Oxfordshire & North Bucks finished an impressive seventh last year in what was their best performance since winning promotion from Division Two in 2011.
European Junior bronze medallist David Murphy brought home maximum points for the second consecutive year, winning the 16/17 Yrs 100m Breast by more than a second.
While they will miss Murphy this time round, Oxfordshire & North Bucks have plenty of talent to call on in the oldest age group.
Max Murphy, Tom Thornley, Kieran Bird and Lucy Farmer all made finals at this year’s British Summer Champs while City of Oxford’s Emily Wood won 200m Breaststroke bronze.
Meanwhile, in the youngest age group, City of Milton Keynes’ Lottie Wynne-Jones finished third as a 12-year old in the 12/13 Yrs 100m Fly 12 months ago, while teammate Jamie Hanss has a competitive entry time in the 12/13 Yrs 100m Free.