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Noel, Natasha and Logan Easton.

Mackenzie Kinross, Billie Smith and Hannah Koglin.

Claudia Irons and Jordyn Spresser.

Elijah Perry, Alira Perry and Mia Pope.

Brody and Natasha Higson.

Bryah Ingram and Brooke Cassell.

Champion Illawarra was Tom and Kyleigh Cochrane’s Kangawarra Buttercup shown by Olivia Handebo taking out the KJ Henry Memorial award which was presented by John Henry and judge Jason Maloney.

Georgina Jones, BJ Hawkins and Eden Roszkiewicz from Vincentia High School, ready to show their alpacas at the Nowra Show.

Elizabeth Haupt from Nowra.

Ringmaster John Bennett.

Kate Schreiber.

Sarah Davies.

Champion youth stock horse handler Claire Hellessey.

Kate and Grace Schreiber.

Junior Champion Holstein line-up.

Elzabeth Haupt from Nowra visits the 2017 Nowra Show.

Anabella Da Pozzo, Mackenzie Allan and Elouise Hindman from Shoalhaven High School.

Chris, Lucas, Laura and Nicole Beauchamp from Orient Point and Sue and Mike Huxtable from Callala Bay.

Karen Spalding with her winning entry (sheep) in the needlecraft section.

Claire Hellessey and Angel, winner of the Junior Handler Stock Horse section.

Michelle and Jack Duffy from Sanctuary Point and Dale and Jeff Burley from St Georges Basin.

Zoe Peel from Oakdale on Ortfordvalley Eclipse and Amelia Nelson from Bawley Point on Glenesk Red River.

Niamh Lennon on Solar and Tobie Payne.

Hayden, Catherine, and Jim Watts from Pyree and Brodie Solway-Jones from Bomaderry.

Ashlee Stevens with dog Junior and Elysse Stevens.

Sienna Zwar from Berry on Krista Park Camelot, winner of Reserve Champion Ridden Riding Pony.

Wendy Brown and Joe Harvey from Greenwell Point.

Grace and Kate Schreiber from Cambewarra.

Keona and Taliha Cornish from Nowra.

Leith Stockley with Top Gun.

Hunter and Dakota Spence and Braydon Rae, all from Bomaderry.

Tyne and Sophie Weller from Shoalhaven Heads.

Eileen and Gordon Webber from Callala Bay.

Volunteers Jenny Pepper, pam Arthur, Winsome Watts, Bev Carter and Vivienne Henry.

Hannah Wallace and Grace Hughes from Shoalhaven High School.

Max Atkins, winner of the Best Rose Exhibit, Helen Sargent-Clark and Alan Clark.

St Michaels school children enjoy everything on offer in the pavilion.

Karen Spalding with her friend Janet’s winning knitting and crochet entrant.

Kate, Barry and Anne Clancy in the pavilion.

Steven Robinson and Benny Newlands from Shoalhaven High School.

Luke Blake, Garry Nelson, Elkie Price and Todd Blake.

Nowra Show’s ‘guess the weight of the chook’ competition in action.

Rahni McGill and Marla McGill ad Sienna Zwar.

Lily-Rose Baxter and Miley and Luca Winchester from Shoalhaven Pony Club.

Hector, Henry, Mulligan, Wilbur and Caroline Goodall from Meroo Meadow.

Karen Spalding, Annette McCarthy and Kerry Sutherland.

Maria Firkin, Lynn French and Denise Wood from the Nowra Makers Market.

Four-year-old Hayden Cochrane keeps an eye on the judge during the Nowra Show dairy cattle judging.

Janelle and Mal Pritchett watch the dairy cattle judging.

Cody and Cathie Cochrane at the cattle judging.

Henry and Sonny Simms at the cattle judging.

Sue Jeffery and Stuart Crofts.

Len King, Lyn and Geoff King-Gee at the cattle judging.

Maryan Hewitt, Susie Cameron and John Hewitt enjoy the cattle judging.

