Western Dance Force looks forward to more trophies in 2018.

PUBLISHED: 17:00 05 January 2018

Western Dance Force, based in Exmouth, had another successful year in 2017.

Western Dance Force, based in Exmouth, had another successful year in 2017.

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After a successful 2017, Exmouth dance group Western Dance Force is hoping for a repeat in 2018.

An Exmouth dance group is looking forward to another successful year after a trophy-laden 2017.

Western Dance Force, which has members between the ages of eight and 18, picked up numerous awards through the last 12 months in national and international events.

Sian-Leigh Moyle won the youth freestyle title and overall champion of champions’ prize at the British Isles championship. She was also a runner-up in the youth premiership slow dance competition.

At the world championships, Sian-Leigh finished third in the slow dance solos.

Alongside partner Jade Thomas, Sian-Leigh also picked up pairs’ titles in freestyle and slow dance and the duo were also runners up in the world freestyle adult pairs.

Jade herself has pick up freestyle and slow dance titles at the British Isles championships.

Charley Tyrrell also got a sixth place at the world freestyle pairs alongside Carli Shaw and fifth place in the world slow dance solos.

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