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Results from the Northern Southland Community Shears


Results from the Northern Southland Community Shears at Laumsden on Friday, January 18, 2013:

National fullwool crossbred championships:

Shearing:

Open final (20 sheep): Nathan Stratford (Invercargill) 19min 40.91sec, 69.246pts, 1; John Kirkpatrick (Napier) 18min 20.86sec, 69.993pts, 2; Darrin Forde (Lorneville/Winton) 18min 6.7sec, 71.435pts, 3; Andy Mainland (Invercargill) 19min 55.28sec, 75.514pts, 4; Grant Smith (Rakaia) 21min 43.08sec, 78.504pts, 5; Angus Moore (Balclutha/Ward) 19min 48.45sec, 80.223pts, 6.

Senior final (12 sheep): Cory Palmer (Dipton) 15min 24.19sec, 57.043pts, 1; Brett Roberts (Mataura) 13min 38.22sec, 61..494pts, 2; Brook Todd (Dipton) 13min 39.61sec, 61.731pts, 3; Rob Mainland (Invercargill (Invercargill) 15min 48.59sec, 64.514pts, 4; Linton Palmer (Dipton) 17min 26.2sec, 65.393pts, 5; Tom Spence (Gisborne) 13min 25.81sec, 69.625pts, 6.

Intermediate final (8 sheep): Alex Smith (Rakaia) 12min 50.91sec, 52.171pts, 1; Andrew Leith (Dipton) 11min 9.61sec, 53.106pts, 2; Phoenix Hawkins (Rakaia) 12min 50.47sec, 53.649pts, 3; Ethan Pankhurst (Masterton) 13min 33.41sec, 54.296pts, 4; Hararei Te Whata (Mossburn) 14min 14.14sec, 58.332pts, 5; Mark Lyttle (-) 11min 21.41sec, 58.821pts, 6.

Junior final (5 sheep): Corey Smith (Rakaia) 9min 27.09sec, 43.555pts, 1; Kahn Culshaw (Ashburton) 7min 58.17sec, 48.509pts, 2; Brendan Humphries (Mataura) 10min 52.92sec, 49.446pts, 3; Chris Malcolm (Winton) 8min 2.55sec, 54.928pts, 4; Jade Ratima (Winton) 9min 6.88sec, 58.144pts, 5; Lionel Taumata (Gore) 7min 49sec, 60.85pts, 6.

Woolhandling:

Open final: Tia Potae (Milton) 268.43pts, 1; Tina Rimene (Masterton) 314.96pts, 2; Taiwha Nelson (Alexandra) 326.42pts, 3; Joel Henare (Gisborne) 331.93pts, 4.

Senior final: Jenna Holland (Tuatapere) 297.45pts, 1; Anne-Maree Kahunkura (Omakau) 301.22pts, 2; Mel Barrett (Riverton) 310.61pts, 3; Nardia Mason (Dannevirke) 418.33pts, 4.

Junior final: Emma Kate Rabbidge (Wyndham) 202.64pts, 1; Mary Gaudian (Cromwell) 206.83pts, 2; Sharon Tuhakaraina (Gore) 241.39pts, 3; Valerie Weatherburn (Gore) 300.11pts, 4.

Results of the Tauranga A and P Show Shears at Gate Pa Racecourse, Tauranga, on Saturday, January 19, 2013:

International (10 lambs): New Zealand Invitation 96.05pts (Doug Smith 10min 30.8sec, 47.44pts; Mark Grainger 9min 24.2sec, 48.61pts) beat Wales 100.81pts ( Richard Jones 10min 34.5sec, 49.925pts; Gareth Evans 9min 21.7sec, 50.885pts).

Open final (15 lambs): Digger Balme (Te Kuiti) 12min 16.1sec, 56.672pts, 1; David Fagan (Te Kuiti) 12min 19.5sec, 58.375pts, 2; Mark Grainger (Te Kuiti) 14min 6.1sec, 58.772pts, 3; Doug Smith (Ruawai/Hastings) 14min 9.9sec, 61.49pts, 4.

Open plate (8 lambs): Adam Brausch (Dannevirke) 7min 40.9sec, 38.545pts, 1; Lloyd Alexander (Waiuku) 8min 18.4sec, 43.67pts, 2; Richard Jones (Wales) 8min 13sec, 44.775pts, 3; Gareth Evans (Wales) 8min 28.3sec, 48..415pts, 4.

