Four members of Banchory Trampoline and DMT club travelled to Exeter, on June 7, to compete for Scotland in the NDP Regional finals.
They joined 11 other competitors from across Scotland to make up a small but highly successful team of gymnasts.
The Banchory girls did themselves, their club and the country proud, as this event was their level British championships.
Gwynneth Tucker won Gold in the NDP 3 DMT 15/16 girls.
Charlotte Clarke won Silver in the NDP 6 DMT 13/14 girls.
Jovita Fawcett won Silver in the NDP 6 DMT 15/16 girls. Gill Harrison came 4th in a very large group of NDP 5 15/16 girls.
Kim Beattie, from Aberdeen Club Arrows, who trains in Banchory, won Gold in the NDP 6 15/16 girls.
Of the 15 Scottish competitors a total of seven gold and three silver medals were won. To top it all off, team Scotland took the silver medal place on the podium in the DMT team competition.
Banchory Trampoline Club would like to thank local companies and organisations, Bancon Homes, Xodus and Banchory Community Council who sponsored them with donations for the regional finals which will reduce the huge outgoings the families who attended this event faced.
The British National Development Plan final, which is the championships for the next level of competitors, was held over the weekend of July 5 and 6,.
Banchory had two finalists, both competing for the British title at Double mini trampolining.
Graham Ross won silver at NDP 8 15/16, a truly great result.
Coming out on top, in the Gold medal position at NDP 8 19 + was Craig Fyfe.
This is Craig’s first British title and the club are very proud of him and pleased that all his hard worked paid off.
Scotland had eight competitors over the weekend and six of them reached the finals, achieving two gold and four silver medals.
This really was a fantastic result for DMT in Scotland.
Banchory Trampoline Club is putting on an extensive summer programme of trampolining and all are welcome to attend. For further details e mail email@example.com.