Established 13 years ago, RGU Cheerleading has since became one of the largest clubs in RGU. Each year we welcome a large number of freshers from all ranges of experience. This experience includes Team Scotland, Team GB, and All Star History, although experience is not required. Cheerleading is now recognised as an SSS club and last year they won all 3 competitions they were entered into which included the Scottish and British Championships.
We have two competitive teams, Level 1 & 2 and a non competitive showcase team. Along side the 3 teams we offer stunt groups, duets and solo opportunity’s. The club is extremely social with events every week, monthly team meals, a large number of fundraising events.
If your looking for a club to join, have fun, keep fit and make long lasting friendships then RGU Cheer is for you!
President: Mark Joseph
Vice-President: Zoe Clark
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