Come along and enjoy the spectacle, excitement and fun of the Tyrendarra Agricultural Show.
It features a pet competition, cattle, horses, sheep, poultry, a car show and shine, vintage tractor and motor display, craft, cooking and vegetable competitions plus a whole lot more. The show will be held on the Tyrendarra Recreational Reserve on Saturday 8th February 2020. You will be amazed by the quality of our regional show.
Pensioners $5 ( Cards must be presented)
Children under 13 free
Tyrendarra Pastoral and Agricultural Society Inc.
103rd Annual Sow Program
President A Burley
Vice-president E Johnstone
Secretary R Nunn (03) 5529 5271 6772 Princes Highway Tyrendarra 3285
Assistant secretary W Peters
Treasurer K Joseph
Committee R Malseed, M Wilksch, M Richter-Rundell, R Ingram, W Wilksch, A Donovan. G Donovan.
Tyrendarra P&A Society Inc is affiliated with;
Victorian Agricultural Shows Limited
Western Districts & Border Affiliated Agricultural Societies Association Inc.
Equestrian Federation of Australia (Vic Branch) Inc.
Show Convenor Mrs R Nunn 5529 5271
Public relation officers A Burley 0407 891 313 Ruth Ingram 5529 2519
Michelle Walsh 0437 792 236
Disputes Committee President, Secretary, Treasurer and Senior Steward of section concerned
Grand Parade co-Ordinators Mr I Boyer, Mr P Saunders
Parking Mr R J Orchard Mr G Down
Trade Exhibits and Side Shows C Aley D Walter
Hon Legal Adviser Mr P Howman
St John Ambulance in attendance
Hon Vet Surgeon Dr Ann Miller
Mr A J Cocks, Mr M S Peters, Mr N R Adamson, Mr B E Joseph, Mrs W J Peters, Mr P W Malseed, Mrs R V Malseed, Mrs R L Nunn, Ms R E Ingram, Ms K P Joseph, Mr B C Nicholls, Mrs J I Moutray
Past Life Members
Mrs D B Adams, Mr D L Arnott, Mr N D Arnott, Mr M Bree, Mr R H Carter, Mr D Coustley, Mrs M Devlin. Mr Jas Devlin, Mrs A I Ellis, Mr J H Ellis, Mr D Holmes, Mrs E E Learmonth,(BME) Mr J R Learmonth, Mr N F Learmonth, Mr E R Lovell, Mr W R Millard, Mr M J Orchard, Mr J Papley, Mr G C Peters, Mr O G Pettit, Miss A Sandford, Mr C Sandford, Me H Taylor, Mr M Troeth, Mrs M Taylor, Miss M A C Troeth, Mrs R Allitt, Mrs W Stanford (BME), Mr D K Teal, Mr H A Vaughn, Mr D B Adams, Mrs D E Orchard
- Livestock from quarantined areas and properties are not permitted on the show ground. All sheep to be dipped and free from foot rot
- All dogs entering the show ground must be on a leash.
- All entries to be lodged with senior stewards on show day.
- Every exhibitor will be required to place their exhibit where directed by the stewards or secretary.
- The Society will not be responsible for the exhibits, but every care will be taken of the sane.
- Exhibitors if called upon by the stewards, must give information with regard to their exhibits as the Stewards may require, or the prize money will be withheld.
7 (a) In the Cookery, Fancy Work, Craft, Cut Flowers, Floral Art, Farm and Garden and Art sections, all work must be that of the exhibitor. All exhibits to remain in the hall until 4pm on the day of the show, and must not be removed without the consent of the Steward in charge of that section.
7(b) All stock to remain till after the Grand Parade.
8 The decision of the judges as to the merits of exhibits will be final and without appeal.
9 Stewards have the right to demand a Sworn Declaration of ownership of any entry to the Show Schedule or any other particulars relating to same.
10 Protests must be in writing and lodged with the Secretary no later than 20 minutes after the prize has been awarded, accompanied by a deposit of $10, which may be forfeited should the committee conciser the protest frivolous.The committee decision is final.
11 Prize money won by competitors in in door sections will be paid by the Senior Stewards at 4pm on the day of the show. Prize winners are asked to collect same before leaving the ground.
12 The Society shall not be responsible for any accident that may be caused through or by any exhibit and it shall be conditional of each entry that each exhibitor shall not hold the Society responsible and shall indemnify it against any legal proceedings arising from such accident.
13 Stewards have been instructed to report any case of misbehavior to the committee, who will take such action as they deem fit.
14 Any disputes to the construction of these Regulations or the Interpretation of the Prize Schedule shall be determined by the Dispute Committee.
15 (a) All side shows must present a valid public risk insurance policy, which covers their side show before setting up on the show ground.
15 (b) All trade stands must present a valid public risk insurance policy to cover their operation on the show ground.
16 ( a) Entries to the Show are accepted subjected to the rules and regulations and by-laws of the Society and the Show.
16 (b) The entrant agrees to be bound by those rules and by-laws.
16 (c) The entrant also agrees to abide by all decisions made by the Society, by the Group which is affiliated or by V.A.S. pursuant to those rules and regulations and by-laws and.
16 (d) No decision made shall be called into question before any court or other body ( whether or not of a similar nature to a court ) whatsoever,
Section A – Horses
All horses must enter the show grounds via Heywood Road gate.
Entry by ticket on show day.
Breed Classes and Hack Ring start 9 am
Show Jumping starts 8.30 am
Encouragement Ring starts 9 am.
Chief Ring Steward Mrs Jess Gniel 0432 305 629
Senior Entry Box Stewards Mrs S Richardson
Senior Stewards B Lyons, M Heenan, M Wilksch, G Towers, R Malseed
Entry Fee for rings 1, 2, 3,and 4 will be $3.00. No refunds will be given on tickets.
The attention of competitors in horse and pony events is directed to the F.E.I. rules relating to cruelty and general misbehavior. Any breach of this rule will be reported to the E.F.A. immediately.
Entire horses allowed to compete in harness,and jumping classes except J1. J2, J3 and J4 must be handled by an adult,
Novice not to have won a First Prize at an agricultural show.
Newcomer Not to have competed under saddle prior to 31 st May 2019.
Winners of ridden championships not eligible for open ridden classes in 2 nd ring. “Off the Track Series” for ridden thoroughbreds. For comprehensive regulations please refer to Vic Ag Shows web site or www.tyrendarraagriculturalshow.com.au
“Alabar Hero Series” for Standard Breeds.
Show Hunter- Horses and Ponies must either compete in Show Hunter OR Open Classes – they may not compete in both.
Encouragement ring for non regular showies.
Mini Turnout and Leading Rein Competitors may enter this ring.
Riding Jackets optional
Supreme Ridden Exhibit
Sponsored by Gorae Organics
The Most Successful Hack, Galloway and Pony of the day will receive a Rug.
Sponsored by A1 Real Estate Solutions, Barton Waste Collection. Portland Feed Barn.
Points awarded from Rings 1, 2 and 3. Rugs embrodered by Scan Logo Jill Hilderbrand 0427 011 120
Trophies to be collected at the tent
Fashions on the field
Seniors 18 years and over
Open led smartest on parade. with handler in race day fashions. Sponsored by Mathew Williams Racing
To be judged after lunch break
“O.G.Pettit” Perpetual Trophy, Smartest on Parade for riders 18 years and over
2. Open Rider 18 years – 25 years
Trophy By Horseland Warrnambool
3 Open Rider over 25 Years
Champion & Reserve Champion Senior Rider Trophy by Horse Deals
4.Novice Hack over 15hh5.Hack over 15hh – 15.2hh
5.Hack over 15.2hh – 16hh
6. Hack over 16hh
7.Hack Over 16.2hh
8. Hack Over 16.2hh
9. Lightwieght Hack
Champion & Reserve Champion Ridden Hack.N.D.Arnott Memorial Sash & Trophy by Drumeden Riding Ponies.
Off the Track Qualifiers- Sponsored by Racing Victoria
11. Led OTT ( For thoroughbreds over 14.2 and over 4 years)
12. ALABAR HERO SERIES- Ridden Standardbred ( open to all freeze branded & reg with Harness Aust)
13. Ridden OTT ( For thoroughbreds over 14.2 and over 4 years) Thoroughbreds to be registered with Stud book and registration to be checked. Winner $50, sash RVL prize pack.
15. Show Hunter Hack over 15hh – 15.2hh
16. Show hunter Hack 15.2hh – 16hh
17. Show Hunter Hack 16hh – 16.2hh. !8 Show Hunter Hack over 16.2hh.
18. Show Hunter Hack over 16.2hh
19. Lightweight Show Hunter Hack
20. Heavy Weight Show Hunter Hack
Champion & Reserve Champion Ridden Show Hunter Hack Trophy by Kelshar Park, S and K Rowland
21. Novice Galloway over 14hh
22. Galloway over 14hh – 14.2hh
23. Galloway over 14.2hh – 15hh
24. Lightweight Galloway
25. Heavy weight Galloway
Champion & Reserve Champion Ridden Galloway Trophy by Bayview Browbands
26. Novice Show Hunter Galloway
27. Show Hunter Galloway over 14hh – 14.2hh
28. Show Hunter Galloway 14.2hh – 15hh
29 Lightweight Show Hunter Galloway
30. Heavy weight Show Hunter Galloway
Champion & Reserve Champion Show Hunter Galloway Trophy by Portland Strawberries.
