This year's Leeton Show has proven to be a big success, with scores of people turning out to the Leeton Showgrounds for two days of fun.
This year saw a number of new additions to the entertainment roster, with events like the quick shearing and two-hand cutting events drawing in new crowds.
While the event was initially in danger of not being run at all after the Leeton Show Society were unable to initially fill their executive positions, show president Bill Aliendi said he was pleased with how the event had gone.
"We're still wet behind the ears because we're still new at it," Mr Aliendi said.
"The support we've got from the general public has really enthused us.
"We're very happy with how its gone and the new innovations that we've had."
Show secretary Janne Skewes said she was "blown away" by the amount of people participating in events.
"Its been very successful in all areas," she said.
"We've got a record number of entries in the pavilion this year... [and] the amount of people that just come and volunteer once the show is going, that's great."
More than 2300 entries were received for this year's pavilion events, and Ms Skewes said the pavilion was one spot of interest for this year's show.
"Last [Friday] night after the fireworks it was unbelievable to have them still wandering through the pavilions at that time of night," she said.
Mr Aliendi said the support from sponsors and community members was key to helping the show remain as a two-day event.
"There isn't many two day shows around," he said.
"We're good enough to be able to have two days and two record days so it says something for the Leeton community, in hard times and in good times they really support us."
However, while this year's event may only just have reached the history books, Ms Skewes said plans are already in motion to ensure the 2020 show is just as successful.
"We're gonna put the call out for new members... and have it bigger and better next year," she said.
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