Splitz gymnasts earn medals at South West competition

PUBLISHED: 11:42 28 March 2018

Splitz Gymnasts.

Splitz Gymnasts.


Splitz Gym Club members picked up medals at the South West Schools competition held in Yeovil.

Splitz Gym Club entered the South West Schools competition in Yeovil.

This competition was acrobatics and tumbling and gymnasts represented their Schools. Coaches at Splitz were proud of all the gymnasts and were very pleased on their results.

Tumbling - Amelia Money (silver) Fairlands School; Owen Jones (bronze) Milton Park; Summer Ellis (bronze) Mendip Green; Ellie Mae Shearer (bronze) Churchill School; Kayleigh Down (bronze) Broadoak School; Archie Pickles (fourth) Broadoak School; Mia Croker (fifth) Locking School; Elana Wood (sixth) Fairlands School; Chloe Reyes (sixth) Mendip Green; Jessica Wilford (sixth) Churchill School; Caitlin Teagle (ninth) Fairlands School.

Amelia Money will join the South West team to compete at the national finals in May.

Floor - Mia Croker and Emily Sands (bronze) Locking School; Chloe Reyes and Summer Ellis (fourth) Mendip Green; Ellie Mae Shearer and Jessica Wilford (fifth) Churchill School.

A big thank you to our judge Charlene for judging floor and tumbling and also support from the parents.

Splitz Gym has a purpose-built venue that offers all disciplines from pre-school to general gym, parkour and aerobics. All these can be found on the website www.splitzgymclub.co.uk

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