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17:15: Thanks for all your support over this weekend - great to have so many people watching diving and hopefully a few have been inspired to give it a go or take their kids to give it a go.
Here's a quick plug for our next big diving competition - the FINA/Midea Diving World Series in Edinburgh in April. Hope to see you there.
16:45: That's all for today - this DAILY REPORT will have full report and reaction from day three in Plymouth. There will also be a couple of neat video interviews there soon as well.
16:13: So Tom Daley defends his British 10m Platform title on 501.00. Three absolutely beautiful dives scoring over 90 as well. Well done James Denny for silver and Dan Goodfellow for bronze.
1. Tom Daley 501.00
2. James Denny 374.90
3. Daniel Goodfellow 340.25
4. Charlie Wood 334.85
5. Sam Thornton 321.00
16:12: Another dropped dive from Dan Goodfellow - he will still hold on to bronze though so well done today. Had that one sublime dive which showed his potential and he finishes on 340.25.
16:10: Sam Thornton brings his final to a close on 312.00 while Charlie Wood finishes nicely to score 334.85 overall.
16:09: 81 for Tom's fifth dive - the back 3.5 somersaults in pike position. That takes him on to 436.65 overall. James is second, Dan third.
16:08: Unfortunately for Dan, he's just dropped a dive - 4s for his inward 3.5 somersaults and he's on to 305.6 with one to go.
James takes advantage with a nice reverse 3.5 somersaults and moves ahead of him on to 313.85.
16:06: Another really classy dive from Tom - he scores 94.35 for his forward 4.5 somersaults and he's up to 355.65. This is turning into a world class score.
16:02: That's probably Charlie's weakest so far as he receives 5s for his back 2.5 somersaults - 221.90 after nine dives.
Dan follows that with easily his best so far - 80.85 for his back 3.5 somersaults and he's on to 270.40.
16:01: More 9s for Tom - he's starting to really find his form now. 94.5 for his armstand back triple somersault and he's on to 261.3.
16:00: After a slow start, James Denny is picking up pace. He's now on 180.20 after receiving 7s for his back 2.5 somersaults, 2.5 twists.
15:59: Dan keeping a good level up - he's on to 189.5 overall after a good forward 3.5 somersaults.
15:55: First 10 of the whole Championships I think as Tom scores 91.2 for his inward 3.5 somersaults with tuck - he's up to 166.80 overall after two dives.
Dan second on 128.05, Charlie third on 124.40.
15:52: 7s for Tom's opener and he leads on 75.6 - Dan is second as James Denny's first dive went for 56.
15:51: Dan starts very nicely indeed with 73.6 for his back 2.5 somersaults, 1.5 twists.
15:45: Just the five competitors in this final so the chase for the medals will be intriguing. Tom dives fifth after winning the prelim.
Other competitors will be Sam Thornton, Charlie Wood, Dan Goodfellow and James Denny.
15:34: Men's 10m Platform final due to starting imminently! Very exciting.
15:19: First individual gold medal at senior national level for Grace Reid. Many congratulations. Alicia Blagg wins her third consecutive silver in this event and Becky Gallantree bronze.
Gallantree will be disappointed with that outcome but she has underlined her talent here in Plymouth with an impressive 316.70 to qualify for the final.
1. Grace Reid 296.55
2. Alicia Blagg 296.00
3. Rebecca Galantree 294.45
4. Lydia Rosenthall 271.50
5. Francesca Del Celo 267.50
6. Gemma McArthur 244.80
7. Katherine Torrance 242.80
8. Lois Toulson 235.40
15:18: Not to be for Becky either - she receives 57.00 for her final back 2.5 somersaults and ends up with 294.45 and bronze medal.
15:17: SO close but Alicia is just 0.55 short - a nice inward 2.5 somersaults to finish and she receives 63.45 taking her to 296.00 overall.
15:15: 271.5 for Lydia is a nice score for this final.
Grace finishes with 6.5s for her inward 2.5 somersaults and scores 296.55 overall - it's going to be close....
15:12: 6s for Alicia's reverse 2.5 somersaults piked and she's on to 232.55 - still trailing Grace.
Becky with 60.75 for her inward 2.5 somersaults means she's now into second on 237.45. It's so tight at the top between these three going into the final round.
15:10: 6.5s for Grace's forward 3.5 somersaults tucked - that gives her 57.4 for the dive and moves her on to 239.85 with one dive to go.
15:08: Another good dive from young Lydia Rosenthall - she scores 58.8 for her reverse 2.5 somersaults and she's up to 224.7. Could well stick in fourth with that.
15:07: Becky's forward 3.5 piked also doesn't quite come off for her and she's slipped to third behind Grace and Alicia on 176.7.
Two rounds remaining.
15:03: Alicia goes for forward 3.5 piked rather than tucked (from prelim) - it's more difficult and she doesn't quite pull it off as she scores 48.05 and is up to 180.05.
15:01: That's Grace's best dive of the competition - beautiful reverse 2.5 somersaults for 71.4 points and she's up to 182.45 and into bronze medal position.
15:00: Well done Lydia - 6.5s from all judges for her back 2.5 somersaults takes her to 165.90 after three dives.
