The competitive part of the year finished up at the Queensland Premierships, a Feis with sections ranging from Novice through to Open reserve. It was a massive weekend of dancing for all, with Scoil Ard Rince dancers achieving fabulous results across the board. We took out 4 Titles, 6 runners-up and a further 11 podium places, with many more wonderful placings along the way.
The Bronze Flora Lynagh Medal is an award given to the highest achieving dancer in each age group, each year and is presented at the Premierships. Each dancer accumulates points from both AIDA competitions as well as private Feiseanna. The overall Gold Medal is then awarded to the dancer with highest total from this group.
This year we had 4 Scoil Ard Rince dancers come away with the Bronze Medals. (Below) Kate Edgar (14 years), Paige Blonk (12 years), Lana Jones (9 years), Freya Jones (11 years)
Our very own Lana Jones (Below) went on to win the much coveted Gold Medal, a wonderful achievement funded totally by AIDA QLD, in recognition of the work and commitment of Open dancers. Congratulations to all of our Flora Lynagh Medal recipients on an outstanding achievement for your age group.Read More...
Congratulations to our 10 dancers that recently represented Scoil Ard Rince at the World Irish Dancing Championships in Dublin, Ireland. The dancers trained hard through the sweltering Australian summer and should be very proud of their efforts abroad.
Freya, Isaac, Issy, Colette, Abby, Sophie, Jazz, Eliza, Chloe & Blaze
Special mention to our world recall medallists – Isaac, Chloe and our Open Age Girls 8 Hand Ceili!Read More...
Welcome to 2017!
On the 4th and 5th March, many of the Scoil Ard Rince dancers took to the stage for the first time this year at the March Feis. The weekend was full of fun and great dancing – congratulations all!Read More...
In late September of 2016, some of our dancers travelled to Hobart, Tasmania to compete in the Australian National Irish Dancing Championships. We couldn’t be more excited to announce that our very own Chloe walked away as the 18 Years Girls National Champion, in addition to our Under 18 Girls 8 Hand also taking out the national title. The full list of results is below, congratulations on an incredibly successful year to all at Scoil Ard Rince.
18 Years Girls National Champion: Chloe
Podium finishes to Jasmine 3rd, Elise, Kate & Eliza 4th and Isaac 5th
Other placings to Freya 8th, Abi 9th, Bridget 10th, Charlotte & Sam 12th, Greer, Sophie & Brea 14th, Ella & Izzy 17th, Aaliyah 26th, Lexie 29th, Caitlin & Blaze 31st. Next recall place to Nyah and Tara and well done also to Chloe and Memphis.
Under 18 Girls 8 Hand National Champions
Under 10 Girls – 3rd in 8 Hand and 5th in 4 Hand
Under 12 Girls – 3rd in 4 Hand and 3rd in 8 Hand
Under 15 – 2nd in Mixed 4 Hand, 6th and 17th in Girls 4 Hand, 6th in 8 Hand, 11th in 2 Hand
Under 18 Girls – 3rd in 4 Hand
Open Age Girls – 4th in 4 Hand Choreography, 6th in Girls 8 Hand, 7th in Girls 4 HandRead More...
The Queensland State Championships in 2016 was a successful event for all involved at Scoil Ard Rince. The hard work and determination of our students saw our school walk away with five solo and five team state championship titles – we couldn’t be prouder!
10 Years Girls State Champion: Elise
12 Years Girls State Champion : Kate
12 Years Boys State Champion: Issac
16 Years Girls State Champion: Jasmine
17 Years & Over Traditional Set Dance State Champion: Blaze
Under 10 Girls 4 Hand State Champions
Under 10 Girls 8 Hand State Champions
Under 15 Girls 2 Hand State Champions
Under 18 Girls 8 Hand State Champions
Open Age Girls 8 Hand State Champions