Our squad teams regularly compete against other teams throughout the year at the Australian All Star Cheerleading Federation competitions.

Australian All Star Cheerleading Federation, (AASCF) is an organisation for All Star cheerleading coaches and athletes around the country dedicated to the promotion and advancement of Cheerleading as a respected athletic discipline and sport. They run the largest cheerleading competitions in Australia.


AASCF Winterfest
1st Place - Pistols (Mini1)
2nd Place - Stunners (Snr2)
3rd Place - Missiles (Snr1), Rockets (Jnr2), Black Ops (Open4)
4th Place - Crossfire (Snr3)
5th Place - Cherry Bombs (Snr4)
6th Place - Torpedoes (Yth1)

AASCF Allstar Battle
2nd Place - Rockets (Jnr2), Crossfire (Snr3), Black Ops (Open4)
3rd Place - Pistols (Mini1), Stunners (Snr2)
4th Place - Torpedoes (Yth1), Cherry Bombs (Snr4)
5th Place - Missiles (Snr1)

AASCF Victorian States
1st Place - Black Ops (Open4)
2nd Place - Rockets (Jnr2)
3rd Place - Pistols (Mini1), Torpedoes (Yth1), Missiles (Snr1), Stunners (Snr2), Cherry Bombs (Snr4), Crossfire (Snr3)

AASCF Nationals
National Champions - Black Ops (Open4)
3rd Place - Stunners (Snr2)
4th Place - Torpedoes (Yth1), Crossfire (Snr3)
5th Place - Missiles (Snr1)


international results

We were very proud to send our first ever Level 3 team to compete at the 2016 NCA All-Star National Championship in Dallas, Texas from February 19th - 21st.   Our team achieved 6th place!  

Bullets Allstar NCA All Star National Championships

presentation DAY

At the end of every year, we have a Presentation Day. This includes a display of our Competition Teams before they enter into their last competition of the year.

There is a certificate for every participant handed out to acknowledge all athletes in both recreational and competitive cheer. We also award Coach's Awards and Most Improved in each recreational class and competitive team. The final award is our Cheerleader of the Year which is received by one athlete per age group (Mini, Yth, Jnr, Snr/Open)