Club thanks dedicated coaches, volunteer helpers and sponsors
Every year the Fenland Flyers gymnasts and coaches work extremely hard and as a club like to celebrate this by holding a presentation evening for all.
Flyers stated: “The club would not be the success it is, if it were not for its dedicated coaches and volunteer helpers. They have all worked tirelessly over the past 11 years.
“We would also like to thank London-based companies Midwich, Audio Logic, DCPM and local company Top To Toe for their donation of fantastic raffle prizes for the evening; and Thomas Clarkson Academy for storing our equipment and for allowing us to train four evenings a week.”
Trampoline proficiency awards: Some children come to club for the enjoyment and work toward their trampoline awards.
Awards are presented at the end of each term and this term some of the children picked up their awards on the evening.
One of Flyers’ youngest members, 4-year-old Amber Sargent, was awarded her Awards 2 & 3 along with Charlie Colledge, Harley Calton, Keira Fines, Emma Morgan, Tia Cooper, Katelyn Parrin, Holly Pepper, Millie Rooney and Kate Pattingale.
Achievement awards: For those that put in a little extra effort and come to training and work to the best of their ability.
The following children were awarded with an Achievement Trophy – James Pepper, James Wheeler, Brooke Thulborn, Amber Sargent, Bailey Hanrahan, Tilly Pease, Keira Fines, Tia Cooper, Jonathan Newell, Kate Pattingale, Bryony College.
n This year national performers Ella Wilson, Sky Dornan Baker, Jasmine Hailes-Pope, Jordan Broda and Alana Pritchard, entered up to four qualifying rounds to gain points to be eligible to compete at National League Finals in Sheffield.
Jordan, Jasmine and Alana all reached the required points and position to compete in this prestigious competition.
Each year the standard of this competition gets higher and higher and Flyers are competing against some of the top clubs in Great Britain.
This year Alana and Jordan, both the youngest in their group, came a very respectable sixth, with Jasmine being placed in ninth.
Other results in the panel above right.
Most Improved X10 Bounces.
To encourage performers to jump high and with control, Flyers time 10 straight bounces at the beginning of each session throughout the year and they are trying to improve their height from when they started at the beginning of this year.
The top 10 bouncers are: 10th Samuel Clements, 9th Nika Vesiljeva, 8th Anya Holc-Campbell, 7th Tilly Pease, 6th Gracie-Jane Lloyd, 5th Katelyn Parrin, 4th Keira Fines, 3rd Millie Rooney, 2nd Reilly Anderson, 1st Kate Pattingale.
These awards are given to children for their excellent achievements throughout the year.
Most Improved Newbie: Lisa Snell. Most Improved Recreational Boy: Deivid Zukovski. Most Improved Recreational Girl: Katelyn Parrin. Most Improved Club Level Girl: Anya Holc-Campbell. Most Improved Elite Girl: Amelia Gee. Most Improved Elite Boy: Reilly Anderson. Most Improved Gymnast with Additional needs: Kieran Prpa.
Our highest club awards of the evening went to Hannah Smith for Perseverance, Millie Rooney for Courage and Alana Pritchard was awarded Club Performer of the Year.
Fenland Flyers offers trampoline and double mini trampoline lessons to all ages and ability.
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