JUST CHEER

A cheer routine involves creating a fast paced performance (set to music) incorporating motions and dance, tumbling, jumps, stunts and pyramids. Teams may choose to compete in Level 1, 2, 3, 4, 4.2 or 5. Level 4.2.

Special Needs Cheer - The Special Needs Cheer Category has been developed for athletes with an intellectual disability or cognitive delay. This category allows these athletes to gain a sense of achievement and perform read more...

Just Dance

JUST DANCE

A Pom routine incorporates the use of poms throughout a fast paced dance routine. Sharp motions, formations, leaps, jumps, turns and kicks are also emphasised.

Jazz- A Jazz routine incorporates stylised dance movements and combinations, formation changes, group work, leaps and turns. Emphasis is placed on proper technical execution, control, body placement and team uniformity.
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EVENTS

EVENTS

Cheerleading began as a way to encourage sports teams to do their best and, believe it or not, males were the only ones who were allowed to participate in this activity. Today, however, it is considered a sport in its own right and team memberships are no longer limited to boys- in fact girls make up over 80% of membership!

Over the years, this fun activity has become so popular across the globe
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