Students from schools across the Coast participated in a Central Coast Dance Spectacular during the NRL Round 12 clash between the Roosters and the Titans, held at Central Coast Stadium on May 26.
Students from seven schools took to the field and performed before kick-off. Choreographed and produced by Roosters’ Dance Director, Ms Robyn Parras, the children had six weeks of preparation leading up to the match to perfect the routine. “Numerous weekly rehearsals held by their school teachers is what it took to perfect the choreography and be ready to perform,” Ms Parras said. “The whole day proved to be a great success.
“The performance was a fantastic spectacle to watch, with all children proudly wearing the red, white, and blue to represent the Tricolours. “The students and teachers did an outstanding job in perfecting the routine in a relatively short amount of time. “I couldn’t be prouder,” she said. “The children have told me they are already excited for our game on the Central Coast in 2019,” Ms Parras added. The number featured students from Lisarow High School, St Cecilia’s Wyong, Our Lady of the Rosary Wyoming, St Mary’s Toukley, Somersby Public School, St Peters Catholic College, and Brisbane Water Secondary College, Woy Woy.
Source: Media release, May 30 Sydney Roosters Media