Feb 19, 2009 News Comments Off on Children’s Mash finals kick off at NCC
The National Finals of the Children’s Mashramani 2009 Competitions began yesterday at the National Cultural Centre, with schools showcasing impressive creativity and artistry, in a variety of categories.
In results that were made available to this newspaper, Georgetown’s Green Acres Primary School emerged as champions in the 5 to 7 group dance category with Mabura and Crane Primary Schools, second and third respectively.
In the 5 to 7 masquerade flouncing Winfer Gardens Primary School occupied the top spot, with Aurora and Mackenzie Primary in the next two spots. In the 5 to 7 masquerade band category, Mackenzie Primary was the lone contender.
In the 8 to 10 individual dance category, Mae’s Primary copped first place ahead of Regna Primary.
In third position was Diamond Primary. In the 8 to 10 Group dance category it was Green Acres who won from St. Therese’s and Strathsphey Primary, in that order.
The 8 to 10 masquerade flouncing saw Anns Grove Primary taking the top spot with North Georgetown Primary second.
Anns Grove Primary took home the 8 to 10 masquerade title, with Suddie Primary and North Georgetown Primary, second and third respectively.
In the 14 to 17 individual dance segment, Tutorial High took the first spot, followed by Anna Regina Secondary at second place. In third position was Wisburg Secondary School.
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