Tamworth BJP Physical Culture members will take to the floor at the pinnacle event of the junior physie year on Sunday.
Fifteen members of the club will travel to Sydney to compete at the Junior National Finals for the title of Australian Champion.
The girls will compete against other place-getters in their respective age groups from across Australia.
They gained the chance to perform at the titles by placing at the New England Zone competition hosted by the Tamworth club in October.
Seven-year-olds Isabella Porter (first) and Ruby Hartigan (second) will compete for the second year in a row while Charlotte Aitken (fifth) will compete for the first time at the national level.
Zoe Sullivan was named zone champion in the 8yrs while Ruby Hansen was placed second and Sarah Bird placed fourth.
Nine-year-olds Heather Dewhurst (second), Ellie-Jo Tuckey (third) and Lara Coombes (fourth) will compete alongside 11-year-olds Madeline Studte (second), Sophia-Rose Markham-Fisher (third) and Alexis Masters (fourth).
12-year-old Davina Cameron (fifth) and 14-year-olds Bianca Davidson (fourth) and Maddy Edmonds (fifth) will also represent the club in their age divisions.
The dancers have continued to work hard at weekly lessons since gaining their representative position to ensure that they are performance ready for the grand event at the Quay Centre, Homebush.
Physie Teachers Dayna Bevan, Taylor Johnston and Tara Bartlett have prepared the girls for their competition, and are confident that they will enjoy all the Nationals experience has to offer.
Overall 2018 has been a fantastic year for Tamworth BJP Physie club and they look forward to adding to these achievements in 2019. If you would like to join in the fun, contact us on Facebook or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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