Club Trophies

Club Trophies

Club Champion
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
TBC
TBC
Gents
Open
TBC
TBC
Girls
U10
The Mrs Clarke Plate
Presented to the Club by Mrs M. Clarke, the wife of Sam T. Clarke, former President and Chairman of the Club Mrs Clarke gave considerable service and support to the Club at Committee level and as a Vice President and Life Member.
The Mrs Clarke Plate
Boys
U10
The Sylvia Barron Plate
Obtained through Barclays Bank in 1980 by Mrs Sylvia Barron and allocated to mark the occasion of her retirement as President and Chairman of the Club for over twenty years, taking over that position following the loss of her father, Sam T. Clarke. Sylvia had a long connection with the Club which started prior to the second World War as a swimmer and after the war was one of those instrumental in reforming the Club after it had been disbanded for the duration of the war. Following her retirement from this position she continued to support and take a great interest in the Club’s activities and she was made a Life Member of the Club in appreciation of her service.
The Sylvia Barron Plate
Club Championships Gala 1
200M BACKSTROKE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The Kath Postlethwaite Trophy
Presented to the Club for competition by Friends and Members of K.A.S.C. in memory of the late Kath Postlethwaite past Hon Secretary, and active member of the Club for many years and wife of Mr Alan Postlethwaite, President, Chairman and Club Coach and Team Manager for many years.
The Kath Postlethwaite Trophy
Gents
Open
Provincial Life Shield
Another trophy obtained in 1987 through the local Provincial Insurance Companies generous sponsorship by Mr Ian Gallagher, Chairman of the Club and a Departmental Manager with Provincial and whose family were active in the Club for many years in one capacity or another.
Provincial Life Shield
25M FRONT CRAWL
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Girls
U10
MEDALS
MEDALS
Boys
U10
MEDALS
MEDALS
100M BREASTSTROKE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The Sybil Davis Cup
Presented to the Club by Mrs Davis following the greatest tragedy in the history of the Club to perpetuate the memory of her only daughter Sybil. Sybil was travelling in a car to the Cumbria Age Group Competitions at Carlisle, together with her father, Alan Postlethwaite (Club Coach), Bob Swidenbank (Instructor) and George Cragg (Hon Secretary). Unfortunately the car was involved in an accident with a stationary lorry and both Sybil and her father lost their lives, whilst the other three Club members suffered various injuries. It is safe to say that but for the tragedy, Sybil would have been Kendal’s first Age Group winner and Mrs Davis wished to perpetuate the memory of her only child with the gift of this trophy.to the club. In 1980 the trophy was reallocated to the Ladies 100m Breaststroke Championship when the Club moved to the pool at the new Leisure Centre.
The Sybil Davis Cup
Gents
Open
The Huggon Trophy
Presented to the Club by Mr John Huggon in 1988. The family lived in Carlisle and had associations with the Border City Club and John was the Diddy League Secretary for many years. Following a dispute John joined Kendal A.S.C. and served on the Committee and as a Gala Official and became the first Club Member to receive the honour of serving as The President of Cumbria A.S.A.. and donated the trophy to commemorate the occasion. In this capacity he .represented the Club and County as a ‘Guest of Honour’ at the National Diddy League Final in 1988.
The Huggon Trophy
J/Ladies
U17
Junior Ladies Breaststroke Cup
This trophy was also originally the Girls 100m Breaststroke Champioship trophy, purchased by the Club in 1956 and it too was reallocated to the Junior Ladies 100m Breaststroke Championship by the Committee on moving to the new Lakes Leisure Centre in 1980.
Junior Ladies Breaststroke Cup
J/Gents
U17
Junior Gents Breaststroke Cup
Originally the Boys 100yds Breaststroke Championship trophy it was purchased by the Club in 1956 complement the Junior Ladies Breaststroke trophy and was reallocated to the Junior Gents 100m Breaststroke Championship by the Committee on moving to the new Lakes Leisure Centre in 1980.
Junior Gents Breaststroke Cup
Girls
U14
The Farley Health Trophy
Donated to the Club by the management of the Kendal factory branch of Farley Health Products in 1980. Originally allocated as the Girls U/14yrs 40yds Breaststroke Championship but on moving to the new Leisure Centre it was reallocated to it’s present Championship. Mike Crisp, a factory manager and Committee Member and Club Coach and whose family were long term Members of the Club was instrumental in obtaining this trophy.
