GYMNASTS from Chippenham's Moonraker clubs competed in the annual Gym Stars Open Championships at Falcons Gymnastics Academy in Barnstaple.

Jemma Vincent, Tamar Hibbert and Emily Macklin Day took part in the level five aged 12 years category in round one of the competition, Vincent placing fifth on floor and third on bars.

Vincent was third overall while Hibbert placed fourth on vault and fifth on beam and brought home the sixth place ribbon. Macklin-Day was third on the vault and finished a respectable seventh.

Danielle Armado also competed in the first round of the competition, her first-ever gymnastics outside the county, and was fifth on vault, fourth on beam and eighth overall.

In the second round, Leah Bishop, Katherine Allday and Millie Stokes took part on the floor, beam bars and vaults.

Bishop was the star of the round, bringing home the fifth place ribbon on bars and the fourth place ribbon on beam and was seventh overall.

Allday was awarded a sixth place ribbon on beam and came 16th overall, with Stokes 18th overall out of 27 gymnasts.

In the third round, Kelsey Stokes was awarded a fourth place ribbon on vault, second on bars, third on beam and sixth on floor and brought home an overall silver.

Freya Gleed was awarded a fourth on vault, sixth on floor and ninth overall.

Ellie Treacy was awarded second place on vault, fifth on beam and third on floor and was fourth overall.

Sophie Townsend placed third on vault, sixth on bars, fourth on beam and fifth on floor, placing third overall.

Lauren Searle was fourth on vault and second on bars, beam and floor, winning overall silver.

Having not competed for two years, Katie Francis placed second on vault, fifth on bars, first on beam and second on floor to win overall gold.