First up on Friday morning was Compulsory 4, fielded with nearly 40 gymnasts from across the country age 9 & 10. Woking GC was represented by Madison Childress, Lily Clarke-Moss, Stacey Mapara and Charlotte Barnard. Beam is never easy as a first piece but the girls produced solid routines with Maddie and Lily getting respectively silver and bronze judging awards for their routines.
Next up was floor, where the girls presented their new routines with poise and grace and yet another silver judging award for Maddie. Third rotation saw the girls on Range & Conditioning, an additional module set by British Gymnastics, where girls show strength, balance and flexibility. The girls were slightly shaky and had a couple of mistakes but they managed to pick themselves up sailed through the last two pieces -Vault and Bars - with no mistakes.
57.600 points for Maddie, 55.200 for Stacey Mapara and top 20 Over All for both of them followed by Charlotte Barnard with 54.950 points and Lily Clarke-Moss with 53.000 points
Saturday 4th March was set for the Club Grades and what a day for Woking GC. In Grades 6, where more than forty gymnasts were battling for Miss Quatro’s crown, Dahlia Ford-Coughlan had a fantastic day nailing every single routine with confidence and elegance to score the whooping 63.150 points in Grades 6 and very well deserved 4th place over all with just 0.1 away of the bronze.
Her team mate Jessica Bruton did not disappoint either. Composure, maturity and control took her to very respectable 8th place over all with the score of 62.200 points. Great results for both girls and their coach Gina Murrin.
Very well done to all the gymnasts and their coaches and good luck for forthcoming Regional qualifier.