THE big prize money events at last Sunday's Dubbo Swimtech carnival were the 50 metre freestyle Dash for Cash sponsored by the major sponsor of the day Iverach Volkswagen.
Honours for these races were shared across a number of clubs and as you can see below there were some very close finishes.
o 10-and-under male: first Broc Hunt (Dungog, 34.53), second Jordy Andriskie (Coonamble, 34.59), third Lachlan Sinclair (Dubbo City Swimtech, 35.30).
o 10-and-under female: first Lydia Murray (Coonamble, 33.69), second Lucy Nagle (Orange, 33.77), third Holly Edwards (Coonamble, 35.60).
o 11 to 13 years male: first Luke Beckingham (Mudgee Indoor, 29.18), second Lawson Goldsmith (Coonamble, 29.55), third Angus McDonald (Orana Aquatic, 31.39).
o 11 to 13 years female: first Macy Morley (Mudgee Indoor, 29.44), second Olivia Watmore (Orana Aquatic, 29.60), third Lauren Hughes (Lightning Ridge, 30.14).
o 14-and-over male: first Matthew Brouff (Warren, 25.36), second Kerrod Potter (Dubbo City Swimtech, 26.65), third Thomas Watmore (Orana Aquatic, 26.95).
o 14-and-over female: first Georgia Baker (Kinross Wollaroi, 28.35), second Georgi York (Mudgee Indoor, 28.66), third Luci Ferguson (Orana Aquatic, 30.04).
DUBBO City Swimtech would like to publicly recognise the following sponsors for their valuable support of the carnival last Sunday: Iverach Volkswagen, Telstra, Richardson and Sinclair Stock and Station agency, Hog's Breath Cafe, Marty Nelson Refrigeration Electrical and Air Conditioning, Swim City Coaching, Midwest Foods, Dubbo Consulting Engineering, Splash Swim School, Brian Mulholland Building, Deb Murray Photography, Morrison Podiatry Centre, Dubbo Consulting Engineering, National Australia Bank, Seed Business Solutions, ARB-Dubbo.
"Without this support we would have been unable to hold such a fantastic day," club president Scott Sinclair said.
"We would also like to thank all the members for their assistance with setting up and running such a successful carnival.
"The club also took donations for the Coonabarabran Fire victims to deposit into the Warrumbungle Mayors Bushfire Appeal. Thank you to everyone who supported this worthwhile cause."