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VIDEO: Local top drummies set for nationals

St Dominic’s ‘Saintees’ (primary school) will be defending its National Championship title after it emerged the winner at the championships held in Durban last year.

Superb performances by local drummies at the provincial majorette championships, held in Boksburg, opened the doors for their teams to represent Gauteng at the national championships.

The provincial contest, which presented a carnival atmosphere for all attendees, was hosted by the St Dominic’s Catholic School for Girls on June 1.

A total of 26 majorette and cheerleading teams from various parts of the region gathered at the school to compete in this year’s Gauteng majorette and cheerleading championships.
The joy was palpable as these teams vied for the top spots in the contest.


Various teams displayed their talents ate the provincial majorette championships held at St Dominic’s School on June 1.

Results
During the provincial contest, St Dom’s drummies clinched the top spots in both the senior and junior school categories.
The winners were:
Senior school category: First: St Dominic’s ‘Saints’; Second: Edenglen; Third: Sir John Adamson.
Primary school category, the Gauteng Champion of Champion Majorette results were: First: St Dominic’s ‘Saintees’; Second: Bernard Isaacs; Third (tie): Curro Helderwyk and CTF Navy.

The winning teams are coached by Alisha Venter, Matthew Higgs, Natalie Brink, Zoe Pretorius and Rabi Mobeng.
“St Dominic’s’ impressive performance in both categories cemented their position as a force to be reckoned with in the world of majorette and cheerleading. Congratulations to all participating teams on their outstanding achievements,” said the school management.

The top qualifying teams will now be invited to compete against the other provinces in the South African Majorette and Cheerleading Association (SAMCA)’s Nationals, to be held in Cape Town this September.
St Dominic’s ‘Saintees’ (primary school) will be defending its National Championship title after it emerged the winner at the championships held in Durban last year. St Dominic’s ‘Saints’ (High School) came second overall last year.

Various teams displayed their talents ate the provincial majorette championships held at St Dominic’s School on June 1.
Parents Anja van der Waat and friends, Nicoline Spangenberg and her husband Donovan, came to support their children who go to St Dominic’s.
Parents, pupils and teachers converged at the event for the annual Gauteng majorette and cheerleading championships to show their support. Seen here are Ntombi Makhoere, Constance Kokoane, Rosina Mlambo, and Kwezi Shabalala.
Various teams displayed their talents ate the provincial majorette championships held at St Dominic’s School on June 1.
Audrey Chawane and her girls, Naledi and Ntokozo Nxumalo, hailed the Edenglen Drummies for their great performance.
Parents Ntombi Makhoere and Rosina Mlambo thanked the drummies for the joy they brought them while they were watching them perform.
St Dominic’s Catholic School for Girls management thanked their drum majorettes for putting in a lot of effort in preparing for the event and is confident that they will do their best at nationals.
Provincial majorette championships were held at St Dominic’s School on June 1.
Various teams displayed their talents ate the provincial majorette championships held at St Dominic’s School on June 1.
St Dominic’s is among the winning schools that will represent the province in the national championships.
St Dominic’s drummies clinched the top spots in Gauteng majorette and cheerleading championships.
Various teams showcased their skills at the provincial majorette championships held at St Dominic’s School on June 1.
Schools from various parts of the region gathered to compete in the provincial majorette and cheerleading championships.

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