Results from Carrickfergus Music Festival

Winners at the Saturday night gala at Carrick Festival are, from left, Aimee Neill ,  Jack Dalrymple Trophy; Grainne White, James Graham Scholarship and The Rose Bowl; Niamh Lynch, most promising pianist; Daniel Kerr, songs from the shows, The McConnell Trophy and the overall award The McCullough Salver; and Holly Hewitt, CMFA Woodwind Trophy; included is Helen Deakin, Federation adjudicator from Cornwall. INCT 20-706-CON
Winners at the Saturday night gala at Carrick Festival are, from left, Aimee Neill , Jack Dalrymple Trophy; Grainne White, James Graham Scholarship and The Rose Bowl; Niamh Lynch, most promising pianist; Daniel Kerr, songs from the shows, The McConnell Trophy and the overall award The McCullough Salver; and Holly Hewitt, CMFA Woodwind Trophy; included is Helen Deakin, Federation adjudicator from Cornwall. INCT 20-706-CON

A host of talented performers showcased their ability and picked up awards at this year’s Carrickfergus Music Festival.

Results were as follows:

(April 25) Class 204, boys and girls 7 years - 1st C Grant 86, 2nd G Grey 85, 3rd A McCracken 84. 265, boys and girls primary 7 - 1st P Esfandiary 88, L Farrelly 87, 3rd R Gibson-McMeekin, P Walker 86. 205, boys and girls 7 years - 1st C Grant 86, 2nd K Thompson 85, 3rd G Grey, R Pollard 84. 260B, boys and girls primary 2 - 1st J Wylie 87, 2nds T Mills, C Tweedie 86, 3rd S Costello, E O’Neill 85.

259A, boys and girls primary one - 1st G Smyth 86, 2nds P Lyons, A McKee 85, 3rd P Murtagh, B Doak 84. 261B, boys and girls primary 3 - 1st, E McKibbin 86, 2nd R Fleming, G McIlroy, 85, 3rd A Kirkpatrick, K Manderson 84.

213, boys and girls age 11 years - 1st A Nelson 87, 2nd S Syeda 86, 3rd D Ellis 85. 214, girls 11 years - 1st S Syeda 86. 249, bible reading 11, 12 and 13 years - 1st R Morrow 87, 2nd A Nelson 85, 3rd S Murphy 83. 224, own choice poem 11 and under 14 years - 1st S Murphy 86, 2nd R Morrow 85, 3rd A Graham 83.

241, prose reading 10 and 11 years - 1st A Nelson 86. 215, girls 12 years - 1st R Morrow 87. 238 quick study (prose) 12 and 13 years - 1st S Murphy 87. 216, boys 11 and 12 years - 1st S Murphy 88, 2nd D McAteer 86.

(April 26) 202, boys and girls age 6 - 1st Z Keating 87, 2nd O Gordon, L Berasik 85, 3rd A McKeown 84. 264B boy and girls primary six - 1st E Gaston 87, 2nd S Nesbitt, C McIlwaine 86, 3rd K Ellison, C Chambers 85.

203, boys and girls age six - 1st Z Keating 87, 2nd H McMillan 86, 3rd M Lennon 85. 263B, boys and girls primary five - 1st B McClean 87, 2nd R Byers, E Stirling 86, 3rd C Blair 85.

262B, boys and girls primary four - 1st V Saljay 87, 2nd H Daniels 86, 3rd E Reid, A Brown, O Brown 85. 210, boys and girls 10 years - 1st C Magee 87, 2nd A Sweetnam, T Teague 86, 3rd H Nicholson 85. 237, quick study prose 10 and 11 years - 1st A Nelson 86, 2nd E Mackey 85, 3rd C Magee 84. 211, boy and girls age 10 years - 1st H Nicholson 87, 2nd C Magee 86, 3rd A Sweetnam 85.

217, boys and girls age 13 and 14 - 1st T Murphy, 88, 2nd A Magee 85. 242 prose reading ages 12 and 13 - 1st S Murphy 87. 221, a poet of our times, 14 years and over - 1st A Magee 86. 239, quick story/prose, 14, 15 and 16 years - 1st T Murphy 87.

250, bible reading 14, 15 and 16 years - 1st T Murphy 87, 2nd B Lee 86, 3rd G McCullough 85. 218, boys and girls 15 and 16 years - 1st B Lee 87, 2nd G McCullough 85. 230, recital class 14, 15 and 16 years - 1st T Murphy 88, 2nd A Magee 86.

222, humorous poem 14 years and over - 1st G McCullough 87, 2nd A Magee 86. 225, own choice poem 14 and over - 1st T Murphy 88, 2nd C McCullough 87, 3rd G McCullough, B Lee 86.

(April 27) 206, boys and girls 8 years - 1st O Mackey 88, 2nd S Reid, A Owens 87, 3rd A Lennon 86. 261A, boys and girls primary three - 1st A Hughes 87, 2nd S Graham, J Esivbekpe 86, 3rd J Livingstone, R Petticrew, C Sweeney 85. 240, prose reading 8 and 9 years - 1st J McGrogan. 207, boys and girls age 8 years - 1st O Mackey 87, 2nd A Lennon 86, 3rd M Garvin 85.

236, quick study prose, 8 and 9 years - 1st O Mackey 86, 2nd J McGrogan 84. 263A, boys and girls primary five - 1st A Morrow 87, 2nd S Nerins 86, 3rd M Lyons, P Davidson 85. 262A, boys and girls primary four - 1st B Mawhinney 86, 2nd C Scott, E McCalmont 85, 3rd J Watson, E Turkington, L Cambridge, M Jardine 84.

