AMERSHAM Swimming Club ended their record-breaking county season with eight more medals and three county records at the final session at the weekend.

Six of those medals were gold, taking the whole total for the season is 156.

And the icing on the cake came when Amersham's Katie Ambridge, 11, Andrea Poore, 12 and Katie Towers, 13, won the Bagcats awards for amassing the most points.

But it didn't all go Amersham's way. Their 4x100m freestyle team touched home first only to be disqualified on a takeover.

However the ladies quartet, with an average age of 15, comprising Katie Towers, Kate Antrobus, Jemma Chiltern Hunt and Jane Stalker gained a consolation silver in the medley 4x100m.

Gold medals, plus two county record times, came for the girls 15/16 freestyle and medley relays thanks to Jo Lambert, Chloe Osborne, Nicola Gabbett and Jane Stalker.

The 13/14 girls medley team of Katie Towers, Annabelle Whipp, Charlotte Ambridge and Victoria Robinson won gold, and the 13/14 freestyle team of Charlotte Ambridge, Joelle Jeans, Caroline Finnegan and Victoria Robinson also claimed the top spot.

In the 11/12 girls relays Amersham were once again victorious with the freestyle team of Hannah Shaw, Jenifer Howard, Katie Ambridge and Andrea Poore slicing nearly three seconds off the previous record. The same quartet won the medley gold only just outside the record held by Amersham's quartet of last year.

Amersham's 13/14 boys rose to the occasion in the medley with Stephen Jones, Robert Jones, Michael Lemos and Tom Wyman taking bronze.

With Stuart Robertson coming in for Stephen Jones in the freestyle relay the boys were just pipped for bronze, finishing fourth despite swimming personal bests.