Woking had 11 boys competing over 2 days of competition. First to compete was the Level 1 Elite category. Joshua Porter had a mixed day with some small errors in a few routines. Joshua finished 14th with a score of 67.90.
The next round was the Level 2 Elite with Laurence Butler, Christian Fuoco and Charlie Rose competing for Woking. Laurence finished 25th scoring 66.80; Christian finished 28th scoring 65.30 and Charlie finished 32nd scoring 61.55.
The final round on Friday belonged to the Level 4 Elite. Woking had Jasper Smith-Gordon and Fraser Griffiths competing. Jasper had a very good competition finishing 5th scoring 70.40 and Fraser had a bit of a nightmare on Pommels finishing 12th scoring 58.30.
Saturdays competition started with the ‘Loveday Trophy’ with Miki Chu and Timothy McCarthy competing for Woking. Both gymnasts are slightly injured and unable to compete on Floor and Vault. Miki performed some clean routines finishing 5th on both Pommels and Parallel Bars and 7th on Rings. Tim finished 4th with a lovely Parallel Bar routine only 0.1 away from 3rd.
The next round was the ‘Clayton Trophy’ with Lorenzo Carrozzo and James Miller up for Woking. Lorenzo had a good competition until the last apparatus, Pommels, unfortunately this mistake cost Lorenzo a number of positions finishing 13th scoring 69.90. James had a clean competition finishing 19th scoring 66.25.
The final round was the seniors turn in the ‘Westminster Trophy’. Tom Defina competed on Pommels, Tom performed a very nice routine finishing in 6th place scoring 14.1 beating the current European Pommel Champion Daniel Keatings!
Well done to all the gymnasts that competed for Woking.