GYMNASTICS: Medal spree for Gleed girls

Medal winners: Back (from left) ' Iona Alford, Georgia Ladbrook, Mollie Street, Nikita Hudz, Emma Hisee; Middle ' Cora-Lee Johnson, Lilly Holland, Mandana Mir Javadi, Teghan-Kae Mills, Codie Coyle, Zoe Gilliatt, Heather-Jane Worth, Megan Robinson-Green; Front ' Emma Delve, Amelia Wickes, Ellie-Mae Stokes and Molly Howitt.

Medal winners: Back (from left) ' Iona Alford, Georgia Ladbrook, Mollie Street, Nikita Hudz, Emma Hisee; Middle ' Cora-Lee Johnson, Lilly Holland, Mandana Mir Javadi, Teghan-Kae Mills, Codie Coyle, Zoe Gilliatt, Heather-Jane Worth, Megan Robinson-Green; Front ' Emma Delve, Amelia Wickes, Ellie-Mae Stokes and Molly Howitt.

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GLEED Girls’ Technology College had plenty to shout about after competing at the South Lincolnshire School Sports Partnerships Gymnastic Competition.

With 17 girls competing, the school managed two team titles, while a number of the students landed individual accolades.

The year 10/11 team of Nikita Hudz, Emma Hisee, Iona Alford and Georgia Ladbrook enjoyed great success, winning their category.

Hudz was also first in the vault, with Hisee second, while Ladbrook managed silver on the floor.

Mollie Street also entered as an individual and picked up a bronze in each category.

Also victorious were the year 8/9 ‘B’ team. They pipped the school’s ‘A’ team to gold, making it a Gleed one-two.

The victorious B team squad were made up of Mandana Mir Javadi, Zoe Gilliatt, Teghan-Kae Mills and Codie Coyle.

They bossed the floor, with Gilliatt bagging gold, Mills taking silver and Javadi picking up bronze.

In the vault, Coyle clinched gold while A team member Molly Howitt snared silver. Gilliatt rounded off a fine display by taking the bronze.

The rest of the ‘A’ team were Amelia Wickes, Emma Delve and Ellie-Mae Stokes. This was an excellent performance from a novice squad.

Also competing were the year seven team of Heather-Jane Worth, Cora-Lee Johnson, Lilly Holland and Megan Robinson-Green.

The girls did superbly well in their first gymnastic competition, with Johnson picking up a well-deserved bronze on the floor.

Coach Christine Ringrose said: “What a wonderful set of results, I would like to thank all of the gymnasts for their hard work and commitment, and also a big thank you to parents and carers for their continued support.”