NLL Legend - Scott Haldane

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NLL Legend – Scott Haldane.

All of us here at NL Leisure would like to say a huge well done to NLL member Scott Haldane who attends swimming at the Time Capsule & Aquatec. Scott is a keen swimmer who recently passed his NL Leisure Platinum Swimming award and all of us at NLL would like to say well done a great achievement!

Scott’s swimming has greatly improved over time which has seen him gain several awards.

Scott's hard work & determination has seen him go from strength to strength, becoming an excellent swimmer. Staff at both the Aquatec and Time Capsule had commented on his great success - making him truly deserving of becoming an NLL Legend!

Well done Scott!


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