Woodlands dance coach to lead TASOCS United team to DrillDance Australia Championships

The TASOCS United team will represent WA in the DrillDance Australian Championships led by coach Laurine Baggott (far right).
The TASOCS United team will represent WA in the DrillDance Australian Championships led by coach Laurine Baggott (far right).

WOODLANDS coach Laurine Baggott is leading her team to the DrillDance Australian Championships.

The TASOCS United team will head to Tasmania for the competition after the winning the State Championships for best technical and thematic drill routines in the masters category.

Technical routines are set drills and formations judged on execution, timing and formations while thematic routines are judged on appropriate costume, steps and actions to selected music.

Ms Baggott said the seven-member team was focused on preparing for the championships, which they finished as runners up in last year.

“I expect we will do very well in the competition, this means that provided we execute our performances exactly as we’ve trained them, then I will be happy no matter what the outcome,” she said.

“Placing in the top three teams is just a bonus of having done your best performance of the season.”

The team is also recruiting new members for the 2018-19 season; call 0418 928 724 or email laurine@tasocs.com.au.

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