His second-place finishes came in individual apparatus, parallel bars and pommel horse while team-mate James Evans just missed out on the medals as he came fourth overall out of 14 men, including gymnasts from the Isle of Man and the Faroe Islands yesterday afternoon.
Meanwhile, junior gymnast André Romeril won the only gold medal of the day, as he produced a clean routine on the high bar.
Overall he finished fifth, with a score of 41.85, while in sixth place and only 0.8 points behind him was Matthew Hill.
Third team member Devon Potter finished eighth.
In the women’s FIG four-piece competition the standard was high from the Isle of Man, Bermuda, the Faroe Islands, Aland and Ynys Mon as well as Jersey.
From a field of 28 gymnasts, Jersey’s Ellen Marett finished 14th overall, with a best placing of ninth on the beam with 9.30 points.
Hannah Medder finished 15th, Amy Laurent 19th and Jenny McGhee 21st.
In the junior competition Molly Morin came tenth overall due to an excellent floor routine (10.40), which placed her ahead of one of the accomplished Bermuda gymnasts.
Team mates Aimee McDonnell came 12th, Rachael Ollivro-Murphy 13th and Samantha Jones, who had a bad fall on the beam during her warm-up, 15th.
Head coaches Ben Frith and Sally Noel and team coaches James Evans and Mandy McDonnell were impressed both by the standard of competition and the amount of hard work their gymnasts had put into their sport over the week away.sey GC had financial support from My Memory.