ARCHIE Dunne has rewritten City of Bradford Swimming Club's 11-12 years' records in winning three gold medals at the ASA North East Region Age Group Short Course Championships at Sunderland Aquatic Centre.

He won the 50 metres butterfly, 50m freestyle and 50m breaststroke in 30.26sec, 26.22sec and 34.88sec, which are all club records as City of Bradford sent their youth development squad.

Mentored by development coach Sarah Fisher, Archie also took silver in the 100m freestyle and 50m backstroke, the latter swim also being a club record.

Fresh from these victories, he also went on to finish fourth in the 100m breaststroke and ninth in the 100m backstroke.

Also swimming as a 12-year-old, Archie Minto had top-ten finishes in the 100m backstroke and 50m and 100m butterfly.

John-Luke Hutchinson secured a seventh-placed finish in the boys' 14 years' 100m breaststroke and he was eighth in the 50m event.

In the girls' events, Ella Stabler, 11, finished a creditable fourth in the 200m freestyle and she was tenth in the 100m event.

City of Bradford's Sam Naylor stole the show for them in the Senior and Junior 25m Championship at the same venue, notching an impressive for top-ten placings.

His best finish was in the junior 400m freestyle, when he claimed his first North East Region medal, coming second in a personal best 4min 13.40sec.

He also finished fourth in the 200m and 1500m freestyle and tenth in the 100m.

A senior top-ten finish went to Beth Meer, who recorded 59.68sec in the 100m freestyle to claim her first sub-minute swim.

Millie Foulds, Jovanna Lugonja and James Lund also swam to top-ten senior places, while and Alex Medd, swimming as a junior, finished ninth in the 200m breaststroke.

The women's 4x100m freestyle team of Lugonja, Meer, Foulds and Ellen Winters finished sixth.

The City of Bradford youth development squad members train under the guidance of Bradford Aquatics Competition Programme's senior coach Andy Pearce.