Squad Gymnasts from Baskervilles Gymnastics Club saw some great results on Sunday 26th June, starting strongly in the first of three West Country League Competitions. The competition, which took place at both Wiltshire School of Gymnastics and Fromeside Gymnastics Club, saw gymnastic clubs from the South West compete against each other, with four teams representing Baskervilles. Gymnasts from Baskervilles saw some great scores, including a team gold medal for the A League Division 3 team.
The A League Premiership category saw Esme Mathias, 10, Anya Green, 9, Annabelle Moss, 8, Tahlia Wyatt, 7, and Gracie Hurd 7, compete for Baskervilles. For Tahlia and Gracie, this was their first ever four-piece competition, and they were the youngest gymnasts to take part in the whole competition. The girls’ team came in 4th place overall, with Esme 3rd on beam and in an individual 3rd place.
In the B League Division 1 category, Pearl Fray, 12, Jasmine Andrews, 12, Camille Gillett, 9, Edie Gudmunsen, 15, and Elisabeth Osborn, 14, won an overall 3rd place in a competition of 6 teams. Elisabeth came 2nd on floor, with Edie taking 1st place on vault and asymmetric bars, and 3rd overall.
Elite Gymnasts Bree Warren, 16, Keira Williams, 11, Isobel Martin, 10, and Rosa Pawlyn, 10, took part in the C League Division 1 competition.
The girls came 3rd overall, with a team 1st place on floor. Individually, Keira came 7th overall, with a score of 42.25, and Bree Warren came 3rd overall, scoring 45.65, winning 3rd place on vault and 2nd place on floor.
In the strongest showing of the day, Nancy Morris, 11, Elsie Bruton, 11, Phoebe Prichard, 10, Isobel Dixon, 10, Abigail Baxter, 10 and Molly Hibbert-Davies, 9, bagged gold position in the A League Division 3 category.
The girls had some brilliant results, with Nancy coming 3rd on beam, floor and overall, Elsie 2nd on beam, floor and overall, Abigail 1st on beam and 2nd on vault, Molly 1st on vault, and Phoebe 1st on floor and taking individual 1st place overall.
‘I’m extremely pleased with our results from this competition’,
Elite Coach Francesca Ince explained, ‘this puts the girls in a great position for the rest of the year’.