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HILLINGDON retained their Balfour Beatty London Youth Games trampolining title at Harrow Leisure Centre.
Bromley bagged silver and Harrow won bronze but an individual gold winning performance from 16-year-old Rebecca Hallam helped Hillingdon to top spot.
Team manager Andrew Wood highlighted her performance, saying: “The team did really well, which I’m quite happy about.
“The 9.5 that Rebecca got was quite an achievement. It’s her last year [at LYG] and she came first and helped the team come first, so that was really good.
“We did win last year and we’ve got three out of the four of the team from last year so I thought we had a good chance of winning, but you don’t expect to win.”
Competitors performed routines which included straddle jumps, back landings and somersaults.
Trampolining is one of 33 sports in the 2015 Balfour Beatty London Youth Games. The London Youth Games is Europe’s largest annual youth sports event and is driving the legacy for increased participation in competitive sport and volunteering for young Londoners.
A record 126,897 young Londoners took part in the record-breaking 2014 Balfour Beatty London Youth Games, taking the event to more than a million participants since it launched in 1977.