Bendigo ASBA Corriedale Junior Judging 2012
Geof Prell ‘Gundowringa’ Crookwell NS.W. was the over judge for the Senior Junior Judging this year. He was fantastic, giving the students at their level the fundamental attributes of judging Corriedale sheep. Bruce Hamblin’s team of enthusiastic helpers all took their stations and with Jim Venters on microphone the judging swung into action.
National Junior Judging winners were Claire Price and Matthew Thompson. Congratulations to these two young ambassadors soon to take a trip to New Zealand
The Corriedale Junior Judging Finalists are as follows:
16 years and over
1st. Sally Smyth YAHS, 2nd Rowan Home YAHS, 3rd Tanie Calder EMC, 4th Olivia Ryan Ballarat Grammar, 5th Rosie Cleve Finley, 6th Matthew Grooby EMC, 7th Chrish Shafto Tintern
14 years to 15 years
1st Ria Pillai Woodleigh, 2nd Bridget Leahy EMC, 3rd Stephie MacDonald Tintern, 4th Max Lawrence Ballarat Grammar, 5th Tom Plunkett Ballarat Grammar, 6th David Thompson St Gregory’s
13 years and under
1st Lucy Hodder –Packer Woodleigh, 2nd Alex Simpson Woodleigh, 3rd Kate Grooby EMC, 4th Tom Arnold YAHS, 5th Lachie Skinner EMC, 6th Iza Lamia EMC
10 Years and under Special Ribbon
Nathan Lush Investigator, Isaac Lush Investigator, Sam Johnson Keith S.A.
The Governor General Ms Quentin Bryce presented ribbons to students exhibiting their sheep in the Schools Sheep Competition. The warmth she exuberated to the students was a highlight and an occasion they will never forget. Graciously she joined them for photographs before leaving the pavilion.