Gravesend's Georgia-Mae Fenton admitted having some mixed emotions after claiming gymnastics team gold but missing out on her big individual target at the Commonwealth Games.
Fenton, 21, joined forces with Claudia Fragapane, Kelly Simm, Alice Kinsella and Ondine Achampong as England defended their women's team gymnastics title in Birmingham.
But with just the top two in the team making the all-around final, Fenton missed out by fractions as Kinsella and Achampong advanced.
"I'm so happy with a team gold, I love being with these girls and to get to perform in front of a home crowd like that is something I will never forget," said Fenton.
"However there are definitely some mixed emotions about the all-around. I’m really trying to build my all-around and I’ve still got more I can add.
"I just wanted to do another clean competition, which I’m super happy with, but it wasn’t quite enough and that’s a bit disappointing.
“Of course I’d love to make the final and get another chance to show what I can do, but I’ll cheer on Alice and Ondine.
"I’m so proud and happy for the girls.”
England's men had claimed their team title by a thumping margin 24 hours earlier but this tussle on Saturday between England and Australia went right to the wire.
Heading into the final rotation, with Australia's gymnasts on the floor and England's on the vault, the hosts were ahead by just 0.05 points.
However, Kinsella - who comes from just down the road in Sutton Coldfield - and Achampong nailed their efforts to also underline why they will be among the favourites for further medals in Birmingham.
"We knew it wouldn't be easy against Australia, they beat us to gold four years ago in front of their fans and we wanted that gold medal back," added former Meopham School student Fenton.
"I wasn't really looking at the scores and how close it got - I just tried to focus on us and trust we had everything in control."
Fenton will get more medal chances, though, as her scores were good enough to advance her to the uneven bar and beam finals.
She is the defending uneven bars champion from 2018 and her qualifying score will mean she starts the eight gymnast final as the gold medal favourite.
She even landed a never-previously-completed move, which will now be named 'The Fenton' in her honour in gymnastics' code of points.
“I’m definitely happy with that, for me there is always more in the tank," she added.
"I’ve not shown my full potential.
"I was happy to do a new move on bars and hopefully I'll get that confirmed it'll be named after me."
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