Sisters Beverley Bloomfield and Lola Hollister at the cattle section.

Cheryl and David Grant at the Nowra Show cattle judging.

Lesley McKinnon and John Ferguson at the cattle ring.

Nowra High School agriculture teacher Peter Ryan and student Kieren Brown watch the cattle judging.

Jack and Fay Garratty were keen spectators at the cattle judging.

Jack Warnes had fun in the cattle ring with his calf Claire.

Jack Warnes had fun in the cattle ring with his calf Claire.

Jack Warnes had fun in the cattle ring with his calf Claire.

Jack Warnes had fun in the cattle ring with his calf Claire.

Jack Warnes had fun in the cattle ring with his calf Claire.

Junior champion any other breed was the Menzies family entry Rivendell Tequila Tammy shown by Bella Simms. Judge Ash Wright presents the ribbon.

Illawarra Junior champion for the Jim Henry Memorial Award was clean sweep for the Cochrane Family and the Eagle Park stud. Dusty leading Eagle Park Heather took champion from his older brother Riley with another Eagle Park Heather while dad Tim was honourable mention with Eagle Park Pringerly Duchess.

Col and Sue Walsh and their grandson Sammy Green at the cattle judging.

Nothing like keeping it in the family. Junior champion Holstein for the Furn Garratty Memorial was won by Tom and Kyleigh Cochrane’s Glenalbas Sid Alakazam shown by Olivia Handebo. Kylie is Mr Garratty’s granddaughter. She received reserve junior champion with Glenalbas Alexander Posch. They receive their ribbons from judge Lindsay Moxey and chief cattle steward and Furn’s son Alan Garratty.

Intermediate Holstein champion was Eagle Park Goldchip Hezitall shown by Liam Skinner for Tim and Natalie Cochrane. Mal Nikora from the NAB and Malcolm McPhee present the ribbon.

Champion any other breed was John and Andrea Henry’s entry Barmaroth Denver Jemima. Reserve champion was Alexz Crawford’s Miss Goldwyn Honeycombe. They are with judge Ash Wright.

Iszi Crawford with Miss Goldwyn Honeycombe.

Two highly credentialed cow men, chief steward Alan Garratty and David Mayo enjoy a chat.

Beau and Mel Chittick enjoy the cattle judging.

Brian Burgess, Malcolm McPhee and Pat Muller were interested spectators.

Chris Coulthart, John Miller and Will Miller.

Geoff Herne and Geoff O’Dwyer watch the judging.

Greg, Chase and Morgan Soper. Morgan won the ringside judging competition.

Nowra High students Gemma Thompson, Alice Lauder and Cara Haupt.

Champion Holstein was Tom and Kyleigh Cochrane’s Glenalbas Amazing Posch. Judge Lindsay Moxey and Phil Monaghan, of Manildra Stockfeeds present Kyleigh with the ribbon.

Ian Herne proudly shows off his calf.

Dale Bryce, Shane Oslear, Tim Chittick and Marty Downes at the cattle ring.

Supreme junior champion interbreed was won by Tim and Natalie Cochrane’s Eagle Park Maxima Heather. Andrea Henry representing John and Andrew Henry Rural Contractors and judges Jason Maloney, Lindsay Moxey and Ash Wright present the ribbon.

Brian Wallace and Ron McKinnon.

Barbara and Alf Lawrence.

Ella Simms took out the junior paraders.

Jimmy Watts with his calf Nemo.

Ian Herne in the paraders’ comnpetition.

Supreme champion cow Tom and Kyleigh Cochrane’s Glenalbas Amazing Posch. Judges Lindsay Moxey, Ash Wright and Jason Maloney present the champion’s ribbon to Kyleigh.

Nick Crawford cools off Miss Goldwyn Honeycombe after a hot day in the show ring.

Brent Pepper cools off one of the entrants in the dairy section after Friday’s Judging.

Photo: Daniel Colebrook.

Photo: Daniel Colebrook.

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