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Bea, Mika and Geneva shine at East Midlands Regional Champs

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Beatrice Hill, Mika Webster Longin and Geneva Jones competed their compulsory grades at the East Midlands Regional Championships on Saturday 19th March. 

The competition got off to a good start  with 3 clean, sharp beam routines so the girls moved confidently onto floor. 

Beatrice performed a routine with solid tumbles and impressive landings balanced with elegant and captivating choreography. Geneva put on a dramatic performance which demonstrated how much she has grown in confidence working her floor routine. Mika's routine was bursting with personality and smiles with quality tumbles to match. 

Beatrice competed a powerful vault scoring over 13 marks. Mika and Geneva then also showed dynamic vaults to score high 12s. Beatrice finished her competition with a beautiful bar routine to score 12.750. And a big well done to Mika competed forward giants for the first time. 

Mika and Geneva were guests at the competition and had a very good run through of their routines. 

Beatrice was crowned compulsory 3 regional champion with and impressive score of 60.4

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Well done to all 3 girls and good luck for national finals.


Strong contingent of Notts girls compete at Regional Grades

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Sunday 5th March saw girls from across the region comete in the Regional Grades Championships. The day started with Club Grades 6 and 5, and in the morning.

The R2 group did a great job with some beautiful beam work from Hattie Jackson and Stephanie Booth, an awesome and enthusiastic floor from Antonia, a lovely tight bar routine from Layla Lehane and Lily Hawthorne's poise in Range was great. The girls achived the scores of:

Layla Lehane - 57.276

Stephanie Booth - 59.917

Hattie Jackson - 59.817

Ella Dean - 55.083

Lily Hawthorne - 53.5

Antonia Crofts - 50.083

All passed their grades!

Development Challenge all competed at Club Grade 5. They started their competition on beam where we saw some lovely beam work from Bella Saunders-Lucas, and no falls for any of the girls on this piece! We then  saw some much improved, neat floor and range routines from Nina McEachran and Adele Brown, very tight and controlled bar routines from Violet Billingham and Amelia Short and some great, powerful handspring flat back vaults from Lottie Darby and Anna Bianchi The girls achieved scores of:

Adele Brown - 59.5 

Violet Billingham - 56.067 

Bella Saunders-Lucas - 55.017

Amelia Short - 54.283

Nina McEachran - 53.7

Lottie Darby - 53.433

Anna Bianchi - 50.1

All passed their grades!

Development Elite competed Compulsory 5 in the afternoon. The coaches are very proud and the afternoon saw a beautiful bar routine from Cadie Munday, powerful vaults from Diaz Hector, Naomi Williams and Lily Reyes, Sofia Granton-Crow's range was very elegant, and Katie Donaghey and Erin Prentice did some beautiful back walkovers on beam. Lots of personal worries were overcome and we can't wait to get back in the gym and keep building on their achievements.

All girls showed team spirit and for their first big competition they did a fantastic job, achieving the following scores: 

Katie Donaghey 55.55

Sofia Granton-Crow 52.2

Diaz Hector 56.85

Cadie Munday 58.2

Erin Prentice 54.85

Lily Reyes 49.9

Naomi Williams 56.1

Conratulations to all the girls involved!

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Great experience for Izzy at Scottish Championships

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In her first Scottish Championships, Isabella Willocks made the long trip north to Perth for the first major competition of the season.

Issy was looking to compete new skills she had been working on in the Espoir category. Everybody was really welcoming which helped the podium training where Issy displayed a relaxed but focused approach successfully training all her skills.

Warm up for competition went extremely well, with the new skills looking particularly solid. Starting on Bars Issy showed a clean tidy routine but unfortunately a couple of missed handstands cost her resulting in a lower than expected score. Moving to Beam, she was unable to replicate the solid acro series from the warm up and finished the routine with two falls. On floor she produced a very tidy routine producing a very respectable score of 10.95, finally to vault and the first time she had competed her new vault (Tucked Tsuk) in major competition. A slightly low landing was the only major deduction but a very positive result considering she had only been working the vault for just over a month. A good debut at a new competition and although not everything went to plan there were many positives and Issy showed that she has the skills to potentially finish in the top 10 and with more to come in the near future we're sure next year she will be back next year determined to show what she is capable of.



Notts girls continue team success!

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On Friday 3rd March several members of the WA programme made the journey down to Pipers Vale Gymnastics Club in Ipswich for the Quatro Cup competition. 

NGA followed up their hugely impressive display at the Junior British Team Championships in 2016 with another victory in the FIG team competition. 

The team made up of Elite squad members Laura Kaletha (14) Christine Tse (14) Scarlett Williams (13) and Ramiyah Kofi (12) produced some beautiful work across all four of the apparatus to top the podium ahead of the teams who boasted several current National squad members and seasoned International performers. 

The young team will now move onto their next objectives with huge confidence when they compete at the individual British Championships and English Championships a couple of weeks later. 

Notts were also admirably represented by a team from the WA challenge section as Thea Dane, Olivia Hackney and Lucy Moxham competed some new skills in preparation for the English Championships, with plenty of time  now left to consolidate their routines. 

Earlier on in the day, it was the turn of the youngsters from the Elite group who were looking to gain some vital competitive experience in preparation for their upcoming National Levels. 

Summer Hill showed great potential with a crowd pleasing floor routine, Mika Longin worked beautifully without any major errors across all the apparatus and earned two awards for execution, with Jasmine Whitaker and Geneva Jones both delivering signs of encouragement for their upcoming competitions.





Notts girls shine at Quatro Angel of the North competition in Liverpool

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Christine Tse, Laura Kaletha, Isabella Willocks, Jasmine Whitaker, Mika Webster Longin and Geneva Jones competed at their first competition of the year, Quatro Angel of the North  in Liverpool. It was a good opportunity for the girls to compete new skills and kick start their competition season. 

Mika showed nice tidy routines and is ready to improve on them over the next few weeks. Jasmine was pleased to compete a confident new beam routine with no falls whilst Geneva focused on her routines and on gaining confidence in the competition environment. On floor, Laura demonstrated powerful tumbles including a double Arabian and a one and half twist  punch full twisting straight front. Isabella, who is preparing for the Scottish championship, landed a new tuck tsukahara and a beautiful new double pike dismount off bars. Christine competed all around with poise and elegance and earned a well deserved second place. 

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Well done to all the girls and good luck with the rest of your competitions! 

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