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Tavistock Area Schools Cross Country Series 2019

The first cross country event of the 2019 Tavistock Primary Schools series took place in the Meadows on a mild Tuesday afternoon in February.

Year 3/4 girls started the series with Lamorna Cox of St Andrew’s leading the others home. Nell Maguire of Whitchurch was 2nd followed by Hazel Stead of St Peter’s and Florence Riggott and Tamzin Jarman both of Whitchurch. JJ Lake of TAC was the ‘hare’ for these girls. Continue reading Tavistock Area Schools Cross Country Series 2019

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Movement & Dance day at Okehampton College

Okehampton Area Primary Schools Year 3 Movement & Dance day at Okehampton College

Tuesday 5th February saw 225 year 3 children from Okehampton, Lewtrenchard, Boasley Cross, South Tawton, Exbourne, Hatherleigh, North Tawton, Bridestowe, Highampton and Chagford taking part in the annual Movement & Dance day at Okehampton College.

OCRA Gymnastics coach, Vicki Pritchard, aided by Okehampton college young sports leaders, had the children learning new skills on the double mini trampoline, Ellodie Stott, dance instructor taught some rock n roll moves and Sue Yelland, OCRA stalwart, provided some agility and co-ordination stations, run by the young sports leaders.

A great day was had by all.

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FANS funding for Flyers – January 2019

Image: Flyers at the Barclaycard Arena
Owen Pitman, Madison Vine and Imogen Spooncer – Trampolining – January 2019

Representing the Flyers Gym, Trampoline and DMT Club, Owen, Madison and Imogen qualified to represent the South West at the trampoline, double mini trampoline (DMT) and tumbling team finals at the Arena Birmingham in 2018.

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Flyers’ High Five at Griffin Competition

Image: OCRA Flyers at Griffin, StreetFlyers Gym, Trampoline & DMT team have won five medals at the Griffin trampoline competition in Street, Somerset.

Most of OCRA’s gymnasts were competing one or two grades higher than last season, with some competing for the first time. For this competition, gymnasts were required to perform one compulsory routine and one voluntary routine, for which they could perform higher difficulty skills. The scores from the two routines were added together to form the total mark. Continue reading Flyers’ High Five at Griffin Competition