GYMNASTICS: SALTNEY'S Melanie Roberts has her last chance to force her way into Great Britain's World Championships squad tomorrow.
After finishing fourth in the second trial last weekend, the 15-year-old from St David's High School has been called up to the seniors for a competition against Israel at the National Sports Centre at Lilleshall, which counts as the final trial before the squad going to Anaheim in California is announced on Sunday.
The team is due to leave for the USA for a training camp next week before the championships in the middle of August.
Melanie couldn't compete in the first trial because she was in the junior British Championships, but her score would have put her fifth in the senior trials.
It's not certain if British and Commonwealth champion Beth Tweddle will be taking part tomorrow. The 18-year-old from Bunbury is nursing an ankle injury aggravated in competition against the Russians in Liverpool recently, and although she has made good progress, she may not be risked.
Although all the gymnasts are supposed to take part in trials, Beth is Britain's best-ever female gymnast and, assuming she is fit, will be given a wild card to join the British squad at the World Championships which is a qualifying event for the Olympic Games in Athens next year.
Britain must finish in the top 12 at Anaheim to make sure they go to Greece.