Click go the shears at show
THE sights and the sounds of a shearing competition will again prevail under the Moreton Bay Figs at the Euroa Show.
It will happen at the 2018 Euroa Shears Finewool Shearing Championship which will feature five main events worth in excess of $5000 in cash prizes and trophies.
These events will include an open class, a senior class, an intermediate class and the James Naughton Memorial Learners Event.
These events are open to all shearers.
The Local Strongwool event will also feature again.
This event will be open to all shearers who have permanently resided within a 70km radius of Euroa for at least the last 12 months.
The organisers hope to continue to attract some of Australia’s top shearers to the event so that the quality of shearing will continue as it has in the past.
Euroa has long held a reputation as a quality shearing competition, attracting shearers from WA, Queensland, New Zealand, Ireland and France in the past.
A feature of the Euroa Shears is that the open class winner receives a championship blazer which has proven to be a sought-after prize in recent years.
So, on Saturday, October 27, come along with your family to the Euroa Showgrounds and enjoy the many attractions that the show has to offer.
While you’re there, make your way to the Moreton Bay Fig Trees and watch some of Australia’s best local and interstate shearers in action.
You won’t be disappointed.