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Results from the second day of the 52nd Golden Shears international shearing and woolhandling championships and World Championships in Masterton today:
Qualifiers for individual semi-final on Saturday in order of qualifying: Mayenzeke Shweni (South Africa) 1, Zweliwile Hans (South Africa) 2, Mike McConnell (New Zealand) 3, Brian Thomson (New Zealand) 4, George Mudge (England) 5, Elfed Jackson (Wales) 6, William Craig (Scotland) 7, Peter Artridge (Australia) 8, Kevin Ford (USA) 9, Gareth Owen (Wales) 10, Mark Armstrong (Scotland) 11, Nick Denniss Australia) 12.
Qualifiers for teams final on Friday, in order of qualifying: South Africa (Zweliwile Hans, Mayenzeke Shweni) 1, New Zealand (Brian Thomson, Mike McConnel) 2, Wales (Elfed Jackson, Gareth Jones) 3, England (Andrew Weir, George Mudge) 4; Scotland (William Craig, Mark Armstrong) 5, Australia (Nick Denniss, Peter Artridge) 6.
Senior Semi final (8 sheep – top 6 qualifiers): Jack Robinson (Northern reland) 9min 24.391sec, 38.648pts, 1; Tysson Hema (Waipukurau) 10min 14.395sec, 39.863pts, 2; Daniel Boillot (France) 10min 8.055sec, 41.688pts, 3; Te Atakura (Gisborne) 10min 37.416sec, 41.871pts, 4; Hemi Braddick (Eketahuna) 9min 27.009sec, 42.35pts, 5; Jack Fagan (Te Kuiti) 9min 55.502sec, 42.489pts, 6. The final is on Saturday afternoon.
Intermediate final (8 sheep): Bryce Guy (Kaeo) 9min 24.043sec, 46.827pts, 1; Michael Rolston (Levin) 10min 46.594sec, 47.58pts, 2; Sarah Goss (Kimbolton) 11min 32.269sec, 48.113pts, 3; Dean Nelmes (England) 9min 42.451sec, 48.623pts, 4; Jotham Rentoul (Nelson) 12min 43.534sec, 52.677pts, 5; Hayden Tapp (Taihape) 11min 2.347sec, 53.242pts, 6.
YFC Blue Ribbon Open (6 sheep): Mark Grainger (Te Kuiti) 8min 2.258sec, 36.28pts, 1; Jack Fagan (Te Kuiti) 8min 27.356sec, 36.868pts, 2; Aaron Haynes (Feilding) 8min 57.666sec, 38.883pts, 3; Mark Buick (Masterton) 8min 42.778sec, 42.972pts, 4; Joseph Kyle (Napier) 9min 26.58sec, 45.829pts, 5; Clayton Braddick (Eketahuna) 10min 27.54sec, 47.377pts, 6.
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