Mariners learn dance moves with students

Kye Rowles and Liam Rose with the Peninsula Pacific Island Group. Image; Woy Woy South Public School Kye Rowles and Liam Rose with the Peninsula Pacific Island Group. Image; Woy Woy South Public School

Two Central Coast Mariners players have visited Woy Woy South Public School to learn together with students traditional Polynesian dances taught by the Peninsula Pacific Island Group.

Liam Rose and Kye Rowles visited the school on Harmony Day, March 21, and were instructed by members of the group in traditional dance moves. They were then challenged to perform the moves they learned on the day in a performance with their dancer mentors. Students from Woy Woy South had an enjoyable time watching the Mariners and learning some moves themselves. The group also got to perform at the Mariners’ home game on March 24.

SOURCE: Newsletter, 28 Mar 2018 Matt Barr, Woy Woy South Public School

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