Home-grown high flyers
ROCKHAMPTON'S leading trampo- linists will bounce towards further national honours when they lead the Queensland charge at next month's Australian championships.
Rockhampton's Victoria Park and PCYC clubs have featured highly in the Queensland team named for the national competition, which starts in Brisbane on June 25.
After dominating the medal tally at last month's Queensland champi- onships, Victoria Park is the best represented with 20 athletes prepar- ing to represent Queensland.
The Victoria Park trampoline contingent includes: Heidi Van Der Meer (9/10 years), Riley Glazebrook, Patrick Cooper, Luke MacMaster, James Gubbins, Mikaela Kerr, Gabrielle Williams (11/12 years), Jody Spear, Lara Napi- er, Connor Vale (13/14 years), Fiona Salvair, Ashlee Rideout, Ashleigh Rowe, Danielle Emery, Suzanne Stewart, Rachel Moss, Julian Napi- er, Jarrod Spear, Luke Brownlow (15/16 years) and Anna Vivash (17 years and over) will lead the Vic- toria Park medal assault.
Rockhampton PCYC representa- tives are Jessica Delforce, Blake Rutherford, Braydon Darr (9/10 years), Adrianna Coombes, Erin Webley, Erin Shelton, Emma Mur- phy, Natalie Steen, Dalton Dillon (11/12 years), Tameeka Tinney, Sa- mantha Rosenberg, Tia Cantrell and Matthew Delforce (13/14 years). This year's national champion- ships have attracted competition from visiting New Zealand and Chi- nese teams.
The event culminates all selection opportunities for the 2005 world championships and World Age Group Games teams.
Both events will be staged in Holland in September.
The Australian team will be an- nounced on June 30.