Monday, 30 July 2012

Launceston Show Competitions




Due to the recent adverse weather conditions, members of Launceston Young Farmers relocated to Maunders Country Store in order to display their ‘Launceston Show’ entries. The club presented a fantastic range of exhibits which included handicraft, cookery, crops, live beef judging and carcass judging. 

There was also a cubicle competition with the theme of Olympic cities. Claire Butter’s team produced a brilliant display of ‘Paris’ to win this competition. Eleanor Northey made a magnificent ‘Ascot Hat’ along with other entries to win the trophy for the new member with the most points. Richard Stanbury and Claire Butter gained the most points for boys and girls respectively. Aaron Gregory created an intricate Olympic sculpture which was crowned ‘Best Handicraft’. 

Well done to everyone who contributed, and many thanks to those who supported the club throughout the day. 

  

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