King & Queen of CQ Big Boar Competition - 138kg Winner

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Jambin Queensland might only be a small community but the population certainly exploded on Saturday 2 June when competitors & the general public gathered at the hollow grounds of the Jambin Hotel to participate in the family fun event, known as the King & Queen of CQ Big Boar Competition. 

Participants travelled from far & wide to take in part in this event. Hunters from Sydney, Northern NSW and as far west as Roma & north of Mackay. 
 
With an incredible 321 registrations recorded for the event there and over 400 people in attendance at the weigh in day there was 248 pigs weighed & entered for all categories with 90 wild dog scalps also recorded. 
 
The data collected from the weekends hunt indicated just under 600 pigs were caught in a few days which is a massive relief to the agriculture industry and sure to put a smile or two on the farmers faces.
 
Congratulations to Josh Allan who collected $3000 worth of prizes for being crowned the King of this years boar comp with a thumper 138.9kg dressed boar.
 

Rhiana Mason was crowned Queen with a monster 110.7kg boar.

MENS BIGGEST BOAR TOP 5 


Josh Allan 138.9kg
Alex Dallas 115.4kg
Johnny Wilson 110.5kg
Rick Gibson 103.2kg
David Forster 101.5kg

LADIES BIGGEST BOAR TOP 3
Rhiana Mason 110.7kg
Dayna Law 88.8kg
Caitlyn Lacey 87.1kg

JUNIOR BIGGEST BOAR TOP 3
Dusty Dallas 111.8kg
Chelsea Bishop 83.2kg
Tristan Platen 77.8kg

MENS BIGGEST SOW
Dan Muller 101.2kg

LADIES BIGGEST SOW
Caitlyn Lacey 100.2kg

BIGGEST TUSKS
Andrew Stratford 181mm

BEST COLOURED PIG
Zac Brandt

MYSTERY WEIGHT
Chaise Pearce

MOST NUMBER OF FRESH DOG SCALPS
Adrian Roots 11

MOST NUMBER OF DOG SCALPS
Andrew Stratford 34

BIGGEST DOG
Damian Hammond 1810mm

Congratulations to all prize winners and well done to the great sponsors who support the event to make it truly one of the if not the best hunting competition of its kind in Australia.

The small schools of Jambin & Goovigen had a great day and provided some terrific food and quality service and made around $5000 just out of the canteen.

Thank you to everyone that took part in this year's event and once again the committee learnt a few more things from this year that will make the comp bigger, better, enjoyable and more equitable next year.

 

 

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