HONLEY singer Kirsty Smith is on a winning streak at the Mrs Sunderland Music Festival.
Kirsty, 16, won the coveted Huddersfield Choral Society Rosebowl for Young Singers on Saturday.
She was awarded the rosebowl and £50.
On top of this, she was awarded the Louise Hinchliffe Trophy for being the most promising young singer in vocal classes 64 to 71.
Kirsty qualified to compete in the rosebowl contest after winning the Girls Solo 16&17 Years class.
She added to those two honours on Sunday by winning the highly-regarded Junior Vocal Recital 16-20 Years Dorothy Irwin Prize class.
The Vocal Recital 21 and Over Dorothy Irwin Prize class was won by Bradford woman Christine Quirk.
She was awarded the Mabel Sykes Trophy and £250.
This was Christine's second major honour at the festival.
Her first major award was the Samuel Firth Silver Rose Bowl, which she won on Saturday.
She received a Mrs Sunderland Medal and £100.
Christine, who has been singing for four years, has competed at the Mrs Sunderland festival for three years.
Under the rules of the Dorothy Irwin Prize classes, both Christine and Kirsty must spend their prize money on furthering their musical careers.
Taking second place in the Vocal Recital 21 and Over class was Alexandra Webster, of Leeds.
Alexandra has enjoyed a series of wins in the vocal classes.
She claimed first place in the German Lieder class, the Light Operatic Open class and the Ladies' Operatic Open class.
She also took second place in the British Composer class and third place in the Ladies' Oratorio Open class.
She took joint third with Huddersfield performer Stanley Solomons in the Music Theatre 17 and Over Class.
Results on Saturday:
Traditional British folk song, open:
1 Suzie Nelson, Holmfirth; 2 Maxine Taylor, Doncaster; 3 Natalie Moody, Stage 84 (Bingley performing arts school).
Light operatic, open:
1 Alexandra Webster, Leeds; 2 Jean Webster, Bradford; 3 Richard Buxton, Huddersfield.
Music theatre, 17 years and over:
1 Amanda Bouskill, Swinton; 2 Richard Buxton, Huddersfield; 3 Alexandra Webster, Leeds, and Stanley Solomons, Huddersfield.
Girls' solo, 16 and 17 years:
1 Kirsty Smith, Honley; 2 Sally Mitchell, Kirkheaton; 3 Eleanor Walter, Selby.
German lieder, open:
1 Alexandra Webster, Leeds; 2 David Bothwell, Honley; 3 Joanna Betts, Huddersfield.
Vocal duet, open:
1 Catherine Bosher, Bromley, and Stephanie Lewis, Guildford; 2 Elizabeth Atkinson and Laura Lemmon, Dalton; 3 Eleanor Walter, Selby, and Maxine Taylor, Doncaster.
British composer, open:
1 Kath Ireland, Peterlee; 2 Alexandra Webster, Leeds; 3 Catherine Bosher, Bromley.
1 Richard Buxton, Huddersfield; 2 James Allen, Scunthorpe; 3 Gerald Woollin, Ilkley.
1 Richard Evans, Kirkburton; 2 James Paskell, Shepley.
Young men's solo, 18 years and under:
1 Matthew Wood, Elland.
Men's oratorio, open:
1 Raymond Steel, Holmfirth, 2 Richard Buxton, Huddersfield; 3 James Paskell, Shepley.
Men's operatic, open:
1 Richard Buxton, Huddersfield; 2 Gerald Woollin, Ilkley; 3 James Paskell, Shepley.
1 Christine Quirk, Bradford; 2 Kath Ireland, Peterlee; 3 Della Mitchell, Fixby.
1 Joanna Betts, Huddersfield; 2 Elizabeth Atkinson, Dalton; 3 Lindsay McFarlane, Lincoln.
Girls' solo, nine years and under:
1 Reanna Geisler, Huddersfield; 2 Zoe Garbutt, Huddersfield; 3 Philippa Charnley, Huddersfield.
Boys' solo, unbroken voice:
1 Samuel Dumigan, Netherton; 2 Alexander Trigg, Mirfield; 3 Thomas Lambert, Marsh.
Girls' solo, 10 and 11 years:
1 Ann Wilkes, Beaumont Park; 2 Lauren Schofield, Bradford; 3 Jessica Ramsay, Wyke.
Girls' solo, 12 and 13 years:
1 Chloebeth Hamer, Halifax; 2 Rebecca Costigan, Bradford; 3 Rebecca Woodhead, Golcar.
Girls' solo, 14 and 15 years:
1 Kayleigh Stephenson, Halifax; 2 Maxine Taylor, Doncaster; 3 Lian Kelly, Marsden.
English song, 17 years and under:
1 Eleanor Walter, Selby; 2 Jenny Stafford, Huddersfield; 3 Maxine Taylor, Doncaster.
Huddersfield Choral Society Rosebowl:
1 Kirsty Smith, Honley; 2 Reanna Geisler, Huddersfield.
Samuel Firth Silver Rosebowl:
1 Christine Quirk, Bradford; 2 Lindsay McFarlane, Lincoln.
Percussion solo, 13 years and under:
1 Jonathan Beevers, Shelley; 2 Jack Greenwell, Lindley; 3 Matthew Bamforth, Slaithwaite, and Logan Hartley, Golcar.
Percussion solo, 16 years and under:
1 Simon Whittaker, Emley.
Drumkit solo, 13 years and under:
1 Jake Buckley, Shepley; 2 Charlie Buckley, Shepley; 3 Karl Dransfield, Golcar, and Oliver Entwhistle, Meltham.
Drumkit solo, 16 years and under:
1 Simon Whittaker, Emley; 2 Richard Heywood, Halifax.
Percussion or drumkit solo, open:
1 James Willoughby, Emley; 2 Tom Merry, Skelmanthorpe.
Vocal recital, 21 years and over (Dorothy Irwin Prize):
1 Christine Quirk, Bradford; 2 Alexandra Webster, Leeds; 3 Patricia Shires, Barnsley.
Junior vocal recital, 16 to 20 years (Dorothy Irwin Prize):
1 Kirsty Smith, Honley; 2 Sally Mitchell, Kirkheaton; 3 Alicia Taylor, Scapegoat Hill.