Chinchilla Show­girl win­ners an­nounced

Chinchilla News - - NEWS -

THE win­ners of the Chinchilla Show­girl com­pe­ti­tion have been crowned af­ter a night of glam­our at a gala din­ner last week­end.

Miss Show­girl win­ner Court­ney Drab­sch said it was a great night, even though she was a bit ner­vous.

“Talk­ing in front of peo­ple is some­thing that’s al­ways scary so that’s why I do it, to im­prove my speak­ing skills,” Miss Drab­sch said.

For Miss Drab­sch, be­ing Miss Show­girl is a way to rep­re­sent the show and im­prove her con­fi­dence.

“Go­ing to the show has al­ways been some­thing I’ve done since I was a kid,” she said.

“Win­ning Miss Show­girl, I think it’s a re­ally good op­por­tu­nity to boost my con­fi­dence but then help with the show and get more in­volved and help oth­ers too, and be a good rep­re­sen­ta­tive of Chinchilla’s show.

“And a way to meet new peo­ple.”

Miss Drab­sch will now move on to the next stage of the com­pe­ti­tion in Wan­doan.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

LO­CAL ROY­ALTY: Front: Show Princess Bre­ana Cook­son and run­ner-up Abi­gail Ban­ner­man; Back: Ju­nior Miss Show­girl Christina Ja­cob­sen, Miss Show­girl run­ner-up Emily Boyle, Miss Show­girl Court­ney Drab­sch, Ju­nior Miss Show­girl run­ner-up Mikayla Wil­son.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.