KING’S School trampolinists were in seventh heaven after their best ever performance at the NorthWest Championships.
Competing against the top club and school teams from across the region, King’s were the stand-out squad with seven teams named North West champions and Rowena Moores and Oliver Jones crowned champions in their own individual competitions
In all eight teams qualified with six individual performers to represent King’s in the North of Britain Championships to be held in Northern Ireland at the end of this month.
A special mention should go to Under-14 novice Vicky Theaker who was placed eighth in a section with 133 competitors, an outstanding achievement for a newcomer to the sport.
The results which were
available to coach Rachael Burrows-Jarvis were:
Under-19 Elite girls
First with Rowena Moores first, Beth Burrows fifth and team members Katie Fray and Antonia Bianchi.
Under-19 novice girls
Second with Tash Salem third, Kelly Corcoran fifth and team members Becky Quinn and Sophie Jackson.
Under 14 Elite girls
First with Susie Moores Moores fourth, Olivia Moores fifth and team members Izzy Stevens and May Broadley.
Under-11 intermediate girls
First with Izzy Moores third, Izzy Watkins sixth and team members Scarlett Brough and Amy Willock.
Under-13 boys elite
First with team members Harry Pinches, Harry Collett, Harry
Wallace and Paul Saurez
Under-14 novice girls
Vicky Theaker eighth and team members Emily Friston, Hannah McCormick and Fiza Kokan
Under-14 intermediate girls
Anna Kaz, Zoe Thomas and Imogen Collinson.
Under-19 intermediate girls
First with Eleanor Collett third, Fiona Cornish fourth, Ellie Holder eighth and Amy Johnson 10th.
Under-11 novice boys
First with Oliver Jones first, Elliot Naylor second and Ted Broadley fifth.
Under-11 novice girls Team One first with team members Sophie Fletcher, Cara Holliday, Jessica Burton and Millie Crummack.
Team two were Lydia Hine, Serena Panton, Lotte Clarke and Holly Burke.
Coach Burrows-Jarvis said: “I am extremely proud of all the children who took part in the competition and how hard they have worked to achieve so highly.
“The children show immense commitment and dedication and this is reflected in their performances.
“Well done to all and I wish them all the best in their next competition in Northern Ireland.”