Gymnasts make the grade

15:26 21 February 2012

Jo Collins, Kasey Kilday, Ella Hemmings, Tate Henocq and Dan Willis of Richard

Jo Collins, Kasey Kilday, Ella Hemmings, Tate Henocq and Dan Willis of Richard's Trampoline Club. Photo: supplied.

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Athletes from Richard’s in action at Brentwood

Richard’s Trampoline Club attended the Eastern Regional Grading competition in Brentwood for the start of the sport’s competitive season.

The club had a team of six performers, some of whom were attempting to qualify to move up a grade.

At Regional F grade Dan Wills received some good scores from the judges to finish in second place, one position behind club-mate Kasey Kilday as both qualified to move up to Regional E level.

Jo Collins was next up, and was the club’s only competitor in the Regional D grade. Collins finished in fourth place, missing out on a medal by half a point.

In the Regional G category Ella Hemmings finished in the top 20 while Faye Harper finished in 10th place.

Tate Henocq was competing at Regional E for the first time and secured herself sixth place.

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