CREWE'S Cheshire Academy of Integrated Sport and Arts topped the medals chart at the British Gymnastics North East Regional Championships.
The team of 20, which trains at the Academy in Macon Way, collected gold medals in rhythmic gymnastics, artistic gymnastics and sports acrobatics.
The performance yet again proved the Academy's status as the best in the UK at disability gymnastics. Director Iain Chalmers said: 'The people of Crewe and Nantwich can be justifiably proud of our success at these important games.
'Once more the club has demonstrated that it is in the forefront of disability gymnastics in the UK. The Academy collected more gold, silver and bronze medals than any other club in each of the three disciplines competed.'
Best of the bunch were the U12 rhythmic gymnasts who made a clean sweep of the gongs. Nine-year-old Felicity Martin collected an all-round gold medal with a tremendous score of 36 points.
Rhiannon Everill, 10, notched a silver with 34.7 points, just pipping Tracy Jones, 11, who scored 34.3 points and earned a bronze. Kirsty Whalley, 10, and Kirsty Robertson, 11, came fourth and fifth respectively.
In the U15 group Bethany Collina scooped gold with 35.5 points, and in the U30 section Celia Flegg lifted a well-deserved silver.
In artistic gymnastics, Adam Audley, Matthew Roycroft and Jamie Hicks all collected medals in the Level A competition.
In the Level One competition, which requires gymnasts to compete on all pieces, U12 Daniel Cooper collected all-round gold, while Alex Sinclair took silver.
Alex Hitchings ran away with the U16 title with 48.1 points, while former Special Olympic champion Jonathan Potter demonstrated he still has the old magic by winning gold in the U30 age range.
At the more advanced Level Two competition Mark Hughes collected all-round gold with a virtuoso performance, while Claire Poole grabbed top spot in the female section.
In the sport acrobatics, disability champions Martin Tattersall and Michael Taylor gave the type of stunning performance which has placed them at the top of the national standings.
Martin pulled off a flying cartwheel over the wheelchair as they won gold, as did Jheni Weir and Victoria Perez in the female wheelchair pairs competition.
For more information on the Cheshire Academy, call Iain Chalmers on 01270 255355, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.disabilitysport.com