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HIGHLAND DANCING COMPETITION

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CITY OF WAGGA WAGGA EISTEDDFOD SOCIETY INC

ANNUAL HIGHLAND DANCING COMPETITION – REG NO 24 /2007

SUNDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER ,  2007. COMMENCING 8.15AM SHARP

(Conducted under the rules and conditions of the SOBHD as adopted by the ABHDI)

 

VENUE:-        Wagga Wagga  Commercial Club Gurwood St. WAGGA WAGGA   

                         Refreshments available at club.

ENTRIES CLOSE:-                Saturday, 12TH August. 2006    email.  diannejaco@iinet.net.au

FORWARD ENTRIES TO:-  Mrs Di Jacobson, PO Box 7085. Mount Austin NSW  2650

ENQUIRIES TO:-                    Di – (02) 69223927  / 0413 955047  OR MAXCINE 02 69313816    

ENTRY FEE:-                        

Section $5.00 . TROPHY DANCE $6.00    Premiership $15.00 INTERMEDIATE  / REST  PREMIERSHIP $13.00   

PREMIERSHIP PRIZES:      TROPHY & CASH AS FOLLOWS FOR 1st, 2nd, 3rd

Premier:-                12 years & under                  $50.00, $30.00, $15.00

                              13 & 14 years $60.00, $35.00, $20.00               

                              15 years & over                    $100.00, $50.00, $30.00             

Intermediate:-  &    12 years and under              $40.00, $25.00, $15.00 MORE AGES DETERMINED AFTER ENTRIES

 Rest. Premier.       13 years & over                    $50.00, $30.00, $15.00 CLOSE    2 AGES AT PRESENT

MOTHERS    ETC    Fling 4 steps    $2.00 Entry Fee.

PRIMARY                  Pas de Basque, Pas de Basque & High Cuts, Fling, Swords.

 

BEGINNERS            Fling, Swords, Seann Triubhas, Strathspey & Highland Reel, Lilt, Flora.

Trophy dance  - Fling

 

NOVICE                     Same as for Beginners level.

 

INTERMEDIATE      Swords, Seann Triubhas, Strathspey & Highland Reel, Laddie, Flora, Jig, Hornpipe,

                                    Trophy dance – Barracks Johnnie

                                    Intermediate Premiership – Fling (5 steps), Lilt (4 steps)

 

PREMIER                  Seann Triubhas , Swords, Strathspey & Highland Reel, Laddie, Blue Bonnets, Jig, Hornpipe .     Prizemoney for   older dancers.

                                    Trophy Dance – Flora

                                    Premier Premiership – Fling (5 steps), Lilt (4 steps) REST PREMIERSHIP SAME

     STEPS REQUIRED FOR SECTIONS:-  Unless mentioned previously number of steps for dance sections will

be as follows:- Fling (4), Swords (2 x 1), Seann Triubhas ( 3 x 2), Reel ( 2 x 2), Jig (4), Hornpipe (4), Blue Bonnets

(4) Laddie (4), Barracks Johnnie (4), Lilt (4), Flora (4).

PLEASE NOTE:-

1.  Age to be taken at day of competition.

2.  Age groups re section dances to be determined by the entries received.

3.  Judges decision to be final.

4.  Committee deserves the right to make alterations and additions.

5.  Competitors dance at their own risk.

6.  Registration cards must be presented to received numbers.

7.  Any complaint made by an individual against the organisation or adjudication of an event must be made in writing giving the complainant’s full name and address, and shall be lodged with the organiser if possible on the day of the event and certainly not later than 48 hours after the event.  Such a complaint to be accompanied by $5.00 fee (as determined by the ABHDI) which is refundable if protest is upheld.

8.  Dancers must “fill in” if requested by the organiser.  If an competitor fails to fill in unless for a medical reason the organiser has the right to enforce Rule 11), page 28 D Judges, SOBHD rules and Regulations, which reads – “Provided due prominence is given to the fact in the programme or in a brochure by the organiser, then during the course of a competition the comportment of the competitors may come under the jurisdiction of the judges, not only whilst dancing, but also when entering or leaving the platform and whilst waiting for the dance to start.  Any unseemly behavior on the part of a competitor or any misdemeanor likely to upset the decorum of the proceedings may be penalised by the judges and could lead to disqualification, but a full report of any misconduct on the part of a competitor must be submitted by the judges to the organiser”.