A BRADFORD teenager has leapt to national success and is now set to take it to the next level.

Emily Hebden, 11, secured a bronze medal when competing at a national trampoline competition as part of the Bradford Olympian Trampoline Club.

The Trampoline and Tumbling Regional Team Final and NDP Semi-Final at Arena Birmingham saw several other Bradford team members representing Yorkshire as well.

But, it was Hebden who shone brightest in the Girls Disability NDP Level 3 Under 15 category.

The youngster completed two near perfect routines to achieve an aggregate score of 51.00 in her first ever national competition.

This fell just short of Madison Davies effort for Wales who finished in second, just 0.3 ahead on her aggregate score.

Hebden now progresses to the NDP Finals held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry next month, where once again she will be competing against some of the best gymnasts in the country.

Overall, Bradford Olympian Trampoline Club had six children selected to represent Yorkshire at the competition.

The other five competitors finished no lower than the top-20 in their respective categories, testament to the coaching abilities of Helen Wilkinson and Mike Abbott.

Results at follows: Cove Oldfield, 10th in Level 1 Girls 11-12; Florence Harvey, 20th in Level 1 Girls 13+; Isobel North, 10th in Level 5 Girls 11-12; William Campbell, 14th in Level 5 Boys 15+; Harrison Holmes, 11th in Level 6 Boys 17+.

Further information about Bradford Olympian Trampoline Club can be found here: bradfordolympian.co.uk