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Our Club Details:

Club Inc.

P.O Box 283
Junee NSW 2663


Karyn Flanagan


Jacqui Stevens


Jenny Ross


Edna Poynter

Race Secretary:

Natalie Phillips

Publicity Officer:

Sarah Jones

Updated - 21 November, 2014

(02) 6924 2152

Welcome to the Junee Swimming Club website, our clubhouse is situated within the grounds of the Junee Junction Recreational and Aquatic Centre 151 Lorne Street Junee The 50m outdoor swimming pool is a result of a major refurbishment of the original 1938 vintage Olympic pool.

President's Welcome

On behalf of the Committee of the Junee Swimming Club I would like to welcome all past and new members to the swimming club for the 2014/2015 swimming season.

I thank the committee and all club helpers for their continued support and work. Any new ideas and assistance for the committee during the season will be appreciated.

All members are encouraged to participate in club activities. These include Club Night, Wednesday nights over summer, which commenced on 29th October, 2014 at 5.45pm, training nights Tuesday and Thursday 5.30pm to 7pm and South Western Carnivals. Junee Club is holding a South Western Carnival on Sunday 15th February, 2015 and I encourage all members to attend.

I personally wish all members an enjoyable season and hope all swimmers achieve their own personal goals.

Karyn Flanagan  President - 2014/2015

In cooler months the 50m pool is transformed into a 25m indoor heated swimming pool. The use of a removable boom, and winter curtain allows the water body to be split in two with the indoor section heated for use in cooler weather.

Promoting the sport of swimming at all levels within the Junee Region is our goal, by providing access to a high standard of facilities and coaching, fair competition and fun.

Our head coach is Noel Poynter, and is assisted by his wife Edna and Peter Hampton. The club currently has one hundred and fifty members competing up to National level.

Swimming is a sport that provides opportunities to improve as an athlete and a person. Swimmers, as a group, tend to be more disciplined, get better grades in school, and have an advantage over their peers when assimilating life-skills such as goal-setting, perseverance, sharing, and personal responsibility.

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