DEWSBURY swimmer Kyle Chisholm collected five gold and two silver medals in the ASA North East Regional Short Course Championships in Sunderland.
Chisholm’s teammate Keelan Fitton was the only other open age medal winner, who went home with one silver and two bronze for the Borough of Kirklees swimmers.
However Devyn Leask and Katheryn Scott both achieved numerous top 10 finishes and were unlucky not to add to BOK’s medal total in the open age category.
In the 14-15 age group Avril Bowler picked up a silver medal while Rosie Hepworth went home with a bronze.
Sam Loizou (eight), Thomas Grierson (four), Adam Law (four), Emily Hirst (two) and Holly Pearson (two) also managed top 10 finishes.
But it was in the 11-13 age group were BOK had the most success finishing a commendable fourth in the medals table with 10 golds, five silver and six bronze.
Milly Boulding was in fine form for the girls, winning seven gold and three bronze medals, Martha Bradley bagged two golds and four silver, Melissa Moorhouse one silver and one bronze and Gina Speakman one bronze.
For the boys Jamie Pridgeion won a gold and bronze medal.
Chloe Hirst (six), Jamie Fitton (five), Emily Brook (three), Edith Hodgson (one), Seth Leech (four), Alastair Henderson (two), Jacob Grierson (three) and Luke Clegg (five) also managed a number of top 10 finishes.
After the event BOK said goodbye to coach Joe Daniel, who is moving on.