Cranborne once again demonstrated their musical pedigree over the weekend as two of their organisational choirs took major music honours in the district music festivals.

Across town in Chisipite, the Children’s Ministries was in action aiming to replicate last year’s performance at that stage where they won the music festival and at the second time of asking, they kindly obliged.

The choir retained the music crown for the second time in a row with the percussion team improving from last year’s display to finish second in their discipline.

Makanaka Muvhami, the choir director was adjudged the best of the rest, completing a remarkable musical story for the young heroes.

The victory was met with great scenes of jubilation amongst the kids with the news filtering through just as the Cranborne MUMC Choir was awaiting the outcome of their own performance on the same day on home territory.

The current conference music champions, hosting the men’s fellowship music fete for the second time in succession were also in action with defending champions Southlea Park very much in their sights as they too hoped for a great result at home.

The performances did light up the sanctuary and without doubt, the choir went all the way to clinch the district music title on home soil since 2010.

Both choirs’ success ensured passage to the conference editions with the Children’s Ministries festivals being staged this Saturday 10 August 2019 at Cranborne whilst the MUMC will have to wait for November to defend the conference honours they won in Mutambara last November.

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