14:59: 7.5s for Becky though - lovely reverse 2.5 somersaults for her and she moves on to 139.50. High class final so far.
14:58: Back 2.5 somersaults for Alicia goes for 6s and 7s - that gives her 61.5 for the dive and 132 for overall tally.
14:57: Grace Reid scores 57.4 for her second dive and she's 111.05 - definitely still in the mix for the medals at this early stage.
14:56: Another nice dive from Lydia - 7s for her forward 2.5 but it's a low difficulty dive so she only gets 49.2 for it. She's now on 111.30.
14:54: Becky follows suits with a 72 for the same dive. Great start to the competition from those two and they lead the way.
14:52: Alicia starts nicely as well with 8s for her forward 2.5 somersaults, 1 twist. She's away with 70.50.
14:50: Good start for Lydia Rosenthall - she scores 62.10 for her inward 2.5.
14:32: We're closing in on the women's 3m springboard final then. Starts at 14:45 - Rebecca Gallantree qualified first from the prelims with a very useful 316.70.
She's going for her fifth consecutive title here.
Training partner at City of Leeds, Alicia Blagg was second from the prelims and the only other entry to beat 300 - she pushed Becky all the way until that final round.
As for the third medal, Grace Reid won bronze in the 1m but qualified behind Frankie Del Celo and Katherine Torrance in the prelim so it's quite open.
13:57: That's your lot for this first session. Not long until the second session though - come back here in time for the restart of the live stream at 14:23.
13:47: Nice way for Yona and Matthew to finish - 78.12 for their forward 3.5 somersaults and they end up with 387.42... which isn't a bad tally at all. Would've won silver behind London 2012 Olympians Chris Mears and Nick Robinson-Baker at last year's British Champs.
Ashley and Freddie close with 69.30 for their forward 2.5 somersaults, 1 twist and score 344.82 overall. That's not too bad a score either to be fair to them so well done - would've won bronze last year.
13:45: One round to go - it's Yona and Matthew still in the lead on 309.30 and Ashley and Freddie trailing on 275.52.
13:38: Half way through this final and it's Yona and Matthew leading on 165.30. Ashley and Freddie are on 148.50.
13:34: Think we're just about ready to get started with this final. Bizarre situation that both entries are 'guest' entries so neither will be officialy crowned British champs.
Yona Knight-Wisdom is representing Jamaica (hence the 'guest' part) but diving with City of Leeds teammate Matthew Roberts.
Freddie Woodward (Sheffield) and Ashley Hendrick (Plymouth) were a late entry today (hence their 'guest' role) to give Yona and Matthew some competition.
13:16: Another short break before the men's 3m synchro final which starts at roughly 13:25.
13:09: Alicia with a nice finish as well to score 305.70 overall. She'll go through second behind teammate Becky with Katherine third overall. Top eight return this afternoon for the final at 14:45.
Here are the full results:
1. Rebecca Gallantree 316.70
2. Alicia Blagg 305.70
3. Katherine Torrance 253.70
4. Francesca Del Celo 253.25
5. Grace Reid 249.35
6. Lydia Rosenthall 243.15
7. Lois Toulson 241.80
8. Gemma McArthur 238.85
9. Kayleigh Sinclair 230.80
10. Georgia Ward 219.00
11. Clare Cryan 195.85
12. Ruby Bower 192.90
13:06: Grace Reid closes with 6s for her inward 2.5 somersaults and finishes her prelim on 249.35.
Becky with 7s for her back 2.5 somersaults means she finishes with a very useful 316.70.
13:04: 7s for Katherine's final dive as she finishes with 253.70. She'll be back this afternoon as well.
13:02: Frankie has finished with 6.5s for her back 2.5 somersaults in pike - she scores 253.25 overall which should be enough to see her return for this afternoon's final.
12:59: Becky and Alicia with similar scores for their fourth dives - Becky still just ahead as she's on 253.70 compared to Alicia's 251.70. They're a good 50 points clear of Katherine in third though.
12:58: Grace couldn't quite straighten from her tuck quick enough on that forward 3.5 somersaults and she slips behind Katherine overall - she's 199.40 after her four dives.
12:56: The minor placings are switching with every round here - Crystal Palace's Katherine Torrance does herself no harm at all with a good reverse 2.5 somersaults and she's up to 204.50 overall.
12:54: 6s for Frankie's reverse 2.5 somersaults and she's up to 196.25 with a dive to go.
12:52: 7s for Becky Gallantree's forward 3.5 somersaults and she's up to 195.65.
Alicia follows with the same dive and scores 8s! So she's up to 193.20. Both cruising through to the final at the minute. Grace is third on 161.60.
12:50: Bit of a messy reverse 2.5 somersaults from Grace - she receives 43.5 to move to 161.60 after three dives.
12:47: Gemma McArthur of Southampton is giving herself a decent chance of a final spot here - she's 145.25 after her opening three dives.
Lydia Rosenthall scores 57.4 for a nice back 2.5 somersaults so overtakes her on 158.35.
