Silver secures Baskerville's third place in league
Baskerville's B team claimed third spot overall after winning silver medals at the final West Country League round.
The competition took place at Melksham and saw Baskerville's finish as runners-up on vault. Bree Warren, 11, totalled 12.55, ranking her second on this piece of apparatus, while other top scores came from Amy Luscombe, Sophia Millard and Edie Gudmunsen.
Bree was Baskerville's highest scorer again on A bars with 12.04. Amy, Edie and Freya Money also contributed to another second-place finish.
Coach Emma Baskerville was pleased to see all of the girls complete their giants on bar.
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"They have been working so hard in training and all deserved to do so well on this particular piece of apparatus," she said.
The team put in a brave performance on beam after suffering a fall during the warm-up, finishing third with a total of 44.73.
Bree was the overall winner on floor thanks to a score of 13.10, with a personal best putting her second in the whole competition and only seven- tenths away from top spot.
Lily Reid helped the team secure a floor total of 49.20 with an outstanding 12.40.
The previous day, a less experienced Baskerville's A team showed great concentration to finish fourth overall – just three marks behind the winners.
They were ranked third on all four pieces of apparatus.
Top scores on the vault, bars and beam were recorded by Osborn, Lucy Davis and Ruby Millard.
On the floor, Pearl Fray scored 10.80, helping the team secure an overall total of 45.78.
Elisabeth Osborn had an exceptional high score of 11.90 on the beam, putting her second overall. She was sixth overall thanks to a total of 45.10.
Jazmine Andrews came second on floor with her best-ever score of 12.00, and third on vault. She was fifth overall with a total of 45.60.
Baskerville said: "I'm so pleased that the girls finished the year of competitions with such a success.
"All the girls and I were on such a high and overwhelmed by their continued commitment and progression throughout the year.
"The girls have improved and excelled throughout their training and these scores reflect their hard work."