Results: - Bonniconlon Agricultural Show

The annual and ever popular Bonniconlon Agricultural Show & Gymkhana was
very successful despite very poor weather conditions in the preceding weeks. The
Committee wish to reinforce their gratitude to everybody who helped in any way to
make this event possible.
Results: 2012
GYMKHANA-PONIES: Starter Stakes: Sophies Chance-A. Grant.
128 - 80cms: Ash Rain-D. Perrin; Water Pebbles-G. Daly; Liberty Flash-N.
Murphy; Beesons Champ-T. Sweeney; Silver Elegance-A. Reape; Durleyhail Silver
Star-R. Byrne; Lenamore Jump for Joy-C. Daly; Derrymore Bonafite Blustar-B.
O’Malley; Michael Og-G. Daly; Drumcashel Dancer-L. Finnegan.
128 -90cms: 1st: Little Miss Big Time-G. Grant; 2nd: Say Nothing-L. Carey;
3rd: Flash Dance-T. Sweeney; 4th: Yes John-S. Wilson; 5th: X Zibit-S. Sweeney;
6th: Water Pebbles-G. Daly.
138 -90cms: Ciernans Fancy-E. Ruttledge; Newhaven Magnum-L. Gallagher;
Deelside Dora-D. Hopkins; Cheststar-G. Grant; Difflin-S. Wilson; Glenkeen
Amazing Grace-N. O’Donnell; Gracie Marie-O. Dillon; Mr. Attitude-E.M. Killoran;
Castledargan Bella-R. Fallon; Dubhaileans Bobcat-J. O’Malley; Hockley Flap JackC. Rouse; Farnaharpy Black Diamond-L. Mahon; Sligo Lux to Queeny-S.Carrabine
138 - 1m: 1st: Lavally Bouncer-C. Sweeney; 2nd: Speddy Clover-C. Sweeney;
3rd: Sligo Lux to Queeny-S. Carrabine; Ciernans Fancy-E. Ruttledge.
148 - 1m: Trendy Blue-R. Walsh; Talyas Diamond Link-T. Flanagan; May West-C.
Sweeney; Dark Velvet Lady-C. McGarry.
148 – 1.10: 1st: Sligo Little James-S. Carrabine; 2nd: Drumcashel Silver Prince-J.
Finnegan; 3rd: Greys Touch-J. Finnegan; 4th: Flying Expectations-A. Perrin;
5th: Loughville Clover-K. Tuffy.
148-TOP SCORE: 1st: Castlehill Baileys Joy-D. McAnaney; 2nd: Greys Touch-J.
Finnegan; 3rd: Loughville Clover-K. Tuffy; 4th: Drumcashel Silver Prince-J.
Finnegan; 5th: May Mist-C. Sweeney; 6th: Flying Expectations-A. Perrin.
Pony Puissance: Grey Touch-J. Finnegan & Flying Expectations-A. Perrin
HORSES - 90cms: Carnones Endeavour-J. Leeper: Tubbertelly Sundancer-L.
Brennan; Lismon Dereve Cream-S. Quinn; Choparo-S. Quinn; Remidy-C. Murphy;
King of Carrickdawson-J. Goudie.
HORSES - 1m: Coppindell Sober-N. Judge; Lacklurn Lady-S. Scott; Go VDL
Areamsas_D. Hawley.
HORSE -1.10: 1st: Killades Cruz-S. Scott; 2nd: Dream Extreme-S. Quinn;
3rd: Flighty Sally-D. McAlaney; 4th: Odina-J. Gilmartin; 5th: April Lux-S. Judge;
6th: Coppindell Sober-N. Judge.
HORSES - 1.20: 1st: Killades Cruz-S. Scott; 2nd: Odina-J. Gilmartin.
Amateurs: Shaggy-F. Harrison; Dream Clover Star-P. Farrell.
LUNGING - Horses: 1st & 4th: Thomas Fleming; 2nd: Martin Kilgannon; 3rd: Jim
LUNGING – Ponies: 1st: Gerard Hennigan; 2nd: Tony Foody; 3rd: Michael Ginty;
4th: Garrett Howley.
The Irish Draught 3 year old R.I.D. Mare, sponsored by The Diamond Coast Hotel:
1st: Eddie Murphy, Lecarrow, Charlestown; 2nd: George & Vivienne Draper,
Ballincar, Co. Sligo; 3rd: Padraig Bohan, Mohill, Co. Leitrim; 4th: Timothy & Mary
Kelly, Kilrush, Co. Clare;
5th: Jim Cooke & Lynn Ftizpatrick, Louisburgh, Co. Mayo; 6th: Nigel & Charlotte
Moore, Crumlin, Co. Antrim.
Best turned out: Séamus Flanagan, Ballindrehid
SHOWING CLASSES: HORSES: Yearling Filly: 1st: Brendan Howley, Carraun,
Corballa, Ballina, Co. Mayo; 2nd: George Draper, Ballincar, Co. Sligo; 3rd: Kathleen
Cunney, Castlebar Road, Foxford, Co. Mayo.
Yearling Colt: 1st: Tiernan Gill, Brookfield House, Church Road, Ballina, Co. Mayo;
2nd: Stephen Foody, Stokane, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo; 3rd: Brendan Malone, Swinford.
One Year Old (Coloured, Piebald, Skewbald or Apalucia): 1st: Sinéad & Lauren
Timlin, Cloonbarry, Aclare, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Michael J McDermott, Foxford.
Two Year Old Filly: 1st: Padraic Gillard, Bonniconlon, Ballina, Co. Mayo;
2nd: Michael J. McDermott.
Two Yr Old Gelding: 1st: Tony Gordon, Kincon, Ballina, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Oliver
Murphy, Bridge Street, Ballina, Co. Mayo.
Three Yr Old Gelding: 1st: Tiernan Gill, Brooklands House, Church Rd., Ballina.
Three Yr Old Filly: 1st: Oliver Murphy; 2nd: Dermot Gordon, Ballintubber, Kincon,
Ballina; 3rd: Brian Finan, Deelcastle, Crossmolina.
Reg. Irish Draught Filly or Gelding: Andrea Brogan, Fairfield, Crossmolina; 2nd:
Tony Walsh, Sligo Road, Ballina; 3rd: Derek Mahoney, 21 Glen Rí, Ballina.
Non-Registered Irish Draught Filly (any age): 1st: Tony Walsh, Sligo Road, Ballina.
Cob – Light Type Suitable for Saddle or Harness: 1st: Rev. Anthony Gillespie,
Templeboy, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Tom Fleming, Farranascullogue, Ballina, Co. Mayo;
3rd: Sinéad Flaherty, Forest View, Ballygowan, Killala.
