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Mainland Europe Irish Dancing Championship
(Oireachtas Rince na hEorpa 2010)
Saturday 6th November 08:00 am Hall "A"
There are two results for each of these Solo Championships. One will be the Open
Championship result and the second will be the Mainland Europe Championship result,
which is the Mainland Europe World Qualifiers result for Worlds 2011 in Dublin.
Qualifying Solo Dancing Championship for Mainland Europe
Girls/Ladies must dance Reel/Slip Jig, Jig /Hornpipe and Set Dance in either 6/8, 4/4 or 2/4 time
Boys/Gents must dance Reel, Jig/Hornpipe and Set Dance in either 6/8, 4/4 or 2/4 time
100 Girls Under 10
101 Boys Under 10
102 Girls 10 - 11
103 Boys 10 - 11
104 Girls 11 - 12
105 Boys 11 - 12
106 Girls 12 - 13
107 Boys 12 - 13
108 Girls 13 - 14
109 Boys 13 - 14
110 Girls 14 - 15
111 Boys 14 - 15
Qualifying Céili Dancing Championship for Mainland Europe
Any one eight-hand dance from the An Coimisi ún handbook “Ár Rincí Fóirne”
112 Minor Ceili Championship Under 12 Girls
113 Minor Ceili Championship Under 12 Mixed
114 Junior Ceili Championship 12 - 15 Girls
115 Junior Ceili Championship 12 - 15 Mixed
Qualifying Figure Dancing Championship for Mainland Europe
Each team in Figure Dancing competitions will perform one figure-dance not exceeding 4 minutes
duration. Please read the rules and directions carefully in the 2011 World Brochure. Also see the
page regarding age concessions for team.
116 Minor Figure Dancing Champ. Under 12 Girls
117 Minor Figure Dancing Champ. Under 12 Mixed
118 Junior Figure Dancing Champ. 12 - 15 Girls
119 Junior Figure Dancing Champ. 12 - 15 Mixed
12:30 pm Results & Lunch
Mainland Europe Irish Dancing Championship
(Oireachtas Rince na hEorpa 2010)
Saturday 6th November 01:00 pm Hall "A"
Qualifying Solo Dancing Championship for Mainland Europe
Girls/Ladies must dance Reel/Slip Jig, Jig/Hornpipe and Set Dance in either 6/8, 4/4 or 2/4 time
Boys/Gents must dance Reel, Jig/Hornpipe and Set Dance in either 6/8, 4/4 or 2/4 time
120 Girls 15 - 16
121 Boys 15 - 16
122 Girls 16 - 17
123 Boys 16 - 17
124 Ladies 17 - 18
125 Gents 17 - 18
126 Ladies 18 - 19
127 Ladies 19 - 20
128 Gents 18 - 20
129 Senior Ladies Over 20
130 Senior Gents Over 20
Qualifying Céili Dancing Championship for Mainland Europe
Any one eight-hand dance from the An Coimisiún handbook “Ár Rincí Fóirne”
131 Senior Ceili Championship Over 15 Ladies
132 Senior Ceili Championship Over 15 Mixed
Qualifying Figure Dancing Championship for Mainland Europe
Each team in Figure Dancing competitions will perform one figure-dance not exceeding 4 minutes
duration. Please read the rules and directions carefully in the 2011 World Brochure. Also see the
page regarding age concessions for team.
133 Senior Figure Championship Over 15 Ladies
134 Senior Figure Championship Over 15 Mixed
05:00 pm Results followed by Parade of Champions
RTME presents
Mainland Europe Irish Dancing Championships Dinner Dance
at the ARCOTEL CAMINO 8pm till late
Alongside RTME will be hosting a kids party for all under 16 dancers and friends.