31. Pony Hack under 12hh
32. Pony Hack over 12hh -13hh
33. Pony Hack over 13hh – 14hh
Champion & Reserve Champion Ridden Pony Trophy by Portland Eyecare
34. Show Hunter Pony under 12hh
35. Show Hunter Pony over 12hh -13hh
36. Show Hunter Pony over 13hh -14hh
Champion & Reserve Champion Show Hunter Pony Trophy by Jadelee Show Horses
37. Working Hunter Pony
38. Working Hunter Galloway
39. Working Hunter Hack
Champion & Reserve Champion Working Hunter Trophy by T. Schultz & K Oakley
Trophies to be collected at the tent.
Junior Fashions on the Field
Junior and under 14 years. Intermediate 14 years and under 18 years
Open led smartest on parade, with handler in race day fashions.
Sponsored by S. & D. Richardson
To be judged first after lunch break
- Miniature Turnout Rider 6 years and under must be led.
Throphy by Edith Barry Masseuse
- Leading Rein, 12hh and rider under 8 years
Trophy by P.&R. Malseed
3. “O.G. Pettit” Perpetual Trophy Smartest on Parade riders under 18 years
Trophy by Horseland Warrnambool
4. Rideer under 8 must be led
5. Rider 8 years and under 10 years
6. Rider 10 years and under 12
Champion and Reserve Champion Junior Rider Trophy by Foxcraft Arabians
7. Rider 12 years and under 14 years
8. Rider 14 years and under 16 years
9. Rider 16 years and under 18 years.
Champion & Reserve Champion Intermediate Rider Trophy by Seaview Real Estate Portland
10. Novice Pony
11. Pony Hack 11.2 hh & under
12. Pony Hack 11.2hh -12hh
13. Pony Hack over 12hh – 12.2hh
Champion a& Reserve Champion Ridden Small Pony Trophy by Portland Vet Clinic
14. Pony Hack over 12.2 hh – 13hh
15. Pony Hack over 13hh – 13.2hh
16. Pony Hack over 13.2hh – 14hh
17. Lightweight Pony
18. Heavy Weight Pony
Champion & Reserve Champion Ridden Large Pony Trophy by Gorae Organics
19. Novice Show Hunter Pony
20. Show Hunter Pony under 12hh
21. Show Hunter Pony over 12hh – 12.2hh
22.Show Hunter Pony over 12.2hh – 13hh
23. Show Hunter Pony over 13hh – 13.2hh
24 Show Hunter Pony over 13.2hh 14hh 25. Lightweight Show Hunter Pony
26. Heavy Weight Show Hunter Pony.
Champion & Reserve Show Hunter Pony Trophy by R.&C. Dundas
27. Hack 15hh – 16hh
28. Hack over 16hh – 16.2hh
29. Hack over 16.2hh
Champion & Reserve Champion Ridden Hack Trophy by Heywood Vet Clinic.
30. Show Hunter Hack 15hh – 16hh
31 Show Hunter Hack over 16hh – 16.2hh
32. Show Hunter Hack over 16.2hh
Champion & Reserve Champion Show Hunter Hack. Trophy by R & C Dundas
33. Galloway 14hh -14.4hh
34. Galloway over 14.2hh -15hh
Champion & Reserve Champion Ridden Galloway. Trophy by Bedazzled Portland.
35 Show Hunter Galloway 14hh – 14.2 hh
36. Show hunter Galloway over 14.2hh -15hh
Champion & Reserve Champion Show Hunter Galloway Trophy by R & C Dundas
37. Child’s Pony under 12hh ( Rider under 8 years)
38 Child’s Pony over 12hh -14hh
39 Child’s Galloway
40. Child’s Hack
Champion & Reserve Champion Child Mount Trophy by Elite Equine Bodywork – Heather Wall and Drumeden Riding Ponies
1, Young led Youngstock Yearling
2. Led Youngstock 2 years
3. Led Youngstock 3 years.
Champion & Resreve Champion Youngstock Trophy by W.&M> Wilksch
4. Open led Mare under 14hh
5. Open Led Mare over 14hh
6. Open Led Gelding under 14hh
7. Open Led Gelding over 14hh
Champion & Reserve Champion Open Led. Trophy by Rosebrae Show Horses
8. Led Female
9. Led Male
Champion & Reserve Champion Led Riding Pony Welsh Ponies
10. Led Female
11. Led Male Section B
Champion & Reserve Champion Led Welsh Pony, Sponsored by R & C Dundas
Part Bred Welsh
14. Led Female
15. Led Male
Champion & Reserve Champion Part Welsh Sponsored by Tam’s Cleaning Portland
16. Led Female
17. Led Male Champion & Reserve Champion Shetland
18 Led Mare
19. Led Gelding
20 Led Stalion or Colt. ( Ridden Arabian & Ridden costume to be judged after Supreme Led)
Champion & Reserve Champion Pure Arabian. Sponsored by Gorae Organics & Forest Inn Arabians
21. Led Female
22. Led Male
Champion & Reserve Champion Arabian Derivative Sponsored by Tam’s Cleaning Portland
23. Led Female
24. Led Male
(Ridden Turnout & Working Stock-horse to be judged after Supreme Led)
Champion & Reserve Champion Stock Horse Sponsored by A & H Torney
25. Led Female
26. Led Male
Champion & Reserve Champion Standard Bred
27. Led Female
28. Led Male Champion & Reserve Champion Thoroughbred Sponsored by Shaundale Park S & H Clark
Coloured Horse or Pony
29. Led Female
Champion & Reserve Champion Coloured Horse or Pony
Any Other Registered Breed
Exhibits that have not competed in the above classes
31. Led Female
32. Led Male
Champion & Reserve Champion Any Other Breed
Supreme Led Exhibit
Sash sponsored by Shaundale Park
Garland sponsored by Julie Houlihan
33. Ridden Arabian
34. Stock Horse Turnout
35. Working Stock-horse
36 Ridden Arabian Costume
Ridden All Breeds
37 14hh and under
38. Over 14hh and under 15hh
39 Ober 15hh
40 Stallion any height
Champion & Reserve Champion Ridden All Breeds. Garland sponsored by Shaundale Park S & H Clark
Sponsored by Lyons News-agency Portland
Riding Jackets optional. Approved hard hat and boots must be worn. may be led.
To start at 9.00 am $3.00 per class
- Handler 8 years and under
- . Handler 9 years and under 12 years
3. Handler 12 years and over
. 4.Led Pony 12.2 hands and under
5. Led Pony 12.2 hands and not over 14 hands
6. Led Horse over 14 hands
7. Beginners Pony, Rider 8 years and under. Pony to be led
8. Beginners Pony, Rider 8 years and under Pony not to be led
9. Beginners Pony, 9 years and under 12 years
10. Best Mount. Rider 12 years and over.
11. Best Rider 8 years and under Pony to be led
12. Best rider 8 years and under Pony not to be led
13. Best Rider, 9 years and under 12 years
14. Best Rider 12 years and over
15 School Pony, Riders 5 years and over
16.Pleasure Pony 12.2 hands and not over 14 hands
17 Pleasure Pony over 12.2 hands and not over 14 hands
Granny Boyer Memorial Trophy by the Boyer Family
18. Pleasure Mount over 14 hands
Granny Boyer Memorial Trophy by the Boyer Family
19 Horse or Pony with the Longest Tail
20 Hairiest Horse or Pony
21. Rider with the Shiniest Boots and Happiest Smile
22. Fancy Dress. To be judged after lunch
Trophy for the Best Combination Sponsored by Lyons News-agency Portland
To be run under P.C.A.V. rules. Current membership cards to be supplied and full P.C uniforms worn. To be ridden in a snaffle bridle, spurs and gloves may be worn. Whips must not exceed 75cm
- Smartest on Parade under 12 years
- 2 Smartest on Parade 12 years and over
- 3. Pony Club Rider under 10 years
- 4 Pony Club rider 10 years and under 12 years
- 5 Pony Club Rider 12 years and under 14 years
- Pony Club Rider 14 years and over
- Pony Club Mount over 14 hands
- Pony Club Mount 14 hands and under
- Bets Pair Ponies or Horse from any club
- Team of three – from one club
Judged on overall performance, cleanliness and neatness of team.
Aggregate Perpetual trophy for most successful Pony Club
To commence on completion of the Hack Rings, approx 3 pm Entry $3
- 2- wheeled Turnout
- 4- wheeled Turnout
- Novice Horse or Pony
- Pony ( non hackney) 12.2 hands and under
5.Pony ( non hackney) 12.2 hands and not over 14 hands
Champion & Reserve Champion Harness Pony
6. Horse over 14 hands and not over 15 hands
7 Horse over 15 hands
Champion & Reserve Champion Harness Horse
8 Hackney Horse over 15 hands
9. Hackney Pony 14 hands and under
Champion & Reserve Champion Hackney Horse or Pony
10. Best Educated Horse or Pony
11. Lady or Gent Driver
12. Junior Driver, 16 years and under
13 Child’s Horse or Pony driver 16 years and under
14 Pleasure Horse or Pony
Champion Trophies donated by R & N Boyer
Sponsors A & P Cusack and D Lawrence
Senior Steward; T Curran. J Peters
Stewards G O’Connell, M Peters. T O’Connell S Curran
Entry includes insurance levy
Horses and riders competing i J1, J2. J3 and J4 may compete in J5. Minimum of 3 rounds per horse and rider combination
J1 Sub- junior Showjump, 16 years and under. 50cm Optimum time. 1st $10 2nd $5 3rd $3 4th ribbon Entry $5
J2 Sub-junior Showjump 16 years and under. 1st $15 2nd $10 and 3rd $5 4th ribbon 60 cm Article 238.2 Entry $5
J3 Rescue Relay, 70 cm Article 268 1st $29 2nd $ 14 3rd $10 4th ribbon Entry $6 per rider
J4 R & K Holmes Steel Fabrication Junior Olympic Jump 80 cm Article 238.2.2 1st $20 2nd $15 3rd $ 10 and 4th ribbon
J5 G Jennings Farrier Memorial 90 cm Show Jump Article 274.5.6 Super 2 phase 1st $ 20 2nd $15 3rd $ 10 and 4th $5 Entry $6
J6a Maiden 105 cm Showjumping for horses 8 pts or less, Article 238.2.2 1st $30 2nd $ 20 3rd $15 and 4th $10 Entry $8
J6b Open 105 cm 1st $ 20 2nd $15 3rd $10 4th $ 5 Entry $8
J7a T Campbell Motorcycles 110-115 cm Show Jump. Article 238.2.2 For horses less than 16 points. 1st $100 2nd $50 3rd $25 and 4th $15 Entry $12.
