Baskerville's boys bag haul of medals
GYMNASTICS Baskerville's boys scooped 16 medals between them from two events held at Exeter.
Jake Morris gave an outstanding display in the six- piece inter-counties competition, winning a medal on every piece in the over-14s section.
He claimed silvers on floor, rings and vault and bronzes for his routines on pommel, parallel bars and high bar.
Morris' success did not end there are he also bagged silver for coming second overall.
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Sean Madigan collected bronze medals on floor, rings and vault in the same category to finish third overall.
Matthew Simonds' efforts in training paid off in the under-14s section as he won a silver medal on pommel horse and a bronze on vault.
Alexander Weeks showed off some astonishing skills as he flew the flag for Baskerville's at under-12 level. He won bronze medals on floor and vault before claiming silver thanks to a near-perfect pommel horse routine.
Baskerville's were also well represented in the South West Apparatus Compulsory Championships.
Oliver Snook was Baskerville's best performer in the under-8s section, finishing seventh overall. He came second on rings following a well-executed routine and his highest score of 13.27 was on parallel bars.
Robbie Nesbit finished ninth overall after coming third on rings and vault. His highest score on the latter was 13.65 after he produced a wonderful front somersault.
Luke De Ste Croix finished fourth on high bar following a well-presented routine.
In the under-10s section, Henry Brooker's strong display saw him take top spot on pommel horse.
Charlie Taylor's highest score came on rings, where he totalled 13.95 points from a maximum of 14.50.
Samuel Meharg's scored 12.50 on high bar.
James Conibere competed well to finish fourth on parallel bars and sixth overall in the under-12s section.