ELLEN McCarthy and Morgan Piwowar led the way as Hillingdon Gymnastics Club picked up 14 medals at the annual Poole Open Disability Competition.
They both scored wins for their team, who picked up a three gold, four silver and seven bronze medals at last week’s contest.
The open requires gymnasts to take part in three disciplines – trampoline, rhythmic and artistic gymnastics – and Hillingdon had participants in all of them.
McCarthy brought home gold medals in ribbon and ball in rhythmic, and Piwowar earned his in rope.
The former added to the accolades with a bronze in vault and silver on beam in artistic, while the latter earned silver in ball in rhythmic.
Caitlin Hoile earned two silver medals in ribbon and ball rhythmic and floor, and a bronze in vault.
Tillie Hewlett won silver in trampoline, James Orriss finished with bronze on floor in men’s artistic, and Lewis McCarthy collected bronze on floor in the same category.
Head coach Karen De Sa said: “The development of these gymnasts is amazing. Every time they perform they get better and better. They deserve the rewards they are getting.”
Lewis Lockyer and Dale Tyler also contributed to Hillingdon’s successful team.