Queanbeyan Gymnastics takes 10 titles at NSW Country Championships

Queanbeyan YMCA Gymnastic's Kayla Cragg, pictured right from the Melbourne Nationals, took out the level seven NSW Country Championship in Rooty Hill, Sydney, last weekend.

Queanbeyan YMCA Gymnastic's Kayla Cragg, pictured right from the Melbourne Nationals, took out the level seven NSW Country Championship in Rooty Hill, Sydney, last weekend.

The Queanbeyan YMCA Gymnastics Club took an impressive 10 titles at the NSW Country Championships event in western Sydney last weekend to continue their run as one of the state's best clubs.

They won the overall club championships for a third year running, while achieving the rhythmic gymnastics club title for the fourth straight year.

Individual champions in their divisions for Queanbeyan were Kayla Cragg, Anastasia Storozhev and Lydia Popov.

Cragg continued her impressive form from the national championships in Melbourne in May, taking out the NSW Country Championship in the level seven rhythmic division.

Storozhev was named the level six junior champion, while Popov took out the level three senior title.

The club was also a highlight in the team events, winning the gold medal in five divisions.

These included the level seven 10-team, level six juniors, level four juniors and seniors, and level three juniors.

YMCA executive officer Peta Virgo said it was a fantastic achievement for the 50 competitors from Queanbeyan to make such a big mark for another year.

The event was held at Rooty Hill from July 5-6.

In total there were 36 individual gold, 44 individual silver, and 25 individual bronze medal wins for the club.

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