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The Blue Belles.


Life President
Dec 10, 2006
I thought I'd watch the half time kick about between our young subs. The weather was horrendous with driving rain and blowing the expected gale. I couldn't believe it when The Blue Belles still came out to do their routine. Obviously, cold, wet, weather beaten........but they were fantastic. They gave it everything, every one of them. The music was good, but they were brilliant with a great routine. Timing, brilliant. I know they practice very hard, and it showed, ready for each home match. Well done girls. I'm sorry, but I'm going to have to mark every one of you 10 out of 10. The sad thing was that only a handful of us in the East Stand clapped them off. We take them for granted, and really should appreciate them more.