South Essex girls bring home eight medals from Serbia

SOUTH ESSEX’S rhythmic team went on a memorable trip to Serbia and came home with eight medals.

A group of 20 gymnasts and their coaches competed in the Trophy of Novi Sad in the city of Novi Sad between March 25-26.

Rebecca Bunce, SEGC’s assistant head of women’s artistic and rhythmic gymnastics, said: “We set off on Friday afternoon and arrived back Monday afternoon.

“This was the first international competition for 12 of our gymnasts and won many medals and had a wonderful time.”

Full results and photos from the trip are listed below.

B light category –
Born 2005: Emily Hardy – 6th, Isla Sewell-Moore – 9th

B category –
Born 2007: Rhiann Richardson – 3rd
Born 2006: Louise Imamzade – 10th
Born 2006: Francesca Foster – 9th
Born 2003: Connie Miller – 8th

A category –
Born 2005: Rachel Lattimer – Clu­bs 13th, Ball 8th, overall 18th
Born 2007: Isobel Connah – Ball 3rd, Free 21st, overall 21st
Born 2006: Josslyn Miller – Rope 3rd, Ball 7th, overall 16th
Born 2002/2003: Jade Woollard – Ribbon 2nd, clubs, overall 7th
Senior: Rebecca Wright – Ball 7th, clubs 11th, overall 12th

Group Senior –
Rebecca Wright, Keira Miller, Maiya Butler, Zoey Broadbent and Sophie Michalaki – 1st

Group Junior –
Connie Miller, Zoe Harrison, Drew Castle, Jade Woollard and Emily Hardy – 2nd

Group Pre-Junior –
Alicia Barnes, Katie Bardwell, Francesca Foster, Louisa Duff and Isla Sewell-Moore – 3rd

Group Children –
Josslyn Miller, Louise Imamzade, Rhiann Richardson and Isobel Connah – 3rd