New format for trampolinists

Richard s Trampoline Club went to Harlow for the Eastern regional grading competition. This was the last competition to use the current format, which surprisingly still attracted many entries. A new system is being introduced for October. At grade three,

Richard's Trampoline Club went to Harlow for the Eastern regional grading competition.

This was the last competition to use the current format, which surprisingly still attracted many entries. A new system is being introduced for October.

At grade three, Clara Williams completed some excellent routines, showing some fantastic form.

The competition was incredibly close with the top three performers joint after the voluntary routines. It was all down to the final and Clara finished in second place.

Lee Meakin returned to competition after a year's break. Despite his form suffering from lack of training, he did enough to finish second.

Daisy Longden, who has only just recently joined the club, did some good routines and also finished in second place.

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Jo Collins uncharacteristically lost her way during her voluntary routine, and only completed nine moves instead of the required 10. This left her a whole mark down from each judge, so this saw her in sixth place.

Bradley Sapsford also made a small mistake during one of his routines which affected his marks and put him in sixth place.

Jessica Impson Davey, who has also only just joined the club, successfully completed her routines, but lacking in form slightly which left her in seventh place.

At grade four, Laura Burns is showing great improvement.

She successfully completed both her routines, and managed to improve upon her form score since her last competition to easily finish in first place.

Joseph Pridmore made a slight error during his voluntary routine but he then went on to do a fantastic final routine, and this gave him enough for first place.

Levi Rimmer showed steady progress and she successfully completed her routines and finished in a well deserved third place.

Scott Crowhurst has been showing good steady improvement recently and he narrowly missed out on a medal in fourth place.

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