Essex cheerleaders celebrate

PUBLISHED: 11:34 07 August 2008 | UPDATED: 07:04 30 May 2010

Rumblebees take part in World Championships.
Great Dunmow.
July 28, 2008.
Photograph by Michael Boyton.
Pic shows: Squad members with their trophies.

Rumblebees take part in World Championships. Great Dunmow. July 28, 2008. Photograph by Michael Boyton. Pic shows: Squad members with their trophies.

DUNMOW S cheerleaders continue to rumble on taking home lots of prizes from the International Cheerleading Championships in July. The group, led by Chairman Fiona Messer, went to the Telford International Arena on July 25 to July 27 and came back with a

DUNMOW'S cheerleaders continue to 'rumble on' taking home lots of prizes from the International Cheerleading Championships in July.

The group, led by Chairman Fiona Messer, went to the Telford International Arena on July 25 to July 27 and came back with an impressive haul of medals.

The girls and boys, aged six to 18 were placed in the top five in five categories that they entered. The results were:

fifth in Peewee Level two;

fourth in Junior Group Stunt;

third in Senior Stunt;

second in Junior Co-Ed Level three; and

first in Senior Co-Ed Level two.

Following their success in competing against 74 other teams, the group also appeared on Channel Five news. Mrs Messer is very proud of them. "We have qualified to compete in the USA, in Florida, next year," she said.

"But we can only consider taking the teams such a long way if we can get a sponsor. We are so proud of our achievement in Telford, that we would love the opportunity to top it in America."

If you would like to sponsor the Rumblebees on their next adventure, call 01371 870739.


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