Woman’s Nationals 2015

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After a total roller coaster of a weekend we are delighted to say there were some great results achieved, gymnasts you can be proud of yourselves, we are very proud of you all!!

National Team Silver for 2015!!!

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All Around

Minor Bronze – Emma Slevin

Junior Champion – Emmmeline Anghileri

Junior Bronze  – Sarah Hynes

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Followed by a busy day of apparatus finals!

VAULT

Minor Silver – Emma Slevin

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BARS

Minor Bronze – Aisling Fuller

Junior Champion – Sarah Hynes

Junior Bronze – Amy O’neill

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FLOOR

Minor Silver – Aisling Fuller

Minor Bronze – Emma Slevin

Junior Champion – Emmeline Anghileri

Junior Silver – Sarah Hynes

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BEAM

Junior Champion – Emmeline Anghileri

Junior Bronze – Emer Shimizu

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Big thanks to our super team of coaches who dedicated themselves diligently to achieve those results: Sally Batley, Elaine Ryan, Sadhbh Sheahan, Ariel Edesess, Dale Moylan and Carla Gale-Parks.

Also big thank you to some of our coaches who were working hard as judges this weekend, including, Ceire Higgins, Dale Moylan and Sadhbh Sheahan.

Super work team! Well done!!!

Irish Gymnastics Teams take the bronze medal position at Celtic Cup 2015!!

Gymnasts: Kate Molloy, Emma Slevin, Sarah Hynes, Emer Shimizu, Aishling Fuller and Jane Heffernan. Coaches: Sally Batley and Elaine Ryan
Gymnasts: Kate Molloy, Emma Slevin, Sarah Hynes, Emer Shimizu, Aishling Fuller and Jane Heffernan.
Coaches: Sally Batley and Elaine Ryan
Over the weekend of April 25th 24 Irish gymnasts traveled to Wales to take part in a great battle between the Celtic nations – Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man and Northern Ireland in the prestigious gymnastics event – ‘Celtic Cup’.
The 24 strong team, comprises of 12 girls and 12 boys of both Minor and Junior age, proudly 50% of the entire female gymnasts representing the Team Ireland were local Galway gymnasts. Selected for the Irish Minors were Kate Molloy, Aisling Fuller, Jane Heffernan and Emma Slevin who joined Dublin’s Jenny McGrane and Cork’s Meg Ryan to make the final team selection. These 6 gymnasts competed fantastically with PB’s across the board on various events successfully returning home with the bronze medal behind the leaders Wales, and in second place – Scotland. This years Minors squad exceeded all previous Irish teams improving the overall team score by a massive 12 marks!! An exciting future ahead awaits these gymnasts to say to least!!
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On the juniors Team was Galway girl’s Sarah Hynes and Emer Shimizu joining Belfast international gymnast Casey Bell, Dublin’s Taylor Coyle, Mayo gymnast Li LIng Martin and stepping in at the last moment due to a withdrawal was Niamh Hutchinson from Dublin. Another very exciting competition to watch as Team Ireland put Scotland under some serious pressure during the last 2 rotations, however on this occasion despite some truly outstanding performances it was the bronze medal that the Juniors also proudly returned to Ireland wearing. The Irish Juniors also making significant progress for the Nation increasing this years team score by over 9 full marks.
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Super weekend gymnasts, great result and good luck in the upcoming International Flanders Team Challenge which all of these Galway gymnasts will compete within once again representing Team Ireland over the weekend of May 31st – in Ghent, Belgium.
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WOMEN’S NATIONAL LEVEL 6-9 & 6-9 PLUS FINALS

Sunday 19th April – levels 6-9 & plus Levels Regional and National Competition

Seven Renmore Gymnasts traveled to Limerick on Sunday 19th of April to participate in this exciting newly formatted National event. What an exciting day for all, each and everyone to return with both Regional and National titles whilst demonstrating beautiful gymnastics and that hard work most definitely pay off! The 7 gymnasts returned with 14 podium medal positions and an overall title won by Renmore’s Miriam Fuller in recognition for the highest Range and Conditioning Score of the day.
Full results:
Level 6+ Under 11
Regional & National All Around Champion – Miriam Fuller
Level 7+ Under 13
Regional & National All Around Champion – Jane Heffernan
Regional & National Silver Medialist – Kate Molloy
Regional & National bronze Medalist – Daniela Goluba
Level 8 Over 13
Regional & National All Around Champion – Siofra Molloy
Regional Silver medalist & National bronze medalist – Rosalie Hynes
Level 9 Over 13
Regional & National All Around Champion – Erin Shimizu
National Plaque Award for Range & Conditioning – Miriam Fuller
Well done to all involved and many thanks to all our club’s coaches, judges and parent volunteers for their assistance over the day. And to the gymnasts…. we are very proud of you all!

