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Emms Mooney takes out number one office for the year

By Lyndsey Douglas

Central West stock and station agency, Ray White Rural Emms Mooney, had a stellar evening at the recent national rural and livestock awards ceremony for the Ray White Group.

The Bathurst, Oberon, Blayney, Molong and Cowra business were announced as the best rural agency in the network of 103 offices. As well as the best livestock office.

Oberon agent, 32 year old Sam D’Arcy, took out the top individual prize of number 1 agent in a group of 480 members. Only two years ago, Sam was the company’s “Rookie of the Year”.

Ray White Rural Emms Mooney agents made up four of the top ten in the group, with Oberon’s Mary David taking out fourth for the year, Bathurst’s Peter Crampton placing fifth and Cowra’s Josh Keefe ranking seventh.

AuctionsPlus awarded their top assessor for the group, Blayney-based Harry Larnach, 29.

The office was recognised as the top advertiser for the year too.

Young rural agent, George Southwell, 23, of Ray White Rural Yass and Canberra, was announced as the top auction agent for his commitment to and success with the auction process for his clients.

Ray White Rural Dubbo collected three awards: no.5 livestock office, no. 2 principal nationally, Brian McAneney, and eighth ranked rural office based on value of sales.

New England business, Ray White Rural Guyra and Armidale were recognised at the national awards, ranking third with new sales agent Lachlan Cullen, fifth with principal Andrew Starr and achieving seventh overall in office rankings.

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