Congratulations Rhythmic Gymnasts!!

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Another successful competition for Renmore Gymnastics Club!

The Level 2 National Rhythmic Championship went very well.  Grade 2 girls: Katie Dooley and Nicole Plotnikova had tough competition.  Gymnasts in that level are very strong.  Grade 3 girls did extremely well: Ciara Mulgannoncame first in both Free Routine and Hoop Routine – well done!  Megan Griffin won bronze and Orna Hennessy came 5th.  A few mistakes pushed Ellen Fallon from 3rd to 4th place – she’ll bring home the medal next time!  Finally, two more medals to announce:  Caolfhionn Moriarty won gold and Hannanh Pamplin won silver.

Well done girls, I am very proud of you!


RGC medals at International Rhythmic Gym Competition!

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There was formidable competition from Latvian and Lithuanian gymnasts but the RGC gymnasts prevailed bringing home two bronze medals.  Well done to Katie Dooley and Nicole Plotnikov both of whom won bronze medals at the Triumph Open International Tournament in Blanchardstown last Sunday.

This is a great accomplishment!  Congratulations gymnasts!

Thank you Kate Uí Chíobháin for the photos and a big thank you to Anastasia for being a great coach!


Dear Parents and Friends!
We are glad to inform you that there will be a Christmas Foundraising Display on the 21st of December at 6 pm in our gym. Gymnasts are raising money for their much needed leotards! This is a great opportunity for us to show, family, friends and our local community, how beautiful and original rhythmic gymnastics is and how hard we have worked over the year.
Everyone welcome! Come and enjoy!
€5 per person,
€20 per family (2 adults + up to 4 children)
Tickets can be purchased from Anastasia and Sam, at the gym or through our administrator at and 0863713198 (text only)

Thank you for your support!

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Rhythmic Gymnastics is one of the most beautiful and precise Olympic Sports. It is a combination of the dynamics and flexibility of gymnastics, the technical knowledge of ballet, and the self-expression and rhythm of modern dance. Unmatched for its elegant, expressive, precise and graceful movements, Rhythmic Gymnastics is using colourful hand-held apparatus such as hoops, balls, ropes, ribbons, and clubs in specially choreographed rhythmic group and solo routines

The benefits of Rhythmic Gymnastics to girls in their formative years include physical fitness, self-discipline, positive self-esteem, lasting friendships, team skills, fun and a healthy lifestyle that the gymnast will sustain for life.

Renmore Gymnastics is working towards expanding their Rhythmic classes in term 2 with a new recreational class running on Weds from 4:30-5:30. Let us know if you are interested in trying this new and exciting introductory class!

Some of our rhythmic gymnasts will also be performing in a christmas display this year. Stay tuned for more information!

Renmore Rhythmic Gymnasts First Comp!!!

Sunday May 1st, Renmore Gymnastics sent their first troop of Rhythmic Gymnasts to compete in Carlingford at an International Invitational event. For all 11 gymnasts and coach Anastasia it was a very successful day and a very positive introduction into the Competition scene of this new discipline. All gymnasts had a fantastic day and showed in true determined spirit very little nerves as they performed their routines with and without apparatus. A collective 15 medals were won in total from our Rhythmic Gymnasts who did a fantastic job of representing themselves and Renmore Gymnastics to a very impressive level. Those who competed at this event include –

Katie Dooley / Emer O’Connell / Maria Cunningham / Azzurra Cossentino / Caoilfhinn Moriarty / Ellen Fallon / Jenny Cunningham / Hannah Pamplin / Orla McAndrew / Alice Cunningham / Honora Pamplin

Well Done Girls!!!!