Unfortunately, I didn't have a source on the ground tonight but GA elves were dutifully keeping us updated at Facebook.
A hearty congratulations to Victoria, who have taken top honours in the junior and senior team events.
Chloe Sims showed she's not to be counted out just yet, seemingly showing up her Queensland compatriate Larrissa Miller on bars (this could get awkward!) and rocking double fronts like they're singles.
Lauren Mitchell debuted her new floor routine on home soil, albeit with some opening night nerves. Wonder what the audience made of it...
I am particularly interested to see Miller's beam, as it gained a very positive review from the quickhitters. And I'm excited Mez Monckton seemed to do so well on bars!
Stay tuned for media morsels!
ETA: Houston, we have media morsels!
Lauren leads the senior AA standings after day one, with Georgia-Rose Brown in second and Chloe Sims nipping at their toes in third. Another Georgia is impressing the judges, with Queenslander Georgia Godwin leading junior standings, flanked by jetsetters Alex Eade and Emma Nedov.