brien, Ellen Armeson, Erin Moran, Harriet Troup, Holly Cochrane, Lucy Matthews, Lucy-Ann Cunliffe, Luke Anspoks, Pippa Smith and William Gower. We had nine swimmers who made it into finals; Anna Farrow, Barney Dudkowsky, Dan Carey, Devesh Chohan, Erin Lloyd, Jack Carey, Jess Mackenzie, Matthew Seaton and Morgan Brand.

West Midlands Weekend 1
Well done to the 17 Rugby swimmers who competed in 48 swims this weekend at the West Midlands Championships.
There were 23 finalists which is an amazing 48% conversion rate!
Well done to Erin Lloyd, who won two silver medals in the 200m backstroke and 50m freestyle, and Dan Carey, who won bronze in the 50m backstroke.
Stats from the other finalists - 6 fourth placed swimmers, 3 in fifth, 4 in sixth, 2 in seventh and 5 in eighth.
Plus many more fantastic swims, including those competing at regional level for the first time - well done all!
Good luck swimmers for weekend 2, swim well and let’s hope for some more medals!

RSC Club Championships 2019 (6th, 7th, 8th July)
It’s nearly time for our Club Championships!
This is our annual event to celebrate our own swimmers, it isn’t open to other Clubs and any of our swimmers can take part, even the youngest ones – there’s a distance for everyone whether that’s 25m or 1500m. All of the information is in the pack attached.
It takes place at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Centre in Rugby on Saturday 6th, Sunday 7th and Monday 8th July 2019. It costs £4 per event or, if you’re entering eight or more events, there’s a flat fee of £28 per swimmer. Entries for the Club Champs close on Saturday 1st June – just complete your entry form before then and send it over to Sandra on openmeetsecretary@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk
Did you know there are trophies to win at our Championships? You’ll find details of how you could win one included in the attached pack. If you were the lucky recipient of a RSC trophy and still have it, make sure you get your swimmers name engraved on it and then return it to Sue Lewis – you can contact her on suelewis0572@gmail.com (please contact Louise if you need details of a local engraver). We’re keen to get them in as quickly as possible as we know some of them might need a little TLC.
We’re also following up the gala with an end of season family party and presentation evening on Friday 12th July at Dunchurch Sports Club. I’ll tell you more about that nearer the time but for now pop the date in your diary so you don’t forget.
As ever, these galas don’t run themselves – can you help out?
•       Either with the planning - in which case drop me a line on rugbyopen@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk
•       On the day as a general volunteer - in which case let Louise know on secretary@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk
•       Or on the day as an Official (you don’t need to be qualified) – in which case let Jo know on officials@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk
And if you’re great with planning parties then get in touch as I’d love some help with the end of season party.
RSC Meet Organiser
Faye Emery
Rugby Open Meet Organiser
T: 07969 648828


Rugby Club Champs 2019 Information Pack FINAL.docx

WASA Young Leader Programme 31st May 2019
Dear All,
Please find attached a leaflet for the new Young Leader Programme on Friday 31st May 2019 that WASA have put together.
At WASA we are looking to help develop the future workforce of the county and invest into those young people who will take us forward into the future.
The scheme is aimed at those aged 13 - 17 who would like to get involved in volunteering within aquatics, the training day will include 3 training courses, Young Aquatic Helper, St John's Ambulance First Aid, European Youth Health Champions (peer to peer mentoring and support).
The training is not aimed at a specific discipline as the practical part of the Young Aquatic Helper course will be doing in the young persons home club.
The course will be held at Sutton Coldfield Cricket & Hockey Club, Rectory Park, Rectory Road, Sutton Coldfield, B75 7RS and will cost £20 per candidate.
Booking is on a first come first serve basis.
If you or anyone in your club have any questions please don't hesitate to contact myself on this email address or Elaine Gale on development.wasa@gmail.com
Kind Regards
Andy Stead
WASA Workforce Coordinator

WASA Young Leader Programme.pdf

GB Deaf Swimming National gala

Well done to Charlotte Gower who won 2 silver medals at this weekend's GB Deaf Swimming National Gala in Loughborough this weekend.  Great swimming Charlotte!

