Collected from Mr. Joe Stewart, Crew Hill, Upper Ballinderry, Co. Antrim by Peadar O’Rafferty Belfast Formation: Two couples facing each other with the woman on the right of her partner. Anyone who is familiar with the Rakes of Mallow or Siege of Ennis will find this an easy dance to do. This is a progressive dance where each couple progresses down the line in the same direction until they reach then end and then progress back into the set to continue to the other end of the room.
32 Bars + 8 bar lead-in
Link right arms Partners link right arms and turn half way round
|2||Link left arms Partners link left arms and turn half way back to place||2|
|3||Link right arms Partners link right arms and turn half way round||2|
|4||Link left arms Partners link left arms and turn half way back to place||2|
|5||Circle to the left Circle of four to the left||4|
|6||Circle to the right Circle of four to the right||4|
|7||Women change places Women change places doing sidestep||2|
|8||Gents change places Gents change places doing sidestep||2|
|9||Women change places Women change back to place doing sidestep||2|
|10||Gents change places Gents change back to the place doing sidestep||2|
|11||Dance halfway Cross hands and dance around each other to face new couple||8|
Modified on 2016-04-25 14:54:15.
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