Annual awards at aerobic club

PUBLISHED: 10:23 08 May 2006 | UPDATED: 09:14 24 May 2010

OVER 70 competitors took part in Weston Aerobic Gymnastics annual club competition at the club's new permanent training centre The Potteries.

OVER 70 competitors took part in Weston Aerobic Gymnastics annual club competition at the club's new permanent training centre The Potteries.Judges and coaches were delighted with the high standard shown by all those taking part. Seven and under: gold, Emily Antoine; silver, Francesca Cavaciuti; bronze, Lily Jeffrey. Seven and over recreational: gold, Bethany Kemmish; silver, Elisha Jamieson; bronze, Rebecca Hudson.Tuesday developmental: gold, Ruby Youds; silver, Keira Gullick; bronze, Molly Gatehouse. Thursday developmental: gold, Sally Dean; silver, Abbi Day; bronze, Jade Hunt.Elite squad: gold, Emma Berry, Bobbi Dorrington, Tash Biss, Charlotte White; silver, Kat Saunders, Becky Rose, Jade Hayes, Matt Saunders, Georgina Hannam; bronze, Charlotte Davies, Rosie Hitchins, Lucy Bladon, Gemma Barnfield.The final event of the day was a stunning display by the six gymnasts who have been selected to represent Great Britain at the Italian international and the European training camp. Both the 15-17 group, Kat Saunders, Sadie Berry and Rachel Harvey, and 12-14 group, Kirsty Harvey, Trina Rose and Gemma Barnfield showed their skills off beautifully.By taking over the running of the Potteries, Weston Aerobic Gymnastics Club now has a permanent centre that will be able to cater for all those who wish to train for fun and fitness or competitively. Alongside all the gymnastic sessions, the club holds daily adult fitness classes with two of Weston's most popular teachers. The centre boasts a large sports hall suitable for many sports and activities and with a good floor and mirrors is ideal for martial arts and dance classes, and the club is keen to promote the venue for community use and are looking for other clubs and dance groups to make use of the sports hall and meeting rooms. For those interested in training with the only Gymmark accredited club in the area or hiring the facilities please phone Debbie Saunders 07779 802110.

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