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BIG CONGRATS TO OUR SUPER TUMBLING TEAM!

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Congratulations to the tumbling team who competed at their first competition of the season on Saturday!
For our development Tumbling Squad this was their first ever competition and they really did us all proud!
Cillian O’Donovan won the gold in the Regional 1 8-10yrs category, Cillian Kelly won the silver in the Regional 2 8-10yrs category and Cliona mc Laughlin won the bronze in the Regional 2, 11-12yrs category, all groups with massive competition from all over the country!
The more advanced Tumbling Squad had some superb performances, with all of our tumblers winning either the gold or silver medals!
Here starts a busy season for our fantastic tumbling team!!

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WAG and MAG Finals – Incredible Results RGC!!

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FANTASTIC SEASON END AT NATIONALS FOR RENMORE GYMNASTICS WINNING 100 NATIONAL MEDALS!!!
Over May 18th and 19th a total of eighty-five Renmore gymnasts traveled to Limerick University to participate in a full weekend of competitions across both women’s and men’s artistic gymnastics and Tumbling National Finals. The results from this Multi-discipline National event were impressive to say the least with Galwegian gymnasts returning home with a total of one hundred medals from podium placings. Including forty-one new 2013 National champions, thirty-three silver medal placings and twenty-six bronze medal placings across both individual apparatus, team results, MAG all around and Tumbling results. The West region’s Renmore gymnasts were awarded medals in every WAG category from levels 2-10 & FIG. Finally in addition to the medal spots the 2013 National Tumbling Cup was won by Renmore’s Sarah Hynes who was crowned the 2013 women’s Tumbling champion.
Renmore Gymnastics’ competitive programme is one which all it’s coaches are very passionate and proud of. The gymnasts work extremely hard day in day out and results like these really help to reward the members and maintain their focus, determination and work ethic which is truly the key to all successful results.
Women’s Artistic (WAG) results: 
This is the first year that gymnasts competing in Women’s artistic gymnastics have won medals and National titles from all Level’s 2-10 inclusive. Competing and powering their way as National champions on Vault include: Level 2 – Isobel Haugh, Level 3 – Kate Kidd, Level 4 – Grace Haugh & Nicola Lawless and Level 8 – Aisling Fuller. Swinging their way to victory include our new National Bar champions: Level 7 – Sarah Hynes & Jane Heffernan, Level 9 – Nicole Shaw and Level 10 – Erin Shimizu. In addition to the Vault and Bar results confidently competing Beam with grace and elegance securing further National titles include: Level 4 Anna Kidd, Level 7 – Daniela Goluba, Sarah Hynes, Rosalie Hynes, Level 8 – Emer Shimizu, Level 9 – Nicole Shaw and Level 10 – Erin Shimizu. And finally, dancing beautifully to be crowned National Floor champions include: Level 4 – Miriam Fuller, Level 7 – Sarah Hynes and Level 10 – Erin Shimizu. In total seventy-six medals were won by the WAG gymnasts, fantastic result girls! Full WAG results are as followed:
Level 2
Isobel Haugh – Vault gold
Brianna Pfeiffer – Vault silver
Team silver:
Rachel kavanagh
Brianna Pfeiffer
Team bronze
Hazel Kirby
Hannah-Kate Silke
Level 3
Kate Kidd – Vault gold, Bars silver, Floor – bronze
Emma Moore – Vault silver, Floor – silver
Team Gold
Emma Moore
Kate Kidd
Team Silver
Anglika Kolodziej
Level 4
Miriam Fuller – Floor gold
Grace Haugh – Vault gold, Floor silver
Anna Kidd – Beam gold, Floor silver.
Nicola Lawless – Vault bronze
Team Gold
Natasha Johnson
Anna Kidd
Nicola Lawless
Team Silver
Siochain Fahy
Grace Haugh
Level 5
Maya Banerjee – Beam bronze
Helen McCarthy – Beam bronze
Siofra Molloy – Beam silver
Team Bronze
Maya Banerjee
Team Silver
Helen McCarthy
Siofra Molloy
Level 6
Emma Slevin – Vault bronze, Bars bronze, Floor silver
Eimear Flanagan – Beam silver
Team Silver
Emma Slevin
Team bronze
Eimear Flanagan
Level 7
Sarah Hynes – Bars, Beam  & Floor – gold
Daniela Goluba – Beam gold, Floor silver
Jane Heffernan – Bars gold, Floor bronze
Rosalie Hynes – Bars bronze, Beam gold, Floor silver
Team Silver
Sarah Hynes
Team Gold
Kate Molloy
Jane Heffernan
Daniela Goluba
Team Gold
Rosalie Hynes
Maeve Hannon
Level 8
Aisling Fuller – Vault Gold, Bars Silver, Beam Silver, Floor Silver
Alex-Marie McDonagh – Bars Bronze, Beam Bronze, Floor Bronze
Emer Shimizu – Vault Silver, Beam Gold
Level 9
Roisin Curran – Bars bronze, Beam bronze, Floor bronze
Nicole Shaw – Vault silver, Bars gold, Beam gold
Level 10
Erin Shimizu – Vault silver, Bars gold, Beam gold, Floor gold.
FIG Minors
Ellen Hynes – Vault silver, Bars silver, Beam silver, Floor bronze
MEN’S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS (MAG) RESULTS:
Renmore gymnastics sent 21 young MAG gymnasts to compete at the National Championships from levels 2-5, FIG minors and the New Intermediate club grade 1. The entire boys squad showed such fantastic progress and is growing from strength to strength! The boys are now returning from competitions consistently bringing back medals and showing that the Renmore Boy’s competition squad holds much talent and promise for the future. Well done to all!!! Medal results are as follows:
MAG Development Level 2
Eoin Kelly – Individual Bronze
Dara Mulhall – Individual Bronze
MAG Development Level 4
Oisin Shimizu – Individual gold

