Moller Majorettes, team
Formal group photograph of the fourteen members of the Moller Majorettes marching team. The young women are posed in two loose rows with their many trophies and shields laid out in front of them. The marchers wear their formal uniform of yellow, black and red tartan kilts and hats, black blazers with medals on the lapels, white shirts, red ties, belts and gloves and white boots. The marchers also wear red aprons displaying medals. The coach and chaperone are wearing the team's travelling uniform of red blazers over patterned dresses. In the back row are, from left to right, Donna Lynch, Eileen Hall, Carolyn Shaw, Tracey Budd, Debbis Bendall, Leonie Carr and Debora Gyde. In the front row are, from left to right, Lorraine Rau (Chaperone), Helen Bull, Julie Smith, Julie Briscoe (Leader, seated), Karen Bull, Glenda Briscoe and Margaret Briscoe (Coach). The Moller Majorettes won the New Zealand Marching Championships in 1981 and represented New Zealand at the inter-dominion competition in Australia.
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