Kyle Mckenzie finished the season on a well deserved high. He was awarded both the President’s Trophy and the EGA Best Youth Performance Trophy, among 4 further awards (as listed below). The ESP team are proud of their achievements from this past season and this award ceremony gave credence to their renewed confidence. Soul Aquatics hosted the Eastern Gauteng Awards breakfast. Eastern Aquatics has raised the levels required for recognition over the past seasons to ensure that
The Aquatic Academy recently held its annual Award ceremony. The Academy has put the American Swim Coaches lessons and teachings into practice which has resulted in excellent improvements and results. ESP placed 12th at the Gauteng Level 2 Regionals with a small team of 12 swimmers behind very large clubs that enjoy multiple coaches and squad groups around the provinces. The ESP team was too small to compete in relays – yet they managed to hang in the top placings. 70 clubs
ISABEL HUMPHREY TROPHY Best Overall Girl Swimmer – Ashleigh Stock.
MICKY BRAND TROPHY - Best Overall Male Swimmer. Kyle Mckenzie.
NATALIE HINTON TROPHY – Swimmer/s that has/have shown the Spirit of a Champion. Jessica Burgess .
Best Senior Girl – Savannah Mitchell.
Best Senior Boy – Nicholas Smith.
Most Improved Senior – Travis Banks.
Best junior Boy – Murray Copeland.
Best Junior Girl. – Colette Fourie
Most Improved Junior – Kerrin Burgess and Kerri-lyn Claas