A haul of medals at the recent Country Championships capped off a massive month for the Armidale Alligators.
The first weekend of February saw Armidale host the New England and North West Speedo sprints as well as the Area Championships.
More than 300 young swimmers from around the region earned qualifying times to compete at the event with the hometown club experiencing "massive success."
Then they turned their attention to the Country Championships at Sydney Olympic Park.
Alligators secretary Ebony McKay said they took 11 swimmers to the event with some impressive results.
"We had our girls 10 to 12 relay freestyle team got a bronze medal, they came third in that Country Championship swim," she said.
"Gideon [Webster] got his nationals qualifying time in the 50 free.
"Lara Maloney got bronze in her 200 back.
"Bella McKay got a bronze in a 200 back and a silver in the 200 individual medley.
"A lot of our swimmers also placed in the top 10 as finalists in their events, lots of personal bests achieved."
Things are only getting busier for the swimmers with the finals for the Speedo sprints on March 6 and 7 and then the Junior State Age Championships on March 27, 28 and 29 in Sydney.
The Australian Age Championships will be on April 5.
McKay said the Alligators run every Wednesday evening at The Armidale School's pool and anyone is welcome to come along.