This past weekend, our MAG boys (level 2 to 6), competed at the Go for 2&5 MAG Loftus Challenge. As they have made it a habit, they made us and themselves proud with some great routines and results to match.
Hi Team! We just wanted to share with you some photos and the amazing results from the 2017 Autumn State Championships. Hope you like the photos and feel as proud as we do of all these amazing accomplishments! TRP and TUM: Click here for the TRP and TUM Results. WAG: LEVEL 6 Grace – 5th bars Daisy […]
On the 30th of April (Sunday), we had our High Flyers 2017 Fundraising Competition for MAG, WAG, TRP and TUM. It was an amazing competition filled with smiles, brilliant passes and spectacular routines.
Once again we come with good tidings from this past weekend. Our MAG, WAG, TRP and TUM boys and girls gave their best trying to get qualified for State and National Championships. You made yourselves and the Club proud! Here are some photos of the events: WAG: coming soon! TRP and TUM: MAG: … coming soon! Here […]
What a huge weekend of competition our MAG, WAG, TRP and TUM squads had, trying to get qualified for State and National Championships. They all did really well and there are results and podium placings to prove it! Here are some photos of the events: WAG: TRP and TUM: MAG: Follow these links for all the […]
This past Saturday (11th of March) Gymnastics Wester Australia held their 2017 Awards Night – Masquerade Ball. It was an awesome night with loads of Nominees and Awards going towards the Club, our Gymnasts, Coaches and Volunteers.
On the weekend of the 11th and 12th of March, our Trampoline and Tumbling Squads competed on the TRP TC Qualification Competition #1, trying to get a qualifying score to move on to State and National Championships.
This past weekend our MAG, Trampoline and Tumbling squads competed on week 1 of the Go for 2&5 GWA Spring State Championships. It was a really good competition weekend with some great routines and well-deserved results. We even saw an awesome floor routine by coach Kazutaka Maejima, showing the kids how it’s done.