East Region success for the hot prospects of Huntingdon Gymnastics Club

The Huntingdon Gymnastics Club girls who won individual and team honours at the East Region Champion

The Huntingdon Gymnastics Club girls who won individual and team honours at the East Region Championships are, left to right, Tilly Allen, Megan Morris, Elizabeth McFarlane, Anna Jenkins and Teegan Barnes. - Credit: Archant

Huntingdon Gymnastic Club are toasting individual and team honours at the East Region Age Group Championships.

Isabella Fleming claimed overall victory in the Junior Level 2 category at the event in Ipswich last Sunday.

Fleming also picked up gold on bars, silver beam and floor, and bronze on vault during a competition to remember.

Clubmate Teegan Milligan finished fourth in the all-around standings in the same category and added to the Huntingdon medal collection by taking gold on floor and silver on vault and bars.

Leda Rehus enjoyed a medal double in the Level 4 bracket. She won silver on beam and bronze on bars while taking fifth spot overall. Lucy Patten was one place further back in the all-around standings.


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And there was also success for the Huntingdon team of Tilly Allen, Teegan Barnes, Anna Jenkins and Elizabeth MacFarlane in the East Region FIG Championships.

They all won medals individually while claiming silver overall behind the Norfolk Academy.

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Captain Allen took individual all-around gold as well as claiming top spot on beam, vault and bars, and grabbing silver on floor.

Barnes was third overall in the Challenge Junior category and collected three bronze medals along the way on individual apparatus.

Anna Jenkins picked up a silver medal in the same section while Elizabeth MacFarlane also a bagged a second place in the Espoir bracket.

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