Cob -Heavy Type: 1st: Des McDonnell, Stonehall, Crossmolina: 2nd: Paul Rooney,
Rathroeen, Killala Road, Ballina; 3rd: Aoife McGowan, Manorkilbride, Co. Wicklow.
Filly Foal: 1st: Cathal Newell, Kilcahill, Claregalway, Co. Galway; 2nd: Séamus
Cawley; 3rd: Des McDonnell.
Colt Foal: 1st: Anthony Gordon, Kincon, Ballina; 2nd: Richard Gildea, Listillion,
Letterkenny, Co. Donegal; 3rd: Padraig Gillard, Bonniconlon.
Mare & Foal (to be judged as a unit): 1st: Anthony Gordon; 2nd: Séamus Cawley;
3rd: James Murphy, Lisheenabrone, Swinford; 4th: Cathal Newell, Kilcahill,
Claregalway: 5th: Richard Gildea, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.
Brood Mare: 1st: Greg Fleming, Farranascullogue, Ballina; 2nd: Gerard Sweeney,
Churchill, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal; 3rd: John Walsh, Kilbride, Ballycastle, Ballina.
Piebald or Skewbald or Apalucia Mare over 148cm: 1st: Anne Granahan, Tullylinn,
Enniscrone, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Kathleen Cunney; 3rd: Tom Fleming.
Brood Mare – To Breed Light Weight Hunter with foal at foot or stinted to a
registered sire: 1st: Martin Murphy, Meelick, Swinford; 2nd: Séamus Cawley;
3rd: Padraic Gillard
Brood Mare – To Breed Heavy Weight Hunter with Foal or Stinted to Sire:
1st: Anthony Gordon; 2nd: Susan Malee, Carrabeg Stud, Swinford, Co. Mayo;
3rd: Daniel O’Toole, Doughmackeon, Louisburgh, Co. Mayo.
Brood Mare to breed a Hunter: 1st: Séamus Cawley; 2nd: Cathal Newell;
3rd: John Keane, Knockadine, Crossmolina.
Irish Draught Mare: 1st: James Murphy; 2nd: Susan Malee; 3rd: Tony Walsh.
Cob shown in Saddle: 1st: Rev. Anthony Gillespie; 2nd: Jonathan Connell,
Binghamstown, Belmullet; 3rd: Katherine O’Brien, Dromore West, Co. Sligo.
Best Farm Horse or Mare: 1st: Gerard Corcoran, Cogaula, Westport, Co. Mayo;
2nd: Séamus Nallen, Belmullet; 3rd: Brendan Flynn, Tourlestrane, Co. Sligo.
Best Hunter shown in Saddle: 1st: Anne Granahan; 2nd: Antje Keller, Knockboha,
Lacken, Ballycastle, Co. Mayo; 3rd: Jonathan Connell.
Champion Young Horse of the Show: Champion: Oliver Murphy; Reserve: Anthony
Champion Brood Mare: Champion: Martin Murphy; Reserve: Anthony Gordon.
The Traditional Irish Sport Horse Foal-All Ireland Championship:
1st: Richard Gildea.
The Gain Colt Foal All-Ireland Championship: 1st: Anthony Gordon; 2nd: Richard
The Irish Draft Colt Foal Chamionship: 1st: John McLoughlin, Falduff, Louisburgh;
2nd: Edward Clarke, Nephin Drive, Enniscrone.
The Yearling Filly All-Ireland Championship: 1st: Brendan Howley, Carraun,
Corballa, Castleconnor, Ballina; 2nd: George Draper, Ballincar, Co. Sligo.
The Western Region Irish Draft Foal Championship: 1st: David O’Toole.
PONIES: Pony Brood Mare 128cms: 1st: Justin Gilmartin, Collooney, Co. Sligo;
2nd: Kevin Hastings, Kinard, Enniscrone; 3rd: Collette Birrane, Creevagh,
Carrowmore-Lacken, Ballina.
Pony 128cms – Gelding, Filly or Mare: 1st: Liam Grimes, Pier Road, Enniscrone;
2nd: Emma Kelly, Breaffy, Ballina; 3rd: Michael Mahoney, Bunree, Ballina.
Lead Rein ponies 128cms (children 8yrs & under): 1st: Karen Reynolds-Grenham,
Aarden Lodge, Cregg, Rosses Point, Co. Sligo; 3rd: Danielle Conaghan, Cloughroe
Stud, Ballybofey, Co. Donegal.
First Ridden U-12: 1st: Andrea Hawe, Appleyard, Turlough, Castlebar;
2nd: Joe Gibbons, Aughagower, Westport; 3rd: Carmen Burke, Tawnyshane,
Castlebar; 4th: Áine Regan, Carraholly, Westport.
Riding Class for Ponies 128cms (children 12 & under); 1st: Liam Grimes.
Pony 138cms – Gelding, Filly or Mare: 1st: Liam Grimes; 2nd: Danielle Conaghan;
3rd: Michelle Judge, Carraroe, Co. Sligo.
Pony Brood Mare 138cms: 1st: Aoibheann Gibbons, Antigua, Castlebar; 2nd: Michael
Ginty, Farm Road, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Jennifer Browne, Castleconnor
Riding Class for Pony 138cms (for children 14yrs & under): 1st: Danielle Conaghan;
2nd: Michelle Judge; 3rd: Oisín Cawley, Culleens, Co. Sligo; 4th: Joe Gibbons.
Pony 148cms – Gelding, Filly or Mare: 1st: Emma Kelly; 2nd: Ian Carroll, Leaffoney,
Kilglass, Enniscrone; 3rd: Angela Judge, Carracrum, Bonniconlon.
Pony Brood Mare 148cms with Foal at Foot or Stinted to Sire: 1st: Angela Judge;
2nd: Ian Carroll; 3rd: Tony D’Arcy, Ballycastle, Ballina.
Riding Class for ponies 148cms for children 16yrs & under): 1st: Shane Grimes,
Cobblestone Stables, Pier Road, Enniscrone; 2nd: Simon Beirne, Fermoy, Co. Cork;
3rd: Holly Jameson, Tubbercurry, Co. Sligo.
Pony-1yr old Filly or Gelding: 1st: Justin Gilmartin; 2nd: Elle Ginty, Farm Road,
Bonniconlon; 3rd: Kevin Hastings, Enniscrone
Pony-2yr old Filly or Gelding: 1st: Alan & Aidan Igoe, Templetigan, Bonniconlon;
2nd: Aoibheann Gibbons.
Pony 148cms & under – Filly, Gelding or Mare Confined to Parish:
1st: Ashling Flanagan, Bonniconlon; 2nd: Alan & Aidan Igoe; 3rd: Aisling Judge,
Carralavin, Bonniconlon.
