Swimming: ACS(I) sweep all three boys' divisional titles but girls' crowns shared out

Dylan Koo of Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) swims in the boys 17 and over 100m butterfly A division of the 57th National Schools Swim Championship at OCBC Aquatic Centre on April 20, 2016.
Dylan Koo of Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) swims in the boys 17 and over 100m butterfly A division of the 57th National Schools Swim Championship at OCBC Aquatic Centre on April 20, 2016. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Jonathan Tan of Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) swims in the boys 13-14 freestyle C division of the 57th National Schools Swim Championship at OCBC Aquatic Centre on April 20, 2016.
Jonathan Tan of Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) swims in the boys 13-14 freestyle C division of the 57th National Schools Swim Championship at OCBC Aquatic Centre on April 20, 2016. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Quah Jing Wen of Methodist Girls' School swims in the girls 15-17 100m butterfly B division of the 57th National Schools Swim Championship at the OCBC Aquatic Centre on April 20, 2016.
Quah Jing Wen of Methodist Girls' School swims in the girls 15-17 100m butterfly B division of the 57th National Schools Swim Championship at the OCBC Aquatic Centre on April 20, 2016. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

It was a clean sweep for the boys from Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), when they took the A, B and C division titles after the final day of the 57th National Schools Swimming Championships on Wednesday at the OCBC Aquatic Centre.

In the A division, ACS(I)'s tally of 233 points placed them on top and ahead of rivals Raffles Institution (RI) (191) and Anglo-Chinese Junior College (ACJC) (82). ACS(I) were well ahead in the B division, racking up 273 points. Singapore Sports School's (SSP) 149 points was enough for second, in front of RI (76).

ACS(I) ran away with the C division championship, scoring 267.5 points to comfortably beat RI (102) and SSP (86).

Meanwhile for the girls, RI claimed the A division title with 223 points, way ahead of ACJC's 106 points and SSP's 68. It was much closer in the B division when Raffles Girls' School (RGS) (165) clinched top spot, ahead of Methodist Girls' School (126) and SSP (100.5).

In the C division, however, MGS were the winners with 170 points to beat RGS by 30 points. SSP came in third with 90 points.