The last swimming in Banstead will now take place on Sunday 28th of June. All last swim dates before the summer break are in our Pool closures section
Entries are now open for the club's Turnbull Gala to be held on Sunday 5th July at Westcroft Leisure Centre, start time 4.45pm. More information in latest news below.
This gala is being funded by the Sutton Swimming Association, entry is free. More details below.
Last swimming sessions before the summer break will take place in July. More information in our Pool closures section.
We are still collecting Sainsbury's active kids vouchers, please bring as many as you can!
Welcome to Cheam Marcuda Swimming Club, we are a medium sized, friendly swimming club who train mainly in Cheam and Morden in Surrey and South West London. We have sessions for non swimmers through to competitive squad level and we swim in many galas and open meets throughout the year.
|Day||Pool||Dates of upcoming closures|
|Monday||Westcroft||No closures planned.
Last swim before the summer break will be on the 13th of July.
|Tuesday||Cheam leisure centre||No closures planned.|
|Wednesday||Morden park||No closures planned.
Last swim before the summer break will be on the 15th of July.
|Friday||Cheam leisure centre||No closures planned.
Last swim before the summer break will be on the 17th of July.
Back on Sunday 6th of September.
Swimming remains on a Tuesday throughout the summer holidays on a pay as you go basis for any club member to attend.
Please then note swimming will continue as normal through October half term and finish for Christmas on Friday 18th December 2015 and return Monday 4th January 2016.
This gala is open to swimmers of any age (no minimum age, as long as swimmers can complete 1 full length). Winners of any event in the 2014 Turnbull Gala or our Club Championships cannot enter, you can download below a list of swimmers who are ineligible. Could these swimmers please return the trophies from last year, promptly to the desk on any swimming evening.
This gala is a great opportunity for the children to compete in a friendly competition, 1 length races in all strokes, cost is £1 per race, swimmers can enter a maximum of 2 races. Trophies awarded for 1st place in each race/age group and medals for top 3.
To enter, please complete an entry form at the desk or download and print one below. Alternatively please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your child's name, date of birth and races that they would like to enter.
We are also looking for a number of volunteers (parents & older children) to assist with the running of the gala, no previous gala experience is necessary. Please email email@example.com if you are able to help out.
This gala will take place on Sunday 12th of July and is being funded by the Sutton Swimming Association so entry is free. Minimum of age of swimmers is 8 years of age on the day of the event. The programme includes 50m and 100m races in all strokes, plus 100m IM and 200m freestyle races. We will submit all entries for our club in a batch by the closing date. A separate email will be sent after 5th June inviting entries, the deadline for responding will be 25th June. For further details, please download this pdf document.
Over the last few months Cheam Marcuda swimmers have been completing in this league against 7 other clubs from the surrounding area and Kent.
The Octopus League is a time-restricted gala for swimmers aged between 9 and 18 year. If a swimmers becomes to fast for their age group a new swimmers is asked to swim.
With some great performances and plenty of PB’s, Cheam Marcuda have stayed in 1st place throughout the league. In round 1, Marcuda swimmers took first place, rounds 2 and 3 just being beaten into 2nd place.
Overall Top 3 Teams are
|Cheam Marcuda SC||League Points 22||Gala Points 652|
|Bromley SC||League Points 18||Gala Points 610|
|South Croydon SC||League Points 16||Gala Points 598|
There are still 3 more rounds over the next few months, to see which team will lift this year's Octopus League Trophy.
Good Luck Cheam Swimmers
You can find the full results of this round on our 2015 results page.
Now in its 8th year, with 23 clubs and around 331 swimmers completing in this years Vanessa Knight Open. It was an early start for some, with the doors opening at 8 o'clock.
This is a graded "A","B" and "C" open, with 9 medals in each age group.
After the warm-up it was time to race. Event 1, 50m Back saw Libby, Lauren, Charlotte and Maegan completing, all 4 girls swam well and all gained PB's. The first medal of the day came from Jordan in the 50m Freestyle taking bronze "C". In the 50m Breaststroke Libby came 2nd "B" and Maegan 1st "B".
