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Daniel Gencas grabs eight golds as Romford Town Swimming Club enjoy final meeting of a superb season!

PUBLISHED: 11:00 20 July 2017

Romford Town Swimming Club face the camera (pic: Romford Town Swimming Club).

Romford Town Swimming Club face the camera (pic: Romford Town Swimming Club).

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Local club enjoy plenty of success and also had a surprise visit from reigning 50m backstroke World Champion Liam Tancock

Reigning 50m backstroke World Champion Liam Tancock faces the camera after watching Romford Town Swimming Club in action (pic: Romford Town Swimming Club).Reigning 50m backstroke World Champion Liam Tancock faces the camera after watching Romford Town Swimming Club in action (pic: Romford Town Swimming Club).

Daniel Gencas picked up a staggering eight gold medals at Romford Town Swimming Club’s end of season meeting.

There was also a special surprise for the youngsters in attendance, with reigning 50m backstroke World Champion Liam Tancock taking a keen interest on the sidelines.

Gencas scooped gold in the 50m, 100m and 200m freestyle, 50m, 100m and 200m butterfly as well as taking the title in 100m and 200m backstroke.

Emily Milton topped the pile in five disciplines, while sister Georgia also struck gold across the 200m events and 100m freestyle and butterfly.

Ella Kilby enjoyed golden success in five events, while Victoria Dreleva scooped two golds, one silver and one bronze.

Amelia Moule secured a win treble, before earning two silver medals and one bronze.

Double gold went the way of Aaron Wilson and he added a silver. Ruby Le May took one gold before scooping one silver and two bronze medals.

Raheel Mahmood won three gold medals and five silvers, while Lexie O’Connor scooped four golds and one silver.

Aida Morter won one gold and two silvers, while a pair of silvers went the way of Holly Hagan and she also picked up two bronze medals.

Nathan Banga picked up five silver medals and four bronzes as Agne Slipaityte scooped one silver and two bronzes.

Codie McSheffrey won one gold and two bronze medals, while Charlotte Day and Oliver Bath both scooped a bronze medal.

Three silvers were picked up by Lewis Jarrett and Connor McCarthy scooped one gold, two silvers and one bronze.

Josh Eguakhide secured gold and two silvers, Samara Hamilton picked up a silver and bronze for her efforts as did Joseph Frost, while Oliver Smith won two silver medals and Aidan Fernandes also won a solitary silver.

Isabelle Jepson picked up two golds, while sister Emilia scooped two bronze medals and Alex Giles won two silvers.

Olivia Humphrey scooped a silver, while Jess Ayling won a bronze, Jayne Gimbird won a gold and a bronze, while Michelle Vassileva and Tierney Rooney picked up silver.

Millie Hosler also struck gold along with Danny Moody, before Vaughn Dooley scooped a bronze to cap an excellent weekend for Romford Town Swimming Club.

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