Stotfold’s talented teen twirlers triumph
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Members of the Stotfold Twirlers have been busy picking up team and individual awards again this month.
The talented teen baton twirlers competed in the British Open achieving success and plaudits.
Victoria Salisbury 17, Mila Crook 16, Grace Endersby 10 and Amber Maving 14 represented the team with the two eldest girls taking gold as part of the national squad.
With Grace being part of the Little Divas National squad that also took first place in their competition it was a successful weekend all round.
Stotfold Twirlers principal Sonia Crook told the Comet: “It was a great weekend for all these girls, they’ve worked hard and deserve
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“We are so proud of these girls and what they are achieving.”
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Next stop for Victoria, Mila and Amber is the World International cup in Croatia in August.