With most of the swimmers in session 1 racing between 4 and 6 races, there wasn't must time to sit down before being called for the next event.
In event 7, 50m Butterfly Lauren took the bronze "C" grade, and Libby in event 11 took the final medal of the morning session in the 100m IM Gold "B".
Session 2 was even more successful for the team, with the older girls, Keely, Isobel, Sachi, Shantel and Hallie and for the younger boys Mitch swimming. Shantel presented the team with their first medal of the afternoon in the 50m Freestyle, silver "B". Next saw Hallie in the 50m Butterfly Gold "B", and Mitch in the 100m IM "B" bronze. Once again as soon as the swimmer sat down they called to race, but there was no stopping them.
In the girls 100m IM Hallie won the silver "B" and Isobel the "C" bronze medal. Next medals came from both Hallie "A" Gold and Isobel "B" Bronze in the 50m Breaststroke, and then again from Isobel in the Backstroke 50m winning "B" Bronze. Mitch won the final medal of the afternoon session in the 200m Freestyle "B" silver. Ending that days total for the team at 3 x Gold, 5 x Silver and 6 x Bronze, 14 medals total.
Well done Team.
Congratulations to Bognor Regis SC, on this there 50th year.
There was a good turn out by Cheam Marcuda swimmer for the 6th Woking Octopus Meet. For some this was a 7.30 am start. The standard of this Open is always very high, with many clubs and swimmers taking part in all age groups.
Awards are made to the first 3 swimmers in each age group entered in the "B" and "C" grades.
Most swimmers gained PB's and times towards the Surrey Development Meet in June.
Well done to the following swimmers
In total the swimmers won 24 glass trophies across the grades. Well done Cheam Marcuda swimmers.
Full and club results can be found on our results page.
There were plenty of great swims from a 2 girl team from Cheam.
Libby and Lauren between them bought home 6 medals and 6 ribbons.
Libby took the first gold medal of the day in the 50m freestyle in a time of 33.74, with Lauren coming 5th to take the ribbon. With both girls wanting to do their very best, the times just kept on falling. 11 out of the 12 swims were PB's.
The next medal went to Lauren, silver in the 50m butterfly and Libby bronze. Libby them took another silver in the 200m freestyle, 6th 50 backstroke, 5th 100 IM and silver in the 100m freestyle.
Lauren came 8th in the 200m freestyle, 8th 50 backstroke, 7th 100 IM, and ending the day with a bronze in the 100m freestyle.
With points being scored throughout the day, in every race, Cheam Marcuda came 6th overall in the team points.
Full results can found on our results page.
Our AGM this year will take place at Westcroft in the canteen at 8pm - 9pm on the above date.
This is an important opportunity for you to have your say as to the progress and future direction of our club and allows a forum for parents to put forward their views on our future.
Please come along and support our club. We look forward to seeing you there.
On Saturday 18th April 4 members from Cheam Marcuda took part in this Open Meet held in Aldershot. The pool at Aldershot Garrison is 50 metres long, which made it a great opportunity to get some personnel best times from all 4 swimmers.
Session 1 saw Hallie and Lauren taking part. Lauren won the bronze in the 200m Breaststroke and Hallie winning the silver.
In session 2, the girls were jointed by Isobel and Libby. The next medal came from Hallie taking the Gold in the 50m breaststroke. With PB's from all so far it was turning out to be a good Open for the team, as these times could be use in the Surrey Development Meet in June. The next medal, a Gold from Hallie in the 100m Breaststroke, and a Gold for Libby in the 50m Butterfly. The medals still kept coming for Libby, a silver in the 50m Freestyle.
Full details on the result page.
Cheam is reopening on 30th March.
Our last Tuesday session at Westcroft will take place on the 24th March. Swimming will resume at Cheam on the 31st March. from 6.30 to 7.30 pm.
Our last Friday session at Westcroft will take place on 27th March and will resume at Cheam on Friday 10th April.
Read more in our Latest news page.