Our talented Mackay girls, led by Liz Geraghty TCRG welcomed dancers, teachers and families from Rockhampton and Brisbane into their class and their city for a fabulous weekend of dancing and fun!
Congratulations on your awesome Feis results!
Alyssa 2nd place
Ava 2nd place
Mia 3rd place
Special mention to Lizzie and her gorgeous new baby Anne at her first Feis 💕
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Congratulations to our dancers from Brisbane, Rockhampton and Mackay at the Autumn Feis today!
Some of the best memories dances will take away from competition is the social events, the traveling and the friendships. A fun weekend for all!
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Thank you for supporting our competition Lynagh families. We hope you all enjoyed your weekend in Mackay.
Congratultions Lynagh Ladies for your successes at the Feis today. You were all brilliant to work with. It was especially exciting to see the improvement with the younger dancers. Keep up the great work. A huge ‘well done’ to all our Lynagh Teachers too.
Amazing to watch. Well done to all students, teachers and families.
Awesome weekend!! Thanks for come up to join us in Mackay, look forward to seeing you all again 🙂
Awesome weekend - hope to have you all back again
I love when team lynagh comes to visit!!
Looking good ladies! Good luck tomorrow x 💙💛💙
Good Luck to all of you tomorrow ! Put your beat foot forward and enjoy the day !
Liz you have the girls looking great , good luck with the Feis .
YASSS! 🙌This is for every young person interested in #IrishDancing -- especially males.
How tough are Michael Flatley's #LordOfTheDance #IrishDance pros? Check out this amazing article from The Mirror about Team Lord's Connor Smyth on Channel 4's #SASWhoDaresWins!
When you see a professional Irish dancer onstage, that man or woman has trained literally their entire life, for *decades,* with a singleminded determination that you simply cannot match. Period. At an age when most kids are still soiling themselves, they're standing in front of judges. At an age when most teens are playing video games and going to the mall, they're doing their schoolwork in the backseat of a car on a two-hour drive to the nearest dance school. And all of *that* is literally just the foundation to hopefully *qualify* to turn pro.
This is doubly true for Lord of the Dance. This a *billion* dollar show which has played to over sixty-million people live, is still touring stadiums a quarter-century after it was created, and has a well-deserved reputation as being the toughest crucible for dancers in the world. When we say that Team Lord's dancers are the absolute last word, the tip of the spear, in professional Irish dancing, did you think we stuttered?
Every single dancer, male and female, past and present, who performs onstage in Lord of the Dance is an absolute *beast.*
If you're a young male and you have a passion for dancing, it is a sad truth that in many societies, you will be teased, ostracized, and called all sorts of unpleasant names as you grow up. Later on, when you become an adult, many people still won't take you or your work seriously.
We invite all of those people to be quiet.
No, really: shut your mouth and be quiet.
Boys dance too. *Men* dance too.
And you're more than welcome to go through SAS training and interrogation yourself if you disagree.
Tune into the final episode of this season of SAS: Who Dares Wins this Sunday at 9pm GMT on Channel Four, and let's cheer Connor on!
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Thank you Wynnum RSL Pipe band and Janoah Gardens for having us today! A belated At Patrick's Day performance.
Our girls thoroughly enjoyed dancing for the residents and giving back to the community.
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Very proud of our Under 10 years Ceili Team working hard at Class. Well done girls..... looking very good !!!
Checking those lines!
Maura Cawley check out Sinead right at the end.
Show some love for these 8 brilliant, talented, clever, beautiful, young dancers who competed in Beginners and Primary at the QIA May feis.
Congratulations on your outstanding results!
🥉3rd place - Intermediate Reel 8yrs & under
🥇1st place - Beginners Light jig 6yrs
🥈2nd place - Beginners Single jig 7yrs
🏅4th place -Beginners Slip jig 8yrs & under
🥈2nd place -Beginners Heavy jig 8yrs & under
🥈2nd place - Beginners slip Jig
🏅4th place - Primary Light Jig
🏅5th place - Primary Single Jig
🥇1st place - Beginners Reel *Graded*
🥇1st place - Beginners Light jig *Graded*
🥈2nd place - Beginners Slip jig
🥈2nd place - Primary Single jig
Hayley - 8yrs
🏅HC - Beginners Reel
🥇1st Place - Beginners Single Jig
Poppy - 9yrs
🥇1st place - Primary Light Jig
🥉3rd place - Beginners slip jig
🏅4th place - Primary Single jig
🏅4th place - Beginners Slip jig
🥉3rd place - Beginners Single jig
🥈2nd place - Beginners Hornpipe
Aine - 11yrs
🥇1st place - Beginners heavy jig *Graded*
🥇1st place - Beginners hornpipe
🥇1st place - Beginners slip jig
🥉3rd place - Beginners single jig
Amy - 11yrs
🏅4th place - Primary Reel
🥇1st place - Primary slip jig
🥈2nd place - Primary Heavy jig
🥉3rd place - Primary Traditional set dance
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CONGRATULATIONS to all these fabulous Dancers on their achievements at the Feis this past weekend !! Thanks too to all the Mums & Dads and other support persons who were there to cheers them all on !!
It is awesome. Happy mother's day on Sunday
The start of many fabulous years of dancing good luck ☘️
Congratulations beautiful girls, fantastic results x
Wahoo!! That’s awesome 👏