FENLAND: Flyers Trampolining Club celebrate after 2008 achievements recognised at awards party

FENLAND Flyers Trampolining Club celebrated its second birthday having grown even bigger supporting children to trampoline recreationally or competitively in the sport. The club also relocated to Marshland High School where the children can train up to t

FENLAND Flyers Trampolining Club celebrated its second birthday having grown even bigger supporting children to trampoline recreationally or competitively in the sport. The club also relocated to Marshland High School where the children can train up to three times a week.

This year the club has entered four regional competitions in which most of the children that entered from the club came in the top three in their age group.

To celebrate the children's achievements the club held a Christmas Party and awards ceremony.

Nine trophies were awarded and the winners were:

n Most improved recreational Boy, Joshua Smith

n Most improved recreational Girl, Hannah Drew

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n Most improved Boy, Simon Welbourn

n Most Improved Girl, Kayleigh Elmer

n Boys' Highest Form Score, Jack Hunt

n Girls' Highest Form Score, Emma Fountain

n Most Improved X10 1stBethan McCarthy

2ndAlex Scott

3rd Jasmine Hailes-Pope

n Perseverance Award, Emma Shearer

n Club Performer of the Year, Oliver Crowson

Head Coach Adele Broda said she wanted to thank all the parents for their support and encouragement " for without them the children would not be able to attend either training or competitions."

The club also singled out for praise Lisa Hennells, Mandy Boughen, Jean Fleet, Sally Elmer, Bekki-Jo Hailes, Jody McCarthy and Jerry Broda, who have given up their spare time to officiate at the competitions.

"Without them the children would not have been able to compete," said Adela. " I would also like to thank Jo Allen and Emily Chaplin for their assistance in coaching."

If anyone is interested in trampoline lessons, either recreationally or competitively, then please ring Adele on 07850 831825

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