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North Ayrshire’s Clyde Coast Mini League team pulled off the best result in a generation with a 4th place finish in the A Final on Saturday. A very hard-fought afternoon of swimming at the Citadel in Ayr saw Ren96 take the title away from reigning champions City of Glasgow but just three points, while our team challenged Inverclyde hard for the bottom step of the podium. It was our best since 2013 (when we finished third) but none of the current team were swimming then. “It truly was a...

North Ayrshire’s seven fastest seniors put in some impressive performances representing the club at the second Glasgow International Swim Meet. The team made multiple finals, and every swimmer set...

We’re reflecting on what’s surely one of the busiest weekends of the year for our swimmers which saw the staging of part one of the Club Championships, plus the final round of the 2019 Clyde Coast...

This year the first round of the North Ayrshire Swimming club championships is being staged at Auchenharvie, and for the first time in many years we’re delighted to see some of our Masters squad...

Fifteen swimmers, mostly from our senior squads, represented North Ayrshire at the West District Future Stars meet at Tollcross. The long course event is an unusual one in the calendar, being...

North Ayrshire swimmers dominated the club’s Junior Meet with dozens of them achieving double-digit PBs and collecting an astonishing 98 medals between them. “It’s easily the busiest meet I’ve...

Abby Kane set her fastest times since the Rio Paralympics as she represented North Ayrshire Swimming at the British Para-Swimming Championships in Glasgow. The 15-year-old from Largs qualified...