Show­girls earn their sashes

Central and North Burnett Times - - GAYNDAH SHOW -

SIX­TEEN young women aged 10 to 17 com­peted for the Gayn­dah Ju­nior Miss Show­girl ti­tles.

Judge Rob Radel said they had taken pride in their town, their show, and them­selves.

“Each and ev­ery one of th­ese young ladies has done a top job,” Mr Radel said.

“(In the 14 to 17 years sec­tion) the top three girls when we al­lo­cated points were all on equal points.

“That’s how close it was.”

Ge­or­gia Lai­dler I re­ally en­joyed (Miss Show­girl) and I will prob­a­bly do it again next year.

Ge­or­gia Lai­dler, sashed Miss Show­girl 10-13 years, com­petes an­nu­ally at the show in cooking, photography and sewing.

“I wanted to do Show­girl and put en­tries into the pav­il­ion this year – I wanted to take it one step fur­ther,” Ge­or­gia said.

“I re­ally en­joyed (Miss Show­girl) and I will prob­a­bly do it again next year.

“It’s con­fi­dence build­ing for all young girls in Gayn­dah, and I’m re­ally proud to be Ju­nior Miss Show­girl 2015.”

Miss Show­girl 14-17 years So­phie Sum­mers, who com­peted with her sis­ter Choloe, was thrilled to be fur­ther in­volved at this year’s show.

“I as­sist with the weigh­ing in of prime cat­tle each year,” So­phie said.

“I’m very happy to win and to be in­volved in the prize giv­ing.

“I’ll prob­a­bly give (Miss Show­girl) an­other go.”

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