The Farley Health Trophy
Boys
U14
The U14 Breastroke Cup
The trophy was purchased by the Club’s Committee in 1980 and allocated to this event to complement the trophy awarded to the Girls Championship by Farley Health Products.
The U14 Breastroke Cup
Girls
U12
The Thompson Matthews Trophy
Presented to the Club by the Kendal firm of Estate Agents, ‘Thompson and Mathews’. The family of Mr and Mrs Thompson progressed through the Club and the Trophy was given to the Club in appreciation of the progress they made.
The Thompson Matthews Trophy
Boys
U12
The Keith Clement Memorial Trophy
The Trophy was obtained through donations from family and friends of Keith Clement in 1980 in order to perpetuate the memory of his career and long standing connections with the Club which extended from pre-war 1920’s and 30’s as a swimmer and water polo player, to post war Club Coach and Life Vice President.
The Keith Clement Memorial Trophy
50M BUTTERFLY
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The Alan Postlethwaite Trophy
Following the donation of the Gents 50m Butterfly Cup in 1997 the President of the Club Mr Alan Postlethwaite offered to donate a trophy to be allocated to the Ladies 50m Butterfly Championship and complement the Gents 50m Butterfly trophy, an offer that was accepted.
The Alan Postlethwaite Trophy
Gents
Open
The Sports Factory Trophy
The trophy was obtained by Mr Phillip Hodgson (a Club Member employed by “K” Shoes) who persuaded the “K” shoes to donate a trophy which was obtained from a local sports firm in 1997, the Committee having decided to endeavour to obtain trophies locally to allocate to vacant Championships. With the approval of “K” Shoes the trophy was allocated by the Committee to the Gents 50m Butterfly Championship but the firm declined to have their name engraved on the trophy, therefore it was simply given it’s present title.
The Sports Factory Trophy
Girls
U11
The Nelson Sisters Trophy
The trophy was presented to the Club by Mrs Hill, the youngest and only surviving sister of the four Nelson girls (Margery, Violet, Lily and Ethel) whose father lost his life in the 1st World War. Despite their loss the girls were active members of the Club and were highly competitive, cycling to Galas as far apart as Grange, Windermere and Ambleside where they won many competitions. Lily Nelson held the distinction of being the first girl to swim across Lake Windermere in the ‘Cross Lake Swim’ of 1926. Mrs Hill also went on to win trophies in the Westmorland Rose Show.
The Nelson Sisters Trophy
Boys
U11
50 Butterfly Trophy
50 Butterfly Trophy
Club Championships Gala 2
200M FREESTYLE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The Audrey Ross Cup
Presented to the Club for competition in 1979 by Mrs Ross who served the Club as committee member for many years and on occasions deputised as Chairman. Also supported the Club regularly as a swimmers parent and assisted regularly at Galas.
The Audrey Ross Cup
Gents
Open
The Walter Dixon Cup
Presented to the Club in 1925 for competition over 220yds of Freestyle by Mrs Dixon in memory of her late son Walter who lost his life in 1916 in the First World War and who had won the Championship on a number of occasions and at the time of presentation still held the Club Record over this distance Walter Dixon was a well known sporting figure in Kendal for as well as being a highly skilled swimmer he was also a talented footballer and his death was a severe loss to Kendal. This Championship is one of the oldest Individual events in the Club’s programme being introduced into the Club’s programme around 1895 and named “The Kendal Championship” On moving to the new Lakes Leisure Centre the title of the Championship was changed to reflect metres and the original trophy retained.
The Walter Dixon Cup
25M BUTTERFLY
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Girls
U10
MEDALS
MEDALS
Boys
U10
MEDALS
MEDALS
100M I.M.
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
Ladies I.M. Trophy
Ladies I.M. Trophy
Gents
Open
Gents I.M. Trophy
Gents I.M. Trophy
Girls
U14
The T.W. Lonsdale Memorial Trophy
Donated to the Club by the Lonsdale family in memory of Tommy Lonsdale, an active member and Committee Member of the Club. Formerly run as round robin events for girls with points awarded to winners of each stroke, with the trophy being awarded to the swimmer gaining the highest number of points. In the event of a tie, the Championship was decided by a “Swim Off”. This competition was changed in 1972 to The Girls U/15yrs Individual Medley.Championship.
