Easton Grading

Easton Grading 2009

Date: Sunday 11th October 2009 - Thursday 11th October 2012 at Easton

Entries close: TBC

Entry ages: 4 years +

Cambridge Cangaroos Trampoline Club attended the Regional Trampoline Competition on 11th October at Easton College. Originally, we had 12 entries for the day, but sickness and concerns over form meant that only 9 competed. But after a full day of events, Cangaroos emerged with two golds and 1 silver, plus three Personal Best’s.

The day started early for Grace Pike and Daniella Stevenson, competing in the Under 13 Females, Grade G. Grace produced her two best ever routines and in a field of over 30 competitors was placed 12 with a Personal Best score of 43.7, just 1.3 of qualification to the next grade. Daniella had trained really well during the week, but possibly peaked too early. We were hoping that she would qualify today, but in the end, she completed two solid routines and with a score of 43.4 she was placed 13th, just behind Grace. Unfortunately our team was unable to count, due to the late withdrawal of Trinity Kelly, due to illness.

We were hoping for good things from Matthew Burson, competing in the under 13 Male Grade G, and although he improved his form, due to travel on the trampoline, his scores were lower than hoped for. He still managed a credible score of 42.9 and was placed equal 4th. Hopefully, he will improve further by the next Grading to ensure qualification.

In the under 15 Grade G female, Becky Midgely performed her two best ever routines and came away with a Personal Best score of 44.1 and 5th place.

Over on Panel 1, our top performers in Grade D took to the trampolines. Max Fagelman and Katy-Beth McKenna. Max competing in the Over 15 male Grade D was placed 6th going into the zero based Final. Unfortunately he was unable to improve on his place after a steady but low scoring final performance, scoring 26.0. In the Under 15 Female, Grade D competition, Katy-Beth McKenna had a satisfactory performance in the first rounds but made a mistake that put her into the final in 6th place. However, in the finals all scores are zeroed and following a good final routine she scores 26.3 taking her into 5th place.

We had our best results in the Over 15 Grade F male, Harry Frostic and Cameron Fullerton both produced good routines, with Harry scoring 43.3 and Cameron scoring 40.9 to produce a gold medal for Harry and a silver medal for Cameron.

In the final competition, Naomi Waldock’s performance capped the day for both her and Cangaroos. Naomi produced two excellent routines, ending up with a personal best score of 48.1, which gave her 1st place by 1.4 marks and qualification to the E grade. Naomi has worked very hard for this, and hopefully she will go on to bigger and better things.

Head Coach, Tony Fagelman was chairing one of the Judges panels, so parents were drafted into management responsibility for the day. We want to thank them for their continued support of all the performers, not just of our own Cangaroos. Once again Cangaroos had a great day, as always we enhanced friendship and enjoyment of the sport and contributed to a great day in Norwich.

The next competition for Cangaroos will be our own closed championships to be held on 12th December. We hope all members will enter and make it a great day for all. The competition will be followed by the annual prize giving.


Name Set Vol Final Total Pos. View
E D T H Total E D T H Total E D T H Total
Over 15 boys Regional D
Max Fagelman20.90020.900024.50002671.46 view
Under 15 girls Regional F
Naomi Waldock22.90022.925.20025.2000048.11 Q view
Under 13 boys Regional G
Matthew Burson21.30021.321.60021.6000042.94 view
under 13 girls Regional G
Grace Pike21.20021.221.50021.5000043.712 view
Under 13 girls Regional G
Daniella Stephenson20.70020.722.70022.7000043.413 view
Under 15 girls Regional G
Becky Midgely22002222.10022.1000044.15 view

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