PIONEER 79 Swimming Club held their own championships at Hyndburn Sports Centre and long standing records tumbled.
The Pioneer swimmers were fresh from celebrating promotion to the Premier Division of the National Speedo Swimming League North West and they continued their good form.
Paige Doutel broke the 1989 13&14-year-old girls 100m butterfly time wiping 1.22 seconds off the 18-year-old record.
And Luke Tasker broke a 2004 record shaving just 0.33 seconds off the 13&14-year-old boys 100m backstroke event.
Charlotte Britland smashed the 13&14-year-old 100m backstroke record by 2.77 seconds - it had been held for 14 years.
And the oldest record to be broken was the 1988 record in the nine&10 year old boys 50m butterfly with Matthew Ward improving the time by 1.22 seconds.
Paige Doutel improved another time by ending a 14-year-old 200m freestyle record in her age group although it was close - 0.14 seconds.
The sixth record to fall was the 11&12-year-old girls 100m backstroke as Karmen Hammonds broke the one year record by 2.1 seconds.
The most unlucky swimmer was 11-year-old Connor Markin who was just two hundredths of a second off breaking a 15-year-old record in the 100m breaststroke.
Head coach Lee Stringfellow also got in on the act as he smashed the 25m Masters butterfly record, which had been held for four years.
Lee said: "We had 13 records broken last year and seven this year and it means that a third of all the club records have been broken in the past two years.
"It speaks volumes with regard to the commitment of the swimmers and the quality of the coaching at Pioneer 79."
* THE club are holding their awards night and disco at Enfield CC tomorrow night (Saturday). Any old members wishing to catch up are welcome.