Matilda is the Tasmanian state finalist at the 2021 Agricultural Shows Australia National Young Judges finals held at the Royal Queensland Show. Here’s a bit about Matilda.

Matilda Scott was in 2018 named Australia’s top graduate wool classer. Miss Scott, who lives at sheep property Myrtlewood, took out the Golden Stencil title for winning the 2018 AWEX/TAFE National Graduate Wool Classer Competition at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

After completing TasTAFE’s Certificate IV in Wool Classing Miss Scott was selected to represent Tasmania in the national competition. Finalists classed superfine merino, medium merino and crossbred clip.

Her time working on her family’s Northern Midlands farm, her TasTAFE course and work experience at Trefusis prepares Miss Scott for these competitions.

Matilda has studied a Bachelor of Agricultural Science at the University of Tasmania’s Sandy Bay campus and several years ago purchased a ram and several ewes to start her own merino stud.

In 2017 and 2018 Matilda Scott won the 16-25 years fleece judging category at the Campbell Town Show, Tasmania.

Agricultural Shows Australia wishes Matilda all the best at the Ekka.