CHATHAM, NJ - The Minisink Swim and Tennis Club hosted the 62nd Annual Town & Country All-Team Swim meet -- the first and oldest summer swim team competition in the nation -- with Clearwater Swim Club taking first place by 79 points over the host club.

Six teams -- the Berkeley Swim Club of Berkeley Heights, the Chatham Fish and Game Association, the Clearwater Swim Club of New Providence, the Crestview Swim and Tennis Club of New Providence, the Minisink Swim and Tennis Club, and the Noe Pond Club of Chatham Township -- competed in the event, which boasts 50 events including medley and freestyle relays per age group for boys and girls, and one race per age group for boys and girls for each of the four strokes -- backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and freestyle.

Clearwater came in first place with 312 points to 233 points for Minisink. Berkeley finished third with 187 points,  followed by Crestview (180), Noe (139) and Fish & Game.