Four swimmers won their races to take maximum points. Maya Sangiorgio doubled up in the 10/U 50m backstroke and 50m butterfly, Holly Roffe won the 11/U 50m butterfly and Ella Briault touched home first in the 12/U 50m backstroke.
A quartet of nine-year-olds - Aaron Sadler, Maddie Taylor, Joe Black and Georgia Hunter - made their debuts for the club and put in some strong performances.
Taylor had a busy evening, competing in four races, including one in the 10/U age group. She came fourth in the 50m freestyle, third in the 25m butterfly and fifth in the 10/U freestyle, but was unfortunately disqualified in the 50m backstroke.
Sadler achieved a hat-trick of second place finishes, in the 50m freestyle, 25m butterfly and 50m backstroke.
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Black came fourth in the 12/U 50m freestyle, while Hunter was fourth in the 9yrs 50m breaststroke and then moved up to the 10/U category, coming fifth.
Other notable performances came from Grace Edwards and Maddie Partridge.
Fifteen clubs across the region participate in the Junior Fenland League.
Deepings squad: Boys - Lewis Tarver, Aaron Sadler, Jack Cradock, Alec Telford, Harry Newman, Anthony Hall, Oliver Shepherd, Joe Black, William Burdock, Ed Trofinovas. Girls - Maddie Taylor, Maya Sangiorgio, Ella Briault, Holly Roffe, Maddy Partridge, Grace Edwards, Georgia Hunter, Orio May Pike.