WORCESTER Swimming Club's unbeaten B team have won Nuneaton and District Junior League Division Three.

In the premier team contest for 12 and under swimmers in the Midlands, they were the only B side in any final.

They scored 215 points in Walsall to see off Wolverhampton on 197, Perry Beeches on 191, Stourbridge on 170, Oswestry on 152 and Tamworth on 128.

Contests were competitive, particularly the final mixed cannon which went right to the wire.

Worcester's Florence Venables, Eddie Richardson, Martha Colville, Henry Catlow, Eve Hind, Seth Essenhigh, Amelia Venables and Alexander Cutler Tucker pipped Wolverhampton by just 0.32 seconds.

There were eight individual wins with Daniel Arridge, 11, grabbing a brace in the 50-metre butterfly and freestyle, clocking 31.85 seconds in the latter.

Other winners included Hanna Duncan (nine years breaststroke), Hind (11 breaststroke), Lottie Richardson (11s backstroke), Emma Baddeley (12s breaststroke), Venables (12s freestyle) and Cutler Tucker (12s freestyle).

But every swimmer contributed to the overall success with Holly Sadler, Scarlett Eagland, Siena Ward, Evie Goodall, Isabel Embley, Jessie Pearson, Eva Huxley, Abigail Walter, Libby Parker, Maddison Lavoipierre, Christian Chikuruhne, Sam Castle, Orlando Grant, Toby Pugh, Dylan Lewis, Tom Sutcliffe, Aly Kear, Alex McVeigh, William Colville, Joshua Round, Harry Guest, Archie Darby-Duffield and Fraser Thompson also involved.

Worcester's A team found the going tough in Nuneaton at the Division One final and had to settle for sixth place on 133 points.

City of Coventry won with 236 ahead of Leamington, on 216, Leicester on 173, Northampton on 172 and Boldmere on 138.

But the Worcester team performed admirably with many personal best times.

Individually Asha Mahanta (10 years backstroke), Jacob Cutler (10 backstroke) and Harry Chandler (11 butterfly and freestyle) won their races.

Chandler's 50m butterfly was a league record of 31.16.

The girls' 11 year medley and freestyle relay teams of Grace Ryder, Jess Day, Meghan Higgs and Flora Middleton got two second-place finishes behind a powerful Coventry quartet.