The T.W. Lonsdale Memorial Trophy
Boys
U14
The T.W. Lonsdale Memorial Trophy
This trophy was also donated to the Club by the Lonsdale family in memory of Tommy Lonsdale, an active Member and Committee Member of the Club. Formerly run as round robin events for girls with points awarded to winners of each stroke, with the trophy being awarded to the swimmer gaining the highest number of points. In the event of a tie, the Championship was decided by a “Swim Off”. This competition was changed in 1972 to The Boys U/15yrs Individual Medley.Championship.
The T.W. Lonsdale Memorial Trophy
Girls
U12
The R. Swidenbank Cup
Introduced into the Club’s programme in 1990 to complement the Boys event and the trophy was presented to the Club by Mr Bob Swidenbank, Vice President and long serving swimmer, Water Polo player, Committee Member, Gala Official and Swimming Instructor with the Club.
The R. Swidenbank Cup
Boys
U12
The Ian Winstanley Memorial Trophy
An event introduced into the Club’s programme in 1990 when the trophy was presented to the Club by Ian’s wife and family to perpetuate his memory and service to the Club. Ian was a Member of the Club for many years representing the Club as a Junior and Senior swimmer and Water Polo in later years he served as a Committee Member, teacher and poolside official.
The Ian Winstanley Memorial Trophy
50M BACKSTROKE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
K.A.S.C. Supporters Group Cup
In 1979 two new Championships were introduced for Ladies and Gents 50m Backstroke. Members of the Club formed a Supporters Group which had the freedom to operate separate from the Committee and gave Social support to the swimmers and some of their funds were donated to the purchase of two trophies which were then allocated to these two new Championships.
K.A.S.C. Supporters Group Cup
Gents
Open
K.A.S.C. Supporters Group Cup
This trophy was also purchased by the K.A.S.C. Supporters Group.and allocated to the Gents Championship to complement the Ladies 50m Backstroke trophy.
K.A.S.C. Supporters Group Cup
Girls
U11
The Bob Swidenbank Memorial Trophy
Following the great loss of Bob Swidenbank, a stalwart of the Club for many years with close connections to the Club from pre World War 2 who served the Club in many capacities. A Vice President and Life Member of the Club, Bob was probably best remembered for his years as a Swimming Teacher, especially at Backstroke and in order to perpetuate his memory a Trophy was purchased by the Club’s Committee in 1998 and allocated to the Girls U/11yrs 50m Backstroke Championship.
The Bob Swidenbank Memorial Trophy
Boys
U11
The Bob Swidenbank Trophy
The trophy was donated to the Club by Mrs Doreen Swidenbank in 2000 to commemorate her husband’s memory and pay tribute to his many years of service to the Club and County as a swimmer, Poolside Gala Official, Committee Member and Swimming Instructor. Bob’s specialty was teaching young children Backstroke and therefore the Committee with Mrs Swidenbanks approval allocated the trophy to the Boys U/11yrs 50m Backstroke Championship competition.
The Bob Swidenbank Trophy
Club Championships Gala 3
200M BUTTERFLY
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
Cannon Build Trophy
A trophy donated to the Club in 2007 by Mr Martin Cannon, director of Cannon Builders Ltd of Kendal whose family have been Members, swimmers and supporters of the Club for many years.
Cannon Build Trophy
Gents
Open
Cannon Build Trophy
A trophy donated to the Club in 2007 by Mr Martin Cannon, director of Cannon Builders Ltd of Kendal whose family have been Members, swimmers and supporters of the Club for many years.
Cannon Build Trophy
100M BACKSTROKE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The Shane Cup
Donated to the Club by Shane Barron, swimmer, polo player and Committee Member on his retirement from participating in the Club activities in 1970. Shane was the third generation of the family to be associated with the Club following his mother Sylvia Barron (President and Chairman) and his grandfather Sam T. Clarke (President and Chairman).
The Shane Cup
Gents
Open
The Alan Hoggarth Trophy
Presented to the Club by Mr Alan Hogarth of ‘Hogarth’s Jewellers, Branthwaite Brow, Kendal in 1970, it was intended that this Trophy should be allocated to the Ladies 100m Backstroke Championship but had been mistakenly inscribed at the engravers as The Gents 100m Backstroke Championship Trophy.
