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Shearing Results from 150th Canterbury Show


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On behalf of Shearing Sports New Zealand

November 16, 2012


Results from the New Zealand Corriedale Championships at the 150th Canterbury Show, Christchurch, November 15-16, 2012:

International:

Transtasman Blades Test (4 sheep): New Zealand 164.011pts (Brian Thompson 14min 36.64sec, 75.832pts; Tim Hogg 14min 48.58sec, 88.179pts) beat Australia 182.355pts (John Dalla 15min 51.53sec, 77.327pts; Peter Artridge 19min 40.56sec, 105.028pts).

Shearing:

Open final (10 sheep): Jason Win (Reefton, NZ, and Coleraine, Aus) 12min 40.05sec, 58.603pts, 1; John Kirkpatrick (Napier) 12min 49.92sec, 61.296pts, 2; Nathan Stratford (Invercargill) 13min 21.41sec, 62.971pts, 3; Tony Coster (Rakaia) 12min 58.38sec, 66.219pts, 4; Grant Smith (Rakaia) 13min 36.34sec, 66.817pts, 5; Shaun Burgess (Rakaia) 13min 19.8sec, 70.69pts, 6.

Senior final (8 sheep): Corey Palmer (Dipton) 13min 48.67sec, 55.934pts, 1; Rowan Nesbit (Rangiora) 14min 28.03sec, 66.152pts, 2; Jack Fagan (Te Kuiti) 13min 39.17sec, 3; Brett Roberts (Mataura) 12min 33.61sec, 70.681pts, 4; Mark McCone (Geraldine) 12min 48.59sec, 73.68pts, 5; Jotham Rentoul (Wakefield) 17min 40..2sec, 78.010pts, 6.

Intermediate final (5 sheep): Phoenix Hawkins (Rakaia) 11min 0.05sec, 57.003pts, 1; Lyall Windleburn (Waiau) 10min 27.92sec, 72.596pts, 2; Paul Hodges (Geraldine) 11min 35.67sec, 77.384pts, 3; Andrew Leith (Dipton) 10min 34.81sec, 79.941pts, 4; Kaea Kingi (Pleasant Pt) 11min 55.47sec, 85.174pts, 5; Shun Oishi (Japan) 12min 10.22sec, 92.511pts, 6.

Blades final (5 sheep): Brian Thompson (Christchurch) 16min 30.7sec, 79.335pts, 1; Mike McConnell (Cave) 18min 4.83sec, 87f.242pts, 2; Noel Handley (Rangiora) 15min 50.36sec, 90.918pts, 3; Allan Oldfield (Geraldine) 19min 57.84sec, 92.092pts, 4; Richard Watson (North Canterbury) 19min 12.02sec, 92.401pts, 5; Tim Hogg (Timaru) 18min 43.08sec, 102.154pts, 6.

Canterbury Circuit final (10 sheep): Tony Coster (Rakaia) 12min 59sec, 69.85pts, 1; Chris Jones (Renwick) 12min 57sec, 71.35pts, 2; Grant Smith (Rakaia) 14min 9sec, 74.35pts, 3; Shaun Burgess (Rakaia) 15min 18sec, 76.4pts, 4; David Brooker (Hawarden) 14min 22sec, 82.6pts, 5; Tom Wilson (Darfield and Scotland): 13min 52sec, 86.8pts, 6.

Woolhandling:

Open final: Taiwha Nelson (Alexandra) 273.25pts, 1; Keryn Herbert (Te Awamutu) 302.97pts, 2; Tina Rimene (Masterton) 306.426pts, 3.

Senior final: Stevie Mason-Smallman (Taihape) 207.81pts, 1; Anne-Maree Kahukura (Omakau) 247.87pts, 2; Sheree Peterson (Milton) 247.9pts, 3.
Junior final: Kelly Paku (Cheviot) 159.512pts, 1; Daine Rehe (Te Teko) 224.78pts, 2; Valerie Weatherburn (-) 228.9pts, 3.

ENDS

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