New county competition launched for Armagh Young Farmers’ Clubs

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This year’s annual County Armagh Young Farmers dinner was held in the Downshire Arms Hotel, Banbridge and was attended by over 80 members from all four clubs.

Special thanks to the guest speaker YFCU president Martyn Blair who gave a very encouraging speech about getting the best out of the YFCU, while throwing in a few laughs before presenting out the prizes to county members.

Members of Newtownhamilton YFC Ashlea Kennedy, Lois McNiece, Rebecca McNiece, Laura McNiece and Natasha Kennedy at the county dinner.

Members of Newtownhamilton YFC Ashlea Kennedy, Lois McNiece, Rebecca McNiece, Laura McNiece and Natasha Kennedy at the county dinner.

County chair James Speers introduced a new county competition, named the Apple Challenge.

This was presented to Mountnorris Young Farmers’ Club who can then challenge any of the other clubs in the county and this will continue between clubs throughout the incoming year.

Well done to all prize winners and good luck to all clubs in the new County Armagh Apple Challenge in the forth-coming year.

Helen Crozier, Collone YFC with Thomas Cartmill and Scott Murphy both from Mountnorris YFC at the recent county dinner.

Helen Crozier, Collone YFC with Thomas Cartmill and Scott Murphy both from Mountnorris YFC at the recent county dinner.

Members of Bleary YFC attending the annual county dinner.

Members of Bleary YFC attending the annual county dinner.

Emily Simms and Amy Crozier, both from Collone YFC pictured with Stuart Williamson from Mountnorris YFC.

Emily Simms and Amy Crozier, both from Collone YFC pictured with Stuart Williamson from Mountnorris YFC.

Guest speaker YFCU president Martyn Blair with county chair James Speers and assistant chair Brooks Allen at Co Armagh YFC dinner.

Guest speaker YFCU president Martyn Blair with county chair James Speers and assistant chair Brooks Allen at Co Armagh YFC dinner.