OCRA Flyers had a good day at the Southern Zonal schools trampoline competition. Congratulations to Madison Vine, representing Launceston College, who came third in the year 7-9 intermediate grade and has qualified for the schools national final in Cannock, Birmingham.
Well done also to Owen Pitman, representing Queen Elizabeth’s College, for coming 8th in the elite grade for years 10-14, and Miya Porter, representing Okehampton College, for coming 8th in the year 7-9 intermediate grade.
This was the second round of the BSGA schools competitions. In the South West regional schools in Taunton, Owen Pitman came 2nd in the year 10-14 elite grade, with Madison Vine 2nd and Miya Porter 3rd in the year 7-9 intermediate grade to qualify for the second round. Harry Pitman came 5th in the year 7-9 intermediate boys, representing Queen Elizabeth’s College, with Bethan Honey 13th in the intermediate year 1-6 girls representing Bridestowe Primary School. Alice Smith and Tasmine Paterson came 15th and 16th in the novice girls year 7-8 grade, representing Queen Elizabeth’s College and Okehampton College respectively.
OCRA Flyers coach, Vicki Pritchard, said: “This was our first season competing in the schools series. Well done to all of the children who competed, and thank you very much to the schools for their support.’
For more information about the competitions or for other results, visit http://gymandtrampolineclub.ocrasport.org.uk/news-and-results/.