Hawth Teams Qualify for TeamGym British Championships

14th - 15th March 2015 - Bracknell GC

On Saturday 14th March we had gymnast from our developmental (Level 4) groups competing - many of them for the first time - they achieved fantastic results. Our Primary (aged 9 - 11) teams finished 4th (girls) and 6th (boys) in a large and very competitive group. Our Mixed Sex Youth (aged 10 - 14) teams finished in 2nd (0.1 away from the gold!) and 4th place. And our Junior Girls (ages 13 - 17) team finished in 3rd place.

On Sunday 15th March our highest level teams were making a bid to qualify for the National Finals in Liverpool in August, although there was a competition for medals going on on the day all the teams were really concerned about was making the qualifying score (38.00 for Youth and 40.00 for Junior).

The first team to secure a place in Liverpool were our Senior Men's team made up of long-term Hawth gymnasts aged 17 - 20,  some of whom are also now coaches with us. The guys put out come very big skills and got a great reaction from the audience. They finished 3rd the Southern competition and 4th in the whole country.


Our Youth Girls were first to compete. They qualified for the British Championships last year and finished 3rd at the finals but their preparation for this competition was plagued by injuries (two team members were watching from the stands in plaster casts!). They finished 8th in their group but managed to score 39.78 so have qualified for the finals and now have 4 months to rebuild and recover.

Our Youth Boys team were up next, the boys scored a personal best on floor (14.25) and performed faultlessly on tumble, unfortunately they had a few issues on trampette and vault leaving them with a final score of 37.35, just shy of the qualification score. As the boys missed out by such a small margin they are currently waiting to see if they will be invited to the finals and will know by the end of the week. The boys also placed second in the group and brought home a set of silver medals for the club.

Our Junior Boys team competed in the final round with tough competition from teams from London and Southampton, the boys were the highest scorers on floor and trampette but finished 2nd overall with a score of 37.05 - unfortunately missing out on qualification for the finals.

The stars of the day were our Junior Girls Team who smashed the qualification score (totaling 44.66) and also finished first in their group bringing home a set of gold medals and a trophy for the club. This score was the highest score by a junior girls team across all the qualification competitions in the country.  The girls will be joining the Youth Girls and (hopefully!) the youth boys at the finals in August as the favorites to win the title.

Hawth at The English Championships

13-15 March 2015, Loughborough

The score system was supplied by Gymdata.

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Under 12

Anton Adawale claimed the gold on rings (11.50) and came 11th overall with a score of 67.55. Cody Truman scored 61.20 and Adam Bennett scored 55.75.

Juniors (under 14 and Age 15)

Harry Harrod was 6th on rings (12.60) and scored 70.60 overall. Tom Killick scored 69.35 and Louis Gibson scored 64.45. Jamie Dejong also competed, but sadly injured himself during his floor routine so did not compete all pieces.

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Hawth Host Regional Championships

Sunday 1st March 2015

This was a busy day for Hawth; we hosted the annual Regional Men's Artistic Championships. There were over 70 entrants from across the south-east region competing here during the day.

It takes a lot of hard work to host an event like this in our gym. Hawth is extremely grateful to the parents for their help in setting up the gym on Saturday, during the day, and putting the gym back together at the end of the day. We simply could not hold this kind of event without your help.

We also trialed a new score system during the day, which was a great success. Do ask Kevin Payne about it if you are interested. 

Regional Under 8

There were 5 Hawth boys in this category. These boys have never appeared at an event like this before, and they did the club proud with their performance. Linus Carminger came 2nd with 36.65. Oliver Heath scored 33.15, Zachary Love 32.650, Alfie Byers 32.30 and Harry Howarth 30.70.

Regional Under 10

Makai made his first appearance for Hawth GC, and scored 40.75. James scored 40.50. (Only 4 scores counted in this event).

Regional Under 12

Ciaran came third with 42.85. (Only 4 scores counted in this event).

National Under 10

There were 3 Hawth boys in the Under 10 age group. Linus was third with 64.20. Reece was close behind with 63.95, and Frank close behind again with 61.05.

National Under 12

Anton came second with 70.30. Cody was third with 63.20. Adam was close behind with 60.60, Michael scored 60.40, and Jake scored 55.60.

National Under 14

Tom Killick was third with 69.15. Louis came 5th with 65.40. Karl scored 64.50 and Jamie 50.45 Harry Harrod did not compete on floor or vault, and scored 46.20.

National Under 16

Patrick came third overall in this category. He did not compete on high bar and scored 53.585. Archie did not compete on pommels or p-bar and scored 43.00.

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Hawth Compete in Glasgow

There were 7 Hawth boys competing at the British Championships in the Echo Arena, Glasgow.

Under 12

Michael Roach (61.55) and Louis Gibson represented Hawth GC in this category. Louis scored 65.60 overall and was 5th on parallel bars with a score of 12.80.

Under 14

Harry Harrod, Karl Hibberd (65.40), Tom Killick (66.10), Archie Baker (65.90) and Patrick Smith (66.45) competed in the Under 14 age group. Harry scored 69.500 overall, and was placed 8th on rings.

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Regional Championships (Team-gym)

Hawth hosted the annual South East and Open TeamGym Championships  on Saturday 22 November. 

A very big well done to everyone involved. The Hawth gymnasts were, as always, spectacular and came away with an array of medals.

The Hawth team behind the organisation of the event were amazing! Thank you to every single person who helped make the day a success.