AN OUTSTANDING month of competition has resulted in five national titles and nine national and international medals for Melksham's Wiltshire School of Gymnastics.

The haul started at the National Challenge British Championships where, in the junior section, Jessica Daykin from Lavington stole the show by winning the national all-around title as well as gold on bars, beam and floor.

The result earned Daykin an invite to Great Britain squad training as well as entry to the prestigious British Elite Championships next year.

In the senior section, the School's Bree Warren, from Bath, placed sixth in the all-around competition, while a stunning floor routine resulted in Wiltshire School's second national champion in as many days.

Daykin also competed at the Challenge Cup for the South West of England in The National Bill McLaughlin Team Championships, helping her team to overall silver and bronze.

The Rushmoor Rosebowl international, a competition with more than 100 competitors, saw Warren compete for the South West, who took home silver in the regional section.

Daykin competed in her second international for England, who placed third in the international section, Daykin coming fourth on bars and fifth on floor.

Meanwhile, at the National Championships for 9/10 year olds, three Wiltshire School gymnasts stars represented the South West.

Jenna Caddy, in her first ever national final, had a clean competition while with their results and Compulsory level four grades, Alexa Evans and Maya Jakubowski finished ninth and 26th respectively in the country.