Medals galore

PUBLISHED: 10:00 02 April 2008 | UPDATED: 21:41 15 June 2010

P7082-14-08SH Honiton Gymnasts who took part in the recent competiton (Lee has all details)
Pictures by Simon Horn.

P7082-14-08SH Honiton Gymnasts who took part in the recent competiton (Lee has all details) Pictures by Simon Horn.

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Honiton Gym Club brought home a host of medals from the recent regional acrobatics competition in Yate, including two South West Championship titles.

P7082-14-08SH Honiton Gymnasts who took part in the recent competiton (Lee has all details)
Pictures by Simon Horn.

Honiton Gym Club brought home a host of medals from the recent regional acrobatics competition in Yate, including two South West Championship titles. Hundreds of gymnasts from over the South West competed. Lauren Davey and Shaylee Moore were placed a fantastic second out of 43 partnerships. The girls qualified through to the National Finals. Joining them in at Fenton Manor, Stoke on Trent in May are 1st placed Megan Moore and Dan Liddiard, and the trio of Shaylee Moore, Jessica Kennaway and Valentine Tutcher. The club also have finalists in the schools' national finals on April 26 and 27 after winning the South West Schools Championships in Sherborne, Dorset. The gymnasts were Kirstie Dowle and Danni Gillard (1st place U19 Women's Pair), Jessica Kennaway and Rachel Palfrey (1st place U13 Women's Pair) and Jessica Todd and Megan Moore (1st place U11 Women's Pair). Finally, the Women's U19 group from Honiton Community College came first with The King's School, Ottery St Mary coming second. The club are hoping for even more success at the regional novice competition in Thornbury, Bristol, on April 6. Honiton Gym Club are always looking for new members. If you are interested in joining, please contact Honiton Leisure Centre (01404) 42325 or email Helen on hnayler@hotmail.com Turn to page 69.


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