We are still enjoying the results of the Nationals. Our boys brought home a total of 19 medals and made us so very proud!
On Saturday, November 17th, six gymnasts traveled to Limerick to compete in the National Men’s artistic Gymnastics Grades. Level zero was introduced for the first this year to allow under age boys to compete. It was a big day for Oran McDaid, Daniel McGrath and Paddy Cunningham. It was their first exposure to competition at a national level and the boys did themselves and their club very proud, bringing home the bronze medal. Daniel was also presented with the bronze medal for his vault. Well done boys!
At level 2 (under 10’s), Nicholas Lynch, Mikey Hynes and Galius Babonas, also had success and earned themselves the team silver medal. Nicholas Lynch took first place on rings and bronze on floor. Mikey Hynes also did an excellent job earning a silver on pommel and a bronze on rings, while Galius through sheer hard work and dedication earned himself silver medals on floor, parallel bars and vault, a bronze on pommel horse and an amazing overall 4th place.
At level 3, the three gymnasts representing Renmore Gymnastics Club were Jack Lynott, Ronan Zaletel & Keelan Coffey. This was a very tough level and the boys did very well to come away with a team bronze. Jack was the team highest scorer overall, finishing in fifth place, while Ronan received the bronze medal on pommel horse.
All their coaches would like to congratulate all the boys and the Renmore Gymnastics Club is extremely proud of them all. What a fab result!
And below some pictures of the big day!
MAG Team Level 0 – 3rd place. Well done, Paddy Cunningham, Daniel McGrath & Oran McDaid!
MAG Team Level 2 – 2nd place. Congrats, Mikey Hynes, Galius Babonas & Nicholas Lynch!
MAG Team Level 3 – 3rd place. Great job, Jack Lynott, Ronan Zaletel & Keelan Coffey!
A massive congrats to all the boys and their fabulous coaches, Jill McCullough, Eoin Shimizu and Roisin Coillins. And also a big thanks to all the parents who support our gym through out the year. We could not have done without you!
INDIVIDUAL APPARATUS RESULTS MAG