J7b Open 110- 115 cm Show jump 1st $50 2nd $ 25 3rd $ 15 4th $10 Entry $12
J8a 120 cm Show -jump 1st $50 2nd $25 3rd $ 15 4th $10 Entry $12
J9 ” The David Coustley Memoril Open Show Jump” 130 cm Sponsored by Ontrak Excavations. Article 238.2.2 1st $ 150 2nd $75 3rd $ 40 4th $ 25 Entry $15
Classes 6b 7b 8b sponsored by Drew Gleeson Legal, Portland.
Lawrence and Hansen Aggravate Trophy –
Most successful exhibitor in Show Jumping
Tyrendarra Obstacle Spectacular
Proudly supported by Never Late Freight
Saturday Evening, approx 6.30 pm
Sunday 9th February, 2020
Never Late Freight Stockman’s Challenge
Tyrendarra Recreation Reserve
Working Pattern, Obstacle Course, Time Trial and Whip Crack
Competition details on web site
Open, Intermediate, Novice, Junior, Newbies, and Greenhorse Sections.
Entries close Thursday February 6th 2020
Entry Fees; Open $60
Junior $ 35
Newbies $ 20
Enquiries to Michelle Walsh
Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 0437 792 236
Sponsors; Quarter Plus Melham Electrical, Heywood Home Hardware,Hitch Trailers,All Star Graphics,The Tack Room,Elite Equine Body Work,Heywood Horse and Country, Tim Chaimberland Equine Services, Prydes Easifeed, Tarvia Stud, Hayley Malseed, Royal Hotel, AA Chaff, Murray Goulburn, Alister Taylor, Warrnambool Equine, Heywood and District Community Bank
Chief Steward Peter Down 03 5568 2006
Stewards J Stewart, A Donovan, R Kelly, G Moutray
The Tyrendarra P&A Society holds a current Certificate of Compliance under the Australian Bovine Johnes Disease Market Assurance Program. B.J.D.M.A.P. This allows both assessed and non assessed cattle to be handled and exhibited on show day in separate areas. MN accredited exhibitors need to bring a copy of current certificate PIC-3GLXK063
Exhibitors are required to complete a Johnes Disease Health Status Declaration prior to show day . A copy of the declaration is obtainable from the Show Secretary and is to be returned to either the Secretary or the Chief Cattle Steward
All cattle MUST carry a NLIS Tag
Further inquiries should be made to the Chief Steward Phone 03 5568 2006 Mob 0428
All exhibited cattle are to be registered with their breed society ( unless otherwise stated) and shall be shown in accordance with their breed society’s rules. All exhibits must be halter led. Bulls over 12 months must be rung and all bulls must be tethered by a suitable neck strap. Ramps, washing and watering facilities available.
Pre-show entries including animal names and class would be appreciated by 31 Jan 2020 and can be mailed to Jane Stewart, PO Narrawong. Phone 03 5529 5405
Sponsors; Cockles on the Beach, Cape Bridgewater Accommodation, Heywood Stock Feed Pty. Ltd, Portland Disposals, Shadwell Park Angus Stud, Dirt Firt, Swan Lake Pastoral, Mathews Petrolium, L.J. & H Condon.
Entry Fee $3 per animal, Junior Judging and Parading Classes 50c per person
Exhibitors close at 8-45am on show day
Judging begins at 9.00am
Prizes – 1st $10 or Trophy and Ribbon 2nd $3 and ribbon
Breed Champion Sash
Ages taken as at show day
If entries are received 7 Days Prior to the show for any breed not listed here the same classes will be held for that breed as the named breeds. If there are 7 or more entries in any one class the class will be divided
Bull 6 – 15 months Class 1
Bull 15 months – 2 years Class 3
Bull 2 years and over Class 4
Female 6 – 15 months Class 5
Female 15 months – 2 years Class 7
Female over 2 years Class 8
Bull 6 – 15 months Class 9
Bull 15 months – 2 years Class 11
Bull 2 years and over Class 12
Female 6 – 15 months Class 13
Female 15 months – 2 years Class 15
Female 2 years and over Class 16
Bull 6 – 15 months Class 17
Bull 15 months – 2 years Class 19
Bull 2 years and over Class 20
Female 6 – 15 months Class 21
Female 15 months – 2 years Class 23
Female 2 years and over Class 24
Bull 6 – 15 months Class 25
Bull 15 months – 2 years Class 27
Bull 2 years and over Class 28
Female 6 – 15 months Class 29
Female 15 months – 2 years Class 31
Female over 2 years Class 32
Bull 6-15 months Class 33
Bull 15 months – 2 years Class 35
Bull 2 years and over Class 36
Female 6 – 15 months Class 37
Female 15 months – 2 years Class 39
Female 2 years and over Class 40
Bull 6 – 15 months Class 41
Bull 15 months – 2 years Class 43
Bull 2 years and over Class 44
Female 6 – 15 months Class 45
Female 15 month – 2 years Class 47
Female over 2 years Class 48
Bull 6 – 15 months Class 49
Bull 15 months – 2 years Class 51
Bull 2 years and over Class 52
Female 6 – 15 months Class 53
Female 15 months – 2 years Class 55
Female over 2 years Class 56
Bull 6-15 months Class 57
Bull 15 months – 2 years Class 59
Bull over 2 years Class 60
Female 6- 15 Months Class 61
Female 15 months – 2 years Class 63
Female over 2 years Class 64
Any Other Breed
Bull 6- 15 months Class 65
Bull 15 month – 2 years Class 67
Bull over 2 years Class 68
Female 6 – 15 months Class 69
Female 15 Month – 2 years Class 71
Female over 2 years Class 72
The Following Classes are open to All Breeds
Competition is limited to cattle already exhibited in the normal classes.
73 Beef Group; The group may consist of 1 Bull and 2 Females or 2 bulls and 1 Female . The Western Group has donated an Annual Trophy – The Murray Hill Memorial Trophy for the exhibitor who gains the most points for the (show year ) in this class.
74 Best Pair of Animals- not necessarily the same sex- owned and bred by the exhibitor.
75 Beef Cattle Junior Judging Competition, open to a person 14 and under.
76 Beef Cattle Junior Judging Competition open to person 15 to under 25 by May 1st 2020.
77 Junior Parading, open to person 14 and under
78 Junior Parading, open to person 15 to under 25 by May 1st 2020
Junior Parading Classes have been sponsored by South West Angus
A trophy and the J.R. Learmonth Memorial Sash will be awarded to the supreme Beef Bull of the Show. The Supreme Beef Female of the Show will receive a trophy and the Bob Carter Memorial Sash.
Supreme Exhibit Of The Show- Open To All Breeds
Perpetual Trophy donated by “Carinya” Stud. To be held for 12 months.
Trophy for Supreme Exhibit donated by Western Victorian Angus Region.
Rosette awarded, 2019 winner – Eloora Matilda – Shorthorn.
Entries are restricted to sheep bred in a registered flock exhibited by registered breeders.
All Sheep must carry an NLIS Tag
All rams must be from an accredited Brucellosis free flock.
Ovine Johne’s Disease. Every precaution will be taken to enable exhibitors to return their sheep to the property of origin with no detriment to their Ovine Johnes disease status. The grounds will be inspected.
No sheep to compete in more than one class excepting group or otherwise stated.
Entries will be accepted till 10 am on Show Day with the respective Senior Stewards. Entry Fee $1.
The Champion Ram and Ewe in each breed will receive a trophy valued at $20 and a sash. A trophy will be awarded for the Aggravate in the Poll Dorset Lamb Section.
Chief Steward Mr. M Depper 0408 334 258
Stewards Messrs S Cocks, A.J.Cocks, T Jewell, B Nicholls, J Houghton, L Price.
Trophies for champion ram and ewe in each breed have been donated by Heywood Hardware ( D.N. & M.J. Grey). Other trophies and prize money donated by ; Darlot Park White Suffolks (P.W.&R.V.Malseed) Ralph Kelly,
G.W.Parker and Son, Whitehead Timber Sales, South West Farmers (D.Golby) J Sharrock, Tyrendarra Lime.
Poll Dorset Novice bred by exhibitor who has not yet won a Championship at a Tyrendarra Show.
Winners eligible to compete in Open Class. To be Judged prior to Poll Dorset Section.
