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World champions Cam Ferguson and David Fagan maintained New Zealand's almost unbeaten record against visiting shearers from the UK with a record-breaking win over Welshmen Gareth Daniel and Wyn Jones at the Waimarino Shears in Raetihi on Saturday.
It may have been 1000km from home but Hawke's Bay shearer John Kirkpatrick was comfortable in cleaning up the two major titles in the deep south during the weekend, for at least the fourth time. Kirkpatrick, 40, won the Northern Southland Community
Some of New Zealand's smallest towns will get to see the best shearers in the world as two teams from Britain take on New Zealand's world champions, Cam Ferguson and David Fagan, over the next three months. The British Isles Shearing Competition
Some of New Zealand's smallest towns will get to see the best shearers in the world as two teams from Britain take-on New Zealand World champion guns Cam Ferguson and David Fagan over the next three months. The Welsh and British Isles Shearing
The small Central Hawke's Bay town of Waipawa got the chance to welcome home World shearing champion Cam Ferguson last night. However, the 27-year-old father-of-three, who has been back in town less than a week, heads to the South Island to work
New Zealand shearing legend David Fagan unleashed one of his best performances in more than 20 seasons of shearing in Wales when he hammered the opposition to win again today on the road to next week's world championships at the Royal Welsh Show.
Fagan, 48, of Te Kuiti, first competed in the open class in the 1982-83 season and has scored almost 150 of his wins in Britain, including eight now in the Great Yorkshire which he first won in 1986. In today's final, he beat Scottish shearer Hamish
Turners and Growers says its new red centred variety has just started hitting the shelves overseas. Mt Maunganui based Zespri says as the country's biggest kiwifruit exporter and marketer, it is also planning new varieties. Zespri spokeswoman Carol
The Coasties came to town and left with almost all the goodies at the Royal Easter Show's Northern Shears in Auckland on Saturday. Napier-based John Kirkpatrick, who grew-up on the East Coast, won the Open shearing final, while the Golden Shears
Canterbury workmates Brian Thomson and Allan Gemmell have won the two blade-shearing places in Shearing Sports New Zealand's team in Wales. They will compete at the 14th Golden Shears World Championships in July, as part of a six-strong kiwi