National Tumbling Finals at UL – Truly Impressive Results RGC!!

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Tumbling Results

Last weekend twenty-seven tumblers from Renmore Gymnastics took part in the National Tumbling Finals in Universirty of Limerick and came home with twenty-one medals and a trophy, consisting of twelve gold, four silver, five bronze and the overall national female champion title.

In the Level 1, 8,9,10 girls category, Síofra Davis won silver followed closely by her team mate Grace Haugh in bronze, and in the boys, Tom Kidd took the gold. In the girls elite 8,9,10 category, Renmore took the three podium spots with Emma Slevin in 1st, Kate Molloy in 2nd and Jane Heffernan in 3rd and elite boys, Éanna ó hEannaigh took the gold.
In Level 1, 13+ Rosalie Hynes toom a well deserved gold medal in a very tough competition.

In Level 2, 11-12 girls category, Alex-Marie McDonagh performed beautifully to take gold medal position with her team mate Aisling Connaughton taking bronze!

The rest of Renmore’s competitors competed in the elite stream. In Elite Boys 11-12, Hugo Kinehan who travels an hour and a half each direction from Cratloe, Co.Clare to train took gold after a great performance and his team mate Carrigh Murphy fought through illness to secure the bronze for himself.

Elite girls 11-12 again took a clean sweep with Sarah Hynes and Grace Colleran (who also travels all the way from Co.Clare to train) took a joint gold and after watching these girls compete it would be near impossible to seperate the two fantastic performances!! Maya Banarjee then took the remaining bronze after performing more difficult passes than her team mates which were of a very high standard for her age!

Elite boys 13-14, Darragh Moane of Raheen, Co.Limerick who also travels long distance to train under his Renmore coach took gold and maintains his unbeaten record at Nationals from the age of 8. Patrick Flanagan took the silver after an outstanding performance. Elite girls 13-14, Nicole Shaw and Emer Shimizu took gold and silver respectively after fabulous tumble passes!!

Elite boys 15-15 Dean Murray took gold and in the 15-16 girls Emma Greene took gold. Both these tumblers are training towards international competitions over the next few months and did fantastic competing very difficult tumble passes of very high standard.

Some of our tumblers were unlucky not to medal and were in very tough categories with big competition but still performed excently and all competed new, more difficult tumble passes than their last competition. These were Síofra Molloy, Anna Kidd, Aoife Walsh, Nicola Lawless, Eimear Flanagan, and Kim-Li Loke.

Finally the judges announced the finalists which consisted of the top six girls and top six boys between all levels and all age-groups of the day who would go head to head in the final with one shot to win the overall title of National Tumbling Champion of Ireland!
Renmore took ten of the available twelve spots in the finals and whilst the boys were beaten by a strong and experienced 17+ boy from the south, the girls held strong and after a tough battle with everybody giving their very best, Renmore’s Sarah Hynes took the title of Female National Tumbling Champion!! This was a massive achievement and a first for the club!! The rest of the finalists did fantastic but throughout the day every Renmore tumbler shone, looking strong and happy on the tumble track!!