The Alan Hoggarth Trophy
J/Ladies
U17
The Junior Ladies Backstroke Trophy
Donated to the Club for competition by Raymond Watson, Life Vice President. Committee Member, Hon Secretary and Teacher and allocated to this Championship by the Committee.
The Junior Ladies Backstroke Trophy
J/Gents
U17
The Romney Cup
Donated to the Club by Romneys, the Kendal business firm and makers of Kendal Mint Cake. The event dates from 1948 and was originally The Junior Gents 100yds Backstroke Championship with a trophy finally being obtained by the Club in 1955.
The Romney Cup
Girls
U14
The Sandra Rockcliffe Cup
Presented to the Club by Mrs Barbara Rockliffe in 1980 and named it for her daughter Sandra who had an outstanding record as a Backstroke swimmer. She represented the Club on many occasions in her career as Club Champion, Club and County Team Member, National Age Group Qualifier and became the first local girl to win a Northern Counties A.S.A. standard time Medal. She followed a long association with the Club preceded by her parents (Eric and Barbara Rockliffe) and her grandfather (Sam Martindale).
The Sandra Rockcliffe Cup
Boys
U14
The Sam Martindale Cup
Presented to the Club by Mr Sam Martindale in 1980,. Sam was a well known local sportsman who represented the Club as a swimmer and water polo player for many years before the second World War and who also represented England, Cumberland and Westmorland and Kendal at rugby union.
The Sam Martindale Cup
Girls
U12
The Blacow Brothers Cup
The trophy was donated to the Club in 1980 by ‘The Blacow Brothers’ whose family firm of Gents Outfitters ran a shop and business in Finkle St, Kendal in appreciation of the opportunities to swim, given to their children as Members of the Club.
The Blacow Brothers Cup
Boys
U12
The Russell Armer Trophy
A trophy donated to the Club by ’Russell Armers’ a local building firm. Two of the Directors, David and Rod Russell, who founded the firm both have long associations with the Club – their families being involved in the Club’s activities over many years. Rod’s wife Joan represented the Club in the 1950’s, whilst David’s daughters and grandchildren have also represented the Club at various levels of swimming.
The Russell Armer Trophy
50M BREASTSTROKE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
Julie Gallagher Memorial Cup
The Trophy was presented to the Club by Mr Ian and Mrs Tricia Gallagher in 1997 in memory of their daughter Julie Gallagher. All the family including Julie’s brother Niall had a long association with the Club. Julie progressed through the Club both as a swimmer and instructor until she suffered severe injuries in a road accident. Following a fair recovery and whilst holidaying in Crete, Julie developed complications and passed away at a young age. The trophy was then allocated, with the approval and consent of Ian and Tricia to the Ladies 50m Breaststroke Championship.
Julie Gallagher Memorial Cup
Gents
Open
The Frank Peters Gents 50 Breastroke Cup
In 1997 sponsorship of the Club was sought from the local printing firm of Frank Peters Ltd and a sum of money was given to the Club and having sought the approval of Mr Frank Peters (Chairman of the firm) the Club’s Committee purchased a trophy, which was was allocated for competition to the Gents 50m Breaststroke Champioship.
The Frank Peters Gents 50 Breastroke Cup
Girls
U11
Girls U11 Breaststroke Trophy
Girls U11 Breaststroke Trophy
Boys
U11
Boys U11 Breaststroke Trophy
Boys U11 Breaststroke Trophy
Club Championships Gala 4
200M BREASTSTROKE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The Rockcliffe Cup
Presented to the Club in 1988 by Eric and Barbara Rockliffe. Barbara, a Life Vice President of the Club was an active Member of the Committee, Gala Official and Swimming Teacher. Her husband Eric was also an active supporter of the Club and a member of the Rockliffe family firm of local builders.
The Rockcliffe Cup
Gents
Open
The Jim Major Cup
Formerly the Long Plunge Championship Trophy presented to the Club in 1957 by Jim Major former swimmer, Water Polo player, Club Member, Life Saving instructor/assessor and President of the Cumbria Branch of the R.L.S.S. With Mr Majors permission the trophy was re – designated on transferring from the former Allhallows Lane swimming pool to the new Lakes Leisure Centre Pool.
The Jim Major Cup
25M BACKSTROKE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Girls
U10
MEDALS
MEDALS
Boys
U10
MEDALS
MEDALS
100M BUTTERFLY
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The Ladies 100m Butterfly Championship Cup
The Championship was introduced into the Club’s programme in 1979 and the trophy was obtained by the Club through funding from the National Lottery that was allocated to Kendal Town Council for assistance to local sporting organisations.
