Over $5,000 raised for Splash for Cash – supporting the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children

Over $5,000 was raised for the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, though entry donations, plus swimmers getting family & friends sponsoring them, for the event held at Knox Aquatic Centre on Sunday 25th March.

A special thank you to Paul @ Warringah Masters for bringing a team up for an Endurance swim, and also to Cameron @ Abbotsleigh and Lachy @ Knox for bringing along their teams for some training and relays.

Thank you also to the other individuals who came to have a swim in a great pool and support a worthy cause. Young Ryan from Hornsby Amateur Swimming Club raised much needed funds from his sponsors including his school mates from Hornsby Heights Public School.

I think that this is a great cause that Masters Swimming could get behind every year.  A special thank you to Knox Grammar Aquatic Centre for their generous support in providing the pool for the day.

Stuart Ellicott (President – Hornsby Masters)



Sunday 25th March 2012 @ the new Knox Aquatic Centre – Woodville Rd, Wahroonga 10 am – 4.00 PM

Come and join us at this great new venue.

Splash for Cash is a fun-filled, annual swimathon that raises funds for the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC).

RIDBC proudly helps children overcome the challenges associated with hearing or vision loss by providing education and support to them and their family.

Make a splash in 2012 with Hornsby Masters and help RIDBC continue to provide quality and innovative services that ensures children living with hearing or vision loss achieve the best outcomes.

Follow this link to enter Splash for Cash Hornsby Masters.