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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Pictures: policeman pips pollies in peel-off

Rural Ambassador Kirrilee Beveridge, left, Derwent Valley councillors Paul
Belcher and Barry Lathey and Legislative Councillor Craig Farrell waiting
for the starter's orders in the first heat of the second annual Great Pollie Peel-Off
at the Bushy Park Show yesterday.
After winning the first heat, Paul Belcher helped fellow councillor Barry Lathey
with the last of his six apples.
Bushy Park Show secretary Allison Hennessey presents Paul Belcher with his
ribbon for winning the first heat.
Derwent Valley mayor Martyn Evans appeals the exclusion of his additional
implement at the start of the second heat, with deputy mayor Ben Shaw, left,
and Lyons MHA Rebecca White, right.
Rebecca White and baby daughter Mia on the way to winning heat two.

All competitors returned to the table for a longest peel contest, joined by last
year's Peel-Off winner Paul Britten.
Constable Britten, left, winning the longest-peel contest.
Rebecca White, left, Paul Belcher, Paul Britten and Craig Farrell in the final.
Paul Britten was the hands-down winner of the 2017 Great Pollie Peel-Off.

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