Ram 2 years and over Class 1
Ram 2 Tooth Class 1A
Ram 2 Tooth Shorn Untrimmed Class 2
Ram Lamb under 1 year Class 3
Ewe 2 years and over Class 4
Ewe 2 tooth Class 4
Pair Ewes 2 Tooth Shorn Untrimmed Class 5
Ewe Lamb under 1 year Class 6
Group of 2 Ewes and 1 Ram Class 7
Ram 2 years and over Class 8
Ram 2 Tooth Class 9
Ram Lamb under 1 year Class 10
Ewe 2 years and over Class 11
Ewe 2 Tooth Class 12
Ewe Lamb under 1 year Class 13
Group of 2 Ewes and 1 Ram Class 14
Ram 2 years and over Class 15
Ram 2 Tooth Class 16
Pair of Rams 2 Tooth Class 16A
Ram Lamb under 1 year Class 17
Ewe 2 years and over Class 18
Ewe 2 Tooth Class 19
Pair of Ewes 2 Tooth Class 19A
Ewe Lamb under 1 year Class 20
Group of 2 Ewes and 1 Ram Class 21
Ram 2 years and over Class 22
Ram 2 Tooth Class 23
Ram Lamb under 1 year Class 24
Ewe 2 years and over Class 25
Ewe 2 Tooth Class 26
Ewe Lamb under 1 year Class 27
Group of 2 Ewes and 1 Ram Class 28
Ram over 2 years Class 29
Ram 2 tooth Class 30
30 Ram Lamb under 1 year Class 31
Ewe 2 years and over Class 32
Ewe 2 Tooth Class 33
Ewe Lamb under 1 year Class 34
Group of 2 Ewes and 1 Ram Class 35
Ram 2 years and over Class 36
Ram 2 Tooth Class 37
Ram Lamb under 1 year Class 38
Ewe 2 years and over Class 39
Ewe 2 Tooth Class 40
Ewe Lamb under 1 year Class 41
Group of 2 Ewes and 1 Ram Class 42
Ram 2 Years and over Class 43
Ram 2 Tooth Class 44
Ram Lamb under 1 year Class 45
Ewe 2 years and over Class 46
Ewe 2 Tooth Class 47
Ewe Lamb under 1 year Class 48
Group of 2 Ewes and 1 Ram Class 49
AOB Long Wool
Ram 2 years and over Class 50
Ram 2 Tooth Class 51
Ram Lamb under 1 year Class 52
Ewe 2 years and over Class 53
Ewe 2 Tooth Class 54
Ewe Lamb under 1 year Class 55
Group of 2 Ewes and 1 ram Class 56
AOB Short Wool
Ram 2 years and over Class 57
Ram 2 Tooth Class 58
Ram Lamb under 1 year Class 59
Ewe 2 years and over Class 60
Ewe 2 Tooth Class 61
Ewe Lamb under 1 Year Class 62
Group of 2 Ewes and 1 Ram Class 63
64 Poll Dorset Ram under 1 1/2 years Bred and exhibited by novice Trophy
65 Poll Dorset Ewe under 1 1/2 years . Bred and exhibited by a novice Trophy
66 Champion All Breeds Ram Trophy
67 Champion All Breeds Ewe Trophy
68 Champion All Breeds Lamb Trophy
69 Champion All Breeds Group. Trophy
The Romney Marsh Group of Three will be awarded the Bill Lindsay Perpetual Trophy
Senior Steward; Mr Bruce Sharrock
A Fleece can be entered in one section only
Entries close at 10-30 am sharp
All fleeces to be judged under N.C.W.S.B. points system
Entry Fee $1 Prizes 1st $7 or trophy 2nd $2 unless otherwise stated
Entries with fees to be lodged with Senior Steward on Show Day.All fleeces to be skirted to the satisfaction of the judge. Any fleece in the opinion of the judge to be in the wrong class, will be placed in its correct class, and judged in such class.
Ni skirting s required in any class
Fleeces to be shorn during previous season, and not exceed 55 weeks growth.
1 Skirted Merino Fleece, rams excluded, 16.4 micron & finer
2 Skirted Merino Fleece rams excluded, 16.5 to 18.5 micron
3 Skirted Merino Fleece, rams excluded 18.6 to 21.0 micron
4 Skirted Merino Fleece, rams excluded 21.1 micrn & broader
5 Skirted Merino Weaners Fleece
6 Skirted Merion Rams Fleece
7 Skirted Corriedale Fleece, rams excluded
8 Skirted Corriedale Weaners Fleece
9 Skirted Corriedale Rams Fleece
10 Skirted Crossbred Fleece finer than 27.9 micron
11 Skirted Crossbred Fleece, stronger than 28 micron
12 Most valuable Fleece
13 Lambs Fleece – any breed
Champion Fleece of Show- Selected from classes 1 to 13. A trophy and the W.R. Millard Memorial Sash
14 Skirted Carpet Wool Ewes Fleece
15 Skirted Carpet Wool Rams Fleece.
Aggregate Trophy; To be presented to the exhibitor gaining the highest aggregate of points awarded under the N.C.W.S.B. points system. Only 1st and 2nd prize fleeces in classes 1 – 13 to be counted
Senior Steward Roy Wood 5574 2347
Entry Fee 20c
Entries Close with Secretary, 6772 Princes Highway Tyrendarra 3285 on 1st February 2020 accompanied with entry fee.
All entries must be penned by 9.45 am
All exhibitors to provide water drinkers in poultry section
Judging commences at 10am. Limited pens available. Entries to be collected by 4pm
Sponsored by Tyrendarra P&A Society Inc. Portland Poultry Club, Black Dragon Poultry
1 Leghorn Male
2 Leghorn Female
3 Black Hamburg Male
4 Black Hamburg Female
5 Hamburg A.O.C Male
6 Hamburg A.O.C.Female
7 Ancona Male
8 Ancona Female
9 Wellsummer Male
10 Wellsummer Female
11 O.E.G. Black Rd Male
12 O.E.G. Black Red Female
13 O.E.G. A.O.C. Male
14 O.E.G. A.O.C. Female
15 Silkie Male
16 Silkie Female
17 A.O.V. Light Breed Male
18 A.O.V. Light Breed Female
19 Australorp Male
20 Australorp Female
21 Rhode Island Red Male
22 Rhode Island Red Female
23 White Wyandotte Male
24 White Wyandotte Female
25 A.O.C. Wyandotte Male
26 A.O.C. Wyandotte Female
27 Orpington Male
28 Orpington Female
29 Indian Game or Jubilee Male
30 Indian Game or Jubilee Female
31 Langshan Male
32 Langshan Female
33 Sussex Male
34 Sussex Female
35 A.O.V. Heavy Breed Male
36 A.O V. Heavy Breed Female
37 Modern Game Male
38 Modern Game Female
39 O.E.G. Black Red Male
40 O.E.G. Black Red Female
41 Wheaton Blacktail
42 O.E.G. Wheaton Black Tail Female
42b O.E.G. Wheaton A.O.C. Female
43 O.E.G. Duckwing Male
44 O.E.G. Duckwing Female
45 O.E.G. Spangel Male
46 O.E.G, Spangle Female
47 O.E.G. Blue Red Male
48 O.E.G. Blue Red Female
49 O.E.G. A.O.C. Male
50 O.E.G. A.O.C. Female
51 Indian Game Male
51a Indian Game Female
52 Pit Game Male
52a Pit Game Female
53 Pekin Male
54 Pekin Female
55 Wyandotte White Male
56 Wyandotte White Female
57 Wyandotte A.O.C. Male
58 Wyandotte A.O.C. Female
59 Rosecomb A.C. Male
60 Rosecomb A.C. Female
61 Leghorn Male
62 Leghorn Female
63 Australorp Male
64 Australorp Female
65 Rhode Island Male
66 Rhode Island Female
66 Langshan Male
67 Langshan Female
69 Hamburg Male
70 Hanburg Female
71 Ancona Male
72 Anacona Female
73 A.O.V. Softfeather Male
74 A.O.V. Softfeather Female
75 Muscovy Drake
76 Muscovy Duck
77 Pekin Drake
78 Pekin Duck
79 White Indian Runner Drake
80 White Indian Runner Duck
81 A.O.C. Runner Drake
82 A.O.C. Runner Duck
83 Karki Campbell Drake
84 Karki Campbell Duck
85 Rouen Drake
86 Rouen Duck
87 A.O.V. Drake
88 A.O.V. Duck
89 Best Dressed Bantam or Large Fowl – For Juniors, Trophy donated by Black Dragom Poultry.
Ribbons; Best Dressed Standard Light Breed Male, Best Dressed Standard Light Breed Female, Best Dressed Standard Breed Heavy Male, Best Dressed Standard Heavy Breed Female, Best Softfeather Bantam Male, Vest Dressed Softfeather Bantam Female.Best Hardfeather Bantam Male, Best Hardfeather Bantam Female, Champion Bantam, Champion Large Fowl, Best Water Fowl Drake, Best Water Fowl Duck
Trophies; Best Softfeather Large, Best Hardfeather Large, Best Softfeather Bantam. Best Softfeather bird in Show, Best Hardfeather Bird in Show, Best Water Fowl, Best Exhibit in Show- Trophy donated by Portland Poultry Club.
Mimbus Bros, Portland
Senior Steward; Sam Sharp
Entries on the day at 11 am at the Hall No Cost.
Pets must be caged or led and paraded by a person capable of safely handling that animal. All collars, leads etc. to be in good condition.