Pony Foal Filly by Pony Mare & Pony Stallion: 1st: Aoibheann Gibbons:
2nd & 3rd: Kevin Hastings.
Pony Foal Colt by Pony Mare & Pony Stallion: 1st: Alan & Aidan Igoe; 2nd: Michael
Ginty; 3rd: Angela Judge.
I yr old coloured pony, filly or gelding: 1st: Michael J McDermott.
Coloured Pony any age 148cms & under: 1st: Aisling Judge; 2nd: Marian Judge,
Aughamore near Sligo; 3rd: Eamon Armstrong, Corroy, Ballina.
Welsh Pony Pure Bred: 1st: Sue Ajmi, Cuillonaghton, Callow, Foxford.
Pure bred Welsh Young stock up to 3yrs old – all ponies must be registered with
Welsh Pony & Cob Society: 1st: Kevin Hastings; 2nd: Elizabeth Scurr, Kiltimagh.
Welsh Pony Part Bred: 1st: Michael Mahoney; 2nd: Lucy Widdop, Breaffy, Ballina;
3rd: Rebecca Brennan, Cloonbarry, Aclare.
Pony under 11 hands, filly, gelding or mare: 1st: Alan & Aidan Igoe; 2nd: Rebecca
Brennan; 3rd: Edward Clarke.
Pony under 10 hands, filly, gelding or mare: 1st: Michael Rooney, Amana Estate,
Ballina; 2nd: Patsy Rooney, Rathroeen, Killala Road, Ballina; 3rd: Alan & Aidan
Igoe; 4th: John Clarke, Cabra, Rathlee.
Reg. Connemara Pony – 1yr Old Filly or Gelding: 1st: Emma Devlin, Ballymote, Co.
Sligo; 2nd: Tommy & George Bagnall, Ballymote, Co. Sligo; 3rd: Patrick Cafferty,
Reg. Connemara Pony - 2yr Old Filly or Gelding: 1st: Tommie & George Bagnall;
2nd: Laura McWeeney, Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim; 3rd: Louise Mulvaney, Rathasey,
Coolaney, Co. Sligo.
Reg. Connemara Filly: 1st: Aisling Judge; 2nd: Tommie & George Bagnall; 3rd:
Michael Finan, Ballymote, Co. Sligo.
Reg. Connemara Gelding: 1st: Cathal Newell; 2nd: Patrick Cafferty.
Reg. Connemara Mare 6yrs & under: 1st: Gerry Ferguson, Ox View Stud, Foxford;
2nd: Seán Bourke, Rathlacken, Carrowmore-Lacken, Ballina; 3rd: Tommie &
George Bagnall; 4th: Aisling Judge.
Reg. Connemara Mare over 6yrs: 1st: Noel Brett, Logmore, Belmullet; 2nd: Tommie
& George Bagnall; 3rd: Fr. Gerry Gillespie, Rathball, Ballina.
Connemara Filly Foal by Registered Parents: 1st & 3rd: Tommie & George Bagnall;
2nd: Seán Bourke.
Connemara Colt Foal by Registered Parents: 1st: Vera Bourke, Ballymacredmond,
Corroy, Ballina; 2nd: Noel Brett.
Non-Registered Connemara Pony – Filly or Gelding: 1st: Ian Carroll; 2nd: Paul
Rooney; 3rd: Sandra Conlon, Swinford.
Champion Coloured Pony of Show: Champion: Champion: Aisling Judge;
Reserve: Marian Judge.
Champion Connemara Pony of Show: Noel Brett; Reserve: Gerry Ferguson.
Champion Pony Mare of the Show with Foal at foot: Championship: Noel Brett;
Reserve: P. J. Judge.
Champion Pony of the Show: Champion: Liam Grimes: Reserve: Shane Grimes.
Champion Young Pony (confined to 1 & 2yr old ponies): Champion: Tommy Igoe;
Reserve: Justin Gilmartin.
Eddie Lavelle Pony Young Handler Championship: 1st: Cathal Newell; 2nd: Liam
Grimes; 3rd: Emma Kelly; 4th: Alan Igoe; 5th: Danielle Conaghan.
The Pony Broodmare 4 year old and over Championship sponsored by Joe Kennedy:
1st: Simon Beirne, Knock, Fermoy, Co. Cork; 2nd: Laura McWeeney, Ballinamore,
Co. Leitrim; 3rd: Marian Judge, Aughamore, Co. Sligo.
DONKEYS: Donkey – No Permanent Teeth: 1st: Clare Heneghan, Knocknagur,
Tuam, Co. Galway; 2nd: Frank Flannelly, Finod, Easkey, Co. Sligo.
Male Donkey: 1st: Colm Connolly, Culleens, Co. Sligo; 2nd: John Forde c/o John
Hastings, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Frank Flannelly.
Mare Donkey: 1st: Mattie Merrick, Ballycorran, Crossmolina; 2nd: Frank Flannelly;
3rd: Clare Heneghan; 4th: Fr. Gerry Gillespie.
Pie Bald Donkey: 1st: Colm Connolly; 2nd: Frank Flannelly; 3rd: Christy Reddington,
Dunmore, Co. Galway.
Mare & Foal – Judged as One Unit: 1st: Frank Flannelly; 2nd: Colm Connolly:
3rd: Fr. Gerry Gillespie; 4th: Christy Reddington.
Donkey Foal: 1st: Christy Reddington; 2nd: Frank Flannelly; 3rd: Fr. Gerry Gillespie;
4th: Colm Connolly.
CATTLE:-Dairy Section: Pedigree Shorthorn Cow: 1st: Kieran & Adrian Flatley,
Glann, Kilkelly, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Noel Dowd, Loughglass, Cregg, Galway;
3rd: Anthony Dockery, Elphin, Co. Roscommon.
Pedigree Shorthorn Heifer (no more than 2 permanent teeth): 1st: Anthony Dockery;
2nd: Henry Boland, Tullylinn, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo.
Pedigree Shorthorn Heifer-no permanent teeth: 1st: Noel Dowd: 2nd: Anthony
Dockery; 3rd: Kieran & Adrian Flatley.
Pure Bred Registered Shorthorn Bull (born before 2012): 1st: Thomas Staunton,
Loughcurra, Kinvara, Co. Galway.
Pure Bred Registered Shorthorn Heifer calf born in 2012: 1st: Noel Dowd;
2nd & 3rd: Joe Doherty, Lurga, Charlestown, Co. Mayo.
Connacht Pedigree Shorthorn Bull Calf born in 2012: 1st: Kieran & Adrian Flatley.
Non-Pedigree Shorthorn Cow: 1st, 2nd& 3rd: Des Flynn, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo.