Senior final (10 lambs): Bryce Guy (Kaeo) 11min 21.3sec, 52.265pts, 1; Jack Fagan (Te Kuiti) 11min 54.1sec, 56.705pts, 2; Damon Macdonald (Coroglen) 13min 54.5sec, 66.925pts, 3,

Intermediate final (5 lambs): Charlie Guy (Kaeo) 8min 12.7sec, 41.835pts, 1; Darrin Alexander (Stratford) 7min 52.8sec, 47.44pts, 2; Peter Macdonald (-) 9min 27sec, 56.95pts, 3; Sam Brooks (Pio Pio) 7min 44.7sec, 58.035pts, 4.

Junior final (3 lambs): Marshall Guy (Kaeo) 5min 32.9sec, 36.978pts, 1; Josh Balme (Te Kuiti) 7min 9.8sec, 48.157pts, 2; Daniel Seed (-) 6min 23sec, 68.817pts, 3.

Results from the Wairoa A and P Show Shears on Saturday, January 19, 2013:

Open final (15 sheep): Cam Ferguson (Waipawa) 12min 51sec, 51.68pts, 1; Matthew Smith (Ruawai/Hastings) 12min 52sec, 56.99pts, 2; Bart Hadfield (Wairoa) 13min 51sec, 58.21pts, 3; Axle Reid (Taihape) 14min, 69.72sec, 4.

Senior final (10 sheep): Lachie Baynes (Wairoa) 13min 1sec, 49.6pts, 1; Hemi Braddick (Eketahuna) 13min 26sec, 52.4pts, 2; Paki Waerea (Bridge Pa) 13min 43sec, 57.35pts, 3; D.J.Crawford (Gisborne) 14min 12sec, 59.3pts, 4.

Intermediate final (4 sheep): David Gordon (Masterton) 6min 51sec, 31.3pts, 1; Adam Morton (Wairoa) 5min 55sec, 31.75pts, 2; Catherine Mullooly (Matawai) 6min 4sec, 33pts, 3; Terrance Durdy (Gisborne) 6min 34sec, 34.45pts, 4.

Junior final (3 sheep): Dion Hughes(Wales) 5min 35sec, 27.74pts, 1; Dewi Williams (Wales) 5min 3sec, 29.83pts, 2; Elgan Jones (Wales) 6min 36sec, 38.46pts, 3; James Jarden (Wairoa) 7min 26sec, 56.96pts, 4.

Novice (1 sheep): Jamie Alford (-) 4min 44sec, 24.2pts, 1; Campbell Roadley (Ruakituri)) 4min 21sec, 33.05pts, 2; Josh Knauf (Whakaki) 3min 55sec, 37.75pts, 3; Zane King (Gisborne) 2min 34sec, 45.7pts, 4.

Veterans (2 sheep): Russell Knight (Apiti) 3min 44sec, 19.2pts, 1; Marg Baynes (Wairoa)3min 55sec, 25.25pts, 2; Colin Baynes (Wairoa) 5min 6sec, 35.3pts, 3.

Results from the Golden Bay A and P Show Shears at Takaka on Saturday, January 19, 2013:

Open final (20 sheep): Hamish Bramley (Kaeo) 18min 15.75sec, 69.59pts, 1; Nick Nalder (Aaron Creek) 17min 51.97sec, 71.95pts, 2; Tony Nott (Blenheim) 19min 46.91sec, 72..55pts, 3.

Senior final (10 sheep): Travers Baigent (Golden Downs) 11min 47.88sec, 54.09pts, 1; Jotham Rentoul (Wakefield) 13min 53.18sec, 58.26pts, 2; Brett Williams (Tapawera) 12min 48.59sec, 58.33pts, 3.

Intermediate final (6 sheep): Stewart Howatson 10min 56.78sec, 54.17pts, 1; Neil MacDonald (Tapawera) 11min 53.41sec, 54.67pts, 2; Pam Irvine (Tapawera) 16min 35.94sec, 76.8pts, 3.

Junior final (3 sheep): Lloyd Rees (Wales) 5min 41.5sec, 43.08pts, 1; Nasa 5min 53.75sec, 51.02pts, 2; Pax Leetch 6min 37.91sec, 61.9pts, 3.

Results from the National Crossbred Lambs Championships at Winton A and P Show on Saturday, January 19, 2013:

Shearing:

Open final (20 lambs): John Kirkpatrick (Napier) 17min, 61.85pts, 1; Nathan Stratford (Invercargill) 18min 38sec, 69.3pts, 2; Darin Forde (Lornville/Winton) 16min 51sec, 70.25pts, 3; Tony Coster (Rakaia) 20min 3sec, 72.45pts, 4; Angus Moore (Balclutha/Ward) 17min 43sec, 73.45pts, 5; Tom Wilson (Darfield/Scotland) 20min 38sec, 85.85pts, 6.

