8hours + 14 tills + 32 gymnasts = £1561

On Saturday May 27th thirty-two of our gymnasts and their families spent an amazing day at Morrisons supermarket in Wetherby

… eight & a half hours

….fourteen tills

…. hundreds of happy customer’s bags packed

… and an unbelievable final total raised of £1561.


A wonderful team spirit prevailed and too many compliments to mention on our wonderfully behaved, polite and hard working girls.
Morrisons thought we did such a fantastic job they have invited us back again and agreed to display our giant banner outside the store. This is a reflection of the character and behaviour of our gymnasts.


An enormous thanks to all who took part and supported us on a sunny Bank Holiday weekend, including the helpful & welcoming staff of Morrisons and, of course, not forgetting a huge thanks to the incredibly generous folks of Wetherby.
We also created a lot of interest in the Club and are looking forward to welcoming a number of girls for taster sessions on the beginners class.
Top quotes from the day
“The girls were brilliant… I could have just burst with pride!” … Gymnast mum
“Your team has been exceptional” … Morrisons representative’

Grade 6 Yorkshire Championships

100% Distinction for Wetherby Girls!







Ellie 5th overall, 3rd on beam.                            Holly 13th overall, 2nd on vault.

Libby 7th overall, 5th on vault.                           Matilda 15th overall, 1st on vault.

Naomi 12th overall, 5th on floor.                       Emilia placed 18th overall.

Sophie 2nd overall, 1st on beam.                         Emily U 3rd overall, 1st on vault.

Angel 4th overall, 3rd on conditioning.              Charlotte 5th overall, 4th on bars.

Emily T 8th overall, 1st on bars.                           Evie – 11th overall, 4th on vault.










Many Thanks to Mrs Nobbs and Sharon Parrett for Judging.




Mum’s Bounce, tumble and slide for Wetherby Gymnastics

Five mum’s full of energy took part in the 5K inflatable assault course at Temple Newsom in May of this year.


Faced with 8 giant inflatables, these mum’s were not going to be beaten.

Climbing the 200 foot slide to the finish line and raising £140 for Wetherby Gymnastics.


What a fun filled way to support our club.

If you would like to join the fundraising team drop a line to wetherby.fundraising@gmail.com

Regional Grades 2 and 1 Yorkshire Championships 2016


Matilda worked hard to get back from both a foot fracture and knee injury to place 3rd on Vault, 2nd on Bars, 3rd on Conditioning and passed with Commendation.

Faith’s performance was cool and calm to place 1st on Bars, 1st on Beam and achieving the Silver medal overall passing with Distinction.

Isabelle took the competition by storm, placing 1st on virtually all apparatus and achieving the Gold medal overall passing with Distinction.

Melissa worked hard to prepare for the grade despite the stress of GCSE’s to place 1st on conditioning and passed with Commendation.

Louise had a tough time on beam but she didn’t let this stop her, placing 1st on Vault, 1st on Floor and achieving the silver medal overall. Passing with Commendation.

Lauren took on the challenge of this grade to place 1st on Bars and achieve the bronze medal overall. Passing with Commendation.

Ricky had a fabulous day having watched her sister perform without error the day before she just followed in the family style. Placing 1st on Bars, 1st on Beam and achieving the Gold medal overall. Passing with Commendation.

National Grades Yorkshire Championships 2016


National Grade 1

Ellie got the weekend started with an almost perfect landing on her piked tsukahara, fighting hard to perform her bar routine without a major error, calm and precise on beam and charming on floor.

Ellie achieved 2nd on Vault, 1st on Beam and the Bronze medal overall. Ellie qualified to represent Yorkshire in the National Grades final later this month.


National Grade 2

Lee wrestled with a few demons in preparation for this competition. The hard work and determination certainly paid off, performing cleanly with beautiful style to place 2nd on Bars, 2nd on Conditioning , achieving 5th place overall.



National Grade 3

Megan passed her grade and wowed the judges with her outstanding power on vault, placing 1st on this apparatus.

Rachel performed with precision to pass her national grade with the almost impossible rating of Distinction. Placing 3rd on vault and 7th overall. Excellent result Rachel.




Regional Grades 4 and 3 Yorkshire Championships 2016



Eleanor performed with tension and care to place 2nd on Bars, 2nd on Beam, and Gold medal overall. Passing with Distinction.

Ellie worked hard for the grade and placed 8th overall and passed with Commendation.

Harriet achieved top 6 rankings on virtually all apparatus to pass her regional grade 4 with Distinction.imageFleur placed 4th on Conditioning displaying her excellent flexibility and passed with Commendation.

Bailey demonstrated her ability to perform and think under pressure, strutting her way to 4th place on Floor and passing with Distinction.

Lily placed 5th on Bars with beautiful straight arms and passed with Commendation.



Level 7 Yorkshire Championships

A day full of smiles and gaining experience.

All Wetherby gymnasts were representing their club for the very first time.

Age 9 and 10

Emily Tucker was extremely nervous but showed determination on the beam fighting every shake and wobble to complete the routine without falling.

Emily Hartley performed with style throughout placing 3rd on bars, 4th on beam and placing 4th overall to receive a beautiful Yorkshire Ribbon.

Olivia Longley performed with confidence and consistency making no large errors on any apparatus. Well done.

Olivia Hostert showed her ability to fly. Performing a powerful straight handspring to place 4th on vault.


Age 7 and 8

All five girls performed with confidence and precision beyond their years.


5 gymnasts, 30 performances, ZERO MISTAKES.

Libby Cree placed 6th overall.

Libby Bailey placed 8th overall.

Sophie Goldsmith placed 13th overall.

Isobel Longley placed 4th on beam.

Ruby Hemingway placed 5th on floor.

Wetherby’s team was the youngest with four gymnasts age 7 and only one 8 year old. Through total consistency the girls achieved the bronze team medal.

It’s true what they say “together everyone achieves more”

Unfortunately due to a calculation error the girls were not presented with their bronze medal at the end of the event.

Level 4 Yorkshire Championships

The girls closed a long weekend with strong performances.

Sophie competed for Wetherby for the first time. Performing her acro series and tuck somi on beam without error. Achieving gold on floor and 4th overall.

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Melissa made an excellent return from injury placing 4th on beam and 8th overall.

Ricky competed at level 4 for the first time in Yorkshire. Performing much improved giants and consistently on all apparatus to place 4th overall.

Faith competed at level 4 for the first time. Performing a half twist on floor and winning a silver medal on bars.

F.I.G Yorkshire Championships

The gymnasts had a hard task ahead of them. Competing on the same code as the world championships despite being juniors and with a team member down due to injury, they managed to achieve a team medal.

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Lee landed her tsuki vault and was very consistent to place 4th overall

Olivia placed 3rd on bars and 5th overall

Megan performed a new floor routine and placed 5th on floor and vault.

Ellie placed 2nd on vault, 2nd on beam, 2nd on floor to come 2nd overall. Scoring higher than all the seniors.


Level 3 Yorkshire Championships

With a very early start to the competition and an injury to one of their team mates the girls had a tough challenge ahead of them. But in true Wetherby style they pulled together to achieve their targets.

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Holly performed her Mo on bars for the first time and stuck her beam once again.

Rachel has worked hard to prepare for this competition following her injury in the summer. She caught her Mo on bars and despite a nasty fall on beam finished confidently.

Louise also returning from injury, strutted her way through her floor routine and landed her Tsuki vault.

Emily performed a new floor routine with style and achieved gold on vault with her first pike Tsuki in competition.