Introducing more debs…

June 5, 2009

The count down is on for this weekend’s Snow Ball and final preparations are being made. It has been an enormous commitment for everyone concerned, from organisers, to dance instructors, to the debutantes and their partners and their chauffeurs to and from practice. But, as the event comes to fruition, the evening promises to be spectacular, memorable and great fun for everyone concerned. Here are the remaining excited debutantes.


DANIKA FIELDS is 15 years old and is the daughter of Maree and Lyndon Fields.  

Danika is in Year 10 at Bingara Central School and is employed at the Bingara Fruit Market.  She has not yet decided on her career path.

Her partner at the debut will beTomas O’Rourke.


Seventeen year old KELLY WELSH attends Bingara Central School, where she is in Year 12.  She is also undertaking a traineeship at H. Fay and Sons IGA.

Kelly is the daughter of Maxine and Michael Welsh.  When she finishes her schooling, Kelly plans a career in the Armed Forces, as a member of the Army.  

Her debut partner is Jac Swain.


GABBIE BRENNAN, the daughter of David and Tania Brennan, attends Bingara Central School,where she is in Year 10.

Gabbie, aged 15, works after school at the Bingara Advocate, collating and delivering newspapers, and she also has a traineeship at the Bingara Fruit Market as part of her retail certificate studies. Gabbie also has baby-sitting jobs during holidays and at weekends.  After she completes Years 11 and 12 at Bingara, Gabbie plans to study forensic science or law at university. 

She loves reading and movies and has acted in a number of NWTC plays and has been involved in making a film. 

Gabbie’s partner at the ball will be Michael O’Brien.

BREANNA CRADDOCK, is 15 years old, and is the daughter of Tiffany Galvin and Mark Craddock. 

She is currently in Year 10 at Inverell High School, and would like to be a PE teacher when she completes her schooling.  Breanna works at the Imperial Hotel and the Bingara Bakehouse after school and in school holidays.  Her interests are all sports. 

Breanna’s partner at the debut will be Kyle Miller.

Elli Sinclair is the daughter of Scott and Georgina Sinclair and lives on the property Booroomooka, 43km from Bingara.

Elli is in Year 11 at Inverell High School where she has attended for over two years. As yet she has not decided on a career path, but intends having a “year out” on the completion of Year 12.

Elli’s partner is Andrew Kennedy.

Jade Dixon is 16 years old and is the daughter of Stuart and Nicole Dixon.

She is currently in Year 11 at Bingara Central School. Her hobbies include playing netball, swimming, shopping and dancing.  Once finished school, her goal is to become a beautician/nail technician and hairdresser.  She also hopes to one day work on a cruise ship and travel to America.

Jade will be partnered on the night by Karl Withers. Karl is the son of Scott and Libby Withers.

Jessica Heal is 18 years old and is the daughter of Helen Nicolle and Brian Heal and stepdaughter of David Nicolle.

She is currently enrolled in a Trainee Nurse Program at Inverell Hospital which she will use as a stepping stone to eventually become a paramedic.

Jessica has been a long time member of the Bingara Pony Club and also enjoys playing Austag.  She has finished her Year 12 studies last year at Warialda High and was also a student at Bingara Central School.

Kristen Rogers is 16 years old and is the daughter of David and Kylie Rogers.

Kristen will be partnered by Blake Fletcher. She is currently in year 11 and doing a traineeship in aged care at Touriandi Lodge.

Her interests are computers, netball and the band, Fall Out Boy.