Warwickshire's success and team photo
One of the highlights of last weekend - the fantastic men's  4 x 100 Open Relay Gold medal winning team - well done all.
So much great swimming last weekend, not just medal winners but loads of swimmers achieving PBs and competing at the Warwickshire’s for the first time.  You should all be very proud of yourselves.
We'd like to get a photo of all Counties swimmers and thought the best opportunity to do this would be at 6pm during training tomorrow evening.  Please bring along your new club shirts.
Many thanks

Jack Carey selected for National County Finals

Sunday October 7th  2018 was the day of the National Intercounty Championship at Ponds Forge International Swimming Pool at the Steel City of Sheffield.
This year again saw Rugby’s Jack Carey Selected ahead of all the other swimmers in Warwickshire to swim freestyle in the 16/17 year age group.  An early start on the team coach from Coventry awaited Jack when he would again meet up with this elite group of swimmers from across the county selected as the Warwickshire Team.
For those of you who don’t know, this event is made up of 39 teams across England Scotland and Wales, split into 2 Divisions. Warwickshire are currently in Division  2 and finished 8th last year. They have been champions once in 1974 and last tasted success in 2013 as Division 2 Champions.
After Saturday's run out in the Cov and Districts open meet butterfly with a 2 second PB of 1:00.53. Jack swam his favoured event 100 free on Sunday in Sheffield with a time of 54.55, a PB, beating his entered time of 54.94 by 0.39.
He then went on to add his expertise swimming freestyle in the relay leg for the team.
Warwickshire finished the day in 11th place out of the 17 teams in Division 2, so unfortunately not high enough for promotion.
Jack will be too old for this event next year so thanks for Warwickshire giving him the opportunity and experience  to swim for them. Thanks to the coaching team and management team and all the hours and commitment
put in for the Warwickshire cause.
And lastly thanks to the Rugby Coaching  team past and present for their support and training to give Jack his opportunity to be selected to represent Warwickshire.

Inter-county gala

Jess Mackenzie and Erin Lloyd (pictured) were honoured to be selected to represent Warwickshire at the Bedfordshire InterCounty Gala held on Sunday at Luton. Warwickshire swam well to finish 3rd of the 8 counties behind Suffolk and Essex. Well done, girls!

RSC swimmers at English Nationals

Rugby Swimming Club were proud to have two of their senior male swimmers, Matt Seaton and Dan Carey, at the English Nationals between 2nd to 4th August at Sheffield’s Pond Forge International Swimming Pool. Qualification for the prestigious National event can only be described as every competitive swimmer’s dream. During the week of competition, the top 20 in England fight it out to be best in their age group, and whilst Matt and Dan are experienced at Regional level this would be a new arena to test their skills and nerves.
Both boys are home grown talent having progressed through the ranks since Juniors.  They have played a key role in Rugby Swimming Club’s recent promotions and successes in the National Arena League, which competes with  larger rival midland clubs.   Here though they were representing the club to earn individual honours at National level.
First up on Thursday was Warwickshire Junior backstroke champion Dan Carey in 50m backstroke. His qualifying time of 29.53s ranked him 3rd best swimmer. After being placed even higher before the end of the qualifying window, and at times sufficiently high to qualify for the British Nationals competition, hopes were high.  Dan’s start was not great and even after pushing hard he could not quite recover to make the finals. His time of  29.60s placed him outside the final . A bitter pill considering his PB would have got him a ticket to the final. Dan still had another chance the next day for the 100m backstroke so fingers were crossed.
Dan’s meteoric rise this season has come after suffering a broken arm early in the season, which with recovery and expert coaching, has seen him reaching the top times in the country for under 15’s backstroke.
Friday saw Dan racing again but in his less preferred 100m backstroke. After a great start in his heat it was looking good, but the first 50m was not up to the level he needed and left him too much to do to make the final. He finished 11th, one place away from qualifying for the final in 1:03.90s after qualifying in 1:03.50s.
Saturday saw Matt Seaton, Junior Midlands Winter Meet 200 back champion, go in his preferred 200m backstroke.  He secured his place early in the qualifying window with some storming performances.  A qualification time of 2:17.55s placed him 14th best, entering the competition.  On the day, he swam 2:18.28s, coming 11th overall.  Though narrowly missing the final by 0.1s, Matt was pleased to improve on his entry position.
Head Coach Lucas Gregory, who has supported the boys with his experience from being a top class youth swimmer, is proud of the clubs achievements in developing  two male backstrokers to National level.  He commented “ I am sure both boys have learnt from this and this has demonstrated what can be achieved with work and commitment to all the younger swimmers at the club. I hope we see them here again next year going one better making the finals”.

