Nepowie Station has come up trumps in the Lucindale Wool Show held on the weekend, winning champion fleece of the show with an eight kilogram bright white, fine wool&nbsp;ewe's fleece. From an impressive 85 entries, AJ&amp;PA McBride had the highest scoring fleece,&nbsp;88.6 points of a possible 100 points, including 19/20 for trueness to type&nbsp;and 18 of 20 for style. Judge Andrew Keach from Quality Wool said the fleece impressed with its "general quality, drape, lustre and weight of the wool." The Woolumbool property also won best medium wool fleece. In the strong wool section Gavin and Tammy Parker, Kingston, edged out WV James &amp; Son, Cooranga, who have&nbsp;won the class for the previous four years. Convenor Alan McGurk was pleased with the support, despite numbers being back from more than 100 a year entered for the past two years. The field of entries included seven fleeces from the Eyre Peninsula where Mr McGurk&nbsp;classes each year plus strong numbers from local properties. "The area was founded on wool and sheep and Lucindale has a reputation for being great woolgrowing country." He singled&nbsp;out the efforts of the McBride family who entered 35 fleeces from their Keilira, Conmurra, Konetta, Nepowie and Brooklyn properties and said it was good to see the friendly rivalry between each property. The Lucindale Wool Show is a fundraiser for the local community with many of the entrants donating their fleeces. Last year $6000 was raised for the&nbsp;upgrade of the swimming pool at the Lucindale Area School and Mr McGurk hopes a further $5000 will go towards re-opening the pool. Quality Wool's Andrew Keach was the judge.