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Sponsorship Deal

Fyrish Gymnastics Club are delighted to announce a new sponsor. DCS based in Alness have agreed to sponsor the club for 2015. We are very grateful to Mark Kelman at DCS for providing us with this opportunity and we look forward to working with DCS this year.

Performance Coach of the Year 2014

Fyrish Gymnastics Club are delighted to announce that the Highland 2014 Performance Coach of the Year is Sonny Rhind of Fyrish Gymnastics Club in Alness.
This is a very well deserved recognition of Sonny’s extraordinary and selfless dedication to the development of his youngsters.  It is thanks to his hard work that some of his gymnasts are now enjoying unrivalled successes.
Jake Williams, Active Schools Coordinator for the area presented Sonny with his award at the recent Club Christmas Party. Jake said of Sonny’s award "It is great to have the opportunity to say thank you to a volunteer coach who is clearly dedicated to their sport. Sonny has had a big impact on Gymnastics in the area so I am pleased to be able to visit the club and present Sonny with the Highlife Highland Performance Coach of the Year award for 2014."
Sonny said "A big thank you to the folk that nominated me for this award. Thanks also to my gymnasts for working so hard, to both Fyrish Gymnastics club and High Life Highland for supporting me and making this all possible".


Congratulations to Melissa Black, Kirstin Anderson, Sam Rollo and Emma Burns on passing their Gymnastics Coaching Examination.


The Fyrish Gymnastics Club Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 27th October 2014 at 6pm-7pm in the Averon Leisure Centre, Alness. Click here to download a copy of the agenda. All welcome.


The club is keen to find one or two volunteers to attend a gymnastics judging course early next year, to help us support the club gymnasts when they attend competitions, both at home and when they travel down south.
The dates are 17th and 18th January in Aberdeen, and 31st January and 1st February in Kinross.
Every club is required to supply a judge for competitions, and this does provide most clubs with their biggest challenge. Can I ask if you have a little spare time to offer, then please offer the time to our gymnasts? The reward is a front seat at every performance!

Getting the Grades

Three gymnasts recently passed their club grades in Perth. Islay Grant passed grade 11, Darcie Lee Houston grade 12 and Sarai Grant grade 14.
All three girls performed confidently with well executed routines.

Medal haul at Scottish Championships

Fyrish came home with an impressive medal haul from the recent two piece championships. Sarai Grant took the bronze medal in the 8/9 age group and the 10/11 team took the team silver.
There were some impressive routines from the 12+ girls on floor and all gymnasts can be very proud of their performances.

North District

The girls brought more medals home from the recent North District competition in Aberdeen. In the 10/11 beginners Evelyn Paterson took silver on floor and silver overall. In the 10/11 intermediate Kirsty Fraser took bronze on vault and Sophie Bath took silver on vault and bronze overall. The 12+ girls also brought home medals with Bronwyn Mackenzie taking a floor medal and Alysha Ross a vault medal.