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.





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