Dog Section (dogs must be on a lead with someone on the other end)
1 Best Kept Dog
2 Best Mannered Dog
3 Dog with the Waggiest Tail
4 Best Kept Puppy
5 Cutest Puppy
6 Champion Dry Food Chewer (Large dogs & Small dogs)
7 Best Dog in Show
All Other Pets Section ( includes dogs)
1 Best Kept Unusual Pet
2 Prettiest Pet
3 Pet with the Longest Legs
4 Pet with the Longest Neck
5 Pet with the Prettiest Eyes
6 Pet Most Likely to Scare Grandmothers
7 Longest Owned Pet
8 Combined Age of Pet and Owner
9 Pet With the Most Appropriate Name
10 Smallest Pet
11 Most Unusual Coloured Pet
12 Pet and Owner Who Look the Most Alike
13 Best Bird of the Show
14 Champion Pet of the Show
15 Feature Event – Best Fancy Dress (pet & owner)
Farm & Garden
Senior Steward; Sue Horner
Stewards; Jenny Hutchinson, Melissa Ford
Entry Fee 50 cents
Prizes- 1st $2 2nd $1 except where otherwise stated
Exhibits may be entered Friday evening between 5 and 7 pm.
*All entries to be accompanied by an entry form*
All exhibits and prize money to be collected Saturday between 4 and 5 pm from section stewards. Entry fees to be lodged with stewards before 10.00 am
Parking outside pavilions only while unloading exhibits, cars must be moved by 10 am. This section has been sponsored by Mr. D. Grey (Heywood)
To make our vegetable display even more fun we would encourage entrants to be creative with their presentation
1 One Dozen Hen Eggs
2 Half Dozen of Smallest Hen Eggs
3 Collection of Salad Vegetables- 4 varieties displayed in bowl 1st $3 2nd $1.50
4 Collection of Boiling Vegetables in Boiling Pot – 5 varieties 1st $3 2nd $ 1.50
5 Collection of Vegetables Most Suited for Stir Fry – 5 varieties displayed in Wok/Pan 1st $3 2nd $1.50
6 Four White Potatoes
7 Four Brushed Potatoes
8 Four Chat Potatoes
9 Fifteen Pods Green Peas
10 Fifteen Pods Snow Peas
11 Fifteen Round / Runner Beans
12 Fifteen Pods Flat Beans
13 Fifteen Pods Flat Beans
14 Four Carrots Short
15 Four Carrots Long
16 Four Carrots -Dutch or Baby Carrots
17 Four Parsnips
18 Four Brown Onions
19 Four White Onions
20 Four Salad Onions
21 Four Green Tomato, any variety ( not cherry)
22 Four Ripe Tomatoes, any variety ( not cherry)
23 Six Cherry Tomatoes in a Container
24 Three Cucumbers ( not apple)
25 Three Apple Cucumbers
26 One Lettuce
27 Three Round Red Beet
28 One Cob Corn
29 Four Stalks Rhubarb ( Trimmed with 5cm of leaf left attached)
30 One Pumpkin, any variety
31 Collection of Home Grown Fruit ( at least 5 varieties, 2 of each)
32 Collection of Purple Vegetables
33 Any Vegetable not Eligible to be Entered in Any Other Class To be Judged on Individual Merit
34 Heaviest Zucchini
35 Funniest Shaped Carrot
36 Smallest Ripe Tomato
38 Group of any type of Vegetable
39 Collection of Roasting Vegetables in a Container
40 Best Presented Herb
41 Best exhibit of The Show
42 Best Vegie Garden in a Box ( boxes available at Admella Fruit) Including Schools
43 Best Painted Hard Boiled Egg – Farm Animal
44 Best Painted Hard Boiled Egg – Emoji
45 Novelty Item to be Made From Vegetables or Fruit
All Children’s entries will receive a prize
99 Sweetest Honey
The Jack Papley Memorial Sash awarded for the District Aggregate within 15 km of the Showgrounds
Aggregate Prize; Trophy Mr. D Grey Heywood Points to be counted 1st $3 2nd $ 2 First Prize to be counted in the event of a draw
Senior Stewardesses; Mrs D Walder and Mrs A Veerman
Stewardesses; Mrs J Peters, Mrs J Meade, Mrs V Troeth, Ms J Perkins, Mrs J Lovell
Prizes – 1st $2 @nd $1 Entry Fee 50c per entry
All flowers are to be shown in Green Bottles which are supplied.
Entries taken Friday evening – 5-7 pm or on Show Day from 8 to 9.45 am sharp.
All exhibits and prize money to be collected Saturday between 4 and 5 pm from Section Stewards.
If possible have entries sorted and marked on a schedule.
Entries with fees to be lodged with Stewardesses on Show Day.
Sections 1 to 6 for Juniors under 16 years
Parking outside pavilion only while unloading exhibits, cars must be moved by 10 am.
Juniors – Junior entries only 20c per entry
1 One Rose
2 Dahlia, any variety
3 One cut of flowering Shrub or Tree
4 Three Geraniums, distinct colours
5 One Carnation
6 One Cut Flower.
Dahlias, Beginners Classes
7 One Red Dahlia
8 One White Dahlia
( One Yellow Dahlia
12 One Mauve Dahlia
11 One Any Colour not mentioned
12 Three Dahlias, distinct colours
13 One Decorative Dahlia, over 160 mm
14 One Decorative Dahlia, under 160 mm
15 One Cactus Dahlia, over 160 mm16 One Cactus Dahlia under 160 mm
17 One Pom Pom Dahlia
18 One Fimbriated Dahlia
19 One Ball Dahlia
20 One Multi-coloured Dahlia
21 One Waterlily Dahlia
22 One Dahlia any variety not mentioned
23 Three Single Roses – 1 Bud, 1 Bloom, 1 Full Bloom, Janet Joseph Memorial Prize 1st $10
24 One Rose, Voucher donated by Treloar Roses Pty. Ltd.
25 One Cut David Austin Rose, Voucher donated by Treloar Roses Pty. Ltd.
26 One cut of Cluster ( Floribunda ) rose
27 One Cut of Miniature Rose
28 One Cut of Sunflower
29 One Stem Lily
30 One cut of Flowering Shrub or Tree
31 Four Cut Flowers, distinct varieties.
32 One Gladiolus
33 One Hydrangea
34 Three Geraniums, distinct colours
35 One Stem of a Single Flower, any variety
36 One Cut of Multi Flowerhead, any variety.
37 Three White to Cream Flowers, distinct varieties, one of each cut
38 Three Red to Crimson Flowers, distinct varieties, one cut of each
39 Three Pink Flowers, distinct varieties, one cut of each.
40 Three Blue to Purple Flowers, distinct varieties, one of each cut
41 Three Yellow to Gold Flowers, distinct varieties, one of each cut
42 Three Stems Carnations, distinct colours
43 One Carnation
44 Collection of Geraniums, one cut of each variety in one container, Special by Heywood Garden Club
45 Three Stems of Fuchias, distinct colours, one of each cut
46 Three Pelargoniums, distinct colours, one of each cut
47 Flowering Pot Plant
48 Foliage Pot Plant
49 Succulent Garden up to 20 cm
50 Cacti Garden up to 20 cm
Champion Dahlia – Sash
Champion Rose – Sash
Bloom of the Show to be awarded to a bloom in any of the above entries. Sash donated by Pennant Products. There will be 2 Special Prizes awarded on show day
Vouchers donated by Garden Life Centre, Portland; Pot A Round Garden Centre.
Senior Stewardess; Mrs P B Down 5568 2006
Stewardess ; Mdse G Donovan
Prizes – 1st $ 2 2nd $ 1 unless otherwise stated
Entry Fees – 50c per entry Entries close 10 am
All exhibits and prize money to be collected Saturday between 4- 5 pm from the Section Stewards
Attention Exhibitors – Please phone senior Stewardess with number of Entries Friday evening prior to Show Day to facilitate placement.
ALL FLOWERS USED MUST BE FRESH UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.
Parking outside pavilions only while unloading exhibits, cars must be moved by 10 am
Junior Section – Junior entries only 20 c per entry
Classes 1-3 8 years and under
1 “Flowers for Mum” in a jar
2 Floral saucer. Flowers must be placed in sand. 1st Trophy – Mrs P Down
3 Arrangement in an egg cup 1st Trophy
Classes 4-6 9 to 16 years
4 Kitchen arrangement in a Teapot
5 Floral Saucer, Flowers must be placed in sand – 1 st Trophy Mrs R F Moutray
6 Succulents and Stones
The Janet Stanford Memorial Sash awarded for Judges Choice in Junior Section
Open To All Classes
7 Arrangement in a box
8 Modern Massed
9 Weathered wood and succulents
10 Arrangement incorporating wire or steel, Donated by Portland Floral Art Club
11 Bark and Roses 1st voucher donated by Treloar Roses Pty. Ltd.
SPECIAL PRIZE – $ 1.50 for Judges choice -Junior Section
ENCOURAGEMENT RIBBONS for junior classes
AGGREGATE TROPHY – Floral Art , junior section, donated by Mrs R F Moutray
AGGREGATE TROPHY – Donated by Show Society
The Marj Adams Memorial Sash awarded to the champion Arrangement of the Show. 2019 winner Florence Huff.
Senior Stewardess; Mrs H Curran 5529 5218
Stewardesses; Mesdames M. Frpst, A Curran, K Prevett, A Cleary,
Exhibits must be entered Friday evening between 5 and 7 pm,or on Show Day from 8.30 to 10 am sharp. All exhibits and prize money to be collected Saturday between 4 and 5 pm from Section Stewards
Entries close 10 am Entry fee 50c per entry
Entries with fees to be lodged with stewardesses on Show Day
Prizes 1st $2 2nd $1 unless otherwise stated.
