Finley High School was recognised as having the top two ewes in the region earlier this month.SOPHIE BURGE June 25, 2014 3:10am
Victoria Alexander with the Reserve Champion Ewe and Emma Marsden with the Holbrook Fair’s Grand Champion Ewe.
Finley High School students now have the top two ewes in the region, after wins at the Holbrook Sheep and Wool Fair.
The school’s entries were crowned Grand Champion Ewe and Reserve Champion Ewe at the show earlier this month.
Finley High beat 11 other schools and 10 private exhibitors for the prestigious titles.
And they were not the only ribbons for the Finley High Show team, with group and several individual wins at the Holbrook Fair as well.
It’s a great boost for the school, which is now preparing for the Australian Wool and Sheep Show in Bendigo next month.
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