BETH Tweddle has landed yet another award!
The 21-year-old world-beater was this week named Merseyside Sports Personality of the Year by our sister paper, the Liverpool Echo.
Beth hails from Bunbury, near Tarporley, but she is also a student at Liverpool John Moores' University and a member of the City of Liverpool Gymnastics Club in Toxteth.
She beat off competition from footballers Steven Gerrard and Mikel Arteta to become the first female winner of the Echo award
for 20 years, the first non-football winner for a decade and only the second female winner in the ceremony's 35 years.
'It's a big surprise,' she said after picking up her award at Liverpool's Crowne Plaza Hotel. 'But I'm delighted.'
Injured just two days before the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne last year, Beth bounced back to become the best gymnast in her discipline in the world.
She was crowned world champion in Aarhus, Denmark, for her asymmetric bars routine, becoming the first Briton to win a world gold in the history of the sport.
She already boasted European gold, and rounded off the year of her life by winning on the uneven bars at the World Cup final in Brazil and coming third in the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards.
MC for the evening Clive Tyldesley summed up a hugely popular vote.
'This is a girl who has supported this event in each of the years I've been here,' he declared. 'Tonight she has won it most deservedly.'