TRAMPOLINING: Chloe Harrison collects team and individual medals at National Development Plan event

PUBLISHED: 15:15 24 March 2017 | UPDATED: 15:15 24 March 2017

Chloe Harrison and Katie Marson of Rotations Trampolining Club.

Chloe Harrison and Katie Marson of Rotations Trampolining Club.


Chloe Harrison somersaulted her way to success as Rotations talents impressed at the National Development Plan regional semi-finals last weekend.

Harrison was victorious in the Level 4 13+yrs bracket while clubmate Katie Marson took second spot in the Level 7 17+yrs section.

Both of those excellent performances earned qualification for the national finals in Birmingham later in the year.

Rotations also captured a silver medal in the team event at Level 4 13+yrs thanks to the exploits of Harrison, Rebecca Alexander (6th), Becky Morris (18th) and Lucy Yeomans (21st).

Nine members of the Huntingdon-based club competed in the semi-finals in Cambridge in all - and every one of them hit their required qualifying scores.

Chloe Noades was sixth in the Level 1 11-12yrs contest with Emily Hart finishing 14th in the same section.

Phoebe King (8th) and Hollie Cooper-Leach (19th) both performed with credit in the Level 2 13+yrs section.

Rotations officials James Bettie, Emma Armitage, Thomas Verdicchio and Carys Verdicchio were thanked for assisting with the running of the competition.

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