Posted by Jackie on 30-Nov-2011
I just found a clip on youtube of the BJP physie girls dancing in the main arena of the Sydney Royal Easter Show. I reckon a prize should go to the girls in the audience who are clearly having a ball! http://youtu.be/hRMD3BEAZos Check it out.
Have you got any great clips you can upload to youtube?
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Posted by Jackie on 28-Nov-2011
The Junior National Finals event was a great day of physie and a wonderful display of the girls’ strength and dance ability. The 9 winners of the day came from Balgowlah, Burleigh Waters, Menai-Illawong, Mermaid Beach, Redlands and Tenterfield. Check out this youtube clip http://youtu.be/6bbA-vrXBR8 of the dance combo…
Posted by Jackie on 24-Nov-2011
The Junior National Finals are on this Sunday 27th November at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre. There are still some tickets left in the side-on view seats. They’ll be on sale at the door (cash only) for $26 adults and $15 kids (14yrs + under). Best parking is in P3. Here’s the program:
Morning session - 9.30am start - 9 & 10 years, 6 years, 13 & 14 years (approximate finish time 2.30pm)
Afternoon session - 3.30pm start - 7 & 8 years, 11 & 12 years (approximate finish time 7.30pm)
Look forward to seeing you there and good luck to all our competitors!
Posted by Maxine on 23-Nov-2011
Here’s some more happy snaps from backstage at the Junior Teams Day at Sydney Olympic Park.
Can you spot yourself in this video clip?
Posted by Maxine on 22-Nov-2011
At the Ladies Teams Event last Sunday, the Randwick Club won the Keith Wickham Allen Memorial Cup which has been awarded every year since 1972. This cup is presented to the club with the most points across the six ladies teams sections. Judy Spence presented the cup to Jan McMah, teacher of Randwick Ladies club, pictured here with one of her many beautiful ladies. This is the second year in a row that Randwick have won this prestigious award.
Posted by Jackie on 17-Nov-2011
Last Sunday at Sydney Olympic Park the qualifying competition was held for senior girls aged 15 years and older. There were around 700 competitors in 9 different age categories and 180 girls became eligible to compete at the National Finals to be held in the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House on December 4. Competition was tough and many beautiful performers missed out but there can only be 15 girls in each national final. Congratulations to all for the exceedingly high standard that was displayed this year.