Autumn State Championship WA 2014

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Autumn State Championship WA 2014

Post by neptune on 4th May 2014, 23:29

Another hectic weekend over from the State Autumn Championships and from our bad start when we couldn't do a summer prune when I wanted to because we were overseas, we did alright........

Well done to Stewart Coles who took out the Major Championship and sent us to second place. We did a comeback and took out the Minor Championship, the Cyril & Daisy Hillary Memorial Perpetual Trophy and second in the Josephine Castledine Memorial Trophy.

This will make you happy ,Doug...Two first and a second in an Australian Bred rose.......

In the Floral Art Section we received three first, one second and one third......

So a quick summary......we enter 15 categories

8 = first
4 = seconds
3 = thirds

One lesson learn't.....be careful when you choose to go on holidays...it could upset your preparations...  Rolling Eyes 
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 5th May 2014, 07:23

Well done Anna & John, notice I put the boss first, any photo's of the show or prize winning entries(meaning yours)
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Post by Bruce Sanders on 5th May 2014, 08:09

Congratulations and well done
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Post by Ausrose on 5th May 2014, 09:13

This will make you happy ,Doug...Two first and a second in an Australian Bred rose.......


John for the number of roses you and Anna grow your results are outstanding. I am particularly impressed with your result in the Australian bred class.

As I indicated in another thread the Australian bred class has gone from relative obscurity to one of the most prestigious classes in the NSW State Championships and I am hoping this improved status of Australian bred roses continues right across Australia.

Progressive rose societies such as a number of NSW Regional Rose Societies are now giving a champion ribbon for the best Australian bred unit in the show.

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