Members of the Hillingdon School of Gymnastics produced a string of excellent results at the London Gymnastics Federation Novice and Club Autumn Championships.
Ava Daruwalla impressed the judges with her all around performance in the club programme for 12-year-olds, finishing as the top scorer on vault, bars and floor, which also earned her the overall gold with 47.30pts.
Maria Picolou competed in the same age group at the Heathrow competition, ending up in eighth place.
The elegant Charlotte Harrison put on an excellent displays to win the bars and beam competitions in the club programme for 13-year-olds, clinching gold overall with 47.050.
Claire-Marie Hoelscher was fifth over-all with 44.375 and Danielle Rumens dashed from a skiing competition in Hemel Hempstead to take part.
She had no time for a warm-up and still clinched sixth place with 44.125 after winning the vault section and it was only her low beam score that denied her a medal.
Trudie Samworth worked well to clinch 11th.
In the 11-years age group Lavinia Jury finished first on bars and was sixth over-all with 42.725.
Eleanor Geraghty and Lauren D'Costa were 15th and 17th respectively in the 10-years section and Stephanie Cole, making her competition debut, was fourth in the nine-year-olds event.
Charlotte Hooker, Lucy Watts and Fabiana Barber made their debuts in the Novice Championships in which Hooker was equal fifth, just 0.1pts away from a medal in the 12-years age group.
Watts excelled in winning the bars and taking second on vault, finishing fourth overall with 44.60pts in the 11-year-old section, while Barber was 26th among the 10-year-olds.
The results were just rewards for the hard work put in by the Swallows club members who are determined to keep training despite the threat of their gym closing hanging over them.
They are back in action in the next few weeks when they compete in the London Gymnastics Federation Levels Voluntary Championships and the English Championships.