Gladstone dancers get jiggy with talent at various feis

STEPPING UP: Natalie Brandon, Olivia Tudman, Jenai Taylor and Piper McDade (front) had great success at various Irish dancing competitions around Queensland.
STEPPING UP: Natalie Brandon, Olivia Tudman, Jenai Taylor and Piper McDade (front) had great success at various Irish dancing competitions around Queensland. Contributed

THE luck of the Irish - it isn't just a rumour. Add a bit of perseverance and dedication, and you are onto a winning formula.

Dancers from the PCYC Irish Dancers have participated in competitions across Queensland performing brilliantly.

Travelling to Ipswich to compete in the March Feis, Piper McDade, Jenai Taylor and Olivia Tudman bought home placings in every dance.

Eight days later and Natalie Brandon continued the trend of success, bringing home a trove of medals and trophies from the Lower Burdekin Celtic Dancing Association feis in Ayr.

The four young women will be celebrating St Patrick's Day with a display at the Gladstone PCYC Roller Derby event Cloverleaf Clash on Saturday afternoon.



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