Open Plate (10 lambs): Andy Mainland (Invercargill) 8min 57sec, 41.05pts, 1; Grant Smith (Rakaia) 10min 33sec, 41.95pts, 2; Troy Piper (Lumsden) 9min 50sec, 44.4pts, 3; Chris Vickers (Palmerston) 8min 57sec, 45.35pts, 4; Gavin Rowland (Dunsandel) 10min 24sec, 46.9pts, 5; Chas Tohiariki (Invercargill) 10min 47sec, 52.15pts, 6.

Senior final (12 lambs): Cory Palmer (Dipton) 16min, 59.084pts, 1; Brett Roberts (Mataura) 13min 51sec, 60.383pts, 2; Tamihana Karauria (Gisborne) 15min 28sec, 64.817pts, 3; Rob Mainland (Invercargill) 13min 43sec, 64.983pts, 4; Cliff Waihape (Mataura) 14min 13sec, 69.733pts, 5; Bevan Watson (Riverton) 16min 3sec, 75.15pts, 6.

Intermediate final (6 lambs): Phoenix Hawkins (Rakaia) 8min 48sec, 37.734pts, 1; Ethan Pankhurst (Masterton) 9min 51sec, 41.384pts, 2; Hararei Te Whata (Mossburn) 9min 51sec, 41.883pts, 3; Alex Smith (Rakaia) 10min 58sec, 44.9pts, 4; David Jackson (Sefton) 9min 16sec, 48.3pts, 5; Cory Green (Rakaia) 11min 7sec, 53.683pts, 6.

Junior final (5 lambs): Brendan Humphries (Mataura) 10min 12sec, 44pts, 1; Pagan Rimene (Alexandra) 10min 18sec 45.3pts, 2; Corey Smith (Rakaia) 10min 11sec, 45..35pts, 3; Taniora Poole (-) 9min 20sec, 46pts, 4; Lionel Taumata (Gore) 10min 20sec, 51.8pts, 5; Jan Hartman (Germany) 11min 12sec, 57pts, 6.

Woolhandling:

Open final: Keryn Herbert (Te Awamutu) 52.406pts, 1; Joel Henare (Gisborne) 74.57pts, 2; Tina Rimene (Masterton)( 91.15pts, 3; Amy Ruki (Invercargill) 108.844pts, 4.

Senior final: Juliette Lyon (Alexandra) 64.75pts, 1; Mel Barrett (Riverton) 90.06pts, 2; Tawhai Cannell (Gisborne) 95.91pts, 3; Maiden Elers (Mataura) 109.97pts, 4.

Junior final: Sharon Tuhakaraina (Gore) 57.06pts, 1; Emma Kate Rabbidge (Wyndham) 75.6pts, 2; Valerie Weatherburn (Gore) 77.19pts, 3; Waimarama Manukau (Gore) 77.47pts, 4.

Results from the Horowhenua A and P Show Shears at Levin on Sunday, January 20, 2013:

Open final (15 sheep): Rowland Smith (Ruawai/Hastings) 14min 45sec, 54.12pts, 1; Cam Ferguson (Waipawa) 14min 54sec, 54.94pts, 2; Adam Brausch (Dannevirke) 15min 1sec, 56.23pts, 3; David Buick (Pongaroa) 14min 57sec, 57.53pts, 4.

Senior final (10 sheep): Steven Hanson (Eketahuna) 13min 15sec, 51.45pts, 1; Michael Rolston (Levin) 12min 56sec, 52.4pts, 2; Cam Hicks (Marton) 12min 55sec, 53.95pts, 3; Hemi Braddick (Eketahuna) 13min 2sec, 54.4pts, 4.

Intermediate final (4 sheep): David Gordon (Masterton) 6min 35sec, 30.25pts, 1; Catherine Mullooly (Matawai) 7min 45sec, 35.5pts, 2; Loic Leygonie (France) 6min 37sec, 36.85pts, 3; Quinton Sanson (Feilding) 7min 30sec, 37.25pts, 4.

Junior final (3 sheep): Elgan Jones (Wales) 5min 56sec, 30.12pts, 1; Duran Smith (Gisborne) 5min 48sec, 36.06pts, 2; Dewi Williams (Wales) 6min 3sec, 36.14pts, 3; Neil Bryant (Levin) 7min 37sec, 36.18pts, 4.

Novice final (2 sheep): Zane King (Gisborne) 4min 46sec, 36.3pts, 1; Graham Cudby (-) 5min 45sec, 36.75pts, 2; Sam Gammie (-) 5min 43sec, 48.65pts, 3; Bradman Franks (-) 6min 2sec, 51.6pts, 4.

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