SEVEN swimmers from Stroud Masters SC swam at the Gloucester Masters 30th Anniversary Meet recently and came away with a hatful of medals.

Neil Atrz, representing the club for the first time, concentrated on the shorter events winning gold, silver and two bronzes as well as achieving club records in each of his five swims.

Mark Partridge took away three golds with his swims. Meanwhile, Jessica Wooddisse won two golds and a silver.

Liz Wroe, also competing for the club for the first time, put in good performances in both the 50m freestyle and 100m backstroke coming away with two fifth places.

Busiest swimmer of the day was Richard Percival who won three silvers and a couple of bronzes in his five events.

Will Lee, swimming in a competitive age group, narrowly missed out on medals in two of his events where he took fourth places. Andy Tarr also had some good swims achieving a personal best times in the 100m freestyle.