NCC Lady Ella 2936 was sashed the grand champion female of the 2016 World Brahman Congress, and is held by her exhibitor Brett Nobbs, NCC Brahmans, Duaringa with Peter Brazier, GDL presenting the tropy, and judge Glen Waldron, Meandarra. In what is just her second showing, the impressive NCC Lady Ella 2936, exhibited by Brett Nobbs, NCC Brahmans, Duaringa, took the grand championship award in the stud female judging at the World Brahman Congress held in Rockhampton.

NCC Lady Ella 2936 was earlier sashed the senior champion female after blitzing her way through the impressive 24 to 30 months class. She was exhibited with a handsome bull calf at foot who was born on the Rockhampton showgrounds on Tuesday evening.

At her only other show outing Ncc Lady Ella 2936was sashed calf champion female at Beef 2015.

Success continued to follow Brett Nobbswhen hisentry NCC Empress 3305, claimed the calf champion award at her first outing.

Reserve senior champion female was Kenrol Lady Rae Lee, exhibited by Ken and Wendy Cole, Kenrol Brahmans, Gracemere.

Making the long trek fromDubbo, NSW paid handsome dividends for Colin and Lyn Tink ofBT Brahmans when their entry BT Aria (P) was sashed the junior champion female.

The reserve champion female was Hamdenvale Brandi (IVF) (H) exhibited by Nebo-based breeders David and Joy Deguara, Hamdenvale Brahmans.

HamdenvaleBrandi, earlier won at the Marlborough show, and will return home to be mated.

Reserve calf champion female Crinum T Mysterious (H) exhibited by Terry Randell, Crimun Brahmans, Teri.

All stud bulls will be judged tomorrow (Saturday) as the 2016 World Brahman Congress drews to a close.

Queensland Country Life will publish a full report in the issue iusse May 26.

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