Trophy time in Castleknock
We're a little late with these ones, but I have to say these girls were brilliant in their last classes.
On the left, this little star has obviously been working really hard at home as she's coming along so quickly.
On the right, this little one was able to show the big girls how to do it last Friday at class.
On the left the picture was taken in Castleknock Hotel (as the Parish Centre was unavailable).
On the right the picture was taken in Our Lady's Parish Castleknock.
This little one really loves to dance, she practices at home every day and you can really see it by her progress in class :-)
Great work from these 2 little stars - They've both won it before, but it really is a testament to how hard they work, as they are taking huge leaps forward week by week. Well done girls, we couldn't be happier with you :-)
Must say - I love the new pose for trophy time today. She was just so happy after winning Dancer of the Week ;-)
So, we had enough students in our Saturday class in St. Mochta's Parish, to do the dancer of the week. And I have to say it was well deserved by this little one. Every time Aisling or I say anything at all, or give any instruction, she is always paying attention and always so focused. It is no wonder she is coming on as fast as she is. Some great Irish dancing.
World Irish Dancing Champion, and good friend, James Breen popped in to say hello today. It was a flying visit and he had to leave a after a few minutes but thanks for taking the time for a quick photo. It was great for the students to meet a world champion and a principal dancer in Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance. Thanks James and have a safe trip back to London. :-)
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David McCabe TCRG