Non-Pedigree Shorthorn Heifer – no permanent teeth: 1st: Jarlath Joyce, Mayo
Abbey, Claremorris; 2nd & 3rd: Des Flynn, Enniscrone.
Non Pedigree Shorthorn Heifer – not more than 2 permanent teeth: 1st: Jarlath
Joyce; 2nd & 3rd: Des Flynn.
Champion Shorthorn: Kieran & Adrian Flatley; Reserve: Lisa Dowd.
Friesian Calf born on or after 1st January 2012: 1st & 2nd: Séamus Sweeney,
Carrowcarden, Enniscrone.
Commercial Cattle: Lady Handler-animal best exhibited by a lady:
1st: Saoirse Oliver, Swinford, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Sandra Regan, Crossboyne,
Claremorris; 3rd: Sinéad Cowley, Rathlee, Easkey, Co. Sligo.
Non-continental animal-no permanent teeth: 1st: Bernard Kerins, Carnaree,
Ballymote, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Jarlath Joyce; 3rd: Chris Gainley, Snugboro, Castlebar.
Aberdeen Angus type heifer, suitable for butcher: 1st: Bernard Kerins; 2nd: Jarlath
Dempsey Dismantlers Super Beef animal Championship (open to beef animals, any
age, any weight: 1st: Dermot Mullaney, Balla, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Saoirse Cari Lynch,
Heritage Glen, Kells, Co. Meath; 3rd: Koro Connell, Newcastle, Co. Meath;
4th: Brian Dyer, Bekan, Claremorris, Co. Mayo.
Heifer not with more than two permanent teeth, suitable for breeding: 1st: Saoirse
Cari Lynch; 2nd & 4th: John Brennan, Cloonacool, Co. Sligo; 3rd: John McGowan,
Ballintrillick, Sligo.
Heifer, any breed, no permanent teeth: 1st: Brian Dyer; 2nd: John Brennan;
3rd: Padraig Jinks, Riverstown, Co. Sligo.
Heifer, no teeth, any breed suitable for breeding: 1st: John Brennan; 2nd: Manus &
Cian Connolly, Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim; 3rd: Séamus Ruddy, Kilfian, Ballina.
Bullock, any breed, no permanent teeth: 1st: Clive & Victor Barrett, Raphoe, Co.
Donegal; 2nd: Richard Brennan, Bunninadden, Co. Sligo; 3rd: Jarlath Joyce.
Bullock, any breed not more than 2 permanent teeth: 1st: Richard Brennan;
2nd: Jarlath Joyce; 3rd: Frances Lyons, Easkey, Co. Sligo.
All-Ireland Suckler Heifer Championship: Champion- John Brennan.
CALF CLASSES: All-Ireland Junior Commercial Calf Championship:
1st: Michael & Kevin Noone, Clonmany, Co. Donegal; 2nd: Michael Forde, Mayo
Abbey, Claremorris; 3rd: Martin Harold, Glenscully, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal;
4th: Dermot McGinley, Glenswilly, Co. Donegal; 5th: Gerry Joyce, Cortoon, Newport,
Co. Mayo; 6th: Victor Barber, Grange, Co. Sligo; 7th: Noel McDonnell, Carramore,
Liscarney, Westport; 8th: Eamon McGloin, Kinlough, Co. Leitrim; 9th: Cyril Horan,
Kilkelly, Co. Mayo; 10th: Séamus Reilly, Morahan, Belmullet, Co. Mayo.
All-Ireland Senior Commerial Calf Championship: 1st, 4th & 5th: Martin Harold;
2nd: Saoirse Cari Lynch; 3rd & 9th: Maxwell Bros., Ballingare, Co. Roscommon;
6th: Roy & Clive Stevenson, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal; 7th: Gareth McGuinness,
Lagavoreen Manor, Drogheda, Co. Louth; 8th: Cian McGloin, Kinlough, Co. Leitrim;
10th: Frank Kilgannon, Dromore West, Co. Sligo; 11th: Martin Kilkeen, Mullagh, Co.
Clare; 12th: Michael & Kevin Noone, Clonmany, Co. Donegal.
Beef-type Female Championship Confined to Mayo/Sligo Exhibitors (open to female
calves, any breed born in 2012:
1st: Victor Barber; 2nd: Gerry Joyce; 3rd: Jarlath Joyce; 4th: John Brennan.
Bull Calf born in 2012-non-pedigree: 1st: Martin Harold; 2nd: Roy & Clive
Stevenson;3rd: Ivan Mahon, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal.
Heifer calf born in 2012-non-pedigree: 1st: Michael & Kevin Noone; 2nd: Martin
Harold; 3rd: Gareth McGuinness, Drogheda, Co. Louth.
Charolais cross calf born in 2012: 1st: Martin Harold; 2nd: Roy & Clive Stevenson;
3rd: Noel McDonnell, Liscarney, Westport.
Beef type calf born after 31st March 2012: 1st: Gerry Joyce; 2nd: Noel McDonnell;
3rd: Jarlath Joyce.
Belgian Blue cross calf born in 2012: 1st: Gareth McGuinness; 2nd: Cian McGloin;
3rd: Jarlath Joyce.
Limousin cross calf born in 2012: 1st: Ivan Mahon; 2nd: Dermot Mullaney;
3rd: Séamus Ruddy.
Young stock person – confined to children 8-12yrs-calves must be born in 2012 and
competition is judged on handling ability only: 1st: Michael & Kevin Noone; 2nd:
Nicole Harold, Glenscully, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal; 3rd: Joe & Jennifer Moran,
Cappaduff, Tourmakeady, Co. Mayo; 4th: Shane Kearns, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway;
5th: James Boyce, Healy Terrace, Ballina, Co. Mayo; 6th & 7th: John Brennan;
8th: Shane Tully, Dromore West, Co. Sligo.
Junior stock person– confined to children 13-16yrs-calves must be born in 2012 and
competition is judged on handling ability only: 1st: Amanda Harold, Letterkenny, Co.
Donegal; 2nd: Niamh Cowley, Rathlee, Easkey, Co. Sligo; 3rd & 4th: John Brennan;
5th: Mark Towey, Rooskey, Newcastle.
The All-Ireland non-pedigree Simmental Heifer Championship: 1st & 6th: Gerry
Lenehan, Rathlee, Easkey, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Nicole McFadden, Rhode, Co. Offaly;
3rd: Declan Oates, Castlegar, Co. Sligo; 4th: Tommy Meehan, Rooskey, Doocastle,
Ballymote, Co. Sligo; 5th: Manus & Cian Connolly; 7th: Michaal Glennon,
Ballydangan, Athlone, Co. Roscommon.
