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Stepping in time: St Theresa's School aerobics teams The Red Cancan Capers and
Flower Power will take to the stage on Sunday as part of the BNZ Aerobics and Hip
Hop festival. From the back left, Ruby Dempster, 11, Pippa O'Connell, 11, Bellah
Crawford, 10, and from the front left, Sophie Hartmann, 9, Brydie Andrews, 9, Kendyl
Hair, 9, and Macenzie Brazier, 8.
Pupils ready to
Young dancers set to shine
What: BNZ Aerobics and Hip Hop
When: Sunday, 9am.
Where: Civic Theatre.
How much? $5 entry.
Hundreds of Southland children will
dance their way to glory on Sunday
and if St Theresa's teams are
anything to go by, it will be a blast.
Months of practice will come
together for many schools at Civic
Theatre as part of the BNZ Aerobics
and Hip Hop Festival.
The annual event will see 68
different performances take to the
stage in front of judges Waine
Harding, Wendy Harding and Lou
Horo in the hope of making it to the
St Theresa's School has a flash
record when it comes to the
Last year one of their teams won the
national title and this year they are
hoping to do the same.
Pupil Ruby Dempster, 11, said they
thought their biggest competition
would be St Josephs but they were
hopeful to repeat their success last
The girls had been practising for the
past two months and though it had
been hard, their teacher Diane Tait
had given them lots of jellybeans and
chocolate to get them through, she
''It's going to be exciting, we are
going to have lots of fun.''
The school would be entering six
teams in the competition, including
an entirely male team.
The pupils all had high hopes, and it
was a fantastic opportunity for them
to do something fun while exercis-
ing, Mrs Tait said.
Other teachers agree, with the
festival thriving every year, Sport
Southland sport adviser Brittany
''It is fantastic to see such high
numbers of participants lining up for
the festival, particularly in the
Mates in mud: It is tough competition at the Ki O Rahi tournament on Tuesday as
Southland high schools battle at Turnbull Thomson Park. Gore High School pupil
Callum Carter and Southland Boys' High School Josh Keenan compete in the mud as a
part of the 26 teams entered from 14 different high schools. The traditional Maori
game is likely to grow with a six-week tournament for schools in Invercargill planned
Photo: ROBYN EDIE 628065591
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