First up on Saturday morning were Ella Davies and Amaea Dean in National Grade 4. There were solid routines throughout the competition with a couple of little mistakes, which proved to be costly on such a crowded and talented field and 11th place over all for Ella Davies with a total of 57.900 and 57.250 points for Amaea and 14th place Over All.
Next up in Round 2 was Charlie Lloyd competing in Compulsory Level 2. To prove the point that the Elite path is rather challenging and demanding there were only two gymnasts competing in that level. Charlie did 4 pieces and impressed the judges with her natural elegance and grace.
Last up in Round 4 were Woking’s rising stars Lily Clarke-Moss, Charlotte Barnard, Madison Childress and Stacey Mapara competing in Compulsory Level 5. It was an incredible performance from all of them, and a great effort and lots of positives for the future from all of the girls plus 6th place Over All for Stacey.
The Regional Grades were due on the next day and Woking’s girls had rather a successful day. In Round 5, which took place Tamara Venter was in cracking form competing in Regional 4 score total of 54.200 points over all to land on 25th place.
Next Grade on the list was Regional 2, which was split into further three age groups. In Regional 2 02+ born Isabel Metcalfe won the title with an impressive 59.850 points, 2.5 points clear from the silver medallist and showing great poise and elegance throughout the whole competition.
Her teammates Molly Harper and Sierra Payne were equally impressive in Regional 2 Grade 2003+ born topping up A. Bars with a score of 12.300 for Sierra and Molly scoring the highest on Beam with 11.750. In the All Around event Molly came 7th with a total of 55.250 points and Sierra clinched in to the top 10 with a total of 54.700.
To top up the day in the last round two more Woking gymnasts were crowned SE Regional Champions. In Regional 3 Amy Smith held her nerves and sailed through the comp to finish with the impressive 59.950 points over all and grabbed the title and in Regional 1 Yasmin Denham finishedher career in the best possible way winning the Over All gold with 59.250 points as well as coming first on Floor and Beam
Well Done to all the coaches, gymnasts, parents and supporters for their endless effort, hard work and commitment.