Nottinghamshire were promoted in fourth from Division Two last year, bouncing straight back after their four-year spell in the top flight came to an end in 2014.
The county’s 14/15 Yrs girls picked up plenty of points on the day with Jade Kennerell winning the 100m Breast, Lily Boseley taking the 100m Back and the Medley relay finishing on top.
Both individual winners from last year are back for another bite of the cherry in Division One. A positive for Nottinghamshire is that both remain in the 14/15 Yrs age group and will have a shot at completing a remarkable double in the same event across both divisions.
Maximum points would continue an impressive season for Boseley, who claimed the British 14 Yrs Age Group record over 100m Backstroke in the long course pool earlier in the year with a 1:02.35 effort.
Notts’ chances don’t stop at the girls’ 14/15 Yrs. Carlton Forum’s Will Gayne finished second in last year’s 16/17 Yrs 100m Back and gets another chance in Division One, while 13-year old Radford swimmer Dominic Bools won 200m Freestyle bronze at this year’s ASA Summer Nationals.