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Family and friends enjoy Caithness Rhythmic Gymnastics' display in Thurso


By Alan Hendry

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Gymnasts after their display and presentations at Thurso's Royal British Legion club this week.
Gymnasts after their display and presentations at Thurso's Royal British Legion club this week.

Caithness Rhythmic Gymnastics – a section of Caithness Gymnastics Club – held a display and presentation evening this week for the first time since 2019. It went ahead in Thurso's Royal British Legion club on Tuesday evening.

The gymnasts showed off their skills old and new, some of which were developed remotely during lockdown over Zoom. The display was well received by an appreciative audience of family and friends.

Presentations were made to the gymnasts after the display with every gymnast and coach receiving a commemorative medal.

Zara Smith was named as overall gymnast of the year.
Zara Smith was named as overall gymnast of the year.

Superstar award: Erika Sutherland, Abbie Fairweather.

Juniors – Most improved: Layla Bremner. Gymnast of the year: Beth McColm.

Intermediate – Most improved: Faith Smith. Gymnast of the year: Lois Manson.

Seniors – Most improved: Aila Anthoney. Gymnast of the year: Bethan Wood.

Overall gymnast of the year: Zara Smith.


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