South West gold medals for Alchemy duo

PUBLISHED: 10:31 04 July 2017 | UPDATED: 10:31 04 July 2017

Alchemy Trampolining Club.

Alchemy Trampolining Club.


Two girls from the Alchemy Trampoline & DMT Club won gold medals at the regional team finals in Birmingham.

Eleven members of Alchemy Trampoline & DMT Club competed in 13 age groups/disciplines at the regional team finals in Birmingham, as part of the South West squad.

Trampoline results - NDP 1 9-10: Maya Stone 14th, Evie Sharper 16th. NDP 2 11-12: Hannnah West joint 5th (qualified). NDP 3 11-12: Shannon Pletts 12th. NDP 3 13+: Rachel Mason 5th (qualified). NDP 4 11-12: Molly Pook 21st. NDP 5 13-14: Rebecca Elswood 12th. NDP 5 15+: Eleanor Bear 19th.

DMT results - NDP 1 11-12: Millie Filer 14th. NDP 1 13+: Chloe Tinker 5th (qualified). NDP 2 11-12: Shannon Pletts seventh (qualified). NDP 3 11-12: Lacey Sell gold (qualified). NDP 5 13-14: Rebecca Elswood gold (qualified).

Being selected to be part of the South West squad followed a season of qualification events at which the gymnasts were required to achieve a certain score and finishing position.

All 11 members from Alchemy produced amazing performances in Birmingham with six team members qualifying to the individual NDP finals due to take place this weekend, at Telford International Arena.

At this event they will compete as Alchemy Trampoline & DMT Club in their individual events and we wish them all the best of luck.

Competitors: Rachel Mason, trampoline (13+ girls) NDP3; Hannah West, trampoline (11-12 girls) NDP2; Chloe Tinker, DMT (13+ girls) NDP1; Shannon Pletts, DMT (11-12 girls) NDP2; Lacey Sell, DMT (11-12 girls) NDP3; Rebecca Elswood, DMT (13-14 girls) NDP5.

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