12:44: Just the 58.5 for Becky's reverse 2.5 somersaults so she's up to 129.00 overall. Alicia landsa a nice back 2.5 somersaults for 60 points so stays in second on 126.00.
12:43: Nice 7.5s for Grace Reid's back 2.5 somersaults and she receives 63.00 to move into first on 118.10.
12:40: Couple of weaker dives from Clare and Frankie to start the second round but Lydia Rosenthall moves past 100 points - she's on 100.95 after two dives.
12:38: Great start from Becky Gallantree - 8s for her forward 2.5 somersaults, 1 twists and she's on to 70.50.
Alicia Blagg follows that with 7s for hers and she's second on 66.00.
12:35: A nice inward 2.5 somersaults from Lydia Rosenthall elevates her above Del Celo with 55.35.
Grace Reid starts with a 55.10 for her reverse 1.5 somersaults, 2.5 twists.
12:33: Frankie Del Celo kicks off with 52.65 for her inward 2.5 somersaults with tuck and leads the first few divers.
12:23: We're just about ready to get started here - top eight divers through from the 12 entries. Clare Cryan goes first, Grace Reid eighth, Becky Gallantree 10th and Alicia Blagg 11th.
11:55: Who's in action in the women's 3m springboard? Well defending champion Rebecca Gallantree is the most experienced competitor in the field and will be going for a fifth consecutive gold in this event.
Her City of Leeds training partner Alicia Blagg set a personal best to win 1m Springboard gold on the opening day and joined up with Gallantree for 3m Synchro gold yesterday.
Here's what Blagg had to say after her 1m gold:
11:46: There's about 45 minutes until the start of the women's 3m preliminaries which start at 12:25.
11:44: So Tom Daley leads the way as expected ahead of James Denny and Dan Goodfellow. Sam Thornton and Charlie Wood were the other two competitors who will return tonight as all their dives are from the top 10m board.
1. Tom Daley 502.50
2. James Denny 351.40
3. Daniel Goodfellow 346.65
4. Charlie Wood 331.85
5. Matthew Dixon 327.85
6. Sam Thornton 323.50
7. Danny Bates 292.85
8. William Hallam 275.25
9. Alastair Khakoo 257.55
11:41: Great way for Tom to finish - 9s for his reverse 3.5 somersaults and he wins the prelim on 502.50. Not too bad for someone suffering from illness!
Dan ends with a bit of a splash as well unfortunately - 23.10 for his reverse 3.5 somersault. He ranks third overall on 346.65.
11:40: James taking on the forward 4.5 somersaults as well to finish - didn't quite nail it and receives 4s so he finishes on 351.40 - he'll have another go at that one tonight.
11:37: Sam Thornton brings his prelim to a close on 323.50. All the senior divers competing all their dives from the 10m Platform will return to tonight's final because there are only five of them!
So Sam will be back for another go tonight.
11:36: More of the same from Tom and Dan - consistent in their fifth dives and they stay in first and second on 413.40 and 323.55 respectively. James remains in third.
11:34: James Denny passes the 300 mark on his fifth dive - he's up to 307.00.
11:28: Lovely front 4.5 - scores 8s for it and a total of 92.50. World class effort from Tom and he's on to 330.60 after four dives.
7s for Dan and he consolidates second place on 256.35.
11:27: 7s again for James Denny on his armstand back 3 somersaults - he receives 69.30 and is up to 244.30.
11:21: 8s and 7.5s for Tom's armstand back 3 somersaults. He's 238.10 at the half-way stage.
Good third dive from Dan Goodfellow as well - 7.5s for his forward 3.5 somersaults and he's back on track and into second on 187.05.
11:16: Sam Thornton continues to look solid - he's up to 182.05 after his first three dives. He's the most consistent of the chasing pack at the moment and lies second.
11:13: Lovely inward 3.5 somersaults for 8s from Tom - he scores 78.40 for it and he's up to 157.60.
11:09: 7s for Tom Daley as well on his first dive - back 2.5 somersaults, 2.5 twists - and he leads after the first round on 79.20.
Dan Goodfellow with a nice back 2.5 somersaults, 1.5 twists and he's second on 72.00.
11:07: No problems for James Denny's opener - he scores 7s for his inward 3.5 somersaults and moves on to 68.80.
11:03: Sam Thornton is the first diver away and he starts with a beautiful reverse 2.5 somersaults for 67.50.
Tom is due to dive eighth and Dan ninth.
10:27: So, coming up first we have nine divers in the men's 10m platform. Tom Daley is defending his title - he's admitted to suffering from a cold this last week but didn't want to miss the first senior nationals in the refurbished Plymouth Life Centre - his training pool.
Dan Goodfellow won his first senior individual national medal yesterday with 3m Springboard bronze and he may well fancy his chances of reaching another podium now.
James Denny won bronze last year and will look to make the medals again.
09:43: Good morning from the final day in Plymouth. Just two sessions today to close the meet. Prelims of the men's 10m, women's 3m and men's 3m synchro final in the first session from 11:00.
Then the second session is the individual finals for the men's 10m and women's 3m. Live stream starts just before 11 but I'll be keeping you up to date with text updates throughout the day.