Western People Connacht P.B.R Simmental Heifer born on or between 01.09.09 and
31.12.11 (winner not allowed in other classes)
1st: Neenan Bros., Ceolnafarna, Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Paddy & Elaine
Hennelly, Rosses Point, Co. Sligo; 3rd: S & J Anderson, Drumfin via Boyle, Co. Sligo.
Pedigree Simmental cow in calf or in milk: 1st: M & A Corcoran, Cloonshanbo,
Claremorris, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Paddy & Elaine Hennelly.
Senior Simmental heifer-born on or between 01.09.09 & 31.08.10:1st: S & J Anderson
Junior Simmental heifer-born on or between 01.09.10 & 31.08.11:
1st & 3rd: Paddy & Elaine Hennelly; 2nd: Michael Oliver, Swinford.
Yearling heifer calf born or between 01.09.11 & 31.12.11: 1st: Gerry Lenehan;
2nd: M & A Corcoran.
Qualifier for the Western Simmental Club Calf Finals at Ballinrobe Show on 6th
September- (a) P.B.R. Bull Calf Class born on or after 01.01.12- 2 calves to qualify:
1st: Paddy & Elaine Hennelly: 2nd: M & A Corcoran:
Champion Pedigree Simmental of Show: Champion: Neenan Bros;
Reserve: Paddy Hennelly.
Pedigree Limousin Female born before 01.09.10: 1st: Michael Oliver
Pedigree Limousin heifer born on or after 01.01.10 and before 31.08.11:
1st: Gerard Walsh, Derrygullinane. Knockmore, Ballina; 2nd: Michael Oliver;
3rd: Donie McKeon, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo.
Pedigree Limousin calf (female) born on or after 01.09.11 & before 31.12.11:
1st: Paul Marsh, Dromod, Bodyke, Co. Clare; 2nd: Donie McKeon.
Pedigree Limousin calf (male) born on or after 01.09.11 & before 31.12.11:
1st& 3rd: Gerry Walsh; 2nd: Shane Tully.
Pedigree Limousin calf (female) born 01.01.12: 1st: Donie McKeon; 2nd: Frank
Philbin, Pontoon Road, Castlebar; 3rd: Michael Philips, Gurteen, Co. Sligo.
Pedigree Limousin calf (male) born on or before 01.01.12: 1st: Donie McKeown;
2nd: John & Patricia Moore, Buckfield, Kilmeena, Westport, Co. Mayo.
Pedigree Limousin Male born after 01.09.10: 1st: Paul Marsh; 2nd: Gerard Walsh;
3rd: Donie McKeon.
Champion Pedigree Limousin of the Show: Gerry Walsh; Reserve: Paul Marsh.
Pedigree Angus cow: 1st: Michael Horan, Clooncran, Knockmore
Pedigree Angus heifer born before 31.08.11: 1st: Gráinne Horan-Solaker,
Knockmore; 2nd: Gerry Corrigan, c/o Liam O’Grady, Kilkelly, Co. Mayo; 3rd: Pat
Murphy, Charlestown.Pat Murphy, Puntabeg, Charlestown, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Anthony
Dockery, Elphin, Co. Roscommon; 3rd: Shane McGreal, The Neale, Co. Mayo.
Bull calf born between 01.09.11 & 31.12.11: 1st John & Cathy Farrell, Mount Dillon,
Curraghroe, Co. Roscommon.
Bull calf born after 01.01.12: 1st: John & Cathy Farrell.
Heifer calf born after 01.01.12: 1st: Shane McGreal, The Neale, Ballinrobe;
2nd: John & Cathy Farrell.
Irish Angus Youth Development Class-must be a member of Irish Angus Youth
Development & all exhibitors must be under 25yrs of age: 1st & 2nd: John & Cathy
Farrell, Curraghroe, Co. Roscommon.
Champion Junior Angus (confined to 1st & 2nd prize winners of class);
Champion: Shane McGreal; Reserve: John & Cathy Farrell.
Champion Pedigree Angus of the Show: Champion: Pat Murphy;
Reserve: Anthony Dockery.
Pedigree Charolais cow or senior heifer: 1st: Francis Ryan, Rosscahill, Co. Galway.
Pedigree Charolais heifer born after 01.01.11: 1st: Shane Tully; 2nd: Jarlath McHugh,
Cahir, Kiltimagh; 3rd: Seán Tighe, Lisbrun, Ballycastle, Co. Mayo.
Pedigree Charolais calf male/female born after 01.09.11: Male-1st: Jarlath McHugh,
2nd: Shane Tully: Female: 1st: Aiden McHale, Knockanillaun, Ballina, Co. Mayo.
Pedigree Charolais bull calf born 2012: 1st & 2nd: Alan Wood, Cloonamine House,
Crossmolina, Co. Mayo.
Pedigree Charolais heifer born 2012: 1st: Chris Gainley;
2nd: Kevin Howley, Carraun, Castleconnor, Ballina, Co. Mayo.
Champion commercial animal of the show: Champion: Shane Tully;
Reserve: Alan Woods.
SHEEP CLASSES: Best purebred ewe (must be knotched): 1st: David O’Gorman,
Kilbannon, Tuam; 2nd: Ronan Gallagher, Enniscrone; 3rd: Aiden Loftus,
Carrowkilleen, Crossmolina; 4th: Gerry O’Dowd, Ballymote, Co. Sligo; 5th: Kenny
Scanlon, Ballymote, Co. Sligo.
Best mountain horn ewe: 1st: Pat Horan, Sweetwell, Swinford; 2nd: Pat Vesey, The
Valley, Achill, Co. Mayo; 3rd: Barber Bros., Grange, Co. Sligo; 4th: Niall Greavy,
Templetigan, Bonniconlon; 5th: John Nolan, Buckagh, Newport, Co. Mayo.
Crossbred mountain ewe (first cross only); 1st: Barber Bros; 2nd: Mark & Vincent
Greavy, Templetigan, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Ann & Lisa Gallagher; 4th: John Greavy,
Templetigan, Bonniconlon; 5th: Eoghan Greavy, Templetigan, Bonniconlon.
Cross-bred Lowland short wool ewe (first cross only); 1st & 2nd: Aidan Fahy,
Ardrahan, Co. Galway; 3rd: Anthony Leonard, Castlehill, Ballina; 4th: Oliver
Leonard, Crossmolina; 5th: Kenny Scanlon.
Cheviot or Cheviot cross ewe lamb (confined to Ox Mountains): 1st: Thomas
Corcoran, Beltra, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Niall & Eoghan Greavy; 3rd & 4th: Padraic Henry,
Ballymote, Co. Sligo;
Ewe lamb mountain confined to Ox mountains: 1st: Michael Seery, Cloonacool, Co.
