Lois Toulson held off a determined challenge from Shanice Lobb to claim Platform gold at the British Elite Junior Diving Championships.
While British Diving have plenty of young talent in their ranks, Toulson is the jewel in their crown, having won World Junior silver last year and lifted the senior British title earlier this season.
And the 15-year old continued her dream start to the year by taking the junior British platform title in the oldest age group, scoring 429.60 to finish ahead of home diver Shanice Lobb (405.80).
Ruby Bower was the next best on the day, finishing on 364.90 for bronze.
Toulson and Bower’s City of Leeds teammate Emily Bearpark claimed the platform title in the Group B age group, scoring 309.65 to finish ahead of Southampton’s Emily Martin (297.15) and Plymouth’s Cody Powell Tuckett (286.00).
City of Sheffield’s Jordan Houldon sprung a minor surprise to claim the Group A 1m Springboard title.
The 16-year old won 1m silver in last year’s Group B category, and showed plenty of improvement to step up to gold in the oldest age group, scoring 493.40 to finish ahead of international divers James Heatly (Edinburgh) and Ross Haslam (Sheffield) who scored 481.80 and 453.60 respectively.
City of Leeds’ Anthony Harding claimed the Group B title on 378.35 with Southend’s Connor Vandal (371.65) behind him in second and Leeds’ Oliver Crompton (360.50) securing bronze.