Dancing with Phill

Phill has raised $12,526.44 for the Cancer Council

Congratulations Phill!

Doing a Trade as a young man, then joining the Army Reserves to go onto being a Soldier , later working for many years as an underground coal miner, Phill knows hard work and is goals driven, his many accomplished skills from these backgrounds ensure survival in these tough environments and he has what it takes to get the job done. Today these skill sets have allowed him the highly technical role as Quarry Mining’s General Manager and throughout this role he has seen a lot of Australia and even the world.

Phillip lost his father to cancer when Phill was just a boy. Today, living in Medowie and using the fitness that he enjoys in his spare time, he often participates in fundraisers, particularly when cycling is involved.

Dancing really pushed Phill's boundaries and definitely took him out of his comfort zone, but raising money for the Cancer Council has been both a great honour and achievement.

Follow Phill's Journey

May 24, 2018

Week Nine – A Sprint to the Finish

Sometimes in a project you get to a point where all the hard work coalesces and you start to see what is possible – where your […]
May 17, 2018

Week Eight – Risky Business

I’ve found footwear is important – both in my job and even more so for dancing. Going down mines has its risks so best to be […]
May 11, 2018

Week Five – Cartwheels for Beginners

“Can you do a cartwheel?” was what my instructor asked when I turned up for our week 5 lesson. I said no but secretly wondered how […]
May 4, 2018
Picture of Two left men's shoes

Week Four – I can’t dance

Now you may be disconcerted to read the heading of this progress update, and so you should be. In the stratosphere of fails, let me say […]
April 16, 2018

Week Three – …And All That Jazz

Week three and it’s dawning on me what a huge ‘feat’ this will be, and yes I am becoming (possibly unhealthily) consumed with my size 11s. […]
April 5, 2018

Week Two – Get A Grip

You’ll recall that last week saw my initial foray into dance, which commenced with an understated 4 step routine practised over and over in Aimee’s studio […]
March 28, 2018

Week One – One Step at a time

“Let me just say that Fred Astaire I’m not. He’s right up there in the iconic greats of dance and musical theatre. I’m more comfortable down […]