Young competitors from Griffith have proven their skill at Leeton and Wagga Eisteddfods.
Singers Ryan Irvine, Issy Massey, Mikayla Bellato were all first timers at the Leeton Eisteddfod, and came away with trophies and performing experience.
Ryan and Issy were both awarded first place in their sections.
Ryan was also awarded the Most Promising Vocalist in the 12 years and under trophy.
Singing teacher Nat Trionfi was suitably impressed with their performances, especially considering it was their debut in the Eisteddfod.
“They were all amazing considering it was all their first time on stage singing,” Mr Trionfi said.
Leeton and Wagga Eisteddfods saw Issy Massey, Hayley Morton, Sofia D’Aquino and Ella Rowley take to the stage.
Sofia was awarded the Sumner Family Trophy for the highest score in any Character Section 12 years and Under, as well as taking out the most promising vocalist for 10 years and under.
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