The eight-nine years team who finished second in the Far North Coast zone competition, from left, back, Karlie Hackfath, Chanel
The eight-nine years team who finished second in the Far North Coast zone competition, from left, back, Karlie Hackfath, Chanel

Outstanding physical culture results



JUNIOR members of the Coffs Harbour BJP Physical Culture Club competed with outstanding success at the Nar North Coast zone competition.

Congratulations go to Jorgie Hackfath, Kirra McGuigan, Casey Beattie, Nicola Sheargold, Sharna McGuigan, Eliza James, Erika Lindsay and Natalie Robson who were first in the year five-seven teams event.

Jorgie Hackfath, Karlie Hackfath, Eliza James, Chanel Stewart, Christy Hill, Meg Sinclair, Kiara Edwards and Roisin Moloney were second in the eight and nine year teams.

The 10 and 11 years and 12 and 13 years team competed against strong opposition and were highly commended for their teamwork by the judges.

The formations in the 12 and 13 years teams were particularly pleasing to the judges.

Congratulations go to team members Karlie Hackfath, Tayla Talbot, Brittany Warncken, Christy Hill, Chanel Stewart, Kiara Edwards, Yasmin Stewart, Kristy Bryant, Courtney Talbot, Chloe Terry, Beatrice Burton, Erin Demasi and Laura Robson.

There were also some excellent results in the girls individual championships.

First place went to Sharna McGuigan (six years), Tayla Talbot (11 years) and Beatrice Burton (12 years).

Second places went to Kirra McGuigan (six years), Jorgie Hackfath (seven years).

Fourth place: Nicola Sheargold (seven years), Eliza James (eight years), Karlie Hackfath (nine years) and Brittany Warncken (11 years).

Fifth place: Erika Lindsay (six years).

These girls have all qualified for the Australian titles at the State Sports Centre in November.

Finalists Casey Beattie, Kiara Edwards and Christie Hill have qualified for the national repechage and if placed will also contest the Australian titles.



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