Entries in plastic bags, Small plate for small entries (plastic,paper)
1 Four Plain Scones (made day before)
2 Four Fruit Scones ( made day before)
3 Four Pumpkin Scones ( made day before)
4 Four pieces of Shortbread (cooked separately)
5 Fore Queen Cakes ( currants sprinkled on top) and cooked in tins
6 Four Yo-Yo’s
7 Four unfilled Cream Puff Shells
8 Four Jam Drops
9 Four Burnt Butter Biscuits
10 Decorated Cake, can be fruit or plain cake, any shape, single tier. 1st $4 2nd $3 3rd $2
11 Four pieces Date Slice ( fruit in mixture and uniced)
12 Banana Loaf
13 Ginger Fluff, uniced
14 Sponge Sandwich, uniced and unfilled
15 Sponge Sandwich, uniced and unfilled, all flour mixture, no cornflour or custard powder.
16 Chocolate Cake uniced
17 Sultana Cake uniced
18 My Favorite Cake ( include name of cake)
19 Plum Pudding in cloth ( cloth removed)
20 Boiled Fruit Cake uniced no decoration
21 Four pieces of Slice, any variety
22 One Loaf Wholemeal Bread – Handmade
23 One Loaf Wholemeal Bread – Bread Machine
24 One Loaf White Bread -Handmade
25 One Loaf White Bread – Bread Machine
26 Four Scones – Any variety ( made the day before) – cooked by a “Bloke:
27 Chocolate Cake uniced – cooked by a “Bloke”
28 VAS RICH FRUIT CAKE COMPETITION
1ST PRIZE $10 2ND $5
Group final will be conducted at the Tyrendarra Show on February 13th 2021.
A fresh cake to be baked for each judging.
Group winner competes at 2021 Royal Melbourne Show
29 Western Border Group Final for 2019/2020 at Tyrendarra Show, February 8th 2020
Senior competition sponsored by VAS Ltd. 1st place $20
Rich Fruit Cake Recipe
Here’s what you need; 250g sultanas. 250g chopped raisins, 250g currants, 125g chopped mixed peel, 90g chopped red glace cherries, 90g chopped blanched almonds, 1/3 cup sherry or brandy, 250g plain flour, 60g self raising flour, 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg,1/2 teaspoon ground ginger, 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves, 250g butter, 250g soft brown sugar, 1/2 teaspoon lemon essence or finely grated lemon rind, 1/2 teaspoon almond essence, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence, 4 large eggs.
Here’s what to do; Mix together all the fruits and nuts and sprinkle with the sherry or brandy. Cover and leave for at least 1 hour but preferably over night. Sift together the flour and spices. Cream together the butter and sugar with the essences. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition, then alternatively add fruit and flour mixtures. Mix thoroughly. The mixture should be stiff enough to support a wooden spoon. Place mixture into a prepared tin 20cm and bake in a slow oven for approximately 3 1/2 to 4 hours. Allow the cake to cool in the tin.
Note; To ensure uniformity and depending upon the size it is suggested the raisins be snipped into 2-3 pieces, cherries into 4 or 6 pieces and almonds crosswise into 3 to 4 pieces. Tin to be 20cm square, straight sided square cornered tin.
VAS CARROT CAKE COMPETITIONS
Proudly sponsored by Rocky Lamattina & Sons
Open to Carrot cake enthusiasts everywhere
VAS Carrot and Date Muffins – A competition for the junior cake bakers under 18 on the day of their local show.
Rules and Regulations
1 The carrot cake competition follows the show group, state level of competition
2 An exhibitor, having won at a show, will bake another cake for entry in the Group Final. The winner winner will then be required to bake a further cake for the State Final.
3 Exhibitors are to follow the recipe and specifications.
4 An exhibitor having won the Show Level is not eligible to enter any other show/field day until after the Group judging, when if not the winning entry can compete further.
5 An exhibitor is only eligible to represent one Group in a State Final.
6 Each cake entered must be the bona fide work of the exhibitor
7 If for any reason a winner is unable to compete at the Group or State Final Level then the second place getter is eligible to compete.
Hot Tip For Exhibitors
A well-kept competition cake making secret; lay a tea-towel over the cake rack before turning the cake out to prevent the imprint of the cake rack appearing on your competition cake.
30 VAS Carrot Cake Competition,open to carrot cake enthusiasts everywhere.
Ingredients; 375g plain flour, 2 tsp baking powder, 1 1/2 tsp bicarb soda, 2 tsp ground cinnamon. 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg, 1/2 tsp all spice, 2 tsp salt, 345g castor sugar, 375 ml vegetable oil, 4 eggs, 3 medium carrots grated a(350g), 220g crushed pineapple, drained, 180g pecan nuts(crushed)
Prefeat oven to 180c (160c fan),grease a 20c round cake tin and line with baking paper.
2 Sift the dry ingredients together in a bowl. In a separate bowl, beat the eggs and oil, then add to the dry ingredients. Mix well, then add the carrots, crushed pineapple and pecans. Mix to form a smooth batter and pour into the cake tin.
3 Bake for approximately 90 – 100 minutes. 4 Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 10 minutes in the tin on a wire rack. Upend and allow to cool on the wire rack
1st prize $2 2nd $1
Group final will be conducted at the Tyrendarra Show on February 13th 2021
Group winner competes at VAS Convention, July 2020
31 Western Border Group Final for 2019/2020 at Tyrendarra Show, February 8th 2020
Senior competition sponsored by VAS Ltd.
1st Prize $20
Group winner competes at VAS Convention, July 2020
Sponsored by Rocky Lamattina and Soans
1st $250 2nd $ 100 3rd $50
Champion Cake of the Show
The Rita Allit Memorial Sash
Classes 28 – 31 ineligible
Aggregate Trophy to be awarded to the most successful competitor in the Cookery Section. First prizes to be counted in the event of a draw.
District Aggregate for 20 kilometers radius from the showgrounds.
Trophy donated by Welcome Home Giftware, Portland.
Points to be 1st 3 2nd 2 3rd 1
First prizes to be counted in the event of a draw
Classes 29 – 32 ineligible
32 1 Jar Marmalade
33 1 Jar Cherry Plum Jam
34 2 Jar ssJam ( 2 varieties, named)
35 1 Jar Jelly ( own choice, named)
36 1 Jar Apricot Jam
37 1 Jar Jam- any variety
38 4 bottles Preserves ( 4 varieties) Mrs R.D. Orchard
39 1 bottle Tomato Sauce
40 1 bottle Plum Sauce
41 1 Jar Lemon Butter
42 1 Jar Chutney
43 1 Jar Pickles
All jars must be labeled. Jams – no lids or wax. All lids must be removed /loosened.
Entry Fee 20c Prizes 1st $2 2nd $1 Entries close at 10 am
Exhibits may be entered Friday evening between 6 and 8 pm or on the Show Day 8.30 to 10 am sharp
All exhibits and prize money to be collected Saturday between 4 and 5 pm from the Section Stewards
Entries in plastic bags, Small plate for small entries (plastic or paper)
Juniors under 6 years
1 Decorated Cup Cake, judged on decoration only.
Juniors under 12 years
2 Four Patty Cakes (uniced)
3 Four Plain Biscuits ( uniced and cut shapes)
4 Four Decorated Buscuits ( any shape)
5 Four Plain Scones ( made the day before)
6 Chocolate Cake iced or decorated
7 Decorated Cake – An Australian theme ( ef Flora/ Fauna/Beach); (decoration only to be judged)
8 Four pieces Hedgehog
Entries in plastic bags, Small plate for small entries ( plastic,paper)
Juniors 12- 16 years
9 Four Plain Scones ( made the day before)
10 Four Sultana Scone ( made the day before)
11 Four Plain Biscuits ( uniced)
12 Four Patty Cakes ( uniced)
13 Four Pieces Hedghog
14 Decorated Cake An Australian Theme ( eg Flora/Fauna/Beach); (decoration only to be judged)
15 Chocolate Cake Iced
16 Sponge Cake decorated on top.
The Marvis Taylor Memorial Sash for champion Cookery Exhibit- Junior Section
17 Junior Boiled Fruit Cake Competition Under 18 years First Prize $5
18 Western Border Group Final foe 2019/2020
1st Place $15 2nd $5
The following recipe is compulsory for all entrants
Here’s what you will need; 375g Mixed Fruit, 3/4 cup Brown sugar, 1 teaspoon Mixed Spice, 1/2 cup Water, 125g Butter, 1/2 teaspoon Bicarbonate soda, 1/2 cup sherry, 2 Eggs lightly beaten. 1 tablespoons Marmalade. 1 cup Self Raising Flour, 1 cup Plain Flour, /4 teaspoon Salt.
Here’s what to do;
1 Place the mixed fruit, sugar, spice, water and butter in a large saucepan and bring to the boil.
2 Simmer gently for 3 minutes then remove and allow to cool.
3 Add the sherry, eggs and marmalade, mixing well
4 Fold in the sifted dry ingredients then place in a greased and lined 20cm round cake tin. 5 Bake in a moderately slow oven foe 1 1/2 hours, or until cooked when tested.
