HEREFORD Dynamix gymnasts came home with 16 medals including nine golds from their first National Development Programme (NDP) trampoline and double-mini trampoline (DMT) compulsory event of the season.

The competition saw gymnasts from the West Midlands compete to achieve a qualification score, taking them one step closer to the national final in 2020.

The Dynamix squad came away with a medal haul of nine golds, five silvers and two bronze medals from the event.

In the youngest NDP category Zach Pattison took home silver at level one trampoline and gold at level one DMT.

Evie Pitt had a thrilling double win with gold at level two trampoline and at level one DMT.

There was another double victory for Brooklyn Jones who stormed to success taking gold at level three trampoline and level two DMT.

More impressive performances from the Dynamix squad resulted in lots of podium positions for: Lilly Mills (first at level two DMT), Tessa Morgan (first at level one DMT), Millie Lewis (third at level one DMT), Charlie Hall (second at level four trampoline and third at level two DMT), Marcus Powell (first at level five trampoline and second at level 4 DMT), Tristan Watts (second at level five trampoline and first at level three DMT).

Finally there was a gold rush for Max Cotterrell at level four DMT.

Cotterrell had the highest DMT score of the whole competition, a whopping 121.3, eight whole marks above the qualification score.