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Beyond the Bale : June 2016
MARKET INTELLIGENCE 51 SECONDARY SCHOOL DIVISION AWARDS Champion Tessa Runting, Woodleigh School Second Place Lauren Rayner, WA College of Agriculture – Narrogin Third Place Deanna Johnston, Yanco Agricultural High School Champion Team Yanco Agricultural High School Top Performer in Wool Section Ella McCarthy, Woodleigh School Top Performer in Breeding Section Tessa Runting, Woodleigh School Top Performer in Production Section Lauren Rayner, WA College of Agriculture – Narrogin TERTIARY DIVISION AWARDS Champion Kristy Walters, Murdoch University Second Place Sarah Hain, University of New England Third Place Wendy Parish, University of Melbourne Champion Team University of Melbourne Top Performer in Wool Section Wendy Parish, University of Melbourne Top Performer in Breeding Section Sarah Hain, University of New England Top Performer in Production Section Kristy Walters, Murdoch University Yanco Agricultural High School was the winning team in the secondary school division. The University of Melbourne was the winning team in the tertiary division. Students undertaking the ram selection activity. A WA College of Agriculture student showing her skills at fleece throwing and wool handling. Condition scoring was one of the seven activities in the National Merino Challenge competition. Participating TAFEs and universities were: • Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW • La Trobe University, Melbourne, Vic • Murdoch University, Perth, WA • TAFE New England, Armidale, NSW • TAFE Riverina, Wagga Wagga, NSW • TAFE Western, Dubbo, NSW • The University of Adelaide, SA • University of Melbourne, Vic • University of New England, Armidale, NSW • University of Sydney, NSW AWI thanks the 2016 NMC sponsors – Royal Agricultural Society of NSW, Australian Wool Education Trust, Australian Wool Network, NSW Stud Merino Breeders Association, Michell Wool, NSW Department of Primary Industries, and Bralca – for making this event possible, as well as the dedicated volunteers for their time and expertise and the woolgrowers who provided their sheep: Roseville Park, Hillcreston Park and the University of Sydney.
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