Moree's Karlee Briggs places at Australian Physie and Dance Association Championships

TOP ACHIEVEMENT: Moree's Karlee Briggs with her fifth place certificate.

TOP ACHIEVEMENT: Moree's Karlee Briggs with her fifth place certificate.

Club 2400 Moree Physie and Dance student Karlee Briggs has finished fifth in Australia after competing in the Senior National Championships at Sydney Opera House.

This is the second time Karlee has placed in the national championships, having qualified for the senior final for the past five years.

Kelsey Duke also represented Club 2400 Moree Physie and Dance at the prestigious Senior National Championships at the Opera House on Monday, November 21.

Club 2400 Moree Physie and Dance head coach Pam Burley said she was very proud of both girls.

“To make the top 14 in Australia is an amazing achievement in itself and we are so proud to say that Karlee placed fifth,” she said.

“Whilst Kelsey did not place, she was simply beautiful.”

Eight-year-old Sophie Lai also represented Moree’s Club 2400 at the Opera House event, performing in the opening ceremony of the gala performance.

Smartphone
Tablet - Narrow
Tablet - Wide
Desktop