Splitz celebrate their 25th anniversary

Splitz Gymnastics Club celebrate their 25th anniversary at the Campus.

SPLITZ Gymnastics Club annual awards night was held at the Campus and a packed venue of over 350 parents and gymnasts came together to celebrate its 25th anniversary.

To start the event, all general gym classes performed a display of vaulting, floor work, beam and body conditioning, and the advanced class did acrobatics and vaulting.

To finish, the competition squad performed some of their medal winning routines, acrobatic display, dance routine and some impressive tumbling on floor and air track.

Trophies were given to the following gymnasts - attendance: Evelina Nev, Jessica Bliss, Kayleigh Benham, Lucy Jennings, Megan Fairchild.

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Most improved: Amy Vincent Kent, Imogen Constanza, Kizzy Brinley, Beth Macleod, Rosie Saxon, Kiera Collicott, Chole Maspero.

Best newcomer: Bethany Davidson, Lacy Jones, Tayla Pollard, Abbie Delafield, Molly Goodman.

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Special achievements: Tia Steele, Rea Cooper, Taylor Conway, Georgia Sheepwash, Summer Rogers, Elleanor Atwell, Rosie Bunker, Olivia Harvey Bennett, Lennon Coles.

Services to the club: Lydia Hawkings, Olivia Harvey, Emily Fairchild, Eleanor Robertson, Emily Hawkings, Charlotte Patch, Georgia Sheepwash, Shelley Dudley, Kirsty King, Serena Robertson (qualified judge) Carmen Benham (choreographer), Louise Walker (head of general gym classes).

Headly Palmer Memorial Trophy: Phoebe Santo. Gymnasts of the Year: Leanne Chubb and Kayleigh Down.

The club is compiling an anniversary page on its website and would like to hear from past gymnasts and families to put a few words on about their time at Splitz Gym Club.

Please e-mail splitzgymclub@hotmail.com or phone 07900 856129 if you would like to join this popular club.

The club is also holding summer clubs for gymnastics and free running at The Campus. Ring 01934 427427 or the number above for more details.

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