Hectic February for Cappagh YFC

The winning senior team at the county quiz.
The winning senior team at the county quiz.
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To kick start the February off Cappagh YFC rounded up two teams and headed off to Clogher Valley YFC’s tablequiz. Well done to one team for being placed third.

Next was the second round of the Ulster Young Farmer and Home Management competition in Loughry, with Natalie Burrows getting through to the final of the junior section and Craig Burrows, Matthew Wilson, Sasha Hawkes, Colleen Patterson and Laura Hawkes getting through to the final of the senior section in the Ulster Young Farmer competition.

Second round of Ulster Young Farmer and Home Management.

Second round of Ulster Young Farmer and Home Management.

Next up was the county U17 indoor football on Friday, February 6 in Dromore Sports centre, well done to Cappagh’s team who came first.

On Wednesday, February 11th brought the club’s fitness night. Many thanks must go to Dale Booth for organising the night and getting everyone involved in some way.

It was then off to another quiz for Cappagh YFC this time it was Tyrone YFC’s annual county quiz, this year held in Seskinore Young Farmers’ hall, it was a great night with Cappagh entering three teams, the juniors came a close second and one senior team came first.

On Friday, February 20th three club members travelled to Craigavon Civic Centre to support Trillick and District YFC as they took part in the arts festival, with plenty of laughs a good night’s craic was had by all.

Members who took part in Clogher Valley YFC's table quiz.

Members who took part in Clogher Valley YFC's table quiz.

It was then time to get serious and understand the real risks of farming, we invited Joe Keys from the PSNI to give the club a talk on farm safety and Rural crime.

To finish off February, the club headed off to see the Ulster versus Scarlets match, a good night was had by all and the bus home was celebratory as it was victory for the Ulstermen.