MEMBERS of Wiltshire’s School of Gymnastics (WSG) joined hundreds of competitors from across the country at the annual Quattro Cup Team and Individual Championships.

A 24-strong squad from Wiltshire competed in six categories across the three-day event, with action starting on Friday with the Level Seven Championships where six-year Iyla Lindsey was crowned champion with team mate Kaci-Ann Sweeny gaining silver.

Lindsey and Sweeny’s efforts – coupled with Matilda Smith’s performance – ensured WSG secured the Level Seven team title.

At Level Six, Freya Martin was WSG’s highest placed gymnast, finishing seventh in a field of 50.

Support from Heidi Jakubowski, Asha Elloway and Gracie Robinson meant the team placed sixth overall.

Saturday saw nine girls compete in the Level Five category – and the Wiltshire girls started where they left off with another title to add to their list of honours.

Lydia Webb was crowned champion while Millie Knudsen followed her closely in second. The team’s success was completed by the efforts of Jessica Potter – who finished third – and Sorcha King in fourth.

These scores coupled with Alice McIntyre-Newton, Alysia Garrett and Millie Vranch’s efforts secured the club’s second team title.

A third team title was landed at Level Four – Emily Young fought off strong competition to win with team-mate Polly Boother in third, while Violet Browne and Summer Taylor also placed well.

WSG also landed the Level Three championship on Sunday as Alexa Evans scored highest for the Wiltshire outfit – finishing second in a strong field.

Maya Jakubowski and Jenna Caddy also placed in the top nine, securing WSG’s fourth team title.

The last category was the highlight of the event, and Jess Daykin carried WSG’s hopes when executing an excellent vault.

She also pulled off new skills on bars and a high scoring Beam left the floor to complete.

With the team championship hopes resting on her shoulders, Daykin did not disappoint and scored a personal best of 13.05.

This resulted in a win for WSG and the overall team title – plus a £500 Quattro voucher, which will be used to secure more equipment.