Sudbury Gymnastics Club members picked up a massive haul of medals over two competitions held at Pipers Vale in Ipswich.
In the General Gymnastics competition, which allowed entrants to either compete on all four pieces of equipment, for a shot at an all-round medal, or their strongest disciplines, 24 Sudbury girls entered and came home with an incredible 54 medals.
At level two there were 16 medals, including golds for April Gray, Tallulah Richards-Kemp (asymmetric bars), Rachel Howard and Evie Summers.
Amelia Peachey was ffith and Amiee Dearden-Peirce fourth.
The club claimed eight medals in level three with Kara Meldrum, Nicole Haliwell, Sennen Root and Victoria Oakes taking overall golds, while Laura Knights took silver. Zara Spendiff also competed.
At level four, in the under-13s, Emily Pigram claimed an overall silver along with Lucinda Nott, while Mabel Frost took bronze.
In the under-15s at the same level, Harriet Long, Anatacia Taylor-Anderson and Estelle Hewitt all took gold.
Chloe Page was first overall with gold in the level five category while Millie Albery was second overall with silver and Ellison Richards-Kemp was third, also with silver. Imgoen Cayley took gold in the body balance while Erica Halliwell took bronze on the vault.