GYMNASTICS: Abingdon's silver stars turn in perfect display

7:00am Saturday 12th July 2014

Abingdon GC’s girls team performed without error as they took a superb silver medal at the Southern Region Team Championships in Milton Keynes.

The club’s team of ten competitors were split into A and B teams, who came home in second and eighth places respectively.

For the A team, the star was Lili-Mae Snuggs, who won gold on vault, bars and floor, plus a bronze on the beam.

There were further golds from Lucy Prower in the vault and Lexie-Mae Neal on the floor.

Kiera-Lily Rumley took silver on the bars, while Kara Jones was the other member of the team.

Representing Abingdon’s B team were Isabelle Larman, Hollie Kerby, Abi France, Alice France and Kaijah Ma.

In addition to the medals, all the Abingdon girls received exhibition ribbons for tidy routines.

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