YOUNG Bulmershe gymnast Mollie Haswell delivered an outstanding performance at the Womens Artisitic National Compulsory grades finals, finishing in silver position all round at Compulsory Grade Four, with an impressive score of 62.425 and sixth place on beam.

Her teammate Mariah Licorish also impressed, placing fifth on floor and 21st nationally.

This was the nine-year-olds' first opportunity to compete at a national competition and coach Jo Chennell said: “Both girls put in confident performances and represented their club and region superbly.”

Also representing Bulmershe and the South region were Amelie Bowles, competing in National Compulsory Grade Two.

She impressed with a gold on vault and ninth all-round place nationally.

In the National Grades finals, Zennor Tejani took third place on uneven bars and 21st place all-round in National Grade Four, while Aimee Lovell helped secure team South sixth place in National Grade Three.

Competing in National Grade Two, Alice Brunn took sixth place on vault and joint 11th all-round, with Lauren Saunders finishing in fifth place on floor and joint 16th all-round. Together with team mate Darcy Thorne, team South finished in sixth place.

The younger Bulmershe gymnasts also performed well in the Southern Region grades finals in Southampton.

Bella Bunce placed in bronze position with a score of 65.45 in Grade Six, awarded bronze medals on vault, beam, floor and range and conditioning.

Fellow teammate Rylee Phillips was not far behind in fifth place with a score of 64.75, placing in the top six on all apparatus.

In Grade Five, Mia Stevenson placed sixth all-round with a score of 62.35 and placed fourth on bars and sixth in range and conditioning.

Amelie Thorne, competing in National Grade One, finished 10th overall with an impressive gold on vault and bars.

Meanwhile, at the Berkshire Levels Championships, gymnasts came away with a string of titles and medals.

Starting the day, the youngest gymnasts put in solid performances.

Edith Hodges took silver in the all-round at Level Seven with golds on vault and floor.

In Level Six, Bunce placed silver with Phillips just behind in bronze position.

Tienna Oakman-Charles went on to take the Level Five out-of-age title, with team mate Stevenson finishing eighth.

The Level Four in-age gymnasts put in confident performances with Mollie Haswell placing third, Evgeniya Nikishina fifth and Licorish eighth

Zennor Tejani claimed the Level Three in-age title with an impressive all-round performance.

In the Level Three out-of-age competition, Darcy Thorne took the all around title with Lovell close behind in second place and Sophie Marsden finishing in fifth place.

Bowles went on to finish in silver position at in age Level Two and finally, Brunn won the FIG Espoir title with Emma Kendall in fourth place in the FIG Junior competition.