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Who will wear the crown?

THE battle will be at an end on August 15.

To the victor goes the spoils - the title of Moura Coal and Country Festival Entrant of the Year.

The combatants - three young ladies from the town raising funds for the community.

Hannah Clancy, 18, is a child care assistant.

She is sponsored by the CFMEU and has lived in Moura for 17 years.

Hannah enjoys dancing, swimming, fishing and football and has participated in various local and national fundraising and charity events including Clean-Up Australia Day, Anzac Day and the Red Shield Appeal.

Monica Thirgood, 26, is employed by Anglo Coal Dawson Mine as a safety officer

She is sponsored by the Moura Memorial Club and enjoys travelling, spending time with friends and going to boot camp.

Tiffany, 26, is a public servant at Queensland Transport.

She is sponsored by the Moura Bowls Club, the Moura Fish Stocking and the Moura Apex Club.

Tiffany enjoys spending time with her children at events like fishing comps and ballet.

She is a keen Broncos fan and organised the very successful Pink Night for the Cancer Council Queensland.

The Moura Coal and Country Festival Ball will be held on Saturday, August 15 at the Kianga Hall from 6pm. Tickets on sale at Culture Shack, Gillespie Street, Moura.


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