TAMWORTH BJP Physical Culture Club recently attended interclub competitions at Gunnedah and Brisbane Waters for some great results.
Tamworth Physie has had a long association with the Gunnedah club and was very happy to be part of its 25th year celebrations competing against clubs from the New England area.
They then took over 40 competitors to the Central Coast to attend the Brisbane Water United Interclub where clubs competed from Sydney, Central Coast and regional NSW.
At both interclubs, Tamworth was well represented in all sections, from five years to ladies over 53 and picked up several placings.
Charlotte Bird was one of the youngest and most impressive of the Tamworth contingent, placing first in the 5yrs at both competitions.
Taylor Johnston did likewise in the 15yrs as did Jenny Murray in the open ladies Over 53 while Kiara Northey in the 14yrs placed first at Gunnedah and second at Central Coast.
Several others either placed or made finals at both.
The competitions were an opportunity for all competitors to not only demonstrate their hard work on the dance floor but to showcase the Tamworth BJP Physie club’s brand new uniform which looked fantastic.
The girls are now working hard to perfect their routines to showcase their talents in their individual and team sections.
The club will be holding a “Team Spectacular Day” at St Patrick’s Hall in Denison Street on Sunday which will be a dress rehearsal for the New England Junior Zone championships being hosted by Tamworth on October 13 and 14, and for the ladies who compete at Far North Coast Zone at Coffs Harbour the week after.
The senior girls will travel to the State Sports Centre at Homebush on November 10 for their zone competition.