Marriotts marvels win again
Marriotts gymnasts were in the medals again over the weekend. The boys took a trip down to the capital to compete in the London Open, which is one of the largest events in the country with a big entry of gymnasts. Against tough opposition, the boys produc
Marriotts gymnasts were in the medals again over the weekend.
The boys took a trip down to the capital to compete in the London Open, which is one of the largest events in the country with a big entry of gymnasts.
Against tough opposition, the boys produced some superb performances.
Top displays came from Andrew Henry and Jack Maydom who took gold and silver in the intermediate section, with Andrew also picking up gold in four of the six apparatus competitions.
In the youth section, Keir Chettleburgh took a good fourth place, while Alex Carrier and William Barnes also represented the club in the younger sections.
Back at Stevenage, some of the club's younger girl gymnasts were taking part in the Hertfordshire level seven and six competitions.
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In the level seven, seven and eight-year-old section, which is only competed on floor and vault, Louisa Field came fifth in her first ever competition.
At level six, which is the first county level four piece competition, the club had several gymnasts picking up individual apparatus awards.
Top overall performance came from Laura Burns who won overall silver in the seven and eight-year-old section.
Other Marriotts gymnasts competing were Lucy Moxham, Hannah Rayfiled, Talia Francis, Georgia Moretti, Georgia Hayes and Bethany Suppa.