2014 Royal Geelong Show Junior Judging results | Australian Corriedale Association Inc

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Royal Geelong Show Junior Judging 2014

The Royal Geelong Show Junior Judging began with an early 8.30 start for both Judges and Competitors. Our sincere thanks go to James Walker from Tasmania, Heather Stoney, Andrew Wilkins and Russell Duncombe for their excellent rapport with the students and their attention to detail while judging the students. Jim Venters handled the microphone with clarity and Charlie Clarke was fantastic on the laptop recording at great speed. Thankyou to Bron Ellis for secretarial preparation, Liz and Peter Russell for loaning their Corriedales, and the teachers for directing and assisting the students to the various stations. It all ran very smoothly and all students are to be congratulated for their attention to detail and their enthusiasm to compete in this event. Thankyou to Geoff Oliver ‘Englewood Park‘ for his sponsorship in this event.


It was decided to extend the Senior Students this year in the Geoff Oliver ‘Englewood Park’ competition with a team of four Corriedales  and a team of four Texels to judge. This was extremely successful and the seniors thoroughly enjoyed the experience. There were three classes this year and the main placings as follows:


1st John Cox  EMC

2nd Grace Calder La Trobe University

3rd Emily Attard Flinders Christian College

4th. Jack Kane Ballarat Grammar

5t h Gabrielle Wardrop Woodleigh

6th Daniel Mosele University of Melbourne


14 years to 16 years

1st Tessa Runting Woodleigh

2nd Ash Pircell  Woodleigh

Equal 3rd Sofia Grage – Moore  Woodleigh

Equal 3rd Amy Taylor  Tintern

5th Emily Healey  Flinders Christian College

6th Ella McCarthy   Woodleigh


13 years and under

1st Emily Smith EMC

Equal 2nd Max Hawkins Woodleigh

Equal 2nd Haden Falcon  Flinders Christian College

Equal 4th Ruby Croft  Woodeligh

Equal 4th Olivia Cross  Tintern


Encouragement Award

Eva Moselle    Woodleigh



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