Killarney State School Year 4 students entertained the guests at the Killarney QCWA International Day last week.
Killarney State School Year 4 students entertained the guests at the Killarney QCWA International Day last week.

Killarney CWA goes green for Irish

THE Killarney QCWA held their International Day last Thursday with the country of study being Ireland.

The Killarney Branch had a display of all things Irish with members dressing up as leprechauns.

Killarney State School Year 4 students entertained guests with limericks, story, singing and a play.

Members and guest enjoy traditional Irish stew for lunch.

Killarney State School students competed in the QCWA International Day Competition with different assignments on Ireland.

Winners

Prep-Year 1 Colouring: 1st Lauren Smith, 2nd Jamie Hamilton, 3rd Ethane Spindler.

Years 2-3 Picture Bird or Animal: 1st Ben Schalk, 2nd Ben Wilkinson, 3rd Sopo Vaeau.

Years 4-5 Poster Sheet: 1st Dalton Giffin, 2nd Nicholas Lane, 3rd Penne Edwards.

Years 6-7 Project Sheet: 1st Lewis Taylor, 2nd James Taylor, 3rd Samantha George.

Killarney State School captains Sophie Power and Kelton Dunkley along with principal Steve Reid presented two Honour Boards with the names of past presidents and secretaries to the Killarney QCWA at their International Day dinner.

The honour boards were presented in memory of Margaret Hamilton.

Margaret was a long time Killarney CWA member who worked with the school on numerous CWA events involving the school and students.

Sheep dog trials

The Killarney sheep dog trials will be held over this coming weekend at the Killarney show grounds.

Respected championship judge and Kelpie breeder Gary Milgate from Yangan will judge in the main arena over the course of the weekend.

Rosemary Gibson said along with the course in the main arena there will also be a short course event for new competitors in the rodeo arena.

Over the weekend there will be a run off for positions to represent Queensland to compete at the Australian team selection trials later this year.

The run off for this event will be held over a Trans Tasman Course.

The Trans Tasman Course involves both Australia and New Zealand rules and layout.

Competing in the Queensland run off will be Jim O’Connell from Winton with two dogs, Geoff Gibson from Yangan with two dogs, David Lacey, Colin Topp from Brisbane and John Parr from Omanama each with one dog.

All dogs have earned points during the season to qualify for the run off with the top two competitors going on to represent Queensland at the Australian team qualifier.

A canteen will operate on the grounds throughout the weekend with meals at the Killarney Recreation Centre on Saturday and Sunday night.



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