The Moorooka Marlins Swim Club is an amateur swim club with membership available to all families of the community.
Our Club’s primary aims are not only to teach swimming but to also improve members techniques and fitness and promote water safety in general.
Our program aims to encourage the families of young children in the Moorooka community to take up swimming with particular importance given to families of multicultural backgrounds or those who require financial assistance.
We hold our Club nights every Friday night, excluding Christmas School Holidays, unless cancelled due to adverse weather conditions. Swimmers compete against their personal best times accumulating points towards the Aggregate Points Trophy competition awarded at the end of the season. Boys and girls swim together with events graded from slowest to fastest.
The club rules are set out in our Marlins Handbook 2017-2018.
All members are encouraged to participate in the monthly Swim Club Committee meetings held at the pool at the Moorooka State School each month at 5.30pm, excluding school holidays. The Club Committee is elected at the final swim club meeting of the seasons held in the week after the Club Championships.
Changes to the Club’s rulebook and Charter may only be made before the start of the swim season and only under conditions which ensure adequate notice is given to members and a majority decisions obtained.
ASCTA Bronze Level Swimming Coach & Swim Australia Teacher
Jeff was a 200m butterfly finalist at the 1986 Korean national swimming championships. He was also a Korean national elite athlete in pentathlon from 1986-1988 and competed in the 1988 Olympic group qualifying stages for pentathlon.
Jeff started his coaching career more than 20 years ago in Korea where he coached at several high-level swimming clubs. He continued is career in Brisbane, starting as a learn to swim coach and developmental coach at Superfish Swim Club at Sunnybank. Since then he has coached at various other clubs and schools in Brisbane including Middle Park State School, Jamboree Heights State School & Woogaroo swimming clubs.
He has trained swimmers to great success over recent years with many achieving at a regional, state and national level. A key performance indicator is the continual achievement of personal best times by all swimmers.
Jeff is extremely passionate about swimming and wants the Moorooka Marlins Swim Club to be one of the best in the region.
Membership and Annual Fees
Swimmers must be club members in order to participate at Club Nights, swim meets and championships. The annual swim club fee is $95 per family per season. For families joining after 1 January (mid-season) the half yearly fee will be $60. On joining and paying the club fee, a family is entitled to:
- participate in all Club activities
- a copy of the season’s handbook
- a copy of the annual report by via e-mail
|Club Captains||Mya Wilson|
|Inter-Club Team Selector||John Milinkovic/Leigh George|
|Chief Judge||Shailen Prasad|
|Chief Timekeeper||Suzana Maric|
|Announcer||Helen Mansfield/Peta Shine|
|Canteen & BBQ Convener||Tracey Maddocks|
|Computer Committee||Dennis Drummond|