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Medals galore for Stevenage acrobats

Monday, June 11, 2012
12:49 PM

Sports club hosts friendly competition

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Stevenage Sports Acrobatics Club hosted their annual friendly competition and won medals galore.

Novice pairs (eight and under): Jenny Simpson and Lucy Brockwell, bronze; Annie Johnson and Chloe Lavelle, silver; Bryony Morrell and Sophie Coxall, gold.

Novice pairs (nine and over): Chloe Moriarty and Emily Albone, silver.

Prep A pairs: Abbie Collins and Mia Cordery, silver; Prep A mixed pairs: Aindriu Captain and Alex Ward, gold.

Prep B pairs: Madison Reed and Olivia Lindsay, bronze; Lucy Tuttle and Jasmine Cooper, silver; Gemma Randall and Morgan-Grace Pugh, gold.

Grade One pairs: Mabel Barling and Molly Winter, bronze; Bessie and Lily Holloway, silver; Bethany Vaughan and Jenna Edwards, gold.

Grade One trio: Lucy Tuttle, Bessie Holloway and Jessica Southey, bronze; Megan Wallace, Holly Wiedman and Molly Winter, silver; Sophie Welham, Annalisa Girgenti and Shayle Charlton, gold.

Grade Two pairs: Daniela Girgenti and Megan Richardson, bronze; Jenna Grieves and Shayle Charlton, silver; Gabby Orlandi and Nyree Barnes, gold.

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