A CLYDEBANK gymnastics club is toasting yet more success after it raised the most money during a regional radio station competition.

Dynamite Gymnastics recently took part in Clydebank-based Radio Clyde's sports challenge, a competition that saw groups from all over the west of Scotland fundraise for their own clubs.

The North Avenue school – which was started in 2004 by founder Ellena Devitt – put on multiple events for the fun-filled initiative, including raffles, a showcase week, a fun night, a photoshoot, a competition and a merchandise sale.

And they couldn’t hide their joy when they counted all the money raised and found they had gathered an astonishing £16,204.94 – more than any other sports club involved in the challenge.

A club spokesperson said: “At the reveal event we were over the moon to find our this was the highest amount raised by all the participants and as such received an additional £5,000 from Clyde 1.”

Before adding: "Our Volunteers, coaches and gymnasts put in lots of hard work to create and run lots of different events and fundraisers.

"It was great to see so many people supporting the club and to win first place and the additional £5,000 was a fantastic reward and outcome."

Previously, the Clydebank Post reported on Dynamite having more than a third of the places available on a Scottish national team squad, one of many successes over the two decades of teaching the area's youngsters.

And last week, the gymnasts welcomed Courage the Cat from Clyde 1, who popped in to present the team with their fundraising cheque.

And Dynamite directors say the much-needed funds gifted by Radio Clyde will go towards new equipment and coach education to ensure their gymnasts can continue to learn and develop in the best possible environment.