Orbit Milton Keynes
Heathcote and Webb on the Rise, 2018
In two recent competitions Millie Heathcote and Olivia Webb have shown their class.
Competing in both the English Championships and the National League, Millie has fought hard for a place in the English, while Olivia has recorded a 10th and 12th place, which should propel her into the final last 16 which takes place in Sheffield in October.
In the first League Millie was 18th. while Olivia was 5th and in their synchronised partnership they were 7th.
More recently, last week end in Cardiff, both performers improved their positions to 12th and 4th respectively, and took a fine Bronze in their Synchronised event. Watch these spaces over the Summer, after which the competitions continue. We will all be working hard to make further improvements.
Other results in Cardiff are as follows;
In the 11-12 girls in her first attempt, Grace Blackmore put herself on the map by scoring a point in 24th. place.
Her successful sister, Charlotte, was unable to podium this time, but took a creditable 6th. place in the girls 15-16s.
Rachel Marsh was 21st in the girls 13-14s. carrying her training problems with her into the competition.
In the boys 13-14s Josh Watters took an improved 6th. place.
Milly Cole and Rebecca Dormer were 20th and 10th respectively, despite Milly having lead the field in 1st place after the first routines in the 15-16s.
Our other synchronised pair of Milly Cole and Emily RoxbeeCox in the senior girls, were 10th.
Our thanks to all officials, parents and helpers.