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Monday 13th of May 2013, 14:48
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Wed 18th Sep 2019, 21:49
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In response to: Irish Cheer Uniforms Help!
Wed 18th Sep 2019, 21:22
Hi, my university is setting up a cheerleading team and is looking for a supplier of uniforms. Any suggestions on quality, affordable stockists that would make custom uniforms and deliver to Ireland. Thanks in advance!
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Wed 18th Sep 2019, 14:36
I do feel that stacked teams are grossly unfair, it's hard for EPs to enforce without some sort of registration system though. If the teams are competing at the same event then it's easy to spot if an athlete was on the mat in another level. If they did L1 at a comp one week and then went to a different EP 2 weeks later with a L5 team then how do you police that? It's impossible without an ID System in place. You have to trust the integrity of the club and unfortunately some are just trophy hunting. Maybe a 10% rule in the same discipline as above.
In response to: Crossovers
Wed 18th Sep 2019, 12:23
happened a lot at my daughters old gym. we moved and its much better here xx
In response to: Cliques at cheer
Wed 18th Sep 2019, 10:20
Thanks glad to know it happens everywhere! But it’s soul destroying watching kids tear kids down thanks to their parents unlike for you or being stuck up! It’s the latter in this case!
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