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October 22, 2016

Juniors march team.

Intermediates: Laura Wilson, Natalia Pickens and Grace Raymond practice their Review performance.

Intermediates: Amy Smith, Joyce Leung and Phoeby Chapman practice free arm.

Rich River Calisthenics Club will hold its annual concert tomorrow from 2pm at the Paramount.

This year there is cause for special celebration — it’s coach Sue Wegmann’s 35th year of coaching.

Tickets are on sale now.

Earlier this month RRCC took part in the Greater Valley Calisthenics Competition in Shepparton and Sue said she was proud of the club, which placed third for the aggregate title.

The tinies had their best competition to date, managing to place in every event. The sub juniors placed third overall, the juniors placed second and the inters third.

The club’s soloists also placed extremely well. Grace Raymond (third), Phoeby Chapman (third), Jorja Avers (second), Dakota Monigatti (first), Lauren O’Dea (honourable mention) and Maddison Barnes (highly commended).

Registration for RRCC is in the first week of February. Places are available in all age groups.

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