SEGC’s Rhythmic section enjoyed lots of medal success at the Canterbury Cup in November.
The club had girls competing in group and individual, from Levels 1-5, at the friendly competition.
Danielle Paul, SEGC’s Acting Assistant Head of Rhythmic Gymnastics, said: “There were some fantastic routines from so many girls and medals won at every level. We were very proud of how all our gymnasts performed.”
Five groups from SEGC were also in action in Round Two of the Group League in Stoke in October.
The Robins finished fourth in the National Espoir League.
Danielle said: “This was a fantastic result and the girls showed huge improvements in their routines, scoring a very high personal best in their free routine.”
The Falcons were fifth in the National Junior League and performed a new hoop routine.
In the Elite Espoir League, the Sparrows were runners-up in a very strong section.
The Starlings represented SEGC in the Elite Junior League and finished sixth with two good, clean routines.
Finally, the Eagles were second in the Senior League after a tight-knit team performance.
Danielle added: “The groups all look strong as they prepare for the final round of the Group League in Stoke in November.
“Our gymnasts will have some good chances for overall podium places there and we wish them the best of luck.”