Hard work and persistance pays off!! Well Done Renmore Tumblers!!

Celtic Cup Results and Photos!

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Renmore Gymnastics made history this month when four of its members were selected for International competition to represent Ireland at the 2013 Celtic Cup Championships in The Isle of Man on the 11th of May.

All selected gymnasts represented Ireland in the Minors Category across both the women’s and men’s teams. The Irish WAG Minors competed with great focus and determination resulting in some of the strongest Irish women’s artistic performances to date for this event. PBs were achieved for many of the girls across all apparatus and despite their young age the team looked strong and showed much future promise. Renmore Gymnastic’s Ellen Hynes and Old Bawn’s Shauna Kelly returned this year to the team bringing both experience and determination. Joining them on the Irish team for excellent debut performances were Sugarloaf’s Niamh Hutchinson, and Renmore gymnasts Emmeline Anghileri and Amy O’Neill. All team members competed very well, Emmeline placed 5th overall also achieving the second highest floor score of the competition and collectively the team counted just one fall throughout the competition. In the Men’s event Renmore Gymnastics’ Patrick Flanagan had a fantastic debut into International competition, hitting PB’s on the parallel bars, rings and floor exercise.
Last year Renmore Gymastics qualified their first gymnast into this event and to return this year with four members was a very proud moment for the club and evidence that their sporting strategic plans for developing both a high performance programme and athletes to match is having huge success. Well done to all and keep up the good work!!!

Regional 2-8 teams and apparatus qaulifier results

Well done to the 49 gymnasts that traveled up to Mayo on Sunday 21st April to compete in the regional 2-8 teams and apparatus qualifier.

Many gymnasts were competing new routines or skills and the competition was a great start in gaining some valuable experience. We are very proud of all our RGC gymnasts, it was a sucessful event and many teams and individuals returned to Galway triumphant with both podium spots and qualification into the National Finals that will be running in Limerick over the weekend of Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May.
Results are listed below, congratulations to all who took part.

