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Recreational, Development and Competitive Squads
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WOLVERINES QUEENS & ROGUE WIN ICC BID ENTRY

Basingstoke Wolverines made the long journey to the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham to compete in the National Competition the ICC British Open which brings together the very best in UK Cheer.

The first squad to hit the floor on day 1 were Mystique (Youth Level 1 Small). This was only the second competition for the majority of these athletes which are new to cheerleading and yet again they hit a clean performance hitting zero deductions and finishing 5th place out of 13 squads. The second squad to hit the floor were Prodigy (Youth Level 2 Small). This was the second competition for this squad since stepping up into Level 2 and they held their own finishing 5th place out of 7 squads in an incredibly tough division.

It was an early start on day 2 for Queens (Senior Level 2 Small). However the early start never affected them and they pulled out one of the sassiest routines of the weekend which did not go unnoticed by the crowd and competitors and finished in 3rd place out of 15 squads and winning a BID ENTRY into the ICC Battle of the Champions next year. This competition is invite only bringing the best of the best the country has to offer to compete against each other.

Next to hit the floor was Storm (Senior Level 1 Small). They were in a very tough division and finished in 7th place out of 9th squads hitting zero deductions. Finally it was the turn of Rogue (Senior Coed Level 3) who due to an injury last week had to have two new members learn the entire routine in one session. They pulled off a professional performance finishing 4th place out of 6th and only 0.3 points behind 3rd and winning a BID ENTRY into the ICC Battle of the Champions next year.

Kayleigh Fennell, Head Coach at Basingstoke Wolverines said: "I am so proud of every athlete that stepped onto that Mat this weekend. We continue to showcase the talent Basingstoke and surrounding areas has to offer at the most competitive competitions this country has. Seeing the athletes gain new skills and confidence weekly is an absolute pleasure for me to see as a coach and I cannot wait to see what the future holds"

The programme and squads are getting stronger and larger with new athletes signing up for our development squad Shadowcats which enables athletes to gain and learn new skills and gain confidence before deciding whether to join a competitive squad.

The club trains five times a week at Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday's and Friday’s with times depending on squads. Shadowcats (Recreational Development Squad), Mystique (Youth Level 1), Prodigy (Youth Level 2), Storm (Senior Level 1), Queens (Senior Level 2) and Rogue (Senior Coed Level 3)

New members are always welcome, no experience required - To book a free taster session or if you would like some more information, contact the club via their website - www.cheerbasingstoke.co.uk or email hello@cheerbasingstoke.co.uk or call 07762 770999.
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Alot to cheer for Wolverines

The Basingstoke Wolverines are the longest running competitive cheerleading squad in North Hampshire and attended their first competition of the season at Legacy Cheer & Dance, Copperbox Arena, London. The Allstar Cheer Squad took a total of 5 teams to compete at Levels 1, 2 and 3

Mystique are the youngest of the Basingstoke Wolverines Cheer Squads (aged 5 to 11) and competed at Youth Level 1. This was the first ever competition for 10 out of the 13 athletes and they showed no nerves to hit their routine and finished 2nd out of 7 teams in their division and hit Zero Deductions.

Prodigy are the youngest of the Basingstoke Wolverines Cheer Squads (aged 5 to 11) and competed at Youth Level 2. The squad hit a fast clean routine and finished 3rd out of 9 teams in their division.

Storm are the eldest of the Basingstoke Wolverines Cheer Squads (aged 12+) and competed at Senior Level 1. They competed in a hard division and finished 4th out of 11 teams in their division

Queens are the newest formed team in the Wolverines (aged 12+) and competed at Senior Level 2. They pulled off the performance of the weekend finishing 2nd out of 9 teams in their division and hit Zero Deductions.

Rogue are the eldest of the Wolverines (aged 12+) and competed at Senior COED Level 3. This was by far the hardest competition of the weekend and Rogue smashed it and finished in 1st place out of 4 teams and becoming division champions.

Kayleigh Fennell, Head Coach at Basingstoke Wolverines said: "I could not be prouder of these athletes. We entered 3 new divisions this season where we placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd and had a high influx of brand new athletes that could not of made us prouder. These results reflect what a fantastically hard working and competitive club we have and this stems down to the athletes work ethic and the amazing job our volunteers and coaches do"

The programme and squads are getting stronger and larger with new athletes signing up for our development squad Shadowcats which enables athletes to gain and learn new skills and gain confidence before deciding whether to join a competitive squad.

The club trains five times a week at Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday's and Friday’s with times depending on squads.

Mid Season Tryouts are now open and new members are always welcome, no experience required - To book a free taster session or if you would like some more information, contact the club via their website -www.cheerbasingstoke.co.uk or email hello@cheerbasingstoke.co.uk or call 07762 770999.
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Weʼre raising £1,500 to help fund an air track for my daughters cheerleading squad (The Basingstoke Wolverines) who are a non for profit organisation

We are in need of an Air Track so the athletes can enhance their skills for competitions and learn techniques without causing injuries. We are planning to turn this club into a charity in the next few months and we will then be fundraising for our own premises to increase the squad numbers and increase the training space we require.

We do alot more fundraising events like bag and packs, fete's and sponsored walks but we need your help to raise much needed funds throughout the year.

Please visit our website at www.cheerbasingstoke.co.uk to see more details about the club and what events we also support throughout the year.

Click the following link to Donate - https://crowdfunding.justgiving.com/basingstokewolverines

Your donations are greatly appreciated and we thank you for taking time to read this.

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The Basingstoke Wolverines Cheerleading Squad took three squads to Nottingham to compete in the ICC British Open with a total of 45 athletes and their second competition of the season. This was by far the hardest competition that they will compete in this season and the standard was incredible, competitors team programmes delivered outstanding routines with some incredible unique and innovative performances.

The Wolverines youngest squad Mystique comprising of girls aged 5 to 11 with an average age of 9 competed at Youth Level 1 Small Division and finish in 5th place out of 12 teams and achieved their weekend goal of 0 point deductions. This was another great result for Mystique against the best teams in the country with long established squads.

Storm squad made up of girls from 12 years plus competed at Senior Level 1 Small Division and finished in 5th place out of 6 teams. The girls pulled out a fantastic routine and performance but the competition was just too good for the squad to place any higher.

Rogue squad made up of girls up to 14 years of age competed at Junior Level 2 Small Division and finished in 7th place out of 9 teams. This was only the second performance from the new squad rogue and they completed a fantastic routine with 0 point deductions.

The squads always push themselves to compete against the best and this can only make them stronger and better for the future and they are working hard in training to get ready for their next competition in June at Jamfest Europe, Liverpool.

Chloe Pullen, Assistant Coach at Basingstoke Wolverines said "I'm so proud of all 3 teams this weekend, we attended one of the hardest competitions we've ever been to and all 3 squads held their own and hit their routines! With two teams hitting zero deductions! I'm unbelievably proud of all the girls and can't wait for the next one!"

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Senior Development Squad for athletes aged 12 plus, the club trains three times a week at Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College on Monday's, Wednesday's and Thursday's with times depending on squads.

New members are always welcome - To book a free taster session or if you like some more information, contact the club via their website - www.cheerbasingstoke.co.uk or email hello@cheerbasingstoke.co.uk or call 07762 770999

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