Bicester Blue Fins brushed aside the competition to win the latest round of the National Arena Swimming League.

Blue Fins triumphed in 28 of the 50 events in the West Midlands area second round draw at Womborne Leisure Centre, Wolverhampton.

With 44 top-three finishes in total, the club amassed 199 points – 57 more than Cheadle, the next best team.

Blue Fins are now second in West Midlands Division 3 and will compete for promotion in the final round on Saturday, December 14.

Elsewhere, Natalia Druett claimed a stunning six medals at the South East Winter Regionals Competition.

The Abingdon Vale member took home silverware in all three breaststroke distances, including gold in the 200m junior championships and silver in the 200m open category.

Druett’s time books her place at next month’s British Winter Championships, where she will be joined by clubmate Seb Rawes, who competes in the 50m butterfly.

Lottie James won bronze in the 50m and 200m backstroke on a successful weekend for the club.

A record number of Abingdon swimmers qualified for the event, with several members reaching the finals in their categories.

Among them were 14-year-old Maddison Langley and Bethan Lillistone, 13, the club’s youngest swimmers at the competition.