(April 28) 244, prose reading age 17 years and over - 1st G Robinson 86, 2nd M Barnes 85. 220, Louis MacNeice 14 years and over - 1st G Robinson 88, 2nd C McCullough 85. 231, poetry reading 17 years and over - 1st M Barnes 87, 2nd G Robinson 86, 3rd K Glackin 84. 243, prose reading 14, 15 and 16 years - 1st T Murphy 87. 246, prepared speech 16 years and over - 1st M Barnes 87.

251, bible reading 17 years and over - 1st C McCullough 88, 2nd M Barnes 87, 3rd K Glackin 85. 223, sonnet 15 years and over - 1st G McCullough 88, 2nd C McCullough 87, 3rd G Robinson 86. 260A, boys and girls primary two - 1st J Smyth 87, 2nd L Kerr, E Glover 86, 3rd F Marlin, E Papaconstantinou 85. 208, boys and girls 9 years - 1st H Quinn 86, 2nd A Gordon 85.

259B, boys and girls primary one - 1st O Burnside 89, G Erwin, A Neill 86, 3rd C McGookin, O Johnston 85. 248, bible speaking - 1st A Grey 86. 209, boys and girls 9 years - 1st H Quinn 86, 2nd C Mullan 85, M Lukasik 84.

226, to encourage an interest in Shakespeare - 1st K Edgar 88, 2nd T Murphy 87, 3rd N Edgar 86. 219, men and women 17 years and over - 1st G Robinson 86, 2nd C McCullough 85.

(April 29) 220, boys and girls age 4 and 5 - 1st C Grant 87, 2nd M Hamilton 86, 3rd T Bambideb, J Snoddy 85. 201, boys and girls age 4 and 5 year - 1st C Grant 88. 264A, boys and girls primary six - 1st S Courtney 86, 2nd M Hutton 85, 3rd L Forsythe, R McMinn 84.

268, choral verse speaking primary six and seven - 1st Carrick Model Primary School 86. 235, choral verse speaking 13 years and under - 1st St Nicholas’ Primary School 87. 255, junior one act play under 12 years - 1st St Nicholas’ Primary School 86. 253, duologue boys and girls age 12 to 14 - 1st K Edgar and N Edgar 89.

(April 29) 270, The Kathleen McCarley Salver - Greenisland Primary School. Winner, J Wylie. 271, The Holmes-Phair Savler - Model Primary School. Winner, P Esfandiary. 272, The Anne McClure Cup - O Mackey.

227, The Mary C Kerr Trophy - T Murphy. 228, The Rose Bowl - G Robinson. The Murphy Trophy - C McCullough. The Sunnylands Primary School Trophy - St Nicholas’ Primary School. The Nelson Memorial Cup - A Magee. The Texaco Cup - K Edgar and N Edgar.

(May 5) 082, solo for boys and girls 5 and 6 years - 1st A Graham 84. 083, solo for boys and girls 7 and 8 years - 1st F Hillis 87, 2nd E McKenna, 3rd R Kennedy, I Brewster 85. 084, solo for boys and girls 9 and 10 years - 1st O Graham 87. 2nd J McVeigh, S Hamill, E Hanlon 86, 3rd S McClean 85.

085, vocal solo for girls age 11 and 12 years - 1st C McKinley 87, 2nd E Jenkins, S McKeegan 86, 3rd E Darling 85. 086, vocal girls solo 13 and 14 years - 1st H Glover 88, 2nd K Kerr 86, 3rd M Kempton, S Casement 85.

096, vocal solo for boys age 9, 10 and 11 - 1st J McMasler 88. 097, vocal solo for boys age 12 and 13 years - 1st L Stanfield 87.

099, vocal solo for male voice 14-18 - 1st D Kerr 89. 007, junior male choir - 1st Eden Primary School 86. 12 , action song 11 years and under - 1st Sunnylands Primary School.

(May 6) 13, action song - 1st Hill Croft School 85. 14A choir - 1st Hill Croft School 85.

115, songs from a musical show 12 - 14 years - 1st S McBride 88, M Kempton 87, K Kerr 86. 95, Percy French - 1st D Capper 87. 113 - 1st J Lamont. 116, ensemble musical theatre - 1st K Kerr, K Matthews, H Bedi 88. 104, tenor solo - 1st J Lamont 85. 9, unison hymn singing 11 years and under - 1st Eden Primary School 87, 2nd Sunnylands Primary School 86, 3rd Acorn Integrated Primary School 85. 5, school choir - 1st Sunnylands Primary School 87, Eden Primary School 86, Ben Madigan Prep 85.

(May 7) 23, piano grade 1 - T Cui 85. 24, piano grade 2 - 1st N Lynch 89, 2nd Z Kravcenko 87, R Joseph 86. Lowry Trophy - Eden Primary School. Simms Trophy - Carrickfergus Grammar School. ICI Trophy - Carrickfergus Grammar School. 25, piano grade 3 - 1st Y Choi 88, 2nd R Nethercott 87, 3rd M Panftlova, L O’Neill 85. 26, piano grade 4 - 1st M O’Neill 86. 31, piano duet 11 years and under - 1st R Neil and O Hale 84. 118 The Jack Dalrymple Trophy - A Neill.

114, song from a musical show and light opera - 1st D Kerr 92, 2nd A Neill 91, 3rd F Emelson, K Matthews 88. 115, The McConnell Trophy - D Kerr. £200 and Dorothy McCullough Silver Salver for the overall champion in music section, vocal, choral and instrumental - D Kerr. Most promising pianist - N Lynch. Most outstanding pianist and Holmes Piano Trophy - F Hickland. Overall strings player - G White. Overall brass player - S Brodison. Most promising brass - D Sharpe.