West Midland Swimming Championships 2018: Weekend 2

Following the success of last week, Rugby Swimming Club’s swimmers were back in action at the West Midland Championships over the Bank Holiday weekend.  There were superb performances in the water and great team support on poolside.  Over the course of the three days, RSC was represented 19 times in finals, obtaining 6 medals (adding to the 2 medals from last weekend).

Once again, Matthew Seaton and Dan Carey were outstanding in the backstroke events, with Matthew taking two silvers in the 50m (30.21) and 200m (2:17.73) in the 16 years age group and Dan (15 years age group) gaining a silver in the 50m (30.05) and a bronze in the 200m (2:20.34). Both boys are now in the running for national qualification.

Continuing the medal success, Erin Lloyd (11/12) placed 2nd in the 200m backstroke (2:41.07) in a thrilling final, and 3rd in the 50m backstroke (35.23). Her performances show that national qualification is well within reach next year - once she reaches the required age.

In the 17/over backstroke events, Jack Carey secured 5th place in the 50m final; Ellen Armeson and Maddie Haywood qualified for the final in the 50m and 200m respectively. Jess Mackenzie (14) also performed well in the backstroke, qualifying for both the 50m and 200m finals.

However, there was not just backstroke success over the weekend; in the butterfly events, Jack Carey (17/over) placed 4th in the 50m final whilst Anna Farrow (13) and Luke Anspoks (16) added to the list of RSC finalists, with appearances in both the 50m and 100m butterfly finals.

The freestyle events added more success with Erin Lloyd (11/12) placing 5th in the 50m freestyle final and Matthew Seaton (16) qualifying for both the 50m and 200m finals.

To qualify for these championships is a huge achievement – congratulations to Toby Marlow and Harriet Troup (13), Charlotte O’Brien (14), Lucy-Ann Cunliffe, Eloise Gray and Barney Dudkowsky (15), and Holly Cochrane and Devesh Chohan (17/over) who all represented the club brilliantly.

Thanks again to Lucas Gregory (Lead Coach) for his support throughout the whole weekend.

West Midland Swimming Championships 2018: Weekend 1

This weekend saw the start of the West Midland Swimming Championships (held in Coventry), with 9 of the 17 qualifying swimmers from Rugby Swimming Club taking to the pool. Despite the tough competition that exists at this level, with over 50 clubs represented from across the region, RSC brought home 2 medals and secured 5 other places in finals.

Matthew Seaton took silver in the 100m backstroke in the 16 years age group with a time of 1:04.35, whilst in the same event, Dan Carey placed 3rd with a time of 1:05.28 (15 years age group).

There were also very strong performances in the girls 100m backstroke with Erin Lloyd (11/12) and Maddie Haywood (17/over) placing 4th and 5th in their finals – Erin narrowly missing out on a medal by a couple tenths of a second.

In the 100m freestyle, Jack Carey (17/over), Jess Mackenzie (14) and Erin Lloyd (11/12) all qualified for the final adding to Rugby’s success in the backstroke events.

Holly Cochrane (17/over), Luke Anspoks (16) and Anna Farrow (13) each missed out on qualification for finals; however, are all back to compete next weekend in their more favoured events.

Overall, a very strong start to this year’s regional championships campaign which will hopefully be continued next weekend when all 17 qualifying swimmers will be competing.  Finally, thanks to Lucas Gregory (Lead Coach) for all his support over the weekend and leading up to these championships.