The Ladies 100m Butterfly Championship Cup
Gents
Open
The Gents 100m Butterfly Cup
This Championship was also introduced into the programme in 1979, and the trophy was obtained. by the Club to compliment the Ladies event, again, through funding from the National Lottery, allocated to Kendal Town Council for assistance to local sporting organisations.in order.
The Gents 100m Butterfly Cup
J/Ladies
U17
The Junior Ladies 100m Butterfly Cup
This trophy was purchased by the Club in 1987 and allocated to the new Championship to complement the The Junior Gents 100m Butterfly Trophy.
The Junior Ladies 100m Butterfly Cup
J/Gents
U17
The Postlethwaite Cup
Presented to the Club by the President, Mr Alan Postlethwaite in 1987 for competition and with his approval was allocated to the Junior Gents 100m Butterfly Championship.
The Postlethwaite Cup
Girls
U14
The Barron Cup
Originally the event was created in 1965 and designated as “The Girls U/14yrs 40yds Butterfly Championship.” It was redesignated in it’s present form in 1980 on the Club’s transfer to the new Leisure Centre and a trophy was presented to the Club by the Barron family who had long associations with the Club, which was then allocated to this event.
The Barron Cup
Boys
U14
The K.A.S.C. Trophy
A Trophy purchased by the Club in 1965 and originally allocated to the Boys U/14yrs 40yds Butterfly Championship. On the transfer of the Club to the new Leisure Centre in 1980 the trophy was reallocated to it’s present Championship event.
The K.A.S.C. Trophy
Girls
U12
The Barbara Dixon Cup
A Trophy donated to the Club by Mrs Barbara Dixon in 1980. Mr and Mrs Dixon became proprietors of the former Atkinson’s Sports shop located in Highgate, Kendal following the death of Thomas Atkinson, the founder of the business.
The Barbara Dixon Cup
Boys
U12
The Jan Barron Cup
Presented to the Club for competition by Mrs Jan Barron, wife of Shane Barron, Swimmer, Water Polo player and Committee Member.
The Jan Barron Cup
50M FREESTYLE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The 50 Freestyle Cup
This trophy was originally competed for as the Schoolgirls U/15yrs Freestyle Championhship and was gifted to Mrs Davis on the tragic loss of her husband and daughter Sybil who held the trophy at the time of the tragedy. Following the death of Mrs Davis in 1995 the trophy was returned by members of her family to the Club and it was then re-allocated by the Committee to the Ladies 50m Freestyle Championship.
The 50 Freestyle Cup
Gents
Open
George Henry Ball Memorial Trophy
In 1996 The Mayor of Kendal, Councillor Phillip Ball kindly offered to donate a trophy to the Club with the proviso that the inscription reflected his wish to perpetuate the memory of his father the late George Henry Ball . The inscription on the trophy was suitably worded with the agreement of the Club’s Committee and approval of Councillor Ball and the trophy was then allocated to the Gents 50m Freestyle Championship.
George Henry Ball Memorial Trophy
Girls
U11
Girls 50 Freestyle Trophy
Girls 50 Freestyle Trophy
Boys
U11
Boys 50 Freestyle Trophy
Boys 50 Freestyle Trophy
Club Championships Gala 5
200M I.M.
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The Rene Blacow Trophy
Originally donated to the Kendal Tourist and Publicity Committee by Mrs Rene Blacow, whose family ran a Gents Outfitters shop and business in Finkle St, Kendal. The Trophy was then presented to the Club to be competed for in a ‘Fun Gala’ to be held during the Kendal Gathering week Due to lack of support the trophy was eventually reallocated by the Committee to the Ladies 200m Individual Medley Championship in 1970.
The Rene Blacow Trophy
Gents
Open
The Gents 200m Individual Medley Cup
A new Championship introduced in 1970 with the trophy being purchased by the Committee to complement the Ladies trophy and was allocated to this event.