19 Carrot and Date Muffins
A competition for junior cake bakers under 18 on the day of their local show/field day
Rules and regulations same as senior carrot cake competition
1st prize $2 2nd $1
150g Self-raising Flour, 1 tsp ground cinnamon, 1/4 tsp ground nutmeg, 1 cup Brown Sugar(firmly packed) 1/3 cup Pitted Dates, 1 cup coarsely grated Carrot, 1 tbsp Orange Marmalade, 1 cup Canola Oil, 2 Eggs lightly beaten. 3/4 Cup Orange Juice. 1 cup Reduced Fat Milk.
1 Heat oven to 190C ( Moderately Hot)
2 Line a 12 hole muffin pan with round white paper muffin cases Classic white muffin cases size ( 35mm in height x 90mm widex 50mm base)
3 Sift dry ingredients into a large bowl, stir in dates, carrots. Then add the combined marmalade, oil, eggs, juice and milk. Mix until just combined.
4 Spoon mixture evenly into prepared pan holes
5 Cook for 20 minutes ( to test muffins are cooked insert a cake skewer. If it comes out clean the muffins are ready)
6 Stand muffins in pan for 5 minutes before removing to cool. Show entries 4 muffins per plate.
Group final will be conducted at the Tyrendarra Show on February 13th 2021. Group winner competes at VAS Convention July 2021.
Group Winner at VAS Compettion, July 2020 1st $250 2nd $100 3rd $50
Sponsored by Rocky Lamattina and Sons
Home Brew Competition
Sponsored by Coopers DIY Beer, Adelaide, S.A. Barbecues Galore Warrnambool
Col Johnson- Portland Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
Stewards; Wayne Nunn, 0428 516 122 Geoffry Nunn 0427 520 313 Ryan Maybery
Entries close on show day at 10-30 am, Entries may be chilled. All entries will be chilled at the show until moon.
Minimum 2 entries per class
Judging will be at noon
Entry will be $1 per entry. Trophy for First Place
2 Dark Larger
3 Light Coloured Ales
4 Dark Coloured Alrs
5 Porter/ Stout
9 Ginger Beer
Champion Beer of Show
Champion Brewer of Show
Entries may be dropped off at Portland Air conditioning prior ti Show Day
Senior Stewardess; Mrs L Peters 0431 017 849 36 McVicar St Koroit 3282 or email@example.com
Stewardess; M Smith
Advance entry forms to senior steward by Wednesday Feburary 5th
Exhibits may be entered Friday evening between 5 and 7pm.
All exhibits and prize money to be collected Saturday between 4 and 5 pm from Section Steward.
Entries taken on Show Day February 8th , 8.30 – 9.30 am sharp.
Prizes 1st $2 2nd $1 Entry fee 50c per entry.
Articles having won first prize at a previous Tyrendarra Show are not eligable for entry. Stewards may refuse articles that are soiled.
Parking outside pravilions only while unloading exhibits. Cars must be moved by 10 am.
Sponsors I & R Nunn
** Underline indicates technique on which each class will primarily be judged.
1 Hand Knitted Jumper, Vest or Cardigan in any Yarn.
2 Child’s Matinee Jacket Knitted or Crochet in any Yarn
3 Shawl /Rug Knitted or Crochet. 1st $20 voucher, Donated by Joy’s Craftworx Portland
4 Any Article of Crochet not already mentioned
5 Any Article of Knitting not already Mentioned
6 Tea Cozy – Knitted, Crochet,or Sewn
7 Large Article of Patchwork eg Bed Quilt
8 Small Article of Patchwork, eg Cushion, Vest etc.
9 Itty Bitty Mini Patchwork – must not exceed 30 cm x 30 cm.
10 Article of Hand Quilting
11 Article of Machine Quilting
12 Article of Applique
13 Fantastic Fat Quarters – Article made with one Fat Quarter
14 Article of Millinery – Facinators and Hats
15 Article of Cross Stitch
16 Article of Embroidery
17 Article of Creative Embroidery – may incorporate mixed media, fibre or techniques
18 Novelty Fancy Work Item – may use any medium or techniques
19 Decorated Cushion
20 Article of Fancy Work from Re-cycled Materials. Exhibitor to state origin of Materials and Re-cycling Process
21 Machine Made Garment – any fabric
22 Any Article of Fancy Work not already mentioned
Aggregate Trophy for Fancy Work – Donated by Tyrendarra Show Society
Champion Piece of Fancy Work – The Dawn Orchard Memorial Sash.
** Note rules for the following Classes ( 23, 24, 25, 26, 27) Must be bona fida work of the exhibitor and must be made from wool wool blend ( is wool blended with ant other product- acrylic, silk, angora etc) stipulated with label attached, or label or receipt from woolen mill ( Class 23 – 27).
The winners are expected to compete at the Tyrendarra Show Group Final on 8th February 2020. An exhibitor may represent only one Society at Group Level and one Group at State Level. Prize 1st $3
23 VAS Ltd. with Hand Knitted Garment suitable for a child 3 to 5 years of age made from Pure New Wool Yarn or Wool Blend any ply
24 VAS Ltd. with Patchwork Competition, A piece of Patchwork, no more that 1 metre square, machine pieced and machine quilted, minimal embellishments
25 Spotlight State Sewing Competition; The item to be made by exhibitor.
Item is to be a tote/carry bag no larger than 50 cm with fabric handles, minimal embellishments allowed and must be lined. Sewn by machine. May be hand finished.
26 VAS Ltd. Hand Embroidery Competition- An article of hand made embroidery, any type, excluding cross stitch.
27 VAS Ltd. Crochet Competition – Crocheted article made from pure wool/ wool blend of any ply, one item no larger than 50 cm on any one side.
1 WESTERN BORDER GROUP FINALS
28 VAS Ltd. Embroidery Competition – sponsored by VAS Ltd. – $15.00
30 VAS Ltd. Patchwork Competition – sponsored by VAS Ltd.- $15.00
31 VAS Ltd Sewing Machine Competition – sponsored by VAS Ltd. – $15.00
32 VAS Ltd. Crochet Competition – sponsored by VAs Ltd. – $15.00
Senior Stewardess; Mrs N Spencer
Stewardess; Mrs L Spencer
Advance entry forms to; Mrs L Peters 0431 017 849 36 McVicar St. Keroit 3282 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibits may be entered Friday evening berween 5 and 7 pm. All exhibits and prize money to be collected Saturday between 4 and 5 pm from the Section Stewards
Entries taken on Show Day February 8th 8.30 to 9.45 am sharp
Prizes 1st $2 2nd $1 Entry Fee 50c per entry
Parking outside pavilions while unloading exhibits,All cars must be moved by 10 am.
Any article having won first prize at a previous Tyrendarra Show is not eligible for entry.
1 Article of Jewellery, any medium
2 Article made from Beads, not Jewellery
3 Handmade Bag
4 Wall Hanging, not framed
5 Article of Macrame
6 Toy made in Material
7 Dressed Dol
8 Knitted Doll
9 Teddy Bear , Not knitted
10 Toy made in Wool
11 One Article of Woodcraft
12 One Article of Wood-turning
13 Decorated Box
14 Item of Paper-craft ( excluding card making)
15 Handmade Greeting Card
16 Article of Scrap-booking
17 Article of Christmas Craft
18 Article of Mosaic
19 Article of Pottery or other Ceramic Work
20 Two Skeins of Homemade Wool, one fine one course
21 Item made in Homespun Wool
22 Decorated Coat-hanger
23 Article Made by Felting
24 One Article of Leather-work
25 Article made from Recycled Material
26 Article made by Person with Special Needs
27 Article of craft not mentioned
28 Four Articles of Different Crafts ( excluding knitted and crocheted garments)
Community Group Challenge
Open to all community groups eg CWA, Men’s Shed, Rotary
Prize $5 Entry fee $2.00
Home Craft Challenge; To consist of four items as listed;
- Knitted or Crocheted Item
- Article of Sewing or Needlework
- Article of Craft
- Painted Article on any Medium ie box toy etc
Workshop Challenge; To consist of four items as listed;
- Article made from Recycled Material
- Article of Craft
- Painted Article on any Medium ie box tot etc
Entry Fee 20c Prizes 1st $2 2nd $ 1
Encouragement Ribbons will be warded
Sponsored by R Nunn
A special prize to be awarded for Judges Choice from all Junior Classes for Best Article 1st $15 2nd $ 10 Sponsored by Narrawong Craft Group
Open to children Under 12 years of age.
All exhibits must be the bona fida work of the exhibitor
1 One piece of Needlework , machine or hand sewn
2 Article of Craft Work
3 Article made from Beads
4 Article of Scrap-booking
5 Article of Woodwork
6 Article of Card-making
7 Article of Craft not already mentioned
8 Article of Mosaic
9 Article of Macrame
Open to children 12 years to 16 years
All exhibits must be the bona fida work of the exhibitor
10 One piece of Needlework, machine or hand sewn
11 Article of Woodwork
12 Article made from Beads
13 A Toy any Material
14 Article of Craft-work
15 Article of Scrap-booking
16 Article of Card-making
17 Article of Craft not already mentioned
18 Article of Wall-hanging
19 Article of Christmas Decoration
20 Article of Diamond Dotz
All entries must be original and creative designs and must be presented on a movable flat board
Entry fee 20c Prizes 1st $2 2nd $ 1
A special Lego prize will be awarded to the most individual, creative exhibit.