Sligo; 2nd: Niall Greavy; 3rd: Eoin O’Donnell, Monalee, Aclare, Co. Sligo; 4th: Séamus
Kilgallon, Dromore West, Co. Sligo.
Ram lamb mountain: 1st & 3rd: Barber Bros; 2nd: Pat Vesey; 4th: Eoghan Greavy.
Cross bred mountain lamb, open to mountain breeds: 1st: Mark & Vincent Greavy;
2nd: Eoin O’Donnell; 3rd: Enda Mullarkey, Glenree, Bonniconlon; 4th: Barber Bros.
Ram lamb mountain (confined to Ox Mountains): 1st: Eoghan Greavy; 2nd: Niall
Greavy; 3rd: Séamus Kilgallon; 4th: Aaron Conlon, Templetigan, Bonniconlon.
Ewe lamb mountain: 1st: Pat Horan, Sweetwell, Swinford; 2nd: John Nolan;
3rd: Pat Vesey; 4th: Niall Greavy.
Pair of ewe lambs mountain (confined to Ox Mountains): 1st: Eoin O’Donnell;
2nd: Michael Seery, Cloonacool, Co. Sligo; 3rd: Séamus Kilgallon; 4th: John F. Henry,
Levagh, Ballymote, Co. Sligo.
Hogget Mountain Ewe: 1st: Barber Bros; 2nd: John Nolan; 3rd: Pat Horan; 4th: Pat
Hogget mountain ram – confined to Ox Mountains: 1st: Enda Mullarkey; 2nd: Joe
Mullarkey, Drumsheen, Bonniconlon; 3rd: John Greavy; 4th: Michael Seery.
Ewe lamb mountain: 1st & 3rd: James Ryder, Kilbride, Newport, Co. Mayo; 2nd: John
Nolan; 4th: Stephen Grealis, Lettra, Ballycroy, Co. Mayo.
Hogget mountain ewe (confined to Ox Mountains): 1st: Michael Seery; 2nd: John
Greavy; 3rd: Padraig Henry; 4th: Enda Mullarkey.
Pair of Mayo type mountain ewe lambs: 1st: James Ryder; 2nd: Eoin O’Donnell;
3rd: John Nolan; 4th: Michael Seery.
Cheviot or Cheviot cross ewe (confined to Ox Mountains): 1st: Mark & Vincent
Greavy; 2nd: John Greavy; 3rd & 4th: Eoghan Greavy.
Ewe lamb mountain (confined to Ox Mountains): 1st: Niall Greavy;
2nd & 4th: Padraig Henry; 3rd: Michael Seery.
Hilltex Ewe lamb: 1st & 2nd: Seán French, Claremorris; 3rd: Niall Greavy;
4th: Eoin O’Donnell.
Cheviot Ram: 1st: Anthony Leonard, Crossmolina; 2nd: Padraig Henry, Carrowmore,
Ballymote; 3rd: Barber Bros; 4th: Mark & Vincent Greavy.
Hilltex Hogget Ewe: 1st, 2nd & 3rd: Seán French; 4th: Noel Garrett, Crossmolina.
A.I.B. All-Ireland Mayo Mountain hogget ram championship: 1st: Liam Brennan,
Polranny, Achill Sound, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Pat Vesey; 3rd: Barber Bros; 4th: Stephen
Grealis; 5th: James Ryder.
Crossbred ewe lamb (confined to Ox Mountains): 1st & 2nd: Mark & Vincent Greavy;
3rd: Eoghan Greavy; 4th: Padraig Henry.
Mountain ram excluding hogget: 1st: Pat Vesey; 2nd: Seán Ml. Gallagher, Glassilaun,
Currane, Achill; 3rd: Barber Bros; 4th: James Ryder.
Ram Mountain excluding hogget (confined to Ox Mountains); 1st: Niall Greavy;
2nd: Eoghan Greavy; 3rd: Padraig Henry; 4th: Eoin O’Donnell.
Scotch ewe: 1st: Pat Horan; 2nd & 3rd: Barber Bros.,
Scotch ram:1st: Seán Michael Gallagher; 2nd & 4th: Barber Bros; 3rd: Stephen Grealis
Scotch lamb: 1st & 3rd: Séamus Kilgannon; 2nd: Stephen Grealis; 4th: Barber Bros.
Ram with longest horns: 1st: Pat Vesey; 2nd: John Greavy; 3rd: Seán Michael
Gallagher; 4th: Barber Bros.
Champion Mayo type Mountain sheep: Champion: James Ryder;
Reserve: Padraic Ryder.
Champion Scotch sheep: Champion: Séamus Kilgallon; Reserve: Pat Horan.
Champion Cheviot: Champion: Anthony Leonard; Reserve: Mark & Vincent Greavy
Champion Mayo type mountain sheep (confined to Ox Mountains)
Champion: Niall Greavy; Reserve: Eoin O’Donnell.
Purebred Lleyn Ewe Lamb: 1st: Ivan Belton, Brittas Bay, Co. Wicklow; 2nd: Malachy
Harney, Eadestown, Co. Kildare; 3rd: Alan McDonald, Ormston House, Killeigh, Co.
Offaly; 4th: Avalon Carli, Boston Hill, Rathangan, Co. Kildare.
Purebred Lleyn Ewe Shearling: 1st & 2nd: Olivia Bracewell, Attymass, Ballina, Co.
Mayo; 3rd: Malachy Harney; 4th: Alan McDonald.
Purebred Lleyn Ewe aged 2yrs & over: 1st & 2nd: Alan McDonald; 3rd: Ivan Belton;
4th: Mary Gordon, Carrowcollar House, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo.
All-Ireland Champion-Purebred Lleyn Ram Lamb: 1st & 3rd: Mary Gordon;
2nd: Ivan Belton; 4th: Alan McDonald.
All-Ireland Champion – Purebred Lleyn Ram Shearling; 1st & 4th: John Leonard,
Kiltoom, Athlone, Co. Roscommon; 2nd: Malachy Harney; 3rd: Alan McDonald.
All-Ireland Champion – purebred Lleyn Ram aged 2yrs & over: 1st: Alan McDonald;
2nd: Mary Gordon; 3rd: Elizabeth Ovington, Athy, Co. Kildare; 4th: Michael
Fitzpatrick, Doolin, Co. Clare.
Group of 3 (2 females & 1 male); 1st: Alan McDonald; 2nd: Malachy Harney;
3rd: Michael Fitzpatrick; 4th: Ian Bracewell, Attymass, Ballina.
Group if 5 Purebred Lleyn Hogget Ewes: 1st: Alan McDonald; 2nd: Brendan
Donnellan, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon; 3rd: Michael Fitzpatrick;
4th: Mary Gordon.
