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Semi Final And Finals Qualifiers From The First Day

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On behalf of Shearing Sports New Zealand

February 28, 2013

Semi Final And Finals Qualifiers From The First Day Of The 53rd Golden Shears In Masterton Today:

Shearing:

Senior semi-final qualifiers: Hemi Braddick (Eketahuna), Steven Hanson (Eketahuna), Michael Rolston (Levin), Jack Fagan (Te Kuiti), Bryce Guy (Kaeo), Lachie Baynes (Wairoa), Turuhia Edmonds (Raetihi), Casey Bailey (Masterton), Linton Palmer (Dipton), Brett Roberts (Mataura), Steven Reiri (Masterton), Rangi Sullivan (Masterton), Corey Palmer (Dipton), Dean Herlihy (Whangamomona), Damian Bloomfield (Dannevirke), Brook Todd (Dipton), Timothy Bailey (Australia), Robert Mudgway (Taihape). Semi-finals on Saturday morning.

Intermediate semi-final qualifiers: David Gordon (Masterton), Dion Hughes (Wales), Andrew Leith (Dipton), Terence Durdy (Gisborne), Dylan McGruddy (Masterton), Phoenix Hawkins (Martinborough), Ryan Boot (Wairata), Fraser Quinlivan (Feilding), Adam Morton (Wairoa), Simon Goss (Kimbolton), Sam Brooks (Piopio), Charlie Guy (Kaeo), Simon Nikora (Dannevirke), Catherine Mullooly(Matawai), Joseph Stevens (Ireland), Gavin Kelly (Taihape), Scott Speed (Australia), Wayne Malcolm (Winton). Semi-finals on Friday morning.

Junior semi-final qualifiers: Marshall Guy (Kaeo), Ynyr Pugh (Wales), Ramone Smith (Gisborne), Pagan Rimene (Masterton), Corey Smith (Rakai), Michael Newton (Australia), Dylan Jones (Wales), Lionel Taumata (Gore), Christopher Malcolm (Winton), Duran Smith (Gisborne), Josh Balme (Te Kuiti), Marley Elers (Mataura), Kahn Culshaw (Mataura), Kieran Jones (Isle of Man), Matthew Truscott (Dannevirke), Brya Harrison (Okaihau), Ben Lilley (Pahiatua), Jayden Hiroti(Raetihi). Semi-finals on Friday morning.

Woolhandling:

Junior semi-final qualifiers: Vinnie Goodger (Masterton), Tiffany Kumeroa (Whanganui), Sarah Higgins (Havelock), Lauren Sargent (Masterton), David Gordon (Masterton), Anna Braddick (Eketahuna), Diane Mason (Masterton), Paige Parks (Masterton), Jasmaree Hogg (Masterton), Ayla Sutton (Dannevirke), Robyn O’Donnell (Masterton), Daine Rehe (Christchurch). Semi-finals on Saturday morning.

Woolpressing:

Men’s semi-final qualifiers: Vinnie Goodger (Masterton), Jeremy Goodger (Mastertgon), Cam Hicks (Marton), Tumanako Waikare (Masterton), Stuart Wilton (Masterton), Joseph Mygind (Dannevirke). Semi-finals on Friday morning.

Women’s final qualifiers: Christine Wolland (Pahiatua), Fiona Christensen (Masterton). Final on Friday morning.

Pairs final qualifiers: Conan Harmon and Vinnie Goodger (Masterton), Jeremy Goodger and James Goodger (Masterton), Jimmy Samuels and Cam Hicks (Marton), Cushla Abraham and David Gordon (Masterton). Final on Friday night.

ENDS

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