HAMELDON Community College shone at last week’s annual town gymnastics competition at the St Peter’s Centre.
A total of 14 girls from Hameldon competed in this prestigious event, led by captain, Year 11 student Kayleigh Cryer-Anderton.
The first student to perform in the competition, which involved 70 competitors, was Year 7 student Natasha Henderson.
And although the pressure was on, she set things off at a very high standard.
With the squad encouraging and praising each other, confidence grew.
Individual performances saw Meyer Hill win silver at Level One, with Amber Anders earning bronze.
At Level Two, Holly Jackson came out on top to win gold, backed up by a bronze medal for Bianca Heap
In the Level Three section, there was another gold for Aimee Mottershead, and again a bronze, this time for captain Kayleigh Cryer-Anderton.
Hameldon won the Level One team event, comprising of Meyer Hill, Amber Anders, Naimh Hill and Amber Rowbottom.
The Hameldon squad on duty on the day was Meyer Hill, Amber Anders, Naimh Hill, Amber Rowbottom, Natasha Henderson, Angelica Scott-Robinson, Ellie Lunt, Megan Ireland, Georgina Wyer-Pollard, Holly Jackson, Aimee Mottershead, Cheyenne Poulton, Bianca Heap and Kayleigh Cryer-Anderton.
The squad is pictured (s).