WILTSHIRE School of Gymnastics rounded off a stellar season as the Melksham gym hosted the county championships, an invitational for the best gymnasts in the county to battle it out on floor, vault, bars and beam.

The 14-strong home squad claimed 60 medals, securing themselves as the top club in the county once again.

Wiltshire School produced eight all-around champions, including six-year-old Heidi Jakubowski, who nailed the In Age Level 6 championships in her first ever four-piece apparatus competition, winning by a full nine marks.

The Level 6 Out of Age champion was Erin Wintle, who also won all four apparatus competitions while in the Level Five competition Polly Boother won every title on offer and Alysia Garret won her category.

In the Level Four In Age championships Alexa Evans won with Martha Green and Emily Young winning gold in the Out of Age section.

England international Jessica Daykin showcased her routines winning the prestigious FIG section.

Also competing were Isabel Brazeley (second, level five), Millie Knudsen and Jessica Potter (third level five) and Maya Jakubowski, Lydia Webb and Violet Browne who all placed second in level four.

The Wiltshire School is celebrating a superb season under the guidance of head coach Gill Ford and assistant head coach Katie Carter, who restructured the competitive program which has produced immediate results.

The first big success came with Daykin being selected for her first junior England international, winnng team and beam silver.

The School then won the team title and multiple individual prizes at the Angel of the North championships in Liverpool in January.

Three individial titles and the team crown followed at the South West Springboard Championships, while 14 girls shined at the Wiltshire Grades, the highlight being five-year old Kaci-Ann Sweeny placing first.

In the South West Compulsory Grades, Jakubowski and Evans both qualified for National Finals, finishing 10th with the South West, while Daykin placed eighth at the English Championships, earning a place in the 2017 England National Squad.