GYMNASTICS: Grantham schools well represented at county championships

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Grantham schools were well represented at the Lincolnshire Schools Gymnastics Championships at the Priory Ruskin Academy on Sunday, winning three team titles and narrowly missing out on two others.

In the boys’ competitions, King’s School took the under-13 and under-16 team titles, with Priory Ruskin coming second in the under-13s. However, Priory Ruskin managed to win the under-16 mixed title.

Walton Girls just missed retaining their team title in the under-16 girls by 0.05 of a mark. It was extremely close but Spalding High just managed to pip them to the title. Walton also finished as runners-up in the under-13, again to Spalding High with a slightly wider margin of 0.55 points.

Individually, Walton’s Phoebe Collins produced one of the highest floor scores of the day with 9.35 to give her the overall Level One title in the under-13 age group, and Georgia Wright took the under-16 girls’ Level One title.

In the boys’ competitions, titles were divided between King’s and Priory Ruskin. Cameron Chow, Ryan Poole and Tom Wharmby (King’s) and Jack Gurney and Anthony Matthews (Priory Ruskin) took the five titles on offer, between them.

Below are the individual results of Grantham gymnasts who placed in the top three in their categories.

Results (top three): Under-13 girls’ Level One - 1 Phoebe Collins (Walton) 17.8; under-13 boys’ Level One - 1 Jack Gurney (PRA) 16.9, 2 Benji Garment (King’s) 16.55, 3 George Lodge (PRA) 16.4; under-13 boys’ Level Two - Cameron Chow (King’s) 17.65; under-16 girls’ Level One - 1 Georgia Wright (Walton) 17.2, 3= Jess Flindall (KGGS) 16.45, 3= Asia O’Sullivan (KGGS) 16.45; under-16 girls’ Level Two - 3= Imogen Gregory (Walton) 17.95; under-16 boys’ Level One - 1 Ryan Poole (King’s) 17.2, 2 Tiago Fernandez (PRA) 16.1, 3 Elliott Brown (King’s) 15.85; under-16 boys’ Level Two - 1 Anthony Matthews (PRA) 18.25, 2 Jacob Armstrong (King’s) 17.2; under-19 girls’ Level Two - 2 Melissa Moreton (KGGS) 16.8; under-19 boys’ Level One - 1 Tom Wharmby (King’s) 16.45.