ON Tuesday 5th April, County Londonderry YFC held their annual dairy stock judging and silage assessment heats at Derryduff Farm, with a fantastic number of members in attendance.
Thank you must go to the Semple family for hosting the competition at their fantastic facilities outside Dungiven.
Thank you to master judges Gareth Smyth, Keith McNeil, Richard Charles, William King and William Bolton for taking the time to judge the dairy competition.
Finally, thank you to Thompson’s for their continued sponsorship of the silage assessment competition.
Well done to all who took part, but especially to those who placed in their respective age categories:
12-14 – 1st: Adam Torrens, Garvagh YFC; 2nd: Charlie Millar, Coleraine YFC; 3rd: Harry Wright, Curragh YFC; 4th: Jamie Watson, Coleraine YFC.
14-16 – 1st: Max Watson, Coleraine YFC; 2nd: John Mawhinney, Curragh YFC; 3rd: Samuel Campbell, Curragh YFC; 4th: Molly Atchison, Coleraine YFC.
16-18 – 1st: Jack Wright, Curragh YFC; 2nd: Amy Smyth, Coleraine YFC; 3rd: James Campbell, Curragh YFC; 4th: Hugh Mowell, Coleraine YFC.
18-21 – 1st: Samuel Bruce, Curragh YFC; 2nd: Adam Kyle, Curragh YFC; 3rd: Cara Millar, Coleraine YFC; 4th: Matthew Brown, Moneymore YFC.
21-25 – 1st: Thomas Millar, Coleraine YFC; 2nd: Matthew Gordon, Kilrea YFC; 3rd: Ruth Adams, Coleraine YFC; 4th: Maxine Smyth, Coleraine YFC.
25-30 – 1st: Ryan Adams, Coleraine YFC; 2nd: Lynne Montgomery, City of Derry YFC; 3rd: Gareth Artt, Curragh YFC; 4th: Matthew Gault, Dungiven YFC.
This page is available to subscribers. Click here to sign in or get access.