Treasure Anthony of the Massacre Primary School has walked away with the 2013 Ti Matador title held on Saturday evening at the Goodwill Primary School.
She also won awards for Best Performing Arts and Best in National Wear. She also performed a ‘freedom’ dance.
Six girls competed in the three segment competition comprising of the Creole Speech or Pawol Kweyole, Performing Arts and National Wear.
They all displayed their knowledge of Dominica’s French Creole and Cocoy language throughout the competition.
The award for Best in Pawol Kweyol went to Celine Lewis of the St Luke’s Primary School.
Tatiannah Massicot of the Castle Bruce Primary School placed third while Oceane Charles of the Dublanc Primary School placed second.
The other contestants were Kurtillia Victor of the Trafalgar Primary School and Addisia James from the Wills Strathmore Stevens School.
Each contestant received tokens from sponsors of the show. The Best Creole/Kokoy Speech, Best Talent, Best In Wob, and Participation Plaques were donated by SIGN MAN.
Winner’s Trophy donated by Malita Winston-Bowers & Friends from Canada, 1st Runner up Trophy, donated by Dr. Damian Dublin, and 2nd runner up trophy by Lyn’s Beauty Therapy.
The Ti Matador competition was organised by the Performing Arts Workshop.