Jaime Wall is part of South West team that wins silver at National Club Grade 7 finals

First published in Yate and Sodbury Sport

FROMESIDE gymnast Jaime Wall competed in the National Club Grade 7 finals held in Birmingham.

The 11-year-old was one of four gymnasts selected for the South West team from the qualification competition held in March. Wall competed excellent routines on floor and bars and performed two fantastic vaults.

A small error on beam proved to be a little costly in this competition against 51 of the best Great Britain have to offer.

Wall finished first on bars, second on vault, sixth on floor and ninth overall and was a key member in helping the South West team win the silver medal.

On the same day, 32 Fromeside gymnasts won 18 medals, in the Women’s Floor, Vault and Beam competition held at their Winterbourne base. There were 161 competitors from six different clubs across the South West.

The competition was split into three levels – A, B and C – with various age groups within these levels.

In level A for 2007/2006 born gymnasts, Millie Clarke achieved first floor, second beam and joint silver medal overall with Isabelle Walsh, who achieved second vault and third beam.

Nia Topologlu was second on floor and took bronze overall. Jasmine Shafi was third on floor, third on vault and fifth overall. Annie Walters and Maisie Meacham finished joint fourth on beam and sixth and seventh overall respectively, while Emily Smith finished 13th overall.

For those born in 2005, Phoebe Dyer achieved first on beam, third on vault for the silver medal overall and Grace Burney was third on floor and took the bronze medal overall.

In the 2004 born section, Holly Watts-Lynch was first on vault, third on floor and won the bronze medal overall. Ella Bradley was second on vault, third on beam and fourth overall and Megan Street came sixth overall.

For those born in 2003 born, Katie Alford achieved first on floor, vault, and beam for the gold medal overall. Emma Dogramadi was second on vault, third on beam and took the silver medal overall, while Millie Punton was first on beam, third on floor and fourth overall.

In the 2002 born group, Jasmine Hall was first on floor and vault, and third beam to take the gold medal overall, and Isabel Cannings was second on beam, third on vault and claimed the bronze medal overall.

In level B 2003 born section, Maddi Wilde achieved second vault, third floor and bronze medal overall and Hannah Lewis was second on beam and seventh overall.

For those born in 2002 born Megan Walsh was first on floor, third on beam and won bronze overall and Josie Barrington came sixth overall.

In the 2001 born category, Ailie Gamlin achieved second floor, vault and beam to win the gold medal overall. Lucy Durham was first on floor, and vault, and took the silver medal overall, while Aimee Skinner was third on floor and beam for the bronze medal overall.

For those born in 1999 or older, Josie Wheeler was first on floor and fourth overall.

In level C for 2002/2001 born gymnasts, Darcey Reynolds achieved first beam, second vault and took the silver medal overall. Alisha Walters was second on floor, third on beam and claimed bronze overall, while Ella Waring was seventh overall.

In the 2000/1999 born section, Sarah Godden finished first on vault and beam to win the gold medal overall. Rosa Bellamy was third on floor, vault, and beam to win the bronze medal overall while Megan Skinner was first on vault and sixth overall.

  • Three gymnasts from Fromeside competed in the South West Challenge Cup in Hartcliffe, Bristol. The competition was split into three age bands – Espoir for those born in 2001/2000, junior (1999/1998) and senior (1997 or before).

In the Espoir competition, 13-year-old Georgina Bisp produced a great clean competition to finish with a silver overall, only 0.02 behind the gold winner. She also achieved fifth on vault, third on bars and second on beam. Jaime Wall, 11, also had a good clean round, achieving fourth overall with first on beam and second on floor.

In the junior level, 14-year-old Lydia Hayden produced good clean routines to be awarded the silver overall, finishing fifth on beam, fourth on vault, and second on bars and floor.

For information on classes held at Fromeside, visit fromesidegymnasticsclub.co.uk

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