Waiuku Group Day Results

The following are the champion results from the Waiuku Combined Schools Calf Club Association Group Day held at the end of October.

Junior Leading Champion: Brayden Bottomley, Otaua; Senior leading Champion: Emma Singleton, Glenbrook; Junior Child Effort: Dante Oldfield, Waiuku; Reserve Champion: Joel Watkins, Sandspit Combined; Senior Child Effort: Soraya Watkins, Sandspit Combined; Reserve Champion: Georgia Roberts, Oatua; Champion of Champions: Dante Oldfield, Waiuku.

Junior Leading Champion: Korrin Millett, Awhitu; Senior Leading Champion: Dylan Baird, Sandspit Combined; Junior Child Effort: Angus Munro, Pukeoware; Reserve Champion: Lily Hilton, Sandspit Combined; Senior Child Effort: Kiwi Fleming, Sandspit Combined; Reserve Champion: Dylan Baird, Sandspit Combined; Champion of Champion of Champions: Angus Munro, Pukeoware.

Junior Leading Champion: Cooper Roberts, Otaua; Senior Leading Champion: Mariska Capper, Awhitu; Dairy Type: Brooke Glenny, Otaua; Reserve: Beanie Rattrie, Otaua; Beef Type: Malachi Ritchie, Sandspit Combined; Reserve: Brookelyn Muir, Oatua; Junior Child Effort: Dearna Hull, Otaua; Reserve: Milan Burns, Otaua; Senior Child Effort: Mariska Capper, Awhitu; Reserve: Brooke Glenny, Otaua; Champion of Champions: Dearna Hull, Otaua.

Best group of three calves: Otaua; Best group of three lambs: Glenbrook; Best group of three goats: Otaua.

School Points Trophy: Otaua.

This year, Otaua School were the overall winners for the School Points Trophy at the annual Waiuku Group Day.


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