Ewe Lamb Championship – confined to crossbred lambs: 1st & 2nd: Aiden Fahy;
3rd: Barber Bros; 4th: Michael & Mary Bryce: 5th: Mattie Cawley, Enniscrone.
Best presented sheep handler under 14yrs: 1st: Seán Walsh, Ballinaya, Ballinrobe;
2nd: Patrick Conlon, Carrareagh, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Mark & Vincent Greavy;
4th: Michael Finnegan, Tuam, Co. Galway.
Charollais Ram Lamb: 1st: Declan Miley, Ballyglass, Knockcroghery; 2nd: Liam
Conway, Ballinasloe; 3rd: Séamus Ferguson, Dromore West; 4th: T.J. Duffy, Westport
Pedigree Texel Ram lamb: 1st: Michael Lally, Belmullet; 2nd: Ronan Gallagher,
Carrowcarden, Enniscrone; 3rd: David & Shane Keane, Cloineshill, Newport;
4th: Martin Durcan, Bonniconlon.
Ewe lamb Suffolk, non pedigree: 1st: Ann & Lisa Gallagher; 2nd & 4th: Patrick
Conlon; 3rd: Barber Bros.
Ram lamb, short wool, non pedigree: 1st & 2nd: Patrick Conlon; 3rd: Peter Mangan,
Cloghans, Tuam; 4th: Colin Conlon, Carrareagh, Bonniconlon.
Bleu du Maine or Bleu du Maine cross ewe: 1st: Pat Gallagher, Carralavin,
Bonniconlon; 2nd & 3rd: Brendan & John O’Hara, Grove Road, Bonniconlon;
4th: Francis Lyons, Kilconnell, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway.
Vendeen ram lamb: 1st & 3rd: Tom Duffy, Belmullet; 2nd: Pat Fitzgerald, Westport.
Jacob ewe lamb: 1st: Mark & Vincent Greavy; 2nd: John Deehan, Belville, Dromore
West, Co. Sligo; 3rd & 4th: Kevin Harney, Ahascragh, Ballinasloe.
Pedigree Texel ewe lamb: 1st & 2nd: Ronan Gallagher; 3rd: Michael Finnegan;
4th: Kenny Scanlon.
Pedigree Suffolk ram lamb: 1st & 4th: Patrick Conlon; 2nd: Aiden Loftus;
3rd: Peter Mangan.
Charollais ewe lamb: 1st & 3rd: Liam Conway; 2nd: Aiden Loftus; 4th: Sonny
Jennings, Tuam, Co. Galway.
Cross bred ewe lamb (any cross): 1st: Barber Bros; 2nd: Michael & Mary Bryce;
3rd & 4th: Mattie Cawley.
Vendeen ewe lamb: 1st & 2nd: Tom Duffy; 3rd: Pat Fitzgerald.
Pedigree Texel ram: 1st: Ronan Gallagher; 2nd: Stuart Dorran, Dromard, Co. Sligo;
3rd & 4th: Michael Finnegan.
Butchers lamb: 1st & 3rd: Mattie Cawley; 2nd: Aiden Loftus; 4th: Ml & Mary Bryce
Best Jacob ram: 1st: John Deehan; 2nd & 3rd: Kevin Harney.
Bleu du Maine or Bleu du Maine cross lamb: 1st: Francis Lyons; 2nd: Pat Gallagher;
3rd & 4th: Brendan & John O’Hara.
Ram, short wool, any age: 1st: Aiden Loftus; 2nd: Mark & Vincent Greavy;
3rd: Patrick Conlon.
Pedigree Texel hogget ewe: 1st & 2nd: Ronan Gallagher; 3rd: Michael Finnegan;
4th: Kenny Scanlon.
Charollais hogget ram or older: 1st: Liam Conway; 2nd: David O’Gorman;
3rd: John Farrell, Strokestown; 4th: Sonny Jennings.
Factory lamb: 1st: Francis Lyons; 2nd: Anthony Leonard; 3rd: Mattie Cawley;
4th: Michael & Mary Bryce.
Pedigree Suffolk ewe lamb: 1st: Oliver Leonard; 2nd & 4th: Patrick Conlon;
3rd: Peter Mangan.
Crossbred Texel lamb: 1st: Michael & Mary Bryce; 2nd: Mattie Cawley;
3rd: Anthony Leonard; 4th: Barber Bros.
Hogget ewe, short wool, non pedigree: 1st: Aiden Fahy; 2nd: Michael Finnegan;
3rd: Patrick Conlon; 4th: Kenny Scanlon.
Vendeen ram, over 1 year old: 1st: Declan Miley; 2nd: Tom Duffy; 3rd & 4th: Pat
Jacob ram lamb: 1st: Thomas Corcoran; 2nd & 4th: Kevin Harney;
3rd: Mark & Vincent Greavy
Jacob ewe, any age: 1st & 2nd: Kevin Harney; 3rd: Thomas Corcoran;
4th: John Deehan.
Pedigree Texel hogget ram: 1st & 3rd: Michael Finnegan; 2nd: Michael Lally;
4th: Liam Whyte, Kiltormer, Ballinasloe.
Suffolk ewe, non-pedigree: 1st: Patrick Conlon; 2nd: Kenny Scanlon: 3rd: Mattie
Cawley; 4th: Ann & Lisa Gallagher.
Charollais hogget ewe: 1st: Aiden Loftus; 2nd & 3rd: Charlie Farrell, Dromard.
Pedigree Texel ewe: 1st: Ronan Gallagher; 2nd: Kenny Scanlon; 3rd: Michael
Finnegan; 4th: Gerry O’Dowd.
Pedigree Suffolk ewe: 1st & 2nd: Aiden Loftus; 3rd: Anthony Leonard;
4th: Liam Whyte.
Charollais senior ewe: 1st: David O’Gorman; 2nd & 3rd: Charlie Farrell.
Vendeen ewe (0ver 1 year): 1st, 2nd: & 3rd: Tom Duffy; 4th: Pat Fitzgerald.
Cross bred ewe: 1st & 2nd: Anthony Leonard; 3rd: Michael & Mary Bryce;
4th: Michael Finnegan.
Pair of Texel ewe lambs: 1st: Ronan Gallagher; 2nd: Gerry O’Dowd; 3rd: Stuart
Dorran; 4th: Michael Finnegan.
Pedigree Suffolk ram: 1st: Aiden Loftus; 2nd: Barber Bros; 3rd: Patrick Conlon;
4th: Thomas James, Beltra, Co. Sligo.
Zwartbles ram shearling and upwards: 1st: Francis Lyons; 2nd: Denis Lyons,
Moylough, Co. Galway; 3rd: Marina Staunton, Parke, Castlebar.
Belclare shearling ram and upwards: 1st: Sonny Jennings: 2nd: Barry Cunningham,
c/o Martin Greavy, Kilgarvin, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Liam Whyte; 4th: Eoghan Greavy.
Zwartbles shearling ewe and upwards: 1st: Kevin Harney; 2nd & 3rd: David Darker,
Blessington, Co. Wicklow; 4th: Francis Lyons.
Belclare shearling ewe and upwards: 1st & 2nd: Barry Cunningham; 3rd: Niall
Pedigree Zwartbles ram lamb: 1st: Denis Lyons; 2nd & 3rd: Martina Staunton;
4th: Kevin Harney.
Belclare ram lamb: 1st: Declan Miley, Ballyglass.
Pedigree Zwartbles ewe lamb:1st: Denis Lyons; 2nd: Francis Lyons; 3rd: David Darker
Belclare ewe lamb: 1st & 2nd: Declan Miley; 3rd: Sonny Jennings: 4th: Barry
Bleu du Maine ram shearling and upwards: 1st & 2nd: Brendan & John O’Hara.
Champion Suffolk: Champion: Aiden Loftus; Reserve: Patrick Conlon.
Champion Texel: Champion: Ronan Gallagher; Reserve: Michael Lally.
Champion Charollais: Champion: David O’Gorman; Reserve: Liam Conway.
Champion Vendeen: Champion: Declan Miley; Reserve: Tom Duffy.
Champion Zwartbles: Champion: Francis Lyons: Reserve: Denis Lyons.
Champion Bleu du Maine; Champion: Brendan & John O’Hara;
Reserve Ann & Lisa Gallagher.
Champion Belclare: Champion: Sonny Jennings; Reserve: Denis Miley
Champion cross bred: Champion & Reserve: Aiden Fahy
Champion Jacob: Champion: John Deehan; Reserve: Kevin Harney.
GOATS: Best female between 1 & 2yrs-any breed: 1st: Annie Richardson, Killasser,
Swinford, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Kevin Harney, Ahascragh, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway;
3rd: Emma & Patrick Greavy, Kilgarvin, Bonniconlon, Ballina, Co. Mayo.
Best milker – any breed: 1st: Paul Harper, Carrowhubbock, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo;
2nd: Annie Richardson.
Best Goatling-any breed: 1st: Kevin Harney; 2nd: Emma & Patrick Greavy.
Best Pedigree Kid 2 months & over -any breed, male or female:
1st & 2nd: Annie Richardson, Killasser, Swinford.
Best non-pedigree kid, 2 months & over, any breed, male or female: 1st & 3rd: Annie
Richardson; 2nd: Jack Whitehead, Doocastle, Ballymote, Co. Sligo.
Best male, any age over 1yr: 1st: Kevin Harney.
Best Farm goat, any breed: 1st & 3rd: Emma & Patrick Greavy; 2nd: Kevin Harney.
Goat led by child 12yrs or under: 1st: Jack Whitehead, Doocastle, Ballymote:
2nd & 3rd: Emma & Patrick Greavy, Kilgarvin, Bonniconlon.
Champion Goat of the show: Champion & Reserve: Annie Richardson.
DOGS: The Dog Safe Fence Connaught Championship: (Sponsored by Tony Keane,
Ballina Kennels, Ballina, Co Mayo) 1st: Rose Loftus, Carraroe, Co Galway;
2nd: Shane McCoy, Milltown, Co Galway; 3rd: Séamus Fallon, Kilconly, Tuam.
Puppy – Female: 1st: John McLoughlin, Crofton Park, Ballina; 2nd: Colin Butler, Co
Offaly; 3rd: Serena Glynn; 4th: Siobhán Durcan, Corrimbla, Ballina.
Puppy – Male: 1st: Jason Carney, Kilmarse; 2nd: Amy McDermott, Knockmore;
3rd: Ailish Taheny, Carracastle, Co Sligo; 4th: Patricia Dolan, Crossmolina.
Jack Russell Terrier: 1st: Edel McManus, Co Westmeath; 2nd: Jessica Judge,
Carracrum, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Maureen Kelly, Bonniconlon; 4th: Bill McCafferty,
Terrier: 1st: Erin Heneghan, Kilmaine, Co Mayo; 2nd: Sandra Reape, Ballina;
3rd: Padraig Heneghan, Kilmaine; 4th: Caroline Brennan, Carrareagh Knox.
Pointer/Setter: 1st: Séamus Fallon, Tuam; 2nd: Alan Taylor, Bunninadden;
3rd: Michael Breen, Enniscrone; 4th: Tony Butler, Co Offally.
Retriever: 1st: Madeline Cummins, Ballina; 2nd: Eanna Casey, Ballina; 3rd: Barry
O’Shea, Ballina.
Spaniel: 1st: John McLoughlin, Crofton Park, Ballina; 2nd: A. Sheridan, Bundoran;
3rd: Maureen Bourke, Ballinlough; 4th: Martha McDermott, Templeboy.
Hound: 1st: Donna Andrews, Castlerea; 2nd: James Ryan, Ballycushion; 3rd: Tara
Heneghan, Kilmaine; 4th: Collette Dixon, Ballindine.
Working Dog: 1st: Nigel East, Boyle; 2nd: Frances McNally, Carrick-on-Shannon;
3rd: Angela East, Boyle; 4th: Lisa Gillespie, Culleens, Co Sligo.
Guard Dog: 1st: Francis Garvey, Roundfort; 2nd: Frances McNally; 3rd: Jacinta
Gormley, Templeboy.
Pastoral: 1st: Maureen Bourke, Ballinlough; 2nd: Ivan Andrews, Castlerea; 3rd: Niall
Wilson, Gurteen, Co Sligo; 4th: Maria Malee, Co Sligo.
Utility: 1st: Rose Loftus, Galway; 2nd: Martha McDermott; 3rd: Padraic Judge,
Bonniconlon; 4th: Justine Sokolows, Castlebar.
Toy: 1st: Shane McCoy, Tuam; 2nd: Pamela Healy, Glenamoy; 3rd: Bernie Murray,
Corrimbla; 4th: Lisa Gillespie.
Mixed Breed: 1st: Amy McDermott, Knockmore; 2nd: Erin Heneghan; 3rd: Aisling
Davey, Carraroe; 4th: Kyle Armstrong, Ballyholan, Ballina.
Best Groomed: 1st: Colm Dunleavy, Cong; 2nd: Pat Gillespie, Culleens; 3rd: Pamela
Healy; 4th: Lisa Gillespie.
Girl Handling U13: 1st: Erin Heneghan; 2nd: Jennifer & Ruth Byrne, Ballina;
3rd: Elaine Garrett, Ballina; 4th Rose Loftus, Galway.
Boy Handling U13: 1st: John McLoughlