Roses smell sweet for Arabian girls
Arabian Gymnastics were in excellent form at The International Roses sponsored by 'The Engineering Quest' as it was held in Milton Keynes.
A total of 300 gymnasts competing from 13 clubs all over the country went head-to-head on the trampette, tumbling acrobatics, bars, vault and the difficult balance beam.
The event is a massive attraction to clubs with many asking for an invitation and this year the club even had a high level gymnastic judge attend to mark the routines.
Arabian had 41 gymnasts attend this event and but only three girls missed out on a medal and head coach Alan Armitage was really pleased with the results of the gymnasts in every level.
The youngest two entered were just four-years-old and the were Verity Fraser-Reynolds and Honor Crockett with two and three golds respectively.
Also Winning three golds were Mya Nurton, Poppy Gibbs, Ellie Hewitt.
Winning two golds were: Shannon McCarthy, Loucie White, Katie Lanigan, Kasey Tuck, Cara Mason, Alysha Howton, Naomi Fedoriw, Anna Coaton.
Other gold medal winning gymnasts: Lauren Crockett, Asami Gynn, Isabelle Cordery, Eve Bailey, Emilia Agafonova, Kyla Howton, Madeline James-Bowen.