Adults encouraged to swim

Sound Telegraph
Rockingham Masters Swimming Club.
Camera IconRockingham Masters Swimming Club.

Rockingham Masters Swimming Club is encouraging adults to dive back into swimming, offering a free give it a go session at Aqua Jetty on Saturday (September 14).

Rockingham Rays will celebrate it’s 20th anniversary this year, growing from several members to about 30 adult swimmers of all ages and abilities.

Club president Mark Jenkins said while some members swam competitively in tournaments, others joined as a way to socilise, keep feet and improve their swimming skills.

“Our focus is encouraging anyone who can swim, wants to swim, or used to swim and wants to get back into it, to do so,” he said.

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The club is offering a free give it a go session on Saturday from 10am to noon in the outdoor pool at Aqua Jetty, Warnbro. Qualaified coaches will be on hand to give guidance and direction.

Following the free trial, new members will also receive four free swimming sessions.

The Masters Swimming Club trains every Tuesday and Thursday at Aqua Jetty from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. A $2 fee applies per session.

For more information, contact rockinghamrays@gmail.com

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