ANDREW Cowan and Bobbi Horner were both winners for Tadcaster Swim Squad at the Scarborough 'A' and 'B' Meet.

The club brought home 18 trophies, three speeding tickets and clocked up 37 personal best times.

Cowan, 14, broke the meeting record, set in 1999, when he powered to victory in the 100m breaststroke in 1 minutes 16.57 seconds.

He was also second in the 100m individual medley and third in the 100m butterfly with a six-second personal best and lifted his mark in the 100m backstroke with 1-12.84, five seconds better than his previous best.

Horner slashed four seconds off her previous best to win the 12-year girls 100m individual medley race in 1 minutes 17.98 seconds.

She also reduced her best times in the 100m backstroke and butterfly by ten seconds and lopped five seconds from her 100m breaststroke best and trimmed her 100m freestyle tie two two seconds.

Chloe Carter was second in the 100m butterfly in 1-19.62 - eight seconds below her previous best.

Three New Earswick Swimming Club members improved on their best times at the same meeting.

Jonathan Woodford collected 'speeding tickets' in the 11 years freestyle, butterfly and individual medley and collected a silver medal in the backstroke.

'A' grade swimmer Tony Shaw collected silver medals in the 15 years and over breaststroke and individual medley.

In the 'B' grade races, Lucy Gould touched first in the 15 years and over breaststroke and backstroke.

Sarah Welsh won the 14 years freestyle and took bronze in the butterfly.

Emily Broadbent won the silver medal in the 14 years individual medley, while ten-year-old Yvette Shaw achieved four personal best times.

Updated: 10:56 Saturday, June 14, 2003