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More gold medals for Havering gymnasts

PUBLISHED: 10:00 09 March 2017

Havering's Jaybee Gymnastics club celebrate their latest success

Havering's Jaybee Gymnastics club celebrate their latest success

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Youngsters combine for impressive haul

Havering’s Jaybee Gymnastics had a great weekend at the East Regionals in Luton as they won 28 medals.

The club entered 13 partnerships in total and 12 of those have qualified to represent the region and club in further competitions.

Ashley Appiagyei and Zana Robertson won gold and will be head to Stoke-on-Trent for the National Championships in May, where they will be joined by fellow gold medalists Grace Ewenson, Lilly Larkin, Daniel King, Samuel Bangs, Holly Cook, Bo Hannah Marsh, Ropafadzo Zata, Ethan Fairclough and Olivia Nimki.

The club has also successfully qualified for the inter-regional championships in Southampton in April, where Ava Winett, Jayla Huseyin, Ashley Appiagyei, Samuel Bangs, Daisy O’Flinn, Lily Mae Bannister, Olivia Nimki, Daniel King, Aimee-Louise Lush, Grace Ewenson, Ellie Judge, Lilly Larkin, Harriet Rider, Zanë Kacaniku and Freya Heales will be in action after winning gold, silver and bronze medals.

Stephanie Vasileva and Winnie Taylor also competed well in Luton, finishing in an impressive fourth place.

Maxine Ewenson said: “The coaches are extremely proud of all the gymnasts. They are a lovely group of children, always so supportive of each other and such hard workers.

“The children and coaches will continue training over the next three months to hopefully produce some impressive scores with their two largest teams yet!”

The club trains at Emerson Park Academy and more information is available by emailing jaybeegymnastics@hotmail.co.uk.


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