YFC news 30 December 2013
Talented members hittingthe high notes
M CLUBBING TOGETHER TO WIN: Eglwyswrw YFC after winning the Pembrokeshire YFC eisteddfod. RESULTS
Pembrokeshire YFC eisteddfod results: Overall 1st Eglwyswrw; 2nd Fishguard; 3rd Llysyfran. Stage competitions: Solo under-16 Eglwyswrw;
Eglwyswrw; solo under-26 Clynder- wen; hymn singing Eglwyswrw; instru- mental solo Eglwyswrw; solo from a musical or film Clynderwen; folk singing Fishguard; vocal ensemble
Eglwyswrw; cerdd dant duet, trio or quartet Eglwyswrw; duet under-26 Llysyfran; two or three voice party Eglwyswrw; humorous recitation Her- mon; sketch Eglwyswrw; humorous duet Eglwyswrw; mime to music Eglwyswrw; humorous dialogue on the spot Clynderwen; pop song Fish- guard; recitation under-16 Fishguard; recitation under-21 Fishguard; recita-
tion under-26 Eglwyswrw; playlet Eglwyswrw; recitation party Hermon. Homework competitions: Short story Llysyfran; Poem Llysyfran; com- position Llysyfran; club project Clyn- derwen; portfolio Hermon; powerpoint presentation Clynderwen; compose a sentence Fishguard;art Fishguard; photography Eglwyswrw;composea sketch Llysyfran; limerick Hermon.
BEST SEAT IN THE HOUSE: Naomi Nicholas, of Llysyfran YFC won the chair at the Pembrokeshire YFC eisteddfod.
LIGHTEN UP: (right) Hermon YFC won the new trophy for the light entertainment section.
DONE THEIR HOMEWORK: (bottom right) Llysyfran YFC won the homework section.
WINNERS: (below) Pembrokeshire YFC president Helen Hodges presents the overall trophy to Iwan George, of Eglwyswrw YFC.
EMBERS of Pem-
brokeshire YFC hit the high notes once again at
the Wales YFC eisteddfod. Forthe second year inarow,Jessi-
ca Robinson, of Clynderwen YFC wonthe Ardudwy Cup forbest soloist competing in the eisteddfod after storming performances in the under-26 solo and song from musi- cal.
Also taking home atrophyfrom
the eisteddfod, whichwas held at the Pavilion, Anglesey Showground, were Esyllt, Marged and Ffion, from EglwsywrwYFC,whowonthe cerdd dant trio.Es
yllt Thomas also won the under-21 solo competition and Eglwyswrw YFC were celebrating again when they wonthe mime to music.
By Rhiannon Llewellin Nia Lloyd and TomosSalmon both
picked up second prizes in the under-16and under-21recitation competitions
Naomi Nicholas,ofLlysyfran YFC wasplaced third in the homework section forher sketchcomposition. The strong of good results saw
Pembrokeshire placed fifth overall and followed asuccessful county eisteddfod, whichwas wonby Eglwyswrw YFC. Llysyfran YFC wonthe homework section, with Naomi Nicholas winning the chair, and Hermon YFC were the winners of anew award forbest performing club in the light entertainment sec- tion.
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