PCYC bounces its way to another trampoline country championships

ANOTHER WIN: PCYC's gymnasts show off their swag of medals, which led to another overall trampoline country championship win. Photo: PCYC

ANOTHER WIN: PCYC's gymnasts show off their swag of medals, which led to another overall trampoline country championship win. Photo: PCYC

Orange PCYC’s stars came away from last week’s Gymnastics NSW Country Championships with a spring in their step, once again surrounding the trampoline with more excitement than when Homer Simpson found one for free in the Springfield classifieds.

After 2016’s breakthrough performance PCYC dominated on the trampoline again at Newcastle’s Hunter Sports Centre, bouncing its way to a second consecutive overall country championship gong.

The talented group claimed a plethora of individual wins and podium finishes in the trampoline and double mini tramp disciplines on its way to the title, doing well in the tumbling category too.

PCYC ended up with 15 individual first placings, James Parish and Mark Kemp accounting for six of those on their own – they won three events each.

The Orange gym earned another seven podium finishes along the way.

The Women’s Level 2 competition was where PCYC shone in a big way, claiming an all-Orange podium in the trampoline and double mini tramp too.

Jaydah Dixon won the former from Caitlyn Shields and Sienna Kirby, while Jocelyn Blair won the latter from Dixon and Shields.

Eva Keegan, Lola Rawsthorne and Zareah Coughlan all won their respective trampoline and double mini tramp events, Chloe Jaques sealed a first place too.

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