Talent Quest winners

The Waiuku Talent Quest was held on Sunday 27 August, with many taking part and sharing their talents with the community.
Senior Vocal 1st- Sienna Baker
2nd Sonni Manning
3rd Maddisyn Jeffries
Senior Instrumental 1st Eva Wu
2nd Jed Turnbull
3rd Maddisyn Jeffries
Vocal Duo/ Group 1st Sienna Baker and Mollie Syme
2nd Ella Herangi and Maddisyn Jeffries
3rd Tetiale, Charlotte and Izzy
Instrumental Duo/ Group 1st- Eva and Elisa Wu
Glenn Thompson Trophy for Instrumental Soloist- Elisa Wu
Bill and Shirley Guthrie Trophy for Senior Vocalist- Sienna Baker
Hardest Trier- Jack Moody received the Waiuku Country Music Club Trophy
Maureen and Winston Walters Trophy went to Patumahoe School as they had the most entries.
Elisa Wu was named the Best Performer of the day and received $100, donated by Maureen Walters and the Schultz Trophy.
Runner up for this award was Sienna Baker.
In the Junior Categories, vocalist Rosie Willson was first
2nd Olivia Waddell and 3rd Giselle Hagan
Junior Instrumental 1st Elisa Wu
2nd Adawna Yi and
3rd Olivia Long
In dance, Kaia Lynn was first and Bailey Lynn 2nd.
Best Junior Competitior went to Elisa Wu, with Kaia Lynn taking out the Dance section.
The organisers would like to thank all their sponsors. “Your generosity made a great day for the children.”
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