The Gents 200m Individual Medley Cup
25M BREASTSTROKE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Girls
U10
MEDALS
MEDALS
Boys
U10
MEDALS
MEDALS
100M FREESTLYE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The Westmorland Gazette Cup
The original ‘Gazette Cup’ was presented to the Club by the Westmorland Gazette Newspaper to be competed for in The 80yds Championship of Kendal. In 1935 Miss Jean Kilshaw won this Trophy at a Gala for the eighth successive year and since she would be leaving the district following her marriage it was decided to present her with the Trophy outright as a token of appreciation for her services to the Club. It was also announced that the management of the Gazette would then offer the present day trophy as a replacement for the Competition.
The Westmorland Gazette Cup
Gents
Open
The Moscrop Challenge Cup
The cup was presented to the Club by Mr. and Mrs Moscrop, who had a close association with the Club in the 1950,s with Mrs. Moscrop being a long standing member of the Committee.
The Moscrop Challenge Cup
J/Ladies
U17
The K.A.S.C. Junior Ladies Freestyle Trophy
The trophy was donated to the Club by Marilynn Taylor on the occasion of her retirement from competitive swimming.in 1972. During her career, Marilynn became the Club’s first female swimmer to win a County Championship, becoming the Cumberland and Westmorland A.S.A. Ladies 200yds Breaststroke Champion in 1966. She was also a many times Club Champion and served on the Club’s Committee for a period.
The K.A.S.C. Junior Ladies Freestyle Trophy
J/Gents
U17
The Argles Cup
A trophy presented to the Club by Mrs T.A.Argles for competition in 1923. Mrs Argles was a member of a well known Westmorland family who lived at Eversley, Heversham and was a regular supporter and Patron of Kendal A.S.C. Mrs Argles was the sister of Mary Wakefield and also the force behind the resurrection of the ‘Mary Wakefield Music Festival’ in Kendal during World War Two. This is one of the oldest Individual Championships in the Club being initiated immediately following World War One with Juniors being categorised as Under 17yrs in the year of the Competition.
The Argles Cup
Girls
U14
The Girls Provincial Trophy
The original trophy suffered some damage and the Club’s Chairman, Ian Gallagher, a departmental Manager for the Provincial Insurance Company whose Head Offices were in Kendal and owned by the Scott family of Windermere, was instrumental in persuading the company through the Insurance policy to replace the damaged trophy with two Trophies which were then allocated by the Committee to the 14yrs Girls and Boys 100m Freestyle in 1989. The Provincial Insurance Company was later taken over by the Axa Insurance Company and moved to Lytham St Annes.
The Girls Provincial Trophy
Boys
U14
The Boys Provincial Trophy
The second of the two trophies presented to the Club in 1980 by the Provincial Insurance Company. Once again it was the Club’s Chairman, Ian Gallagher who was instrumental in obtaining this trophy from the company.
The Boys Provincial Trophy
Girls
U12
The S.T. Clarke Cup
Donated to the Club by the Barron family owners of the Romney’s Kendal Mintcake factory in memory of their father/grandfather, Sam T. Clarke former President and Chairman and long term official of the Club.
The S.T. Clarke Cup
Boys
U12
The Harriman Cup
Harriman cup given by Mr. & Mrs Harriman, formerly of the Rainbow Hotel, Kendal in appreciation of the help, tuition and progress given by the club in relation to their son John who represented the club for a number of years.
The Harriman Cup
Club Championships Long Distance Gala 1
400M FREESTYLE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
The K.A.S.C. Ladies 400m Freestyle Trophy
Purchased by the Club and allocated to this event to complement the Mens 400m Freestyle Championship trophy donated by the Gallagher family.
The K.A.S.C. Ladies 400m Freestyle Trophy
Gents
Open
The Mens 400m Freestyle Trophy
Offered to the Club in 1989 by Mr and Mrs Gallagher in appreciation of the opportunities given to their family, Niall and Julie, who achieved success through the auspices of the Club over a number of years. Ian was a great supporter of distance swims and was instrumental in the creation of the Ladies and Gents 400 Championships and their introduction into the Club’s programme in 1984.
The Mens 400m Freestyle Trophy
Club Championships Long Distance Gala 2
800M FREESTYLE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
TBC
TBC
Gents
Open
TBC
TBC
Club Championships Long Distance Gala 3
1500M FREESTYLE
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
TBC
TBC
Gents
Open
TBC
TBC
Club Championships Long Distance Gala 4
400M I.M.
Gender
Age
Trophy
Trophy Description
Ladies
Open
TBC
TBC
Gents
Open
TBC
TBC

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