PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: Energisers rehearsed in front of their St Brigid’s College peers on Thursday ahead of the Schoolaerobics State Championships in Geelong on Sunday. Picture: PAUL CARRACHERST BRIGID’S College will send three teams to the Schoolaerobics State Championships in Geelong on Sunday.
Energetic Stars will compete in stage two and Enerjets and Energisers in stage one open.
The Stars won the stage one state title in 2011 and have won their six competitions to date.
The Stars are made up of year 11 students, the Energisers of students in years eight to 10 and the Enerjets of year seven and eight students.
St Brigid’s College co-coach Amanda Wik said all three teams were realistic chances of earning a call-up to the Schoolaerobics National Championships in Sydney in August.
The winning state championship team from each section earns automatic entry to the nationals, while judges use their discretion, taking into account team scores, to invite other teams.
“All the teams have trained really hard since the preliminary finals five weeks ago,” Wik said.
“We are hoping all teams medal and progress to the national championships.”
Wik said teams were quietly confident.
“The Stars are extra nervous because they have won six out of six,” she said.
Wik said the teams wanted to thank St Brigid’s College, parents and sponsors.
“They’ve made this all possible and it’s been a fun journey to get to the state championships,” she said.
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