Numbers eased slightly as agents yarded 1,856 lambs and 1,552 sheep to total 3,408 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with a small number of restockers active throughout the market. Quality continues to be mixed as both the sheep and lamb markets sold to easier rates this week with a single pen of new season lambs returning $218/head. Lightweight lambs to the trade ranged from $67 to $152 with the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score types ranging from $142 to $169/head. Restockers turned a small number of lambs back out from $90 to $105/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs are becoming harder to find with a mixed selection on offer and these returned from $155 to $188 and average around 820c/kg cwt with a drop in price of up to $7/head. Heavy lambs ranged from $189 to $214 with the few extra heavy lambs ranging from $205 to a market high of $224/head. Hoggets ranged from $93 to $123 for the lighter types as the heavier selection ranged from $148 to $173 with light ewes returning from $98 to $110/head. Medium weighted ewes ranged from $115 to $136 as the heavy pens ranged from $146 to $211 and a fall of $8 to $10/head. Wethers ranged from $115 to $202 as rams ranged from $130 to $178/head.