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DANCERS HAVE A BALL TO REACH ANOTHER NATIONAL FINAL.

STEPPING OUT: Ballroom dancers from Wirral's Merrall School of Dancing are through to the national finals for the eleventh year running. The school, with studios in Heswall and Moreton, will take 64 dancers from four age categories to compete in the Super Dance National League Finals in Devon at the weekend. Joan Merrall, who runs the school, said: 'It's a wonderful achievement and we usually perform very well at the national finals.'

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Dancer Gail Morton is pictured with other members of the school Picture: TRACEY O'NEILL
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 9, 2001
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