Bouncing to success

Richard s Trampoline Club hosted the eastern regional grading competition in Letchworth. More than 200 performers were involved in the first competition of the year. Some were trying to qualify back up to national level, while others were trying out new r

Richard's Trampoline Club hosted the eastern regional grading competition in Letchworth.

More than 200 performers were involved in the first competition of the year.

Some were trying to qualify back up to national level, while others were trying out new routines and some competing for their first time.

At grade three, Kasey Kilday performed some excellent routines, easily gaining the required marks to qualify back up to grade two and claim first place.


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Roseannamay Cannon also did some great routines to gain the qualifying mark to move back up to grade two. She finished in joint first place, but using the countback ruling put her back into second overall.

Lizzie Mercer, Lorna Kyan, Jo Collins and Clara Williams all did their best and got team first.

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It was Jo's first time at grade three so she did really well to complete her routines.

Sophie Perks was trying out two new routines. She coped really well and successfully completed both of them.

Bradley Sapsford was competing for the first time at grade three. He struggled with his set routine but he is showing lots of potential for the future.

At grade four, Becky Hales did really well and she finished in first place within a large group and she will be looking at moving up to grade three soon.

Jack Jones also did well to finish in third place - it was his first time competing at grade four.

Levi Rimmer was also competing at grade four for the first time. She made the transition well and will now be looking to increase her difficulty score.

At grade five, Katherine Crone was rewarded with third place and Hazel Smart closely behind in fourth place.

Joseph Pridmore did well competing for his first time ever, and he narrowly missed out on a medal in fourth place.

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