Gymnasts battle it out in record entry

Gymnastics Lisnaskea

Emma McAdam from Lisnaskea overall winner with coach Jennifer Hanna


Saturday’s Fermanagh Closed Gymnastic Championships saw Emma McAdam from the Castle Park Splitz Club walk away with this year’s overall title after what could only be described as a stunning display of agility, flexibility and daring moves which had the spectators spellbound.


This year’s record entry championships were of the highest standard seen for many a year, which can only be promising for the sport in the years ahead.

The three main clubs in Fermanagh, Castle Park Splitz Club, Forum Gymnast Club Enniskillen and Bawnacre Gymnastic Club Irvinestown, all took part ensuring that there was strong competition in all age groups between the gymnasts.

The coaches of all three clubs should be congratulated for the commitment and dedication which, alongside the hard work of the gymnasts, resulted in such a high level of gymnastic competition.

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