Level three team Gemma Ray, coach Julie Wales, Sienna Taylor, Charli Mc Vey, Lily Van Der Walt and coach Lisa Owen.
Level three team Gemma Ray, coach Julie Wales, Sienna Taylor, Charli Mc Vey, Lily Van Der Walt and coach Lisa Owen. Contributed

Top performers

AFTER four days of competition, the So Fun Gymnastics team came out with gold, silver and bronze medals for their performances.

The team, make up of 30 boys and girls headed down to the Hunter Sports Stadium in Newcastle to compete at the NSW Country Championships.

Gymnasts from the Woolgoolga team competed in level 3-6 girls and level 2-4 boys.

The girls earned personal best scores with Tayla Foldes and Daisy Dusting smashing the vaults and making it over 9 out of a possible 10.

Sienna, Daisy and Lily received silver medals for their all round scores.

Level four team all received bronze medals for their overall scores.

Some girls over came illness and managed to put in a solid effort during their performance.

Lana Wirth had a great floor routine and Katie Ray pulled off a skilled routine on the bars which she hadn't mastered until the competition.

Next to compete was Cody Woodwell in level 2 boys who has only every competed in local competitions and came home with a bronze.

Level 6 gymnast Laila Cox competed floor, landing a mid 8 score and received a high 8 out of 10 for her Vault.

Level 3 boys came home with mixed results, all receiving bronzes and qualifying to attend the Junior State Championships in October in Sydney.

Cooper Grayson competed in the level 4 under-9 NSW country championships and came in first place overall.

Level 5 girls received their highest scores of the year.

Natalie Warden came in 14th overall out of 39 girls in her age division, Lucy Clem came 7th on vault and Maddison Mifsud came 12th on vault and 17th on bean.



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