Medium wool at Sydney Royal

Jim and Caroline Darmody, Wantana Hills, Boorowa with the reserve and champion March-shorn medium wool ewes.
Jim and Caroline Darmody, Wantana Hills, Boorowa with the reserve and champion March-shorn medium wool ewes.

In the medium wool section, the grand champion ram exhibited by Mick Corkhill, Grassy Creek, Reids Flat was described by judge Russell Jones, Darriwell stud, Trundle has having outstanding structure.

"He is a very square ram, is wide and stands well with a deep and long body carrying a very heavy fleece," he said.

The reserve grand champion was exhibited by Gary and Donna Kopp, Towonga, Peak Hill.

It had been successful in the six teeth and over class.

The grand champion ewe successful in the March-shorn two tooth class was exhibited by Jim and Caroline Darmody, Wantana Hills, Boorowa.

Mr Jones thought the ewe was exemplary for it's overall balance and outlook.

"She is very well covered with a long stapled fleece with deep crimp ... a real bale filler," he said.

The reserve grand champion was paraded by James and Julie Barron, Adina, Jerangle having been successful in the not more than four tooth class.

Results:

Champion medium wool August-shorn ram - Greenland, Bungarby

Reserve - Hollow Mount, Bigga

Champion medium wool August-shorn ewe - Adina, Jerangle

Reserve - Greenland, Bungarby

Champion medium wool March-shorn ram - Grassy Creek, Reids Flat

Reserve - Towonga, Peak Hill

Champion medium wool March-shorn ewe - Wantana Hills, Boorowa

Reserve - Wantana Hills, Boorowa

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