|On the right diagonal (those who can) coloop right shoulder once round. Men's side face up, ladies' side face down.|
|Top and bottom ladies cast out (left-shoulder) to lead line-inversions PLUS one more place counterclockwise round the set. Men's side = 3L, 3M, 2M; Ladies' side = 2L, 1M, 1L.|
|On the left diagonal (those who can) coloop left shoulder once round. Men's side face down, ladies' side face up.|
|Original twos (on second long corners) cast out (right-shoulder) to lead line-inversions PLUS one more place clockwise round the set. Men's side = 3M, 3L, 2L; Ladies' side = 2M, 1L, 1M.|
|Ones and threes (on right diagonal) half Ladies'-Chain across, with inside-hand turnouts (men reversing with the lady's left hand in their right).|
|Threes only (on right diagonal) cross right, turn right, while others set.|
|New partners cross right, turning right into… All proper, men 231, ladies 312.|
|Circle-six to the left, once round.|
|Top couple half coloop left shoulder (lady casting out over her left shoulder), while the others turn single left. Same order as before, but top couple now improper.|
Two more times, to original partners and places.
* "COLOOPS" (COncentric, COoperative or COmbined LOOPS) is my proposed replacement term for the country dance movement commonly known as a "gypsy", an epithet now regarded as non-PC in some quarters. The verb would presumably be "coloops" (one dancer) or "coloop" (more than one dancer)?