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Warwickshire regain ASA Masters Inter County title

This years competition was held over two weekends of 12/13th November and 19/20th November at five regional meets across the country.

(North West & North East Regions at Leeds , East Region at Newmarket, South East Region at Guildford, South West Region at Horfield and  East & West Midlands Regions at Corby).

A total of 31 counties contested in this years competition, with results from each regional meet being combined to produce the overall national result.

Warwickshire have regained the ASA Masters Inter County Competition title after a commanding win over last years winners Cheshire, who were followed closely by Yorkshire in third place.

Full results can be found on the Masters results pages

Final Points table

Pos

Team

Points

1

Warwickshire

1845.5

2

Cheshire

1688.5

3

Yorkshire

1640.5

4

Hampshire

1577.5

5

Sussex

1484.5

6

Middlesex

1481.5

7

Devon

1453.5

8

Hertfordshire ASA

1322.0

9

Essex

1222.0

10

Norfolk County ASA

1207.5

11

Gloucs

1203.5

12

Wiltshire

1195.5

13

Surrey

1130.0

14

Bedfordshire ASA

1116.0

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Berks & South Bucks

1116.0

16

Kent

1088.5

17

Dorset

1075.5

18

Leicestershire

1052.5

19

N & Durham

925.0

20

Oxon & North Bucks

905.5

21

Cambridgeshire ASA

902.0

22

Lancashire

894.5

23

Suffolk ASA

810.0

24

Cornwall

748.5

25

Derbyshire

746.5

26

Worcestershire

734.5

27

Northamptonshire

682.0

28

Cumbria

554.0

29

Staffordshire

547.0

30

Somerset

439.0

31

Nottinghamshire

347.0


Warwickshire Team Manager, Trevor Clark said "Warwickshire has a highly motivated squad of swimmers who have shown great enthusiasm for the event. We are proud that every single swimmer made a positive contribution, to the best of their ability on the day.Everyone tells us that they have enjoyed the meet and would love to come back next year."

Warwickshire Team Member, Rob Robson believes the success of the team is helped by Trevor as he states "his dedication, enthusiasm and humility (not forgetting his network) put us in with a good shot each year and that certainly helps. I see other counties missing swimmers, probably because they don't have a Trevor..."

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