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St. Anthony Parks and Recreation director Scott Coish presented St. Anthony Dolphins swimmers Chole Clarke (centre) and Angela Cronhelm (right) their medals from the Gander provincials swim meet this summer. For the second consecutive year, Cronhelm took home the Top Female Achiever award for winning the most individual points in the 17-18 age group. Meanwhile, Clarke was presented her bronze medal for the girls 17-18 breaststroke. - Stephen Roberts
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