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Young 9-13 girls

1. City of Birmingham In first place was the team from City of Birmingham. The team was super consistent throughout all rounds and led from the start! 2. Heart of Midlothian Hearts also had a great swim and consistently scored above 21 points in each round maintaining a second-place finish. 3. Broxbourne Broxbourne took up third place in this tight finish. Always close behind Hearts, Broxbourne were able to maintain their placing through clean routines and consistent execution. 14-17 girls 1. Southampton Novas Southampton Novas have long held a reputation as a strong team in the nationals and they didn't prevent this at this year’s event. They scored high in both prelims and finals putting together an very clean routine. 2. City of Birmingham Birmingham were consistency personified in their National endeavour. At the end of Round 2 in the prelims and finals rounds, they showed an almost identical score improving on their easy routine. The difference between first and second was only 0.34 of a point which is incredibly close! 3. London RegionAqua London Region came very close third with routines packed full of difficulty and great execution. This was very impressive considering their young age as some of the girls had only turned 14. 14-17 mixed 1. Reading Royals The Reading mixed team had great speed and sharpness throughout their routine. In the finals they picked up 27.1 for teiir artistic impression. 2. Bristol Central B Bristol came a close second through consistency scoring above 21 points in all rounds That coupled with strong athleticism produced a short, fast and sharp routine was enough to see off third place City of Leeds A by just 0.5 of a point! 3. City of Leeds A City of Leeds were incredibly consistent in their execution improving on their difficulty in the finals scoring 4.78 for their very impressive thrust routines which contained great syncopation. They were never far off Reading Royals in both the prelims and finals in an tight contest. We would like say a big thank you to everyone who competed and took part as well as all of the judges, technical officials, volunteers, coaches and staff who made the event such a huge success!