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Poverty Bay Show shearing results

Poverty Bay Show shearing results

October 15, 2017

Results from the Poverty Bay A and P Show Shears at Gisborne on Saturday, October 14, 2017:
Open final (15 sheep): Rowland Smith (Ruawai/Hastings) 14min 55.59sec, 1; 52.113pts, 1; John Kirkpatrick (Napier) 15min 12sec, 54.867pts, 2; David Buick (Pongaroa) 15min 48.81sec, 57.907pts, 3; Darren Alexander (Whangamomona) 16min 55.91sec, 71.729pts, 4.
Senior final (7 sheep): Tegwyn Bradley (Woodville) 11min 33.9sec, 47.266pts, 1; Ricci Stevens (Napier) 11min 33.94sec, 47.268pts, 2; Laura Bradley (Woodville) 12mi 1.06sec, 48.053pts, 3; Paul Swann (Wairoa) 13min 2.72sec, 50.565pts, 4.
Intermediate final (6 sheep): Jayden Mainland (Wellsford) 10min 53sec, 44.483pts, 1; Daniel Seed (Woodville) 12min 33.94sec, 52.53pts, 2; Zane King (Gisborne) 11min 0.58sec, 56.862pts, 3; Jack King (Gisborne)10min 29.75sec, 64.321pts, 4.
Junior final (3 sheep): Paora Moanaroa (Eketahuna) 7min 49.1sec, 52.122pts, 1; Keith Swann (Wairoa) 8min 43.74sec, 53.187pts, 2; Brook Hamerton (Ruawai/Hastings) 9min 16.84sec, 54.175pts, 3; Rio Proudfoot (Gisborne) 9min 43.46sec, 74.84pts, 4.
Open final: Maryanne Baty (Gisborne) 89.6pts, 1; Monica Potae (Milton) 124.8pts, 2; Amy Karaka (Te Karaka) 131.6pts, 3; Carmen Smith (Pongaroa) 199.2pts, 4.
Senior final: Angela Stevens (Napier) 103.8pts, 1; Ash Boyce (Dannevirke) 118pts, 2; Bertram Ngarangione (Gisborne) 140pts, 3; Tawhai Cannell (Gisborne) 166pts, 4.
Junior final: Danielle Lewis (Gisborne) 100.2pts, 1; Lucky Garret (-) 102.8pts, 2; Shontelle Tuari (-) 121.4pts, 3; Cortez Ostler (Dannevirke) 122.4pts, 4.

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