The third figure is Outsides. After a step-up, the first pair turn in towards the centre of the set, but keep turning and skip down the outside of the set to end up at the bottom. Meanwhile the other six dancers move up one place, turning out as they do so and eventually facing up.
This is repeated three more times, so that each dancer in turn gets to the front and then goes down to the bottom, after which (unless he’s one of the last pair) he starts moving up again. Each dancer eventually returns to his original place.
The fourth figure is a Short Hey. After the chorus, working in two sets of four everyone faces in and passes their partner by the right and then their neighbour by the left, then partner right, neighbour left, partner right and neighbour left. Everyone is now on the wrong side of the set in the wrong place.The Chorus and figure are repeated to get everyone back to original places.
The fifth and final figure is a Grand Hey; the call is “Middles”, this being a reminder that to start this figure the middle pairs have to face each other (the second pair facing down and the third facing up). The first and fourth pairs face across the set. Everyone dances right round the set, passing alternatively right and left shoulders as in the Short Hey. By way of variation however, after every two passes, everyone does a step up and back towards the next man. This is repeated four times, which gets everyone back to where he started.
After the Grand Hey, everyone faces in; the dance finishes with a step up into the centre to form a straigt line, everyone then polkaing for two bars and finishing with feet together and hands down by his sides like other Rumworth dances
... and if you thought that was confusing, you should try the 12 man version!