Tickets and information are soon available on the RTME website
www.europeirishdancing.com
RTME Feis 2010
(Feis na hEorpa 2010)
Saturday November 6th 08:00 am Hall "B"
Beginners Floor 1 Floor 2
Reel 1 & 1a Under 7 & 13 - 15 1b 7-9
Reel 2 9 - 11 2a 11 - 13
Light Jig 3 & 3a Under 7 & 13 - 15 3b 7-9
Light Jig 4 9 - 11 4a 11 - 13
Slip Jig 5 & 5a Under 7 & 13 - 15 5b 7-9
Slip Jig 6 9 - 11 6a 11 - 13
Single Jig 7 & 7a Under 7 & 13 - 15 7b 7-9
Single Jig 8 9 - 11 8a 11 - 13
Heavy Jig 9 & 9a Under 7 & 13 - 15 9b 7-9
Heavy Jig 10 9 - 11 10a 11 - 13
Hornpipe 11 & 11a Under 7 & 13 - 15 11b 7-9
Hornpipe 12 9 - 11 12a 11 - 13
10:00 am Results
Primary Floor 1 Floor 2
Reel 13 & 13a Under 7 & 13 - 15 13b 7-9
Reel 14 9 - 11 14a 11 - 13
Light Jig 15 & 15a Under 7 & 13 - 15 15b 7-9
Light Jig 16 9 - 11 16a 11 - 13
Slip Jig 17 & 17a Under 7 & 13 - 15 17b 7-9
Slip Jig 18 9 - 11 18a 11 - 13
Single Jig 19 & 19a Under 7 & 13 - 15 19b 7-9
Single Jig 20 9 - 11 20a 11 - 13
Heavy Jig 21 & 21a Under 7 & 13 - 15 21b 7-9
Heavy Jig 22 9 - 11 22a 11 - 13
Hornpipe 23 & 23a Under 7 & 13 - 15 23b 7-9
Hornpipe 24 9 - 11 24a 11 - 13
Trophy 25 & 25a Under 7 & 13 - 15 25b 7-9
Trophy 26 9 - 11 26a 11 - 13
Traditional Set 27 & 27a Under 7 & 13 - 15 27b 7-9
Traditional Set 28 9 - 11 28a 11 - 13
12:30 pm Results and Lunch
** See rule no. 13
Floor 1 Floor 2
**Stuttgart Trophy 29 Under 11 29a 11 - 15
2 hand Reel 30 Under 10 30a Under 15
3 hand Reel 31 Under 10 31a Under 15
4 hand Reel 32 Under 10 32a Under 15
6/8 hand Reel 33 Under 10 33a Under 15
RTME Feis 2010
(Feis na hEorpa 2010)
Saturday November 6th 02:30 pm Hall "B"
Intermediate Floor 1 Floor 2
Reel 34 Under 9 34a 9 - 11
Reel 35 13 - 15 35a 11 - 13
Slip Jig 36 Under 9 36a 9 - 11
Slip Jig 37 13 - 15 37a 11 - 13
Heavy Jig 38 Under 9 38a 9 - 11
Heavy Jig 39 13 - 15 39a 11 - 13
Hornpipe 40 Under 9 40a 9 - 11
Hornpipe 41 13 - 15 41a 11 - 13
Trophy 42 Under 9 42a 9 - 11
Trophy 43 13 - 15 43a 11 - 13
Traditional Set 44 Under 9 44a 9 - 11
Traditional Set 45 13 - 15 45a 11 - 13
Any Level Floor 1 Floor 2
Treble Reel 46 Under 11 46a 11 - 15
05:00 pm Results
Sunday November 7th 08:30 am Hall "A"
Beginners Main Stage Floor 1 Floor 2 Floor 3
47 & 17 – 20 &
Reel 47b 28 - 35 47c 15 - 17 47d 20 - 28
47a Over 35
48 & 17 – 20 &
Light Jig 48b 28 - 35 48c 15 - 17 48d 20 - 28
48a Over 35
49 & 17 – 20 &
Single Jig 49b 28 - 35 49c 15 - 17 49d 20 - 28
49a Over 35
50 & 17 – 20 &
Slip Jig 50b 28 - 35 50c 15 - 17 50d 20 - 28
50a Over 35
51 & 17 – 20 &
Heavy Jig 51b 28 - 35 51c 15 - 17 51d 20 - 28
51a Over 35
52 & 17 – 20 &
Hornpipe 52b 28 - 35 52c 15 - 17 52d 20 - 28
52a Over 35
Primary Main Stage Floor 1 Floor 2 Floor 3
53 & 17 – 20 &
Reel 53b 28 - 35 53c 15 - 17 53d 20 - 28
53a Over 35
54 & 17 – 20 &
Light Jig 54b 28 - 35 54c 15 - 17 54d 20 - 28
54a Over 35
Sunday November 7th Hall "A" Continued
Primary Main Stage Floor 1 Floor 2 Floor 3
55 & 17 – 20
Single Jig 55b 28 - 35 55c 15 - 17 55d 20 - 28
55a Over 35
56 & 17 – 20 &
Slip Jig 56b 28 - 35 56c 15 - 17 56d 20 - 28
56a Over 35
57 & 17 – 20 &
Heavy Jig 57b 28 - 35 57c 15 - 17 57d 20 - 28
57a Over 35
58 & 17 – 20 &
Hornpipe 58b 28 - 35 58c 15 - 17 58d 20 - 28
58a Over 35
59 & 17 -20 &
Trophy 59b 28 - 35 59c 15 - 17 59d 20 - 28
59a Over 35
60 & 17 -20 &
Traditional Set 60b 28 - 35 60c 15 - 17 60d 20 - 28
60a Over 35
11:00 am Results
Main Stage Floor 1 Floor 2 Floor 3
*Stuttgart
61 15 - 20 61a Over 20
Trophy
2 hand Reel 62 Under 16 62a Under 20 62b Under 30 62c Over 30
3 hand Reel 63 Under 16 63a Under 20 63b Under 30 63c Over 30
4 hand Reel 64 Under 16 64a Under 20 64b Under 30 64c Over 30
6/8 hand Reel 65 Under 16 65a Over 16
01:00 pm Results and Lunch
Intermediate Main Stage Floor 1 Floor 2 Floor 3