Morning all

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Summer Nationals 2017



Congratulations to Jess Mackenzie, Holly Cochrane and Lucas Williams, who have all qualified for the Summer Nationals at Ponds Forge in Sheffield this weekend. The three of them are picture in their commemorative T-shirts along with Head Coach, James Dyer, without who this would not have been possible.

RSC has not had 3 swimmers at the same Nationals for many years, if ever, so a huge achievement by all.

Holly has qualified for the 200m backstroke, despite never having swum the event before this year, and she has improved with every swim, smashing the time required at the Midlands Champs earlier this year. Lucas is also competing in the same event, and goes into the race as the fastest qualifier, though a recent illness has curtailed his training in recent weeks, Hopefully it won't effect him too greatly, and he can still swim to his huge potential.

Jess has qualified for the 100m freestyle, the Blue Ribband event, and she is the first swimmer from the club to do so, since her sister, Kate, several years ago. To put it into contest, Jess is currently the fastest female swimmer at the club, and she is only 12. She goes into the champs as 17th fastest qualifier, but she is in a 12/13 age group, so will be in the same one next year.

I am sure you will join me in wishing them all well at the weekend

Midlands 2017


The West Midland Championships has taken place over the last 2 weekends at Coventry Sports Centre.  Rugby had 20 swimmers enter the meet.  A total of 67 races were entered. 12 swimmers made finals and 32 races were swam in the finals.  A total of 12 medals were won by the following seven swimmers:

Matthew Seaton-  15 year age group 100 Back Silver and 200 Back Bronze 

Lucas Williams- 17/over age group 50 Back Silver, 100 and 200 Back Gold

Holly Cochrane- 16 year age group 100 and 200 Back Gold

Maddie Haywood- 17yr/over age group 200 Back Silver

Ellen Armeson- 16 year age group 50 Back Bronze

Jack Carey- 16 year age group50 Free Silver and 100 Free Bronze

Jessica Mackenzie- 13 year age group 50 Free Bronze

Well done to all swimmers for an excellent performance. 


Club of the Year Award

Just in case you missed this when first announced. RSC won the coveted "Club of the Year" award at the Rugby Borough Council annual awards.


This is a whole club award for both Speed and Synchro sections of the club, as a recognition of all our success in and out of the pool in 2016.


So well done to all, young and old, swimmers, helpers, parents, coaches, officials, team managers, club captains, and committee.





FAO Swimmers competing on Monday night of Club Champs
Your swimmer has entered an event at our Club Champs on Monday 8 July. I’ve had to change the start time - warm-up is now at 7.30pm with the first event due to start at 8pm.
In the information pack I’ve said that warm-up is at 7pm with a 7.30pm event start. Unfortunately QDJC has let me know that they don’t think they can set up in time, hence the later starting time – sorry about this.
Please make a note of the new time as I’d hate for your swimmer to turn up early, be confused and therefore not swim their best. Pool closes at 9pm so we won’t be finishing any later than advertised.
If you’ve got any questions please let me know on rugbyopen@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk

Behaviour in Changing Rooms
Dear Parents,
Some parents, coaches and swimming pool staff have raised concerns about the behaviour of swimmers in the changing rooms before and after training sessions. In particular, the filling of swimming hats with water and then throwing this over other children. This includes hot water filled from taps which clearly has the potential to cause harm. Development squad sessions on a Tuesday and Junior/Age group sessions on Wednesday and Thursday are of particular concern.
Please can we remind you that the responsibility of the coaches starts when the swimmers are on poolside and ends when they leave it.  While we do appreciate that parent/carer supervision can be more difficult at Rugby school given the single sex changing facilities, we would like to remind you that coaches are not responsible for swimmers whilst they are changing.  Therefore please can you remind your child of the importance of good behaviour at all times. Even if you do not think your child is misbehaving please mention this to them and ask them to report any such behaviour to you so that we can put a stop to this. 
We do not want such behaviour to interfere with the enjoyment of training sessions for any swimmer or damage the reputation of the club such that we are banned from using the great facilities we currently have access to.
Many thanks
Welfare team - Nick Gower and Becca Wall

Club Champs Accepted Entries
Please find attached accepted entries as they stand for the Club Champs.  Please email Faye at rugbyopen@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk if there is anything wrong with the entry as it appears here.


