Steers top at Hawkesbury
Students from Brisbane Water Secondary College Umina campus in Years 7 to 12 prepared and competed with six head of cattle and achieved commendable results at the Hawkesbury Agricultural Show.
Madison Guttridge was awarded first place with a heavyweight steer bred by Mr Scott Lee, which went on to win School Champion Steer and Overall Champion Steer of the show.
Mr Scott said he was proud of both the steer's performance and the professional conduct of the students.
Alanna Norris was also awarded first place with a middleweight steer which went on to win Reserve Champion Steer of the show.
Kyle McCue-Obrien was awarded third place in the middlweight steer category and the school was awarded second place in the non-led heifer class.
Students dominated the paraders field with Loren Lees winning the 15-year class.
Second went to Joshua Cottam, and Kyle McCue Obrien and Clint McAnally tied third.
The Hawkesbury Agriculture Show concluded the autumn show season for Brisbane Water Secondary School but new stock will arrive in the next few weeks and preparation will commence for the coming spring show season.
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