|Bushy Park Show program co-ordinator Alison Hennessy, left, listens as sponsor|
Bel Bird of the New Norfolk Guardian Pharmacy starts the 2020 Pollie Peel-Off
at the show on Saturday.
|Bushy Park policeman Peter Gibson's performance in |
Round 1 got him through to the final of the fastest-peel.
|Lyons MHA and Primary Industries minister Guy Barnett|
in Round 1 of the fastest-peel event.
|Lyons MHR Brian Mitchell, last year's winner, earned a|
place in the final of the fastest-peel event this year.
|Legislative Councillor Craig Farrell and Derwent Valley deputy mayor discussing|
implements before the start of Round 2 of the fastest-peel event.
|Derwent Valley Councillor Natasha Woods in Round 2|
of the Pollie Peel-Off contest.
|Round 2 appeared to be a dead-heat between Lyons MHR|
John Tucker and Cr Natasha Woods.
|Alison Hennessy distributing potatoes to the finalists in the fastest-peel event,|
from left, John Tucker MHA, Cr Natasha Woods, Brian Mitchell MHR and local
policeman Peter Gibson.
|Cr Woods checks her work after winning the fastest-peel event, while last year's|
winner, Mr Mitchell, continues peeling.
|All the competitors returned for the second event, for the longest potato peel.|
From left, John Tucker MHA, Cr Jessica Cosgrove, Cr Natasha Woods, Guy
Barnett MHA, Jen Butler MHA, Constable Peter Gibson, Brian Mitchell MHR
and Craig Farrell MLC.
|Fellow competitors react as Mr Farrell becomes the final contender in the|
quest for the longest potato peel.
|The crowd watching the Pollie Peel-Off.|
|Mr Farrell displays his competition-winning longest potato peel.|
|Derwent Valley councillors Jessica Cosgrove, left, and Natasha Woods.|
|Craig Farrell MLC and Councillor Natasha Woods with their Pollie Peel-Off|
championship ribbons and certificates.