If anyone else would like to enter there is still time as long as you let Faye know by this weekend.
Many thanks

Development Facebook page

Just a reminder for new and existing parents of Development swimmers to like the Development Squad Facebook page.

This is a closed group and is a great place to share information or ask questions.


Presentation Evening

Please see attached details of our Presentation Evening on Friday 12th July.  Should be a great night - hope you can join us!

Presentation evening.pdf

Club Champs
Thanks to everyone who has entered the Club Champs.  If anyone else still wishes to enter you can do so by emailing the attached entry form direct to Faye at rugbyopen@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk 

Rugby Club Champs 2019 Information Pack FINAL.docx

For Development swimmers who've not competed before this really is a great opportunity to give it a try - if you're unsure and need any advice or estimated times feel free to contact Karen at developmentadmin@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk or the coaches at developmentcoach@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk
Anyone who still has trophies from last time please return them to Sue Lewis by this time next week (Wednesday 12th June) if at all possible so we can take stock and make sure they're all ready to be presented at this year's meet.  If any trophies still need engraving, please let me know as I can recommend a good local engraver.
Last but not least, please can you help us out with some raffle prizes.  As well as the Club Champs we're hosting Round 3 of the Junior League at QDJC next Saturday (15th June) so if you can let Sue have any raffle prizes (drinks, chocolate, toys, toiletries, etc) before then that would be greatly appreciated.  As usual there will be a box on the balcony during training at Rugby School for any donations.
Thanks as always for your support.

QDJC access on Saturday mornings
Please can any swimmers training on Saturday mornings ensure that they arrive at QDJC before 6am as centre staff need to lock the doors between 6am and 6.30 whilst they prepare to open to the public.
Anyone arriving after 6am won't be able to gain admission until 6.30am.
Many thanks for your co-operation.

Training tomorrow morning

Just to confirm that training is on tomorrow morning.  Remember it now starts at 6am, pool for 1hr 30 mins followed by land training as normal.


Slides from parents meeting
Dear all
Thank you for attending last weeks parents meeting.  For those who were unable to attend please find attached the slides that were presented.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.
Many thanks

RSC Presentation 160419 v2.pdf

Swimmer Records Update

Hi everyone


It is really important that Rugby Swimming Club has up to date emergency contact details and medical information for your swimmer.  Your swimmer should receive a 'personal data update' form via their coach at a training session over the weekend or early next week.

Please could you carefully check the details on the form and make any corrections or updates as appropriate.  Please return the form to your coach or to Hayley Troup ( Membership Secretary) ASAP.  Even if there are no changes, we would appreciate it if you would sign and return the form.

Thanks very much


Summer awards evening
Our current event organiser is looking for some help planning this years summer awards evening. If anyone is interested please email Faye directly at rugbyopen@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk
Updated Competition Calendar

Dear all

Please find attached the latest Competition calendar updated with a few more dates that are now available (Cov 50m Winter Training / Cov Relays for example). 

RSC 2018 2019 Competition Calendar Nov 2018.xlsx


Hi all


A note form Abbie Dolly, might be of interest.


Just to let you know we as a family do engraving as part of a business so we are offering a discounted price to members of the club who ever want trophies engraving. It’s £5 for the plaque plus 2 lines of text included.

If you could let people know as I know from experience how expensive it is when you have more than one trophy to engrave.

If they do want one they can contact me






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Photo Permission

Hi there!


Just a quick request....

With the increasing success of the club we are finding ourselves recording our successes with a quick snap shot. Therefore, can I please ask that if there is anyone who would prefer their child/children not to be photographed for our own purposes or newspaper reports etc. or to be shown on our social media sites would you please email me at secretary@rugbyswimmingclub.co.uk so that it can be recorded and ensure we adhere to your request.

Thankyou everyone