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Long trip - worth the drive
Photocall picture with half the competitors at our
training venue in Brentwood School
"It's a long way to go but an important journey to make to test the competitor, and their family's, resolve since when they qualify to National competition the journeys become longer and involve overnight stays".
Paul was equally pleased with the results with 15 of Brentwood's competitors achieving the targets needed for qualification giving a 58% success rate against a competition average of just 34%. Of course, the club also gained a fair share of trophies with 12 individual podium places and 3 winning teams - full details of the individual success stories are on the clubs website at www.brentwoodtc.org/easton_16oct11.htm.
The next challenge for the club is to host its annual Open Competition at their training base in Brentwood School Sports Centre where they are expecting nearly 300 competitors to be chasing, among other awards, the Georgia Cordery Form trophies for under-13 and over-13 trampolinists. These trophies are awarded each year to those who display the highest quality skills, rather than difficulty, and are in memory of Georgia Cordery.
Southend/Basildon Echo article - published 1st November 2011 - p39
Brentwood Recorder article - published 28th October 2011 - back page
Brentwood Gazette article - published 26th October 2011 - p69