A Powys town’s cheerleading team has been shortlisted for a number of national awards

LLANIDLOES Dragonettes have been nominated for three prestigious awards at the Sport Cheer Wales Awards to be presented in January.

Bex Jones is among the contenders for Coach of the Year and Inspiration of the Year awards as the coaching team competes for the inclusiveness award.

The Dragonettes Club was formed in 2010 as part of the now defunct Llanidloes Gymnastics Club

In 2019, the Dragonettes moved into their own building and founded the cheer and dance studio with 24 cheerleaders

They now have over 200 cheerleaders and tumblers and host year-round sessions with a team of volunteer coaches with five competitive teams and many recreational teams cheering at Mardi Gras fairs and events across the country.

Over the years the club have won many titles and have been Grand Cheer Champions in Mid Wales for five consecutive years, as well as title wins in South Wales and the English Midlands.

Manager Bex Jones has also been named Montgomeryshire Manager of the Year in the past

This year they travel to the Nationals in Manchester to aim for a national title on December 3rd with more than 100 kids, 80 fans and three coaches booked for the trip.

Bex said: “As a club to be nominated for a national award we are completely overwhelmed and to receive three nominations has been overwhelming.

“After going through the toughest two years with Covid and thousands of Zoom calls the entire team has kept the entire Dragon Army going.

“I’m honored to be nominated for Coach of the Year and an Inspiration Award, but it’s all about the team. I am particularly pleased that the team was nominated for an inclusiveness award as they work so hard to ensure that every child who walks through the door benefits is part of the Dragon Army family and even if they leave we will always be there for them be.”

What is the capital of Powys?

Kingdom of Powys Teyrnas Powys
capital cityCaer Guricon, Pengwern, Mathrafal, Welshpool, Chester
Common LanguagesWelsh
religionCeltic Christianity
governmentmonarchy

What is the largest town in Powys? The largest cities are Newtown, Ystradgynlais, Brecon, Welshpool, Llandrindod Wells and Knighton. To see also : No Sweatpants in Public: Inside the Rule Books for N.F.L. Cheerleaders (Published 2018).

What does powys mean in Welsh? Powys (countable and uncountable, plural Powyses) A ​​principal area and preserved county of Wales, seat of Llandrindod Wells. A Welsh surname.

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Let’s take a look at the six cities in Wales: Bangor, Cardiff, Newport, St Asaph, St Davids and Swansea. Read also : Patriots Cheerleaders 2021 Day of Service.

How many official cities are there in Wales? There are currently seven towns in Wales, with Wrexham being the last to receive official status on 1 September 2022.

What are the 7 cities in Wales? Welsh towns

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  • Newport. Population: 151,500. …
  • St. Asaph. Population: 3,500. …
  • St David’s. Population: 1,840. …
  • Swan Lake. Population: 245,480.

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