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Cheerleaders hit all the right notes


A cheerleading club from Brimscombe is hitting all the right notes.

LCS Cheerleading was founded in 2014 by Louise Sweetland, the baton has been taken up by her daughter Beth, who is now head coach.

The club train at Brimscombe Primary School and can be seen in action at Brimfest, performing at the Brimscombe School fete on June 25th and at Victory Park on August 14th, hosted by Cainscross Town Council.

“LCS Cheerleading has been running for 8 years,” said Beth. “W closed during the lockdown but reopened our training in April last year with hard measures in place, which was hard for the cheerleaders, and then we had some good news of no restrictions which meant our cheerleaders and us coaches could get back to some kind of normal.”

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LCS returned to competitive action earlier this month and took 30 cheerleaders to Hartpury University, with 8 routines with ages from 5 to sixty.

Results: Team Ignite (Under 7’s) Pom routine – 3rd Place, Team Flame (under 12’s) Pom Routine – 2nd Place, Group Stunt – 2nd Place, Team Blaze (Under 18’s) Cheerleading Routine – 1st Place, Group Stunt – 4th Place, Team Inferno (adults) Pom Routine – 1st Place, Group Stunt 1 – 2nd Place and Group Stunt 2 – 1st Place.

More club details can be found by visiting Facebook @LCS Cheerleading or by calling 07462464246.

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