YOUNGSTERS at a Barrhead trampoline club have a spring in their step after a successful performance at the Scottish Championships.

The majority of members of the Alba Trampoline Club returned from the event in Perth with a medal to show for their high-flying efforts.

In total, the Alba squad claimed 12 medals, leaving club coaches beaming with pride.

Much of the success came in the Double Mini Trampoline (DMT) category, with seven gold medals secured.

Joseph Cox, Millie McWilliams, Charlotte Armour, Codi Leigh McWilliams, Jenna Hanvidge, Philippa Lande and Kirsty McLean all took home first prize in their age group.

Eireann McWilliams claimed runner-up spot in the women’s 13+ competition, while Grace Lynch, Sophia Breadnner, Amy Hutchison and Sophie Reid all finished in the top 10.

In the trampoline category, Millie McWilliams, Charlotte Armour and Jenna Hanvidge all equalled their gold medal-winning performances on the DMT.

Amy Hutchison claimed silver, while Grace Lynch, Rebekah Cameron, Codi Leigh McWilliams, Sophie Reid and Philippa Lande also performed strongly.

Helen Aird, the club’s high performance coach, praised all of the members for their hard work.

She told the Barrhead News: “It’s been such a tough year for the team, who have had to overcome a jump in levels 

“I am so proud of them for what they have done.”

The Alba Trampoline Cclub is open to girls and boys of all ages.

Competitive training sessions take place at the Barrhead Community Sports Hub on Tuesdays, from 6.30pm until 8.10pm, on Fridays, from 6pm until 7.50pm, and on Saturdays, from 9am until 11.45am.

There are sessions for beginners on Tuesdays, from 4pm until 5pm and 5pm until 6pm, on Fridays, from 5pm until 6pm, and on Sundays, from 9.30am until 10.30am and 10.30am until 11.30am.

For more details, call Helen on 0750 841 2315.