66 & 17 – 20 &
Reel 66b 28 - 35 66c 15 - 17 66d 20 - 28
66a Over 35
67 & 17 – 20 &
Slip Jig 67b 28 - 35 67c 15 - 17 67d 20 - 28
67a Over 35
68 & 17 – 20 &
Heavy Jig 68b 28 - 35 68c 15 - 17 68d 20 - 28
68a Over 35
69 & 17 – 20 &
Hornpipe 69b 28 - 35 69c 15 - 17 69d 20 - 28
69a Over 35
70 & 17 – 20 &
Trophy 70b 28 - 35 70c 15 - 17 70d 20 - 28
70a Over 35
71 & 17 – 20 &
Traditional Set 71b 28 - 35 71c 15 - 17 71d 20 - 28
71a Over 35
Any Level Main Stage Floor 1 Floor 2 Floor 3
Treble Reel 72 Under 15 72a 15 - 20 72b 20 - 28 72c Over 28
04:00 pm Approx finish
Registered by: Biagio Mineo TMRF
Mainland Europe Irish Dancing Championship
(Oireachtas Rince na hEorpa 2010)
Rules for the Qualifying Championships
1. Dancers resident in Mainland Europe of Open standard are eligible to compete in
the Qualifying Championships - Oireachtas Rince na hEorpa 2010.
2. Three adjudicators will adjudicate the Qualifying Championships.
3. Qualifying for Oireachtas Rince na Cruinne will be determined by this panel of
adjudicators, who will take into account the rulings with regard to the number of
qualifiers permitted as laid down by the rules of An Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha & any
other rules pertaining to qualifying for Oireachtas Rince na Cruinne 2011.
4. In the case of Championships competitors will dance 48 bars of music in the Reel
and Jig, and 40 bars of music in the Slip Jig and Hornpipe. Championships will
commence with the Heavy Dance Round.
5. Only Set Dances included in the Oireachtas brochure 2011 (available on the CLRG
website under download) may be performed in Step Dancing Competitions at the
Qualifiers. Minimum metronomic speeds are outlined there too.
6. A dancer who does not complete his/her Championship will not be awarded a place
at the Oireachtas.
7. All teachers should notify and explain the rules and regulations for dancing at the
World Qualifiers to their dancers.
8. Please note that age groups 18 - 20 in the Ladies solo competitions have been split
to accommodate the change made to the World syllabus for 2011.
Qualifying for Teams
1. Each team in the Qualifying Ceili Championship must have learned and be prepared
to dance one full eight hand. The chosen dance must be performed in accordance with
the An Coimisiún handbook “Ár Rincí Fóirne."
2. In Figure Dancing Championships each team must consist of no fewer than eight
and no more than sixteen dancers.
3. Mainland Europe Irish Dancing Championships follow the same rules and
directions for Step Dancing, Ceili Dancing and Figure Dancing as the Worlds. Please
see the 2011 World syllabus for all of these General Rules.
Rialacha na Feise - RTME Feis Rules
1. Entries will only be accepted from dancing teachers currently registered with An
Coimisiún le Gaelacha for the years 2010/2011.
2. Age will be taken on 1st January 2010. Whatever age you turn in 2010, you dance
under that age, e.g. your date of birth is 16th April 2000; you dance Under 10 all year.
3. Evidence of age may be requested.
4. Beginner and Primary levels are open to all regions.
5. Beginner Grade competitions are confined to dancers who have never won first
prize for that particular dance. In Beginner Grade competitions only basic steps may be
performed.
6. Primary Grade competitions are confined to dancers who have never won first
prize for that particular dance other than in the Beginner Grade.
7. If a beginner competition has 6 competitors or more, the first 2 places advance to
the next grade regardless of ties. If a beginner competition has 11 competitors or more,
the first 3 places advance to the next grade regardless of ties. (RTME ruling, Sept.
