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THE ROAR of the Jaguars are crossing the Atlantic this week to help the Jacksonville Jaguars celebrate the 2014 NFL Draft in London.

The official cheerleaders of the Jacksonville Jaguars will be giving the UK public a taste of the excitement and glamour of the Draft weekend through a variety of appearances and performances, including at Westfield Stratford City and the home of English rugby, Twickenham Stadium.

Youngsters who dream of becoming a cheerleader themselves will be given the chance to learn from the best when six of THE ROAR of the Jaguars cheerleaders host a  'Junior ROAR Academy' on Saturday morning.  The lucky 30 girls who have won the chance to attend the cheerleading master class will receive a free Junior ROAR t-shirt and their own pair of pompoms before rounding the morning off with a fully choreographed performance.

THE ROAR will then move on to appearing at Jaguars LIVE @ Westfield, as the Jaguars take over the Westfield Stratford City mall which sits just a walk away from the London 2012 Olympic Park. The Jaguars are the first NFL team to take over Westfield and the cheerleaders will be performing in front of the many fans expected to attend the free event.  Jaguars players Johnathan Cyprien, Dwayne Gratz and Denard Robinson will also be appearing to sign autographs and meet with fans.

And on Sunday THE ROAR will be taking centre stage in front of rugby fans at the Marriott London Sevens, the final tournament of the HSBC Sevens World Series.  THE ROAR will be welcoming the teams on the pitch, performing in front of the fans packed into the 82,000-seat stadium and will be interviewed on the large screen as well as handing out gifts to fans in the stands.

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