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Best of luck Sarah-Jane

Thursday, 5th April, 2012 12:00pm
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Best of luck Sarah-Jane

Sarah-Jane Curran with some of her colleagues at Stephens Cooke and Associates, (from left) Raymond Ryan, Sheila Mullen, Sarah-Jane Curran, Cllr Peter Burke and Mary Glynn.

Best of luck Sarah-Jane

Sarah-Jane Curran with some of her colleagues at Stephens Cooke and Associates, (from left) Raymond Ryan, Sheila Mullen, Sarah-Jane Curran, Cllr Peter Burke and Mary Glynn.

Sarah-Jane Curran from Streamstown, who works at Stephens Cooke and Associates in Mullingar, is competing in Germany at the WIDA European and World Championshhips on Sunday and Monday, representing her country.

She is one of 23 dancers travelling to Dusseldorf to compete against others from 25 countries, from Finland to Canada, Belarus to China, Japan to Ukraine, USA to Kazakhstan, Russia to Germany, Uruguay to Spain!

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