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School Sport: Redden Court jump for joy

PUBLISHED: 09:00 20 February 2015

Redden Court's year 10 girls impressed at the Havering Trampolining Championships

Redden Court's year 10 girls impressed at the Havering Trampolining Championships

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Trampolining squads impress at borough finals

Redden Court's year seven and eight pupils competed at the Havering Trampolining ChampionshipsRedden Court's year seven and eight pupils competed at the Havering Trampolining Championships

Redden Court pupils impressed at the Havering Trampolining Championships at Hall Mead.

A squad of 18 youngsters took part, with the year eight boys squad of Isaac Gee, AJ Jordan and Frankie Camden finishing top of their category.

The year 10 girls squad of Amy Pinkney, Katie Cremer, Emelia Kendrick and Emily Roofe finished third in their section after performing clean routines, with Cremer their outstanding performer.

Harry Button, Cameron Sheen, Ben Kendall and Oscar Brigden competed for the year 10 boys and PE teacher Jenny Canty said: “The standard of the competition was extremely high with lots of competitors performing high tariff moves, particularly in the boys’ category.

“All students performed well and represented the school impeccably.”

Other squads, year seven girls: Emily Piercy, Chloe Endean, Charlotte Wastell, Mia Peermamode; boys: Hassan Syed, William Dickson, Freddie Shepherd

Year eight girls: Amy Nash, Lily Jackaman, Alice Dickson, Angel Norris; year nine girls: Emily George, Lucy Stubbs, Tia-Leigh Reeve, Tia King.


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