21 One piece- Construction of own choice and may be submitted with an original story or written explanation of construction. No larger than 30 cm square- 8 years and under
22 One piece- Construction of own choice and may be submitted with an original story or written explanation of construction. No larger than 30 cm square – 9 -12 years
23 One Piece- Construction of own choice and may be submitted with an original story or written explanation of construction. No larger than 30 cm square – open
Senior Stewardess; Mrs J, Nunn 5529 5279
Stewardess; Mrs L Gardiner
Individual entries only
Medium No restrictions but only 2 dimensional work.
(Collage included) may be submitted
No Glass Frames Accepted
Entries close at 10- 30 am
First Lyons Newsagency Portland
Voucher for $5 2nd $1 3rd 50c
Ribbons will be given for encouragement
Prizes donated by R & E Mather, W & J Nunn, I & A Taylor
A; Let’s go feed Magie Chicken and Trevor Duck and Friends
B; Free Choice
If possible, names, class and school to be on the front
1Grade prep and below
2 Pupils in Grades 1 &2
(in sections 1&2 it is often helpful to have the title of the painting on the front)
3 Pupils in Grades 3&4
4 Pupils in Grades 5&6
Would all schools please have all entries in to Mrs Nunn by Thursday 6th February ( unless otherwise arranged)
Prizes 1st $2.50 2nd $1 3rd 50c
5 Machines (eg tractors, motorbikes, trucks, rally cars etc.)
(a) Grades 2 or below
(b) Grades 3-6
There will be a sash awarded to the overall Champion Art Work
Senior Steward; Damian Goodman 0401 827 360
Assistant Steward; Phil Morris
Prizes 1st $2 or prize 2nd $1
Entry Fee 50c per entry
Entry fee must be paid on entry
Entries will be accepted on Friday from 4 pm till 7-30 pm and Show Day February 8th 2020 from 8 am till 9-30 am sharp.
All exhibits and prize money to be collected Saturday between 4 and 5 pm from Section Stewards
No late entries will be accepted
Sponsored by Goodman Photography and Custom Framing, Portland Studios and Hollands Picture Framing & Art Supplies Portland
Trophies will also be awarded for the Open Aggregate and Junior Aggregate
Trophy and Sash for Champion Photo of the Show
Encouragement Award for entries in Junior section.
VAS Ltd. Photography Competition to culminate in State Final at 2020 Royal Melbourne Show. Competition to run at Local, Group, then State Level.
Open – A Photo Featuring Winter
Junior – A Picture Featuring Water ( under 18 years of age on the date of there local show)
Conditions of Entry Entries may be in colour or monochrome, must be no larger than 20 cm x 30 cm, must be mounted ( mount no larger than 3 cm) but NOT Framed. Limit 3 entries per exhibitor
Local level 1st $2 Group level $15
Maximum of three entries per exhibitor in each subject
1 Any Subject in Colour
2 Any Subject in Monochrome ( including black & white or sepia)
3 Portrait of 1 or more People
4 Something beginning with the letter D
5 Something Artificially Illuminated in the Glenelg Shire
6 Seascape or Landscape
7 Long Exposure
8 Macro, the subject should appear larger than in real life.
9 Creative – the photograph has been altered, enhanced or manipulated to create an unusual or special effect
10 Silhouette – the dark shape of someone or something viable in restricted light against a Brighter background. Achieved by shooting at fast shutter speeds into light.
11 Triptych- 3 photos with common theme, preferably displayed on the same mount, Each photo to be no larger than 5″ x&” ( 13 cm x 18 cm). If in doubt contact steward.
12 Reflection. Something that is a reflection of an object or person.
Junior Section ( Under 18 years)
Maximum of three entries per exhibitor in each subject
1 Any subject in Colour
2 Any Subject in Monochrome/Sepia, shades of one colour, including black & white.
3 Selfie, showing yourself with some background and/or other people
5 Object on the beach
6 Animals or People
Conditions of Entry
1 Maximum size of photograph 30.5 cm x 37.5 cm ( 12 ins x 15 ins) Maximum mount size 36 cm x 42.5 cm ( 14 ins x 17 ins). ALL PHOTOS TO BE FIRMLY FIXED TO MOUNT BOARD/CARDBOARD- NO GLASS OR WOODEN FRAMES ACCEPTED. For further advice contact the senior stewards
2 A maximum of three Photographs per exhibitor per subject
3 Exhibitors in the Junior Section may also enter Open Section if they wish
4 Entries must be clearly identified on the reverse side with the exhibitors name. section and subject number
5 Photography and digital editing must be by the exhibitor
6 All possible care will be taken with entries on display, but no responsibility will be incurred by the Tyrendarra P & A Society for any loss or damage
7 No work previously exhibited at the Tyrendarra Show will be accepted.
8 Please collect prize money from the Senior Steward at 4 pm
9 PLEASE NOTE; DUE TO REQUESTS BY EXHIBITORS,ENTRIES MUST REMAIN ON DISPLAY UNTIL 4 PM
Senior Stewardess; Sally Louise Walsh 0419 253 314
Stewardesses; Liz Aley. Mary Galpin, Kate Aley
Exhibits may be entered Friday Evening between 5 and 7 pm or on Show Day 8-30 till 10 am sharp
All exhibits and prize money to be collected Saturday between 4 and 5 pm from Section Stewards
Entry fee 50c per entry Prizes 1st $ 2 2nd $1
Guess the mystery object – $10 prize
Theme- Retro – The 60’s
1 60’s Music- EP’s and LP’s with covers
2 Concerts and Events Memorabilia – (eg tickets, programs, posters, souvenirs)
3 W omens Clothes and Shoes- ( eg mimi skirts, hot pants, patent leather boots).
4 Men’s Clothing and Shoes ( wide ties, flare pants, pointy shoes.
5 Books and Magazines- (eg The Female Eunuch, Rolling Stone magazine)
7 Small Furnishings and Kitchen Utensils ( eg Fondu sets, kaleidoscope lamps)
8 Surfer Paraphernalia ( eg Long boards, Hawian shirts, surf pics, board shorts)
9 Hippy Paraphernalia ( eg kaftans, hookers, hemp items, peace signs)
10 Jewellery, accessories and small miscellaneous ( eg crystal cigarette lighters)
Aggregate Trophy donated by Show Society
Points counted 1st 3 2nd 2
Junior Show Kids Section
Stewards Kylie Nunn, Chloe Nunn
1 Tiny Tot ( 1 to 3 years) Boys and Girls – Trophy
2 Junior Show Kids ( 4 to 6 years) – Trophy
3 Junior Show Kids (7 to ( years) Trophy
4 Intermediate Show Kids ( 10 to 12 years) Trophy
5 Miss Teenager (13 to 19 Years) Trophy donated by Collett’s Amcal Pharmacy, Flowers by Petal’s Florist, Portland Gazebo.
Entries to Secretaries Office on Show Day up to 12-30 pm and then at the Show Kids Stage, Entries are free
Judged at 1pm. Prize ribbon awarded to each entrant.
Belmore Poll Dorset Stud Sheaf Toss Championships
Victorian State Open Sheaf Toss Championship
Total Prize Money $500.00
1st $300 2nd $100 3rd $50 4th $30 5th $20
Entry fee $10 Start 1 pm
Victorian State Open Handicap Championship
Total Prize Money $ 500.00
1st $300 2nd $100 3rd $50 4th $30 5th $20
Entry fee $10 Start 1 pm
Local Footballers Challenge Sheaf Toss
Total Prize Money $150.00
1st $100 2nd $30 3rd $10 4th $5 5th $5
Entry Fee $ 2.00 Start 12 noon
Local unregistered Competitors
Veteran ( over 50) Handicap
(Maximum Handicap 7 metres)
Total prize Money $ 150.00
1st $100 2nd $30 3rd $10 4th $5 5th $5
Entry Fee $5.00 Start 1 pm
Total Prize Money $150.00
1st $ 100 2nd $50 3rd $10 4th $5 5th $5
Entry fee $5.00 Start 1pm
Steward T Troeth
Sponsors; Brian O”Halloran, Warrnambool Richmond Henty Hotel Portland, Belmore Poll Dorset Mark and Trevor Troeth 0417 271 800
Show and Shine and Utes
Senior Steward Greg Holland 0417 169 242
Stewards Portland and District Motoring Enthusiasts Club – Micheal Pratt
Entries from 11 am Showday – Judging 1-30 pm
Section A Show and Shine Car
1 Best Vintage
2 Best Holden
3 Best Ford
4 Best Other Vehicle
5 Best Muscle
Section B- Utes
1 Best 4 WD
2 Best B& S
3 Best Farm/ Rural
4 Best Town/ City
Section C- Motorbikes
1 Best pre- 1980 Motorbike
2 Best Post – 1980 Motorbike
Best Overall Vehicle ( from sections A and B)
Sponsors; Auto Pro Portland, Portland Exhausts, Seaport Motors, Tim Campbell Motorcycles, Ace Crash Repairs, RACV Portland, Portland Fasteners, Shannon’s Insurance, Port City Engines
Entries close on the day- close at 10am Fee 50c
Scarecrows may be made from straw or material
Show Theme; Poultry
Entrants are encouraged to include something red on their scarecrow
1 Juniors 12 years and under- Minature Scarecrow
2 Juniors 12 years and under- Scarecrow
3 Open – Scarecrwo full size
4 Open Novelty , ie not human, could be animal/Cd moving tower etc.
Prizes for 1st and 2nd
Free Competition- ” Who am I” Scarecrow as a character from a book
Only one prize – $25 sponsored by Program Print Pty Ltd Hamilton
Peoples Choice – $20 Sponsored by Drew Gleeson Legal Portland