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2011 Swimming Carnival NHS held its annual Swimming Carnival on Monday 16 May. A great day was had by all. Novelty events gave everyone a chance to have a go and the Clothes Change & Train Relay was enjoyed by the participants and the spectators. HOUSE WINNERS First ROPER (3692 points) Second GIDDIES (2643 points) Third LATRAM (2255 points) AGE CHAMPIONS U13 Girls Champion Grace Chamberlain 150pts Runner Up Gabbi McGrath 90pts U13 Boys Champion Joshua Dawidowicz 115pts Runners Up Caleb Epiha and Declan Heath 50pts U14 Girls Champion Megan Morris 150pts Runner Up Tayla Edwards 45 pts U14 Boys Champion Jesse Chamberlain 150pts Runner Up Jack Foggin 60pts U15 Girls Champion Rachel Dunn 130pts Runner Up Laila Bennett-Hartwig 50pts U15 Boys Champion Kalkani Pehi 150pts Runner Up Hayden Chrzanowski 90pts U16 Girls Champion Christina Burke 130pts Runner Up Madeleine Larson 75pts U16 Boys Champion Roy Kellaway 111pts Runner Up Will Pickett 80pts Open Girls Champion Gabby Parsons 200pts Runner Up Alice Rudolph 60pts Open Boys Champion Nelson Browne 130pts Runner Up Keegan Kelly 100pts Two awards were also given by Ms Millar - Spirit of the Carnival. These awards were for great sportsman and participation and these awards were won by Morgan Hill and Nysha Nyamazana. Congratulations to all winners and also everyone who participated and tried their best!

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