2007)
8. If a primary competition has 6 or more dancers, the first place advances to the next
grade, regardless of ties. (RTME ruling Dec. 2009)
9. Dancers competing in the Treble reel competition will dance 16 bars down the line.
10. Intermediate Grade competitions are open to all dancers who have not previously
won first prize for that particular dance in Intermediate or Open Grade under the same
or higher age limits. If a dancer from Mainland Europe wins in intermediate, they must
advance into open for the remainder of that calendar year. If they do not win in open,
they may return to intermediate at the beginning of the next calendar year. (RTME
ruling, Sept. 2007)
11. Primary Trophy competitions will be a light or heavy shoe dance at
Beginner/Primary level. Dancers will dance 16 bars down the line in their chosen
dance.
12. Intermediate Trophy competitions will be a heavy shoe dance at Intermediate
level. Dancers will dance 16 bars down the line in their chosen dance.
13. “Stuttgart Trophy” is a special competition for Beginner & Primary level
dancers, new for the RTME Feis this year. Dancers, who place in the top three
places in the Primary trophy results, are eligible to take part in this new
competition. The 1st place winner will move up a level in both dances he or she
will perform. Dancers will dance 16 bars down the line in light & heavy shoe. If a
dancer has no more light dances at Primary level, he/she can dance two heavy shoe
dances (Jig & Hornpipe). If a dancer has no more heavy dances, he/she can dance two
light shoe dances (Reel, Light jig, Single jig, Slip Jig).
14. All Beginner, Primary and Intermediate solo competitions (excluding trophy
competitions) will dance to 32 bars down the line.
15. All Open Championships and Qualifiers will be required to dance 48 bars in the
Reel and Jig and 40 bars in the Slip jig and Hornpipe. Please note that the European
Qualifiers will run alongside the Open Championships with two different results.
16. Traditional Set Dance competitions are a choice out of 6 traditional, St. Patrick’s
Day, Blackbird, Job of Journeywork, Garden of Daisies, King of the Fairies and Jockey
to the Fair. If you win a first place in any traditional set dance competition you move
into the next level in all 6 Traditional Set dances.
17. Where there are five dancers or less for Beginner, Primary and Intermediate
competitions, the results will not affect their grading.
18. The Oireachtas Feis will use 40 bars for 2-hands and 3-hands and lead, body and the
first figure for 4-hands and 8-hands.
19. Music will be played at the recognized Mainland European speeds.
Reel Beginners 121/123 Primary 116/118 Intermed. 113 Open 113
Light Jig 116 116 116 116
Slip Jig 121 120 113 113
Single Jig 123 123 121 121
Heavy Jig 89 82 73 73
Hornpipe 142 130 113 113
20. Team dances (four hands and upward) must be performed in accordance with the An
Coimisiún handbook “Ár Rincí Fóirne”.
21. Championship trophies must be signed for by the teacher (or a representative of
the teacher if the latter is not present) and returned to the organizers after 11 months.
22. Within the limits specified in the Rules of An Comisiún the organizers may at their
discretion cancel competitions with insufficient entries.
23. Objections must be lodged in writing within one hour of the announcement of the
result of a competition accompanied by a fee of €20.
24. Order and quiet must be kept in the hall, particularly while competitors are dancing.
25. Food and drink must not be consumed in the hall, neither is smoking permitted.
26. The use of video and/or digital cameras in the hall is not permitted. Only the
official feis photographer is permitted to take photographs. Mobile phones must
be switched off. Cameras may be used during the results.
27. Competitors must be in costume and ready to dance 30 minutes before their
competitions are scheduled to start.
28. RTME Feis organizers cannot accept any liability for injuries sustained or for the loss
of, or damage to property or belongings, which may occur during the Oireachtas or
Feis.
29. The adjudicator’s decision is final.
30. Only Feis officials may approach the adjudicators during competition sessions.
31. The lodgment of an entry will be taken to mean that a teacher and their pupils
understand these rules and undertake to abide by them.
32. No refunds will be made.
33. En Pointe/block work is not permitted for dancers up to and including the Under 12
age group.
34. Make-up will not be permitted for any dancer in the first two grades up to and
including the Under 12 age group worldwide.
35. The Feis and Oireachtas will run in accordance with the Rules of An Coimisiún le
Rinci Gaelacha.
36. The dress code in accordance with An Coimisiun rules will be strictly observed i.e.
for the sake of modesty, and in the interest of safety to young people dancers will not
be permitted to walk around the Feis scantily dressed.
Registered by: Biagio Mineo TMRF


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