The weekend started with Club Grades level 1, Aidy Jarred and Tristan Lamble were Wokings representatives in this team, they both performed well, Tristan placed 13th scoring 60.00, Aidy finished 7th scoring 60.6 and also gaining a place on the Club Grades Reward camp. They both helped the team achieve a 2nd place finish.
On Saturday it was the turn of our club level 4 gymnasts, Woking had 3 boys; Rudi Moriano, Charlie Rose and Christian Fuoco, the boys competed well but had a few wobbles and mistakes. Rudi place 15th with a score of 61.85, Charlie was 22nd with 60.8 and Christian scored 59.9 and finished 27th.
Saturday afternoon saw the Elite Grade competition start. Up first were the Level 3’s Toby Splain and Joshua Porter. Toby competed 7 of the 8 pieces well but unfortunately a few mistakes on the high bar cost him dearly finishing with a total of 64.550 placing him 20th, Josh had a couple of mistakes through his comp but also produced some quality to help him finish 13th with a score of 70.725. The boys scores also helped the team take home the gold medal.
The last session on the Saturday saw 2 boys compete, Laurence Butler in level 4 and Fraser Griffiths in level 6, Laurence competed well but a few low scores on a couple of pieces brought his score down, he finished 21st scoring 55.850. In the Level 6 competition Fraser competed competently and showed his class with a 6th place finish and scoring 68.1. Fraser also picked up a silver medal in the team event.
Sunday saw the last 2 age groups compete our Elite Level 1’s and 2’s. The level 2 team had 3 Woking representatives Thomas O’Connor, Santo Fuoco and Dylan O’Rourke. Tom had a solid comp and showed moments of quality putting him in 12th position with a total of 72.75, Santo competed well but his total of 70.475 was hit by a couple of lower scores, he placed 19th. Dylan finished 31st out of over 50 competitors, with a score of 67.825.
Wokings last 2 competitors were part of the level 1 team, Jamaal Kashim and Oliver Porter. Jamaal came out and showed some lovely gymnastics but unfortunately a mistake on the P bars affected his finishing total, he scored 66.95 finishing 36 out of over 50 gymnasts, Oliver had a brilliant competition in which he showed class throughout which resulted in him finishing a magnificent 2nd place with a score of 75.45 out of 80, an average of over 9.4 per apparatus. Jamaal and Oliver also helped their team to take home the gold medal.
Well done to all the boys that represented the South East and Woking over the weekend!