There is a big summer ahead for the Pembrokeshire County Swimming (PCS) squad after 28 members qualified to compete in upcoming national championships.

 Four of the squad will ahead to Glasgow in July (23rd to 28th) for the British Championships after the UK rankings were confirmed in May.

Henry White will compete in the 200m individual medley and breaststroke races at Under 15 level, while in the same age category Rachel Lewis will take part in the female 100m and 200m breaststroke events.

In the 13-14 category, Josh McDowell will go in the 50m breaststroke and Rhys Davies will compete in the para swimming multi class in 100m breaststroke and butterfly races, as well as the freestyle and individual medley events over 200m.

Indeed, a busy few months lie ahead for Davies. He is currently competing in the World Para Series after a 10 day training camp with the British squad in Italy, and having just broken the Para-swimming S14 200, backstroke World record, in September will head to London having been selected for the World Para Championships.

Furthermore, 24 PCS members have qualified for the Welsh Summer Championships that start on July 29th in Swansea.

“I’m very happy with how things are going and the progression the swimmers have made,” said head coach Craig Nelson.

“We have a very young team and are trying to build towards becoming one of the top clubs in the country.

“We are classed as a performance club in Wales and our aim is always to get members competing at a good national level by the time they’re 18.”

Nelson also thanked all the development clubs in the county who help provide the pathway for swimmers to be selected by PCS.