Champion effort by baton twirlers
PUBLISHED: 12:41 28 May 2009 | UPDATED: 13:59 03 July 2010
FOUR members of Cliffside Royalettes Baton Twirling Club took part in the British Baton Twirling Sports Association Individual national finals in Portsmouth.
FOUR members of Cliffside Royalettes Baton Twirling Club took part in the British Baton Twirling Sports Association Individual national finals in Portsmouth. The weekend was a great success with 18 top seven places gained, including four national championships.
Hannah Bailey gained first place in senior one novice dance twirl and in two baton, fourth in fancy strut and fifth in solo twirl.
Abbie McWilliam gained first place in senior two advanced dance twirl a second in P and P, fourth in fancy strut, fifth in basic strut and sixth in solo twirl.
Jade Morgan (not pictured) also achieved a first place in senior two advanced P and P, a third in dance twirl, fourth in solo twirl, fourth in basic strut and sixth in fancy strut.
Amy McWilliam competing in a very strong adult advanced section gained third in basic strut, fifth in P and P, sixth in solo twirl and sixth in fancy strut.
This has been another successful year in competition for the club and their coach Clare Utting. New members are always welcome and anyone wishing to join should contact Sue McWilliam on 01493 662853 or visit the website Cliffsideroyalettes.co.uk
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