At the last of the NI Championships qualifiers of the season, The Trampoline Network took another haul of medals.
Eve Ryden in the 11-12 years Novice took silver with 43.7 an excellent result in her first ever competition.
In the Natioanl Development Plan (NDP) 1 level the club gained another 5 medals, two bronze, two silver and a gold.
Again in their first ever competition Conor Marcus came third with 37.7 in the 9-10 years boys, Rowan Hynds came 3rd in the 11-12 years boys and Corey Mcshane took silver in the 13-14 year boys.
Further to their sucess in the last qualifier a couple of weeks ago PJ grant and Conor Napier meddalled again. PJ came second to take the silver medal in the 11-12 years boys with 45.9 and Conor Napier took gold in the 13-14 years boys event with 36.1. Both PJ and Conor will be joining three other memebers of The Trampoline Network team in the NI Championships at De La Salle College on 14th November 2015.
In the NDP 1 level Ryan Balck had previously qualified and the clubs two highest level performers Anna Boe NDP5 and Eoin McNalley NDP 6 have also qualified.
This is the clubs most sucessful year never taking more than four trampolinists to the final before.
The club trains in the Lagan Valley Leisureplex on Tuesday evening and the Lough Moss Leisure Centre on Sundays.