TRAMPOLINING: Fenland Flyers talents are jumping for joy after major competition medals

PUBLISHED: 14:20 04 October 2017 | UPDATED: 14:21 04 October 2017

Fenland Flyers youngsters who impressed in their first major competition.

Fenland Flyers youngsters who impressed in their first major competition.

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Fenland Flyers enjoyed a fabulous first major competition.

The club took 17 young talents to a North-West-East Midlands (NWEM) event in Nottingham and were rewarded with some fine results.

There was team and individual success in the Under 11 Mixed category as Kate Pattingale took top spot following two fine routines. Gracie-Jane Lloyd also finished third to help the club to victory.

Georgina Osleton impressed when second in the Under 9 Girls section, while Lily College produced two confident routines to earn third in the Over 13 bracket.

Further information about Fenland Flyers is available from Adele on 07850 831825 or fenlandflyers@hotmail.co.uk

Fenland Flyers results

Under 9 Girls: Georgina Osleton 2nd, Keira Fines 9th, Harriet Oselton 10th, Anya Holc-Campbell 11th, Michaela Gladwin 12th, Jessica Tucker 14th, Emma Morgan 16th, Keira Broda-Kaye 17th. Team A 3rdt, Team B 4th.

Under 11 Mixed: Kate Pattingale 1st, Gracie-Jane Lloyd 3rd, Charlie Colledge 4th, Holly Pepper 9th, Lillie Bardsley 10th, Hannah Grant 17th, Team 1st.

Over 11 Girls: Chloe Tester 7th, Lily Dickman 10th.

Over 13 Girls: Lily Colledge 3rd.

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