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Monday 13th of May 2013, 14:48
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Thu 14th Nov 2019, 06:23
I agree the training should be split between the north & south of the country. If it’s a national team but all the training is down south no wonder they don’t get that much support or involvement from northern teams.
In response to: Team England tryouts
Wed 13th Nov 2019, 16:34
My unis rec team performed sideline at uni and sometimes professional basketball games and had a routine for half time (sort of a level 1/2 pom and cheer mix to make sure everyone could be involved safely). Juts a bit of something for everyone really, it depends on your athletes
In response to: Recreational uni cheer
Wed 13th Nov 2019, 15:08
I know a few university teams who have competitive teams, and then for those not wanting to compete they'll do sideline/match day cheer, slightly more recreational and you can teach all elements, pom/stunt/tumble without the stress of competitive routines etc.
In response to: Recreational uni cheer
Wed 13th Nov 2019, 14:37
Just wondering for rec teams, what sort of things do you do? Do you work towards a performance? Do you do sideline cheer, etc?
In response to: Recreational uni cheer
Wed 13th Nov 2019, 13:38
You can email the admin or use the facebook group message
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