Stawell Stingrays will be hoping for one big improvement to finish what has been a strong season in the water.
Having started preseason late Stingrays were always on the back foot but steady improvement sees them challenging late in the season.
Coach Bayley Dignan was hopeful of a strong meeting to finish the season.
“It would be nice to have some strong results this weekend,” Dignan said.
“It can be pretty hard to go through the season with minimal reward so a couple of big wins would do the club wonders.”
Chances are there will be a large amount of swimmers attending.
Dignan was hopeful Stawell could match the rise in numbers however he was left disappointed.
“We are well down on numbers for the meet which is disappointing,” he said.
For some Stingrays last weekend was a week to rest up and prepare, but for three it was all business.
Dakota Healy, Jaxon Healy and Annaliese Spark all competed at the Inter-districts in Melbourne.
Dignan has said he will continue training following the end of the season this weekend to allow for the swimmers who are still in school competitions.
In terms of coaching next season Dignan was still undecided on whether he would continue or not.
“It was a bit of a last minute decision to help the club out,” he said.
“I have really enjoyed working with the swim club in my first coaching role. It is a long time between now and next season, anything could happen.”
The Wimmera Championships are held in St Arnaud
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