Beeches Masters smash the Staffs County Champs


OThe Perry Beeches Masters’ swimming Team once again produced an amazing set of results at last weekend’s ASA Staffordshire Masters County Championships held at Wolverhampton’s central swimming baths

Beeches 160+ winning mens team 2013web

Beeches took a Team of 9 swimmers to take on best swimmers in Staffordshire these were Jennifer Powell, Ross Emery, Stuart Fuller, Claire Thorn, Katie Price, Des Burley, Diane Doolan, Becky Smith and Paul Bates, between the 9 swimmers they won an incredible 29 Staffordshire County Titles, and if that was not good enough there were also 8 silvers and 2 bronze medals won on the day. It was made even more impressive as for some of the team it was there 1st competitive race of any type in over 15yrs and longer!!!


The success of the Beeches Masters team is all down to the guidance of Beeches Masters Coach Amaro Viloria, the team (that now numbers over 15) hopes the performance at weekend, is just the beginning of great things for Beeches team going forward in 2013, the teams next big competition will be The ASA Midlands senior age group Championships held in Leamington Spa in April.

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Cannock Phoenix 2013


It was a successful weekend for the Beeches swimmers at the annual Cannock Phoenix Open Meet. For the thirteen who took part, it was a good day. Leading them off was Katie Gulliver, who won the 100m Butterfly. Sareena Gaddu and Grace Morgan came second in the 50m Breaststroke and 50m freestyle respectively. Katie Gulliver also came third in both the 50m Butterfly and the 50m Freestyle. Grace Morgan came third in the 50m Breaststroke and Jamie Keyte came third in the 100m Backstroke. Other medalists on the day were Andrew Gulliver (100m and 50m Butterfly), Jessica Jones (50m Backstroke, 100m Backstroke and 50m Freestyle), Katie Gulliver (50m Backstroke, 100m Backstroke, 100mFreestyle), Jessica Deans (50m Freestyle, 50mBreaststroke), Jamie Keyte (50m Backstroke, 200m I.M., 100m Freestyle), Sareena Gaddu (50m Fly), Danya Gaddu (50m Butterfly) and Dominique Gomez (50mButterfly).Also competing on the day were Vicky Cox, Shantay Douglas, Lucy Keyte and Sophie Blackwell. They were all a credit to the club, and had a thoroughly good time whilst there.

Solihull Aqulathon October 2012

Solihull Aqulathon – Sunday 7th October

Sunday 7th October saw four Beeches swimmers take part in an Olympic event that took place at Tudor Grange in Solihull. The Solihull Aquathlon, organised by Solihull Tri Club, had four Beeches entrants – James Nankervis, who as a 9 year old came 8th out of 16 competitors in the 9/10 category; Jessica Deans, who came 2nd in the 9/10 category; and Jessica Jones and Katie Gulliver, who came third and second respectively in the 13/14 category. For their first attempt, which saw them swim in the pool, run outside bare foot, and put on trainers and T shirt and run, they all did amazingly well. Congrats to all four of them.


Perry Beeches Sutton Swim Squad

Train together, WIN together, Have FUN together

Perry Beeches SSS is an established swimming club based in North Birmingham in the West Midlands. The club can be split into the following main sections:

Learn to Swim

Beeches Babes – children from the age of 3 can learn to swim in safety, gaining confidence whilst they do so. Teachers are in the water with the children, to ensure they are happy and having FUN. They will gain badges and certificates through the National Teaching Plan for Swimming. Level 1/2 will be achieved in these classes.

Widths – children in the widths will learn how to swim all four stokes, whilst following the National Teaching Plan for Swimming. Levels 1 through to 5 will be achieved within these classes.

Beginners Lengths – Once all four strokes have been mastered, the swimmer will progress to the ‘deep end’. National Teaching Plan is followed, and level 6 will be achieved in these classes.

Junior Lengths – Progression from Beginners Lengths for the non competitive swimmer.

Competitive Swimming

Diddy Squad – These lengths classes are aimed at the DIDDY age children (8 – 12), who have progressed beyond Beginners Lengths. Stroke Technique will continue, and stamina be increased.

Seniors – Aimed at swimmers 13 and above.

Masters – Can train with the Seniors, or use one of the ‘hourly’ lane training sessions.

Open Water Swimming – Why not have a try?

Channel Swimmimg – Big Rik’s team off soon!

Any queries regarding the above, please contact thank you.

Train Together, Win Together, Have FUN Together