Twisting the night away

Pictured are members of the St Neots Sentinels majorette troupe after their annual in-house competition held at the Bushmead School. Five categories were contested at the event, ranging from Miss Pee Wee to Miss Senior and all categories were fiercely-con

Pictured are members of the St Neots Sentinels majorette troupe after their annual in-house competition held at the Bushmead School.

Five categories were contested at the event, ranging from Miss Pee Wee to Miss Senior and all categories were fiercely-contested with four placings on offer.

Judges from another St Neots majorette troupe were called in to ensure fair play and give the competition an extra edge.

It was also announced at the evening which majorette from each age group would represent the troupe at exhibitions in 2007.


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Lisa Dwnie (Pee Wee), Rhiannan Kavenaugh (Juvenile), Karen Campbell (Junior), Emma Cole (Senior) were chosen while Charlotte Swan was named majorette of the year.

The military marching award went to Amy Bates with a special award presented to Chloe Gibson.

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