Richard’s Trampoline Club at two national grade two competitions
Distance was not a problem for Richard s Trampoline Club at two national grade two competitions over the weekend. Club members went over to Northern Ireland on Saturday before going to Birmingham 24 hours later. Nicky Ledwold, competing in Northern Irelan
Distance was not a problem for Richard's Trampoline Club at two national grade two competitions over the weekend.
Club members went over to Northern Ireland on Saturday before going to Birmingham 24 hours later.
Nicky Ledwold, competing in Northern Ireland, hoped to gain enough marks to qualify him up to grade one.
He made a good start in his set routine and got the required score.
A mistake on his first move (a double somersault) on his voluntary set affected the rest of the routine.
This meant he was not able to achieve the overall required score, missing it by just 0.1.
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Kasey Kilday, up in Birmingham, also narrowly missed out on the finals by just 0.3.
Rosannamay Cannon successfully completed both of her routines and she will look at improving her height and neatness for her next competition.
Lauren Doherty was last to compete in Birmingham. She completed two good routines, showing great improvement since her last competition at grade two.