Dungiven YFC have a great start to the new winter season

Dungiven YFC have a great start to the new winter season. The club was delighted to welcome many existing and new members to the first club meeting which was a beetle drive. This was an enjoyable evening getting to know everyone.

The next meeting required a head for heights. Dungiven YFC paid a visit to the Foyle Arena indoor climbing wall. All club members had a great night. There has also been a very interesting and informative mental health meeting too.

Dungiven YFC are looking forward to the rest of their fun filled winter programme which includes paint balling, a YFC exchange night, ten pin bowling and much more. As well as the winter programme, there has been a great deal of interest and participation from the team members in the wide variety of YFCU competitions.

There has been a string of success so far this season. Rachel Simpson was placed third in the 25-30 age group of the flower arranging competition at county level.

Katie Love was placed third in the senior girls section at the YFCU swimming gala.

At the county public speaking competition Joanna Mullan was placed first in the 14-16 age group, David Oliver was placed first in the 21-25 age group and Clare Buchanan was also placed first in the 25-30 age group. These members will now represent the club at the public speaking YFCU NI finals which will be held on November 5th.

Congratulations must also go to assistant club leader James Purcell who won the NI YFCU soil assessment competition. Well done to all team members who put a lot of hard work and commitment into these competitions.

Anyone still wanting to join Dungiven YFC contact club leader Clare Buchanan or club secretary Katie Love.

You don’t have to be a farmer to become a Young Farmer. The only requirement for membership is an interest in rural life.

To see what is happening at Dungiven YFC keep an eye on the clubs Facebook or Instagram.