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Beyond the Bale : June 2014
53 June 2014 BEYOND THE BALE ON-FARM SECONDARY SCHOOL DIVISION AWARDS Champion Nicola Wright, Cummins Area School Second Place Aidan Raeck, Yanco Agricultural High School Third Place Amber Meyers, Cummins Area School Champion Team Yanco Agricultural High School Top Performer in Wool Section Aidan Raeck, Yanco Agricultural High School Top Performer in Breeding Section Aidan Raeck, Yanco Agricultural High School Top Performer in Production Section Nicola Wright, Cummins Area School Champion Jordan Hoban, Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga Second Place Ian Cameron, University of Sydney Third Place Oliver Vidor, Marcus Oldham College Champion Team Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga Top Performer in Wool Section Grace Delahunty, Hunter TAFE Top Performer in Breeding Section Ben Noble, University of New England Top Performer in Production Section Nicholas White, La Trobe University TERTIARY DIVISION AWARDS Winning team in the secondary school division was Yanco Agricultural High School: Aidan Raeck, Colleen Head, Chantelle Gorman and Jack Turner. Nicola Wright from Cummins Area School who won the individual award in the secondary school division. Greg Sawyer of Australian Wool Network explaining to students the key aspects of a good quality fleece. Students' knowledge was tested across a range of topics from Merino fleece to selection principles. Michael Peden of 'Bullamalita', Goulburn, presenting results of the mini- challenges to the students. Winning team in the tertiary division was Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga: Cat Worner, Jordan Hoban, Patricia Coleman and Dione Howard. Jordan Hoban was also the winner of the individual award in the tertiary division.