Limerick Swimming Club’s Eoin Corby claimed an impressive three medals at the School Games in Loughborough last weekend.
Eoin was one of 18 Team Ireland swimmers who travelled to the UK this weekend to compete.
Corby secured Silver in the 200m breaststroke on Friday, followed by a bronze in the mixed 4x100m, while he claimed a third medal with a bronze in the 100m breaststroke on Sunday.
The Clarina native secure his Silver medal finishing with a personal best of 2.26.54, coming in behind Welsh swimmer Kyle Booth who finished in 2:23.60.
4×200 freestyle silver medalists Julia, Victoria, Maria & Cara, 100m breaststroke bronze medal winner Eoin Corby pic.twitter.com/9G73QGW7Xz
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The Limerick teenager capped off a successful summer, following an impressive showing at the European Youth Olympics in July.