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Topic # 12514 21-Mar-2007 10:54
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who thinks it is great that the vodafone warriors cheerleaders are sponsored by vodafone? i think it great.they are all beautiful girls. i thank vodafone for this. but i just have a few comments to make about the vodafone warriors cheerleaders. i think they should look on par with professional cheerleaders like others in the nrl,rugby in regards to their cheerleading uniform. 
 here is a photo of their uniform:

now if you have a look at other nrl club's cheerleaders like these:

you will see that they all wear where white boots,where the vodafone warriors cheerleaders wear pulled up socks. Also the vodafone warriors cheergirls wear tshirts and all other nrl club's cheergirls wear halterneck tops or crop tops.
 we want our vodafone warriors cheerteam to look on par with all other nrl clubs,so i'm hoping whoever is incharge of the uniform will get our vodafone cheergirls some boots and halterneck or crop tops.

now there is a television show on sky1 called,the cheerleaders,which starts in a few shows how the vodafone cheergirls were chosen. now vodafone sponsors bringing delayed vodafone warriors rugby league on prime television,which is free to air,so why can't vodafone bring this cheerleading show to primetelevision? or at the very least,with tvnz on demand service,why can't vodafone upload each full episode of the cheerleading show onto the vodafone website one day after it screens on prime television?

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Reply # 64509 21-Mar-2007 11:08
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Hmmm cheerleaders!

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  Reply # 64510 21-Mar-2007 11:21
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Bring in Russell Crowe as a consultant.


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Reply # 64512 21-Mar-2007 11:37
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Ugly socks.

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  Reply # 64516 21-Mar-2007 12:05
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freitasm: Some of the "girls" in the pictures would be more suitable for staying at home mums...

*cough* what???  MF, you're not trolling are you??


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