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Sharks bask in win

PUBLISHED: 15:20 27 March 2008 | UPDATED: 13:09 05 October 2010

BETHNAL Green Sharks were crowned winners of the Gordon Trophy after producing a supreme effort to overcome cup holders Anaconda Swimming Club. The Sharks were led by Sam Digby Baker, who claimed three first-place finishes and two second positions, as the

BETHNAL Green Sharks were crowned winners of the Gordon Trophy after producing a supreme effort to overcome cup holders Anaconda Swimming Club.

The Sharks were led by Sam Digby Baker, who claimed three first-place finishes and two second positions, as the Bethnal Green club beat Anaconda by 13 points at the Park Road swimming pool in Hornsey.

Joe Cronin collected two victories for the Sharks, coming home first in the Under-12 backstroke and breaststroke, and was narrowly beaten into second in the butterfly and freestyle events.

Charlie Bayliss was also a two-time winner, recording wins in the boys' Under-16 backstroke and freestyle relay.

Digby Taylor, who won the Under-16 butterfly and freestyle individual events, also formed part of the freestyle relay with Julian Lloyd and Ziwen Cai.

Lloyd and Cai were also part of the winning Sharks team in the Under-14 freestyle relay along with Kieran George-Coneelly and Ben Marquis.

Their victory was matched by the girls' Under-16 freestyle relay team, featuring Indea Kelly, Emilie Regnier, Fleur Cousens and Jessica Saipano.

Kelly and Saipano were also individual winners in the Under-16 breaststroke and Under-14 backstroke respectively, while Brid Cudmore claimed victory in the Under-14 butterfly.

Sophie Kussan achieved a pair of second-place finishes in the girls Under-14 breaststroke and freestyle, while Charlotte Martin and Annabel Palmer were also runners-up in the Under-12 backstroke and butterfly.

Individual second positions were also collected by Calvin Cheung in the boys Under-16 breaststroke, Can Ozcutan in the boys open freestyle, and Scott Leighton in the open backstroke.

The Sharks also achieved team runners-up finishes in the boys Under-12 and Under-14 medley relays, and in the girls Under-14 medley and freestyle races.

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