Superb sunshine greets annual Berry Celtic Competition – South Coast Register

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The 13th Annual Berry Celtic Competition was greeted to superb Autumn sunshine on the Berry Showground on Saturday, Might 25. The Irish Ambassador to Australia, Mr Breandan O Caollai, formally opened the occasion, adopted by an exquisite rendition of songs by younger songstress Stephanie Sword. Eight Pipe Bands carried out all through the day, together with Irish dancing and different performances, together with the Humbug Celtic Group. Medieval villagers ‘The Jacobites’ and ‘The Firm of the Cross’ staged mock hand-to-hand battles and demonstrated what village life was like within the 15th and 16th Centuries. Quite a few Celtic Clans have been additionally represented, permitting competition goers to delve into their ancestral heritage. Organisers stated the spotlight of the competition belonged to the Medieval Knights on horseback, who exhibited their abilities with the sword earlier than tackling one another with lances in an thrilling jousting show. The competition concluded within the night with a Celtic Competition Dance held within the Showground Pavilion, with patrons dancing to conventional Celtic and nation tunes performed by band ‘No Such Factor’. The Berry Celtic Competition is a group fundraising endeavor of the Rotary Membership of Berry. It’s supported by Shoalhaven Metropolis Council and native companies.

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The 13th Annual Berry Celtic Competition was greeted to superb Autumn sunshine on the Berry Showground on Saturday, Might 25.

The Irish Ambassador to Australia, Mr Breandan O Caollai, formally opened the occasion, adopted by an exquisite rendition of songs by younger songstress Stephanie Sword.

Eight Pipe Bands carried out all through the day, together with Irish dancing and different performances, together with the Humbug Celtic Group.

A Celtic clan member. Photo: Grahame Sweeney.

A Celtic clan member. Photograph: Grahame Sweeney.

Medieval villagers ‘The Jacobites’ and ‘The Firm of the Cross’ staged mock hand-to-hand battles and demonstrated what village life was like within the 15th and 16th Centuries.

Quite a few Celtic Clans have been additionally represented, permitting competition goers to delve into their ancestral heritage.

Songstress Stephanie Sword captivated the audience. Photo: Grahame Sweeney.

Songstress Stephanie Sword captivated the viewers. Photograph: Grahame Sweeney.

Organisers stated the spotlight of the competition belonged to the Medieval Knights on horseback, who exhibited their abilities with the sword earlier than tackling one another with lances in an thrilling jousting show.

The competition concluded within the night with a Celtic Competition Dance held within the Showground Pavilion, with patrons dancing to conventional Celtic and nation tunes performed by band ‘No Such Factor’.

The Shoalhaven City Pipers. Photo: Grahame Sweeney.

The Shoalhaven Metropolis Pipers. Photograph: Grahame Sweeney.

The Berry Celtic Competition is a group fundraising endeavor of the Rotary Membership of Berry. It’s supported by Shoalhaven Metropolis Council and native companies.

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