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Cyrens from SM Sri Kuala Lumpur, Selangor

“We really weren’t expecting to win top place because Dynamitez were really chasing us yesterday but it’s really exciting to make Cheer history with our third consecutive win.” – Captain Amanda Lim, 17

First runner-up

Dynamitez from SMK Damansara Jaya, Selangor

“We were actually aiming to be champions, but I’m still happy with our second position. I feel very relieved. We trained hard for around 10 months, two hours a day.” – Captain Farah Sophia Ibrahim, 16

Dynamitez captain Farah Sophia Ibrahim.

Dynamitez captain Farah Sophia Ibrahim.

Second runner-up

D*Starz from SMK (P) Sri Aman, Selangor

“We are just really, really excited that we placed third. All the hard work we put in during practices was definitely worth it.” – Captain Karyna Suhaimi, 17

Fourth place

Vulcanz All-Girls from SMK Seafield, Selangor

“I’m really happy with our position. Although we were actually aiming for top three, top five is already very satisfying.” – Captain Florence Ong, 17

Fifth place

Titans captain Lee Yue Min

Titans captain Lee Yue Min

Titans from SM(J)K Ave Maria Convent, Perak

“We are just so glad that we got in the top five. We were aiming for that and we got it so we are really happy with it.” – Captain Lee Yue Min, 17

Co-Ed division champions

Zodiac Co-Ed from SMK Kepong, Kuala Lumpur

“I just have two words to describe how I feel – happy and awesome, especially since this is my last year as captain. We were quite confident that we were going to win because we’ve been practising since last year.” – Captain Patrick Lee Eng Meng, 17

Patrick Lee Eng Meng, 17. Captain of Co-Ed Division champions Zodiac Co-Ed.

Patrick Lee Eng Meng, 17. Captain of Co-Ed Division champions Zodiac Co-Ed.

Co-Ed division

First runner-up
Tigers Co-Ed from SMK Datok Lokman, Kuala Lumpur

“It’s really unbelievable that we took second place. This is the first time we are performing as a co-ed team so it is really amazing that we placed second.“ – Captain Kathleen Shayne Ong, 17

Co-Ed division second runner-up

Vulcanz Co-Ed from SMK Seafield, Selangor

Vulcanz Co-Ed captain Muhammad Danial Syafiq Azman.

Vulcanz Co-Ed captain Muhammad Danial Syafiq Azman.

“I’m just so excited. That’s all I can say. I really love my team. We worked so hard for this and it has really paid off.” – Captain Muhammad Danial Syafiq Azman, 16

Sugus Best supporter award

SM Sri Kuala Lumpur Cyrens and Rayvens supporters

“I’m just out of words to describe how I feel right now. We went to school every other day during the holidays to prepare. Even at home, we were painting banners and signs. All the hard work and effort was definitely worth it.” – Head supporter Jane Lee, 16

Sri KL Cyrens and Rayvens Supporters (SCARS) head Jane Lee.

Sri KL Cyrens and Rayvens Supporters (SCARS) head Jane Lee.

Sugus Best dressed award

Vulcanz All-Girls and Co-Ed from SMK Seafield, Selangor

“We really weren’t expecting to win this award. All the thanks have to go to our coach, Lim Jun Kang who designed our uniform for us.”- Co-Ed team captain Muhammad Danial Syafiq Azman, 16

Silkygirl Best make-up award champion

Calyx All-Girls from SMJK Katholik, Selangor

“We got first runner-up for best make-up last year, so to win best make-up this year is awesome! We searched for more designs on the Internet, and we also got a professional make-up artist to help us out.” – Captain Joohijit Kaur, 17

Calyx All-Girls captain Joohijit Kaur.

Calyx All-Girls captain Joohijit Kaur.

Silkygirl Best make-up award first runner-up

Blitzerz from SMK Bandar Utama Damansara (4), Selangor
“We were kind of expecting this win! We put in a lot of effort into our make-up. All our hard work in coming up with the design and all the hours spent applying it are all made up for.” – Captain Renee Teo, 17

Silkygirl Best make-up award second runner-up

Rayvens from SM Sri Kuala Lumpur, Selangor

“We definitely weren’t expecting to win this prize. Some of the other teams’ make-up was more glittery and shiny so we were quite surprised but really excited that we won.” – Captain Saw Li Jing, 15

Silkygirl Merit award

Blitzerz from SMK Bandar Utama Damansara (4), Selangor

“We are so excited that we won this award. We tried so hard not to make many mistakes on both days.” – Captain Renee Teo, 17

Silkygirl Best showmanship award

Stompers from SMK Bandar Utama Damansara (3), Selangor

Stompers captain Sandy Tey Pei Lu.

Stompers captain Sandy Tey Pei Lu.

“We had quite a few small mistakes here and there so we really weren’t expecting this.” – Captain Sandy Tey Pei Lu, 17

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