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World Championships 2015 – Day 2

Results from Day 2 and line up for Day 3

Here are the results from Day 2 in Montreal at the CLRG Irish Dancing World Championships:

Results Under 13 Girls

1st Aiesha Coyle Scoil Rince McConomy Bradley Ulster
2nd Chloe Cardwell Reid McKernon Ulster
3rd Molly McAdam Kelly Hendry North East UK
4th Simone Loysen Broesler Southern USA
5th Maria Murphy Mulhern Mid-America USA
5th Ellen O’Leary The Academy Mid-America USA
7th Abigail Bradley Bell Mid-America USA
8th Holly Duffy The Duffy Travis Academy North West UK
9th Michalene Donnelly Lavin-Cassidy Mid-America USA
9th Zara O’Gorman Scoil Rince Clann McCaul Ulster
11th Doireann Ni Riain Ryan Munster
12th Fiona Guinan Scoil Rince McDonagh-Timoney-Fahy Connacht
13th Peyton Davis Celtic Steps Western USA
14th Dara Venning David Smith Scotland
15th Shauna Murray Mona Ni Rodaigh Ulster
16th Bridget Abraldes Mulvihill-Lynch Mid-Atlantic USA
17th Viola Pantuso Mullane Healy Godley Mid-America USA
18th Jennifer Golden Turley Duggan Connacht
19th Katie Lennon Mona Ni Rodaigh Ulster
19th Caitlin Bradley-Tse Nora Pickett Western Canada
21st Emily Concannon Turley Duggan Connacht
22nd Sylvia Carroll Hession Connacht
22nd Niamh O’Connor Murchu Duiginn Southern UK

 

Congratulations to Holly Duffy of The Duffy-Travis Academy, North West UK, who is now a World Medal Holder finishing in 8th place.  Holly was also the only North West dancer to recall in this group.

 Results Under 14 Girls

1st Cosette Debourbon The Academy Mid-America USA
2nd Clodagh Davis Doherty Petri Ulster
3rd Órlaith Bradley Scoil Rince De Barra Ulster
4th Tiernagh Canning McCaul Ulster
5th Emma Casey McConomy Ulster
6th Chloe Devine Mulvenna Academy Ulster
7th Sydney Niewiedzial Trinity Mid-America USA
8th Shauna Johnston Coleman Connacht
9th Annie Beacom Scanlon Midlands UK
10th Ava Lawerence Ryan Munster
11th Sadie Bucknam Murray Academy New England USA
12th Erin-Grace Cooke Hennigan Southern UK
13th Caitlin Marani Dillon Magh Adhair Western USA
14th Sinead Tierney Osborne Scotland
15th Olivia Allen Claddagh Academy Southern UK
16th Aimee Keane Croghan-Greene Munster
17th Ellie Mae Wheeler Claddagh Academy Southern UK
18th Maggie Whibbs Butler-Fearon-O’Connor Western USA
18th Jane Clune Mullane Healy Godley Mid-America USA
20th Ellen Shaw Ni Chearra-O’Baolain Ulster
21st Samantha Ryzner Mullane Healy Godley Mid-America USA
22nd Brid O Brien Ryan Munster
23rd Sierra Donovan Doherty Petri Cuige Ulster & Mid-Atlantic USA

 

No recalls from the North West in this age category but it’s a tough group, so here’s to next year girls!

We also had our first Ceili team competitions of the week.  Whilst the entries are not quite as high as the solo competitions, they are just as tough to win.  No entries from the North West Schools in these competitions, no doubt due to travel costs to Canada and having 8 members per team…in fact, all entries were American or Canadian!

Results Under 11 Mixed Ceili

1st Team A Mullane Healy Godley Mid-America USA
2nd Team A Casey O’Loughlin Academy Western Canada
3rd Team A Broesler Mid-Atlantic USA

Results Under 11 Girls Ceili

1st Team A Harney Academy New England USA
2nd Team A Lavin-Cassidy Mid-America USA
3rd Team A Goggin-Carroll Eastern Canada
4th Team A Mullane Healy Godley Mid-America USA
5th Team A Claddagh Western USA
6th Team A Doherty Petri Cuige Ulster & Mid-Atlantic USA
7th Team A Pender-Keady New England USA
8th Team A Cashel Dennehy Mid-America USA
9th Team A O’Rourke Mid-Atlantic USA
10th Team A Short Eastern Canada

 

Another fantastic day – well done to all who competed!

Time to catch up on Day 3, where the we have the Under 13 Mixed Ceili, Under 13 Girls Ceili, Under 13 Girls Figure, Under 15 Girls and Under 16 Girls competitions.

We are also loving the comments on Twitter – search for #CLRGWorlds2015 for all the latest pictures and news.  It seems there’s lots of our followers enjoying the Live stream!  We’re collecting our favourite Tweets and will put together a special blog once the Worlds is over.

Check in tomorrow for more news from Montreal!