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Level 2 
Under 9 – Team GOLD
Isobel Haugh
Ruth Mahon
Olivia Cannon
Holly Clerkin
Beatrice Devitt
Apparatus awards and National finalists 
Isobel – Vault – Gold / Bars – Silver / Beam – Silver
Ruth –  Vault – Silver / Bars – Bronze / Beam – Gold
Under 11 – Team SILVER
Sophie Walsh
Teagan Stanley
Mia Fox
Ellen Glynn
Rachel Kavanagh
Brianna Pfeiffer
Kate Skelly
Apparatus awards and National finalists
Brianna Pfeiffer – Vault – Silver
Rachel Kavanagh – Vault – Bronze
Over 11 – Team GOLD
Roisin Delaney
Sarah Phelan
Hannah-Kate Silke
Hazel Kirby
Orna Hennessy
Apparatus awards and National finalists
Hannah-Kate Silke – Vault – Bronze / Bars – Bronze / Floor – Silver
Hazel Kirby – Floor – Bronze
Level 3
Under 9 – Apparatus awards and National finalists 
Emma Moore – Vault / Bars / Beam / Floor
Kate Kidd –  Vault – Gold / Bars – Silver / Beam – Silver / Floor – Silver
Under 11 – Team GOLD
Katie Phelan
Elizabeth Heskin
Carrie Joyce
Apparatus awards and National finalists
Carrie Joyce – Vault – Gold / Bars – Bronze / Beam – Gold
Over 11 – Team SILVER
Megan Griffin
Ciara Mulgannon
Angelika Kolodziej
Apparatus awards and National finalists 
Angelika Kolodziej – Beam – Bronze / Floor – Gold
Level 4
Under 9 – Team – GOLD – Apparatus awards and National finalists 
Miriam Fuller – Vault – Gold / Bars – Gold / Beam – Gold / Floor – Gold
Siofra Davis – Vault – Silver / Bars – Silver / Beam – Silver / Floor – Silver
Sofia Magnetti – Vault – Bronze / Bars – Bronze / Beam – Bronze / Floor – Bronze
Under 11 – Apparatus awards and National finalists 
Grace Haugh – Vault – Gold / Bars – Silver / Beam – Silver / Floor – Silver
Siochain Fahy – Beam – Bronze
Over 11 – Team – GOLD
Anna Kidd
Natasha Johnson
Nicola Lawless
Apparatus awards and National finalists 
Anna Kidd – Vault – Silver / Bars – Gold / Beam – Gold / Floor – Gold
Natasha Johnson – Floor – Silver
Nicola Lawless – Vault – Bronze / Bars – Bronze / Beam – Bronze
Level 5
Under 11- Apparatus awards and National finalists
Maya Banerjee – Bars – Gold / Beam – Gold / Floor – Bronze
Under 13 – Apparatus awards and National finalists
Siofra Molloy – Vault – Bronze / Bars – Gold / Beam – Gold / Floor – Bronze
Helen McCarthy – Vault Silver / Beam – Silver / Beam – Bronze / Floor – Silver
Level 6
Under 11 – Team GOLD
Kim Li Loke
Aoife Walsh
Emma Slevin
Apparatus awards and National finalists
Emma Slevin – Vault – Silver / Bars – Silver / Beam – Gold / Floor – Gold
Under 13 – Apparatus awards and National finalists
Eimear Flanagan – Vault – Bronze / Bars – Bronze / Beam – Gold / Floor – Gold
Level 7
Under 11 – Team GOLD
Daniela Goluba
Kate Molloy
Jane Heffernan
Apparatus awards and National finalists
Daniela Goluba – Vault / Bars – Gold / Beam – Bronze / Floor – Bronze
Kate Molloy – Vault / Bars – Bronze / Beam – Silver / Floor – Silver
Jane Heffernan – Vault / Bars – Silver / Beam – Gold / Floor – Gold
Under 13 – Apparatus awards and National finalists
Sarah Hynes – Vault / Bars – Gold / Beam – Silver / Floor – Gold
Over 13 – Apparatus awards and National finalists
Rosalie Hynes – Vault – Gold / Bars – Gold / Beam – Gold / Floor – Gold
Maeve Hannon – Vault – Silver / Bars – Silver / Beam – Silver / Floor
Level 8
Under 11 – Apparatus awards and National finalists
Aisling Fuller – Vault / Bars – Gold / Beam – Silver / Floor – Silver
Alex-Marie McDonagh – Vault / Bars – Silver / Beam – Gold / Floor – Gold
Under 13 – Apparatus awards and National finalists
Emer Shimizu – Vault – Bronze / Bars – Bronze / Beam – Gold
Level 9
Under/Over 13 National finalists
Roisin Curran
Amy O’Neill
Nicole Shaw
Level 10
FIG National finalists
Erin Shimizu
Ellen Hynes

Brilliant results last weekend gymnasts!!

Huge congratulations to all of the Renmore gymnasts who competed at the national all-around finals last weekend in Wicklow!!

The girls managed to capture a total of 15 medals including champions in level 4, level 5, level 8, level 9, level 10, and FIG! What a huge accomplishment for everyone, your hard work has really paid off! A special congratulations for the three girls trialing to represent Ireland in the international competition, the 2013 Celtic Cup. These girls are Ellen Hynes, Amy O’Neill, and Emmeline Anghileri and we wish them luck in their next two trials!

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Angelika Kolodziej: level 2, under 13 silver medalist
Miriam Fuller: level 4 under 9 champion
Nicola Lawless: level 4 over 13 champion
Siofra Molloy: level 5 under 13 champion
Emma Slevin: level 6 under 11 silver medalist
Daniela Goluba, level 7 under 11, bronze medalist
Rosalie Hynes: level 7 over 13, bronze medalist
Aisling Fuller, level 8 under 11, champion
Alex-Marie McDonagh, level 8 under 11, silver medalist
Amy O’Neill, level 9 under 13, champion
Roisin Curran: level 9 under 13, silver medalist
Nicole Shaw: level 9 over 13, silver medalist
Erin Shimizu: level 10, over 15 champion
Emmeline Anghileri: FIG champion
Ellen Hynes: FIG bronze medalist

Two golds and one bronze – well done RGC boys!!

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The Boys Level 2-3 AA was held on Sunday the 24th of Feb in Dublin at Phoenix Gymnastics Club. There were eleven young Renmore gymnasts from the Competitive boys squad that attended and great progress was evident across all performances! Very clearly the hard work is really starting to pay off and there were some exciting moments on the podium from our young lads!

Medal winners
Level 2 under 10
Callum Stanley – Gold
Level 3 under 8
Paddy McGrath – Gold
Level 3 under 10
Jack Lynott – Bronze