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Monty's your man
for a romantic date
MOST WANTED? Canterbury's Monty
Bamford is hoping to impress in the
Fieldays Rural Bachelor of the Year
THE FINALISTS in the Fieldays
Rural Bachelor of the Year 2013
have been chosen, and 22-year-old
Monty Bamford, of Canterbury, is
This year, in keeping with
Fieldays' global theme, the
competition includes rural men
from across the ditch, in a trans-
Tasman clash of rural codes.
Three Aussies will line up in
June with the five Kiwis selected
from across the country, to
compete for the sought-after title.
Fieldays publicist Vicki
Annison says it will make a great
trans-Tasman contest as the
bachelors showcase their skills,
strength and character.
These men have already
proved on paper that they have
the drive and determination to
contest the Kiwi lads' reign on the
title, as well as meeting our
gorgeous Kiwi ladies,'' she said.
I'm convinced we'll see a great
competition unfold as they try to
prove they have what it takes to
take out the coveted Golden
Mr Bamford was brought up on
a farm and went to Lincoln
He now works in agricultural
analysis, conducting trials and
gathering the information that
helps keep New Zealand on the
cutting edge globally''.
In his downtime, he plays
cricket and football, hangs out
with friends, reads crime novels
and does the housework.
He says that if you fancy being
swept off your feet on a date night
with a bunch of flowers and a
candlelit five-course meal at a
fancy restaurant, along with a
boogie at the club afterwards,
then he is your man.
The competition begins on
Monday, June 10, with an
Amazing Race-style kick-off. The
finalists will then compete in a
series of heats over four days to
test their agriculturally-derived
skills, No 8 wire attitude and all-
Fans can follow the rural bachelor
Fieldays contest popular
THE FIELDAYS Innovation Centre Competition
has received more than 70 innovations that
showcase ideas, designs and prototypes within
multiple primary industry categories, especially
agriculture and horticulture.
Fieldays' Innovation Centre team leader Tony
Smith says the competition is becoming more
popular as word spreads about the success of past
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