King Country shearers Jack Fagan and Clay Harris have wrapped up a busy season in the UK by each winning two finals at different venues in England and Wales. Fagan following in the footsteps of his father Sir David 30-40 years ago, finished runner-up to new World Champion Gwion Lloyd Evans at Cothi, fifth in the Royal Welsh Open four days later and then won the Corwen Shears Open final – where he beat the world champion Evans. But the most prized victory was at Corwen, where the title had in the past been won by his father, uncle John Fagan, and cousin James Fagan.
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