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Jig of delight from Levi, Irish dance champ

PUBLISHED: 18:06 30 July 2008 | UPDATED: 15:04 25 August 2010

A SIX-YEAR-OLD boy has beaten hundreds of competitors to come first in an Irish dance competition.

A SIX-YEAR-OLD boy has beaten hundreds of competitors to come first in an Irish dance competition.

Levi Redworth, from Erith, won first place in two dances, the Light Jig and Hop Jig, in the Irish dance competition at Kemnal College, in Sidcup. Levi, who attends Courtney McMahon School of Irish dance in Bexley, was runner-up in the reel section in his age category. He was not the only success story for the Redworth family. Sister Bridget, 10, took first place in her age category. To find out more about the school, visit www.courtneymcmahon.com.


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