Cattle selling to a great demand at Lisahally Mart

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A large entry of cattle sold to great demand.

Prices as follows:


John McDevitt £1550/780kg, £1540/780kg, £1470/690kg, Andrew McClements £1520/740kg, £1470/710kg, £1480/670kg, Philip McShane £1500/710kg, £1450/710kg, Donald Fleming £1490/760kg, £1420/740kg, £1390/700kg, £1390/740kg, Daniel Wade £1390/650kg, £1380/650kg, £1360/640kg, £1360/640kg, £1350/630kg, £1320/630kg, £1300/630kg, £1260/650kg, J Donnell £1380/660kg, Andrew McClements £1370/630kg, £1330/660kg, £1300/650kg, Joseph Cunningham £1360/610kg, Jean Sayers £1320/670kg, £1250/610kg, George Canning £1300/650kg, £1290/630kg, £1280/660kg, £1240/590kg, £1220/570kg, £1210/600kg, J Donnell £1290/690kg, £1220/630kg, I Smyth £1270/620kg, £1220/580kg, Hugh McNicholl £1230/660kg, Daniel Wade £1220/610kg, Andrew McClements £1200/600kg, Owen McDevitt £1190/660kg, £1190/620kg, Jean Sayers £1190/580kg, J Donnell £1190/600kg, I Smyth £1170/560kg, Joseph Cunningham £1170/590kg, £170/650kg, £1160/610kg, £1140/540kg, Hugh McNicholl £1160/620kg and Thomas Conway £1140/520kg.


John McDevitt £1400/640kg, A Glenn £1170/550kg, £1140/560kg, £1100/560kg, £1080/560kg, Mervyn McCombe £1140/480kg, Robert Rutledge £1090/490kg, £1090/480kg, £1080/570kg, £1020/550kg, £1000/500kg, £1000/490kg, £970/490kg, £980/450kg, M McCombe £1050/460kg, £1030/470kg, £1010/490kg, £990/470kg, £990/460kg, £970/460kg, £970/490kg, Andrew Stewart £1040/490kg, Stuart Parkhill £1000/500kg, Harold Nutt £970/460kg, £930/440kg, Howard Lynn £960/490kg, Paul Deeney £960/490kg, £950/440kg, James Lowry £950/540kg, Robert Rutledge £930/440kg, £920/490kg, M McCombe £930/460kg, Stuart Parkhill £920/490kg, James kg, y £920/500kg, £910/510kg, £910/520kg, R Rutledge £910/520kg, Andrew Stewart £910/460kg, Hugh McNicholl £900/490kg and Mervyn McCombe £890/430kg, £890/430kg, £890/470kg.


M McCombe £1380, £1370, £1300£1300, £1290, £1220.


L Feeney £1350.50/730kg, Raymond Snodgrass £1232.50/850kg, £1232/880kg, £1062.60/770kg, L Feeney £1056.40/760kg, £1028.60/740kg, £924/660kg, £730.80/580kg, £709.50/550kg, James Proctor £1026/760kg, £843.20/620kg and Raymond Snodgrass £970.90/730kg.

A steady trade throughout. Fat lambs £97/25kg, store lambs £84.50, fat ewes £102 breeding hoggets £170 and breeding rams 580g.


Reid Clarke £97/25kg, Gary Hamilton £97/23kg, John Logue £96/25kg, Kenneth Johnston £96/25kg, Mary Devine £95/25kg, Jeffrey Baird £95/24kg, Robert Rutledge £95/24kg, £95/24kg, A Devine £95/25kg, Morris McDonald £95/24kg, Michael O'Hara £94.50/23kg, Liam Gormley £94.50/23kg, Stuart Parkhill £94.50/25kg, D Moore £94/24kg, £94/24kg, Richard Kennedy £94/23kg, Hugh O'Connor £94/23kg, Peter O'Neill £93.50/24kg, Norman McFarland £93.50/23kg, R Rutledge £93.50/23kg, Philip McNicholl £93.50/23kg, John Dodds £93.50/24kg, Robert Rutledge £93.50/23kg, P McGuinness £93/23kg, Gary Sproule £92.50/23kg, James O'Connor £92/24kg, Alwyn Fleming £92/23kg, Alastair Glenn £92/23kg, Hugh McGuinness £91.50/23kg, John Cuthbert £91.50/23kg, Samuel McBeth £91/22kg, Eilish O'Neill £91/24kg and Stuart Caskie £90.50/23kg.


William Knobbs £84.50, Herbert Dixon £83.50 and Vincent McAteer £80.


Robert Black £102, Kenneth Johnston £102, Mary Devine £99, Morris McDonald £99, Brian Dooher £96, James Hogg £94, Patrick Duffy £91, Aidan McLaughlin £91, Wilbert McLenaghan £85, Brian McCullagh £85, Stuart Parkhill £82, R Olphert £80, Jeffrey Baird £79, John Dodds £75, S and J Mullin £75 and John McArdle £73.


Robert Houston £170, £164, Clive Connell £160, £154, John Murray £154, Robert Houston £152, Clive Connell £148, Robert Houston £140 and Declan Donaghey £130, £128, £126, £120.


John Hegarty 580g, 400g, William Moore 520g, 440g, 380g, 300g, 300g, James Gould 440g, 440g, 390g, William Smyth 500g, 400g, 400g, John Hegarty 400g, L and M Liggett 400g, Philip Urney 360g and Thomas Cousins 300g.

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