Dancers shine at Albury Wodonga Eisteddfod

By Janet Howie
Updated August 2 2015 - 5:25pm, first published 12:02pm
PENSIVE MOMENT: April Walsh, of Narrandera, takes part in the 10 years and under novice song and dance solo at the Albury Wodonga Eisteddfod on Sunday. Pictures: MARK JESSER
PENSIVE MOMENT: April Walsh, of Narrandera, takes part in the 10 years and under novice song and dance solo at the Albury Wodonga Eisteddfod on Sunday. Pictures: MARK JESSER
KICKING OUT: Tap is on the agenda for Sarah McDonald, of Young, in the 9 and 10 years open tap solo. The dance program continues this week.
KICKING OUT: Tap is on the agenda for Sarah McDonald, of Young, in the 9 and 10 years open tap solo. The dance program continues this week.
I'VE GOT RHYTHM: Competing in the 9 and 10 years open tap solo is Young's Elisabeth Hall. Dancers came from far and wide to take part in the eisteddfod.
I'VE GOT RHYTHM: Competing in the 9 and 10 years open tap solo is Young's Elisabeth Hall. Dancers came from far and wide to take part in the eisteddfod.
SINGING TOO: Narrandera's Charlie Warren-Porteous strikes a pose in the 10 years and under novice song and dance.
SINGING TOO: Narrandera's Charlie Warren-Porteous strikes a pose in the 10 years and under novice song and dance.
ALL SMILES: The day may be cold, but Olivia Browning, of Yarrawonga, shines warmly for the audience in the 9 and 10 years open tap solo.
ALL SMILES: The day may be cold, but Olivia Browning, of Yarrawonga, shines warmly for the audience in the 9 and 10 years open tap solo.

DANCERS owned the stage at Albury Entertainment Centre on Sunday as the Albury Wodonga Eisteddfod completed its first week.

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