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NGA Christmas Display 2016

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Notts awarded 'Club of the year' at Notts Post Sports Awards

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After a hugely successful year for the club, we were delighted to once again to be nominated for the 'Club of the year' award at the Nottingham Post sports awards. After finishing as runner up in 2015, we are very proud to annouce that we were awarded as this years winner! This is a fantastic achievement for the club which in the past 12 months has seen 2 members represent Great Britain at the Olympic games, continued success for both the WAG and MAG disciplines at all levels of competition, and the expansion of our GFA programme. The award is a testement to the hard work and dedication shown from all our staff and volunteer's.


Jo Miller awarded Coach of the Year at Notts Post sports awards!

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 Huge congratulations to our WAG Head Coach, Jo Miller who was named 'Coach of the year' at the Nottingham Post sports awards. This is a fantastic achievement and thoroughly deserved after an outstanding year leading our women's programme, as well as personally coaching Becky & Ellie Downie. Becky and Ellie achieved history at the World Championships last year, claiming team Bronze. The sisters had a fantastic European Championships, with Becky being crowned European Bars Champion, and Ellie claiming silver on Foor and Vault. Ellie made history herself when she claimed all 4 apparatus titles at the 2016 Osijec World Cup event in Croatia, the first gymnast ever to do so in a World Cup event! The sisters where then selected for Team GB at the Rio Olympics where they helped the team achieve their best ever result at an Olympic Games.


Notts boys compete for East Midlands at National Finals

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Last weekend saw all regions from across Great Britain come together in Birmingham for the 2016 national finals. Many of our boys were successful at the recent regional trial and were selected to compete at the event for the East Midlands region.

The event began on Friday 4th November, with the Club level 1 and 3 competition. James Norman represented the region at level 1. James performed a solid Pommel routine (8.9), Vault (8.65) and Floor despite a minor wobble (7.95) to score 53.25. Harry Norman and Leo Hoggard competed at Level 3. Leo produced one of the highest scoring Pommel routines of the day with a brilliant routine (9.85) as well as solid routines on Vault and Parallel bars. Harry also had a strong Pommel routine, scoring 9.45 and a stylish Floor routine (8.5).

Saturday 5th November saw the Club Level 2 competition, where 3 of our boys where involved in the team, Kian Keogh, Charles Gardner and Jack Reyes. Kian led the way with brilliant performances on the Floor (9.1), Pommel (9.2), Vault (9.9) and PPP (8.55). Charlie also produced a very stylish floor routine which was the 3rd highest score of the competition (9.15), as well as strong performances on Vault (9.65) and High Bar (8.7). Jack scored brilliantly on a much improved vault for him (9.4) and had solid performances on Floor (8.1) and PPP (8.1). After a huge team effort, the team placed in 2nd place, winning the Silver medal, less than a mark off gold! Huge congratulations to the boys and their coach, Jonathan Reyes.

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Saturday also saw Luke Harrington and Liam Jury compete at Club and Elite Level 4 respectively. Luke contributed to the team with a fine performance on rings (8.4) and vault (8.95). Liam Jury overcame some prior nerves with strong performances on Vault (8.925), APP (9.1) and the 3rd highest score on PPP (8.9).

On the Sunday, Niall Storer competed in the Elite Level 1 team. Niall built on both the regional selection trial and the London Open with a confident performance and particularly strong performances on Pommel (9.05) and Vault (9.0). Colbi also built on previous competitions with an assured performance on floor (8.6), pommel (9.225) and vault (9.45), with a very strong high-bar routine (9.0).

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Congratulations to all gymnasts and coaches involved!

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