Members of Renfrew Baths Amateur Swim Club have been recognised for their recent achievements at a special event.

The civic reception at Renfrew Town Hall was also organised to celebrate the club's 50th anniversary.

During the event, Renfrewshire's Deputy Provost Cathy McEwan presented medals and trophies to members who had been crowned winners in their age category and overall club champions.

Isla Rousseau, 12, was named overall girls champion, with Oliver McHugh, 12, and Ewan Watson, 15, sharing the title of overall boys champion.

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Deputy Provost McEwan said: "Being able to recognise the history, hard work, determination and successes of Renfrew Baths swim club is fantastic. 

"The club makes a huge difference to the local community and I was delighted to be part of their awards ceremony and anniversary celebrations."

Susan Fraser, club president of Renfrew Baths Amateur Swim Club, added: "I am so proud of what our swimmers have achieved this year at club, district and national events. 

"They also treated us to some great racing at our annual club championships. 

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"Well done to everyone who took part and to all the medal and trophy winners. 

"Everyone at the club is grateful to the local businesses who have supported us with donations, especially Spectrum Wealth Group who have sponsored our club kit for next year.

"Turning 50 is proving to be a lot of fun for the club and I'm thankful for the amazing coaching team, swimmers, committee, families and friends we have at Renfrew Baths."