Gunnedah Gymnastics Club had a very successful trip to Armidale at the weekend, winning every level they competed in.
Gunnedah Gymnastics Centre’s Debbie Croft said the 18 competitors performed exceptionally well.
“It is a fitting result for the hard work they have all put in,” Debbie said.
“It has been a long time since we have seen a clean sweep and the girls should all be so proud of their efforts.
“We have amazing coaches here, plus the support of their families, with most girls training four or five nights a week.”
Level three all ages saw the top four positions all go to Gunnedah.
Eden Molenkamp won with an overall score of 37.25, just edging out Mia Geddes with a score of 37.233. Kate Randall came third with a score of 37.075 while Adelaide Abra finished the competition in fourth, scoring 37.025.
Gunnedah’s domination continued in the level four, all ages competition, with the four competitors taking out the top four positions.
Bianca Bayliss won with 37.525 with Kelly Briggs coming second with 37.391. Amber King placed third with an overall score of 36.783 while Ella Sloan secured fourth spot with a score of 36.741.
Arabella Holmes was the only gymnast from Gunnedah competing in level five and she finished on top, taking home the win with an impressive score of 36.681.
The competition was tough in level six, but Mikayla Ferguson was able to take home the win with an overall score of 36.650. It was a three way tie for second place, with Gunnedah’s Macey Carlyon and Tamworth’s Lashay Connor and Bonnie Bachali all finishing with a score of 36.525.
Indiella Bryers put together an impressive performance in her level eight competition, registering a remarkable overall score of 45.300.