Imogen Kearins led Mudgee Indoor Swimming at Dubbo's event

14-year-old Imogen Kearins is the oldest competitor at Mudgee Indoor Swimming.

14-year-old Imogen Kearins is the oldest competitor at Mudgee Indoor Swimming.

Although the season is coming to a close, Mudgee Indoor Swimming can look back on a triumphant 2017-18 campaign that was capped off by a strong outing at Dubbo’s Western Area Carnival.

Twenty-two Mudgee swimmers visited the two-day event, ranging from six-year-old Ed McGilvray to 14-year-old Imogen Kearins. Individual highlights included seven-year-old Emmerson Colley’s 25m backstroke, which earned her first place and a new meet record.

Throughout Dubbo’s event, Mudgee accrued 25 firsts, 24 seconds and 15 third placings.

Tom Hawkins achieved a Country Championship qualifying time for 100m freestyle, while Imogen Kearins broke meet records in both the 100m backstroke and the 200m freestyle.

Kearins was awarded the 2017-2018 senior girl yearly from points earned across carnivals around the western district.

The 14-year-old prospect was also deemed senior girl champion for the Country Championship meet.