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NGA Wall of fame

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Notts Gymnastics Academy – Wall of Fame

Notts Gymnastics Academy’s Wall of Fame is now open for photo submissions.

The wall is located in our new reception area and is there to celebrate the fantastic achievements of all the gymnasts within the Academy.  If your child has placed Gold, Silver or Bronze at a recent competition, please consider submitting your photo to be displayed on the wall. We will display individual photos or groups where appropriate.


Please state: Name of child, competition attended and Medals achieved
A4 Photo (portrait or landscape)
Colour or Black and White
Individual or Group

Photos will be displayed and rotated on a regular basis.

Please submit your photo stating to the Main Office for the attention of the Fundraising & Social Committee as all photos must be approved before being placed on the wall.


Notts girls compete at Regional open age team championships

Categories // Women's artistic

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 Competition:Regional Open Age Club Team




Date: 11th June 2017
Venue: New College, Leicester

The Notts Junior team was Olivia Coventry, Jemimah Ingham-Jones, Amy Harper, Katie Watson, Niamh Lehane & Lori Prentice.

Despite being against gymnasts, many who were two years older and a level higher the Notts gymnasts performed well to finish 5th in an extremely competitive competition.

Many of the girls were competing new skill for the first time away from the gym, this proved successful with composed performances resulting in just 4 falls, this willl undoubtedly give them confidence with the County Champs and Malta all taking place in the next month.

Well Done to everyone.


Communication from the Board - GFA Organisational Changes

Categories // Gymnastics For All, Men's artistic, Women's artistic

We are writing to inform you that Jack Duggan will be leaving NGA and as a result share with you some organisational changes. 

We would like to take a moment first though to thank Jack for his creative ideas & hard work since joining us. He has successfully helped us to grow our GFA disciplineenabling access to the sport for many new participants as well as launching our in-house GFA competition and tireless work behind the scenes. We wish him all the best in his future endeavours.

We have been working to recruit for a new Head of Gymnastics For All and we are delighted to announce that Fern Ravnkilde has been successfully appointed to the position. Many of you will already know Fern from her great work as Assistant  Head and we are confident that she will transition naturally into her new role.

In the coming weeks we will therefore be  seeking a new Assistant Head, but in the meantime we are pleased to be continuing to add to our growing talent of GFA coaches, with the arrival of Laurence Bow and Susannah Watts. Laurence and Susannah join us with a wealth of experiences and we would like to formally welcome them both to NGA.

Our GFA discipline will continue operating as usual and whilst gymnastsmain coaches are the first port of call for any communication, Fern can now be contacted as the Head of GFA, should parents need to liaise with her. 


Notts girls compete at County Championships

Categories // GFA News & Competitions, Women's artistic

Level 7s competed in the morning, for many of them it was their first competition. The girls from Improvers achieved an astounding 11 medals between them, and Miley showed a particularly stunning vault.

In age category results are as follows:
Miley Austin 2nd
Summer Yeeles 3rd

Miley Austin 1st
Pippa Jackson 2nd
Summer Yeeles and Naomi Hopper 3rd

Miley Austin 1st
Summer Yeeles 2nd

Imogen Wren 2nd
Florence Granton-Crow 3rd

Miley Austin 3rd

The youngest members of R2 also took part in their first ever competition, and both Malena and Sophie medalled which is a fantastic achievement after joining the group recently. We were very pleased with the team spirit shown by R2 - they were supported by their group members who were competing in the afternoon.

 Results in the 7 years category are:

Sophie Redgate 1st
Malena Dafhnis-Luengo 2nd

Sophie Redgate 1st

Sophie Redgate 2nd
Malena Dafhnis-Luengo 3rd

It was the turn of the Level 6s in the afternoon, and girls from Development, Development Elite and R2 took their chance to shine.

Congratulations to all the gymnasts for their hard work. There were some nerves, but the girls did a good job. All from Development who had a squat on for bar managed to land it, DE had clean routines on beam, and there were some very neat floors from R2. Fantastic work from all!

In Age Level 6 Results:

Freya Lacey 2nd
Xyla Parris 6th
Freya Lacey 1st
Kieley Brown 3rd
Freya Lacey 1st

Freya Lacey 2nd
Matilda Rayner 3rd
Out of Age Level 6:

Stephanie Booth 1st
Layla Lehane 2nd
Hattie Jackson 3rd

Stephanie Booth 1st
Lily Hawthorne 3rd

Layla Lehane 2nd
Stephanie Booth 3rd
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Jo Miller receives Master Coach award!

Categories // Women's artistic

On Saturday 25th March, imediately after Ellie Downie claied the 2017 All-Around British title at the Echo arena in Liverpool, Jo Miller was presented the Master Coach award from British Gymnastics in front of a sell-out crowd! The achievement is recognition for her fantastic work with both Ellie and Becky and the results they have achieved on the international stage. 

Huge congratulations to Jo from everyone at Notts Gymnastics Academy!

 Jo Master Coach

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