Boys are head over heels after East Region success for Harlow Gymnastics Club
Sport / Tue 22nd Nov 2022 am30 08:39am
OUTSTANDING success for the men’s section of Harlow gymnastics club at the East Region Recreational Competition 2022 in Piper’s Vale, Ipswich, competing against clubs from Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
Competing in his first ever competition, Tristan Hoskin Wise stole the show in the under 8 event by gaining the highest overall score, after earning gold medals on rings, parallel bars and high bar, as well as silver medal on vault and placing 5th on floor.
In the under 12 event, Harry Bradbury accomplished bronze medals on rings, p-bar and h-bar, placed 4th on floor and vault, resulting in the second highest score of the event
Oliver Cordina captured the silver medal on floor, in the under 16 event, and placed 4th on vault, 5th on both rings and p-bar and 6th on H-bar, finishing with the fourth highest score.
Meanwhile in the under 10s event, Frankie Gordon achieved the fourth highest overall score, after collecting the silver medal on h-bar, bronze medal on floor, 6th place on rings. Lennon Dilloway won the silver medal on vault, and placed 4th on floor and 6th on h-bar, finishing with the seventh highest score. Finishing with the fifth highest score was teammate Lucas Palfremen who placed 5th on h-bar and 6th on both rings and p-bar. Narrowly behind with the sixth highest score, Ronnie O’Sullivan placed 4th on h-bar and 6th on floor.
MAG Head Coach, Peter James said, “It has been a great day in the gym for our Boys squad competing in the East Region Recreational Competition. Competing against 7 other clubs in the region and coming out with some brilliant results with medals across all of the age groups. This was the first competition for many of the boys in this squad and they should all be very proud of their performances across all of the apparatus today.
The Club has had a long period of success at this competition with this Squad now being the 4th generation of gymnasts taking part in this event. I’m very proud to be a part of this program in the club and a big thanks also goes to my junior assistant Hrissian Gunov who also helped the boys progress and be ready for this competition.
Well done to you all for a truly outstanding day representing Harlow Gymnastics Club.”