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Pictures: West Street Gymnastics 


There was more success for Welsh acrobatic gymnasts from West Street who were among the medal winners at the Pat Wade Classic 2022 in Stoke-on-Trent over the weekend.

Jessica McNulty and Lowri Clarke began the year in style by grabbing gold in the Women’s Pair IDP 2 category at Fenton Manor.

The pair also won gold at the regional finals in that category at the same venue back in November.

This time they won with a total score of 47.096, posting 23.846 for their balance and 23.250 for their dynamic routine. Gemma Price and Lexi Coleman from Spirit Gymnastics Academy in Yeovil were second with a total of 41.306.

In the Women’s Pair IDP 1 category, Isabella Hall and Ella Mai Davies finished third overall; they scored 24.623 for their balance and 19.860 for their dynamic routine for a total score of 44.483. Amelia Slaney and Thais Alonso-Green from City of Lancaster (48.626) were first with Tasia Reeds and Millie Jenkin from Hampshire club Xcel Gymnastics (47.969) in second.

And in the Women’s Group IDP 2 category, Lily Thornhill, Alexia Pope and Aimee Griffiths finished second overall with a total score of 46.380.

Their balance score of 22.860 was the top score with their dynamic score of 23.520 enough for second behind Daisey Whitehouse, Jasmin Mason and Scarlett Harper from City of Lancaster – who also won gold overall with a total score of 47.000.

Meanwhile in the Senior Mixed Pairs Dylan Howells, from Risca, and Natasha Hutchinson, scored a total of 82.320 across their balance (27.130), dynamic (26.990) and combined (28.200) routines to bag first.

The pair, who both train out of the King Edmund club in Yate, enjoyed a memorable 2021, competing at the Worlds in Switzerland as well as the Europeans in Italy – winning bronze at the latter in the balance final.

Full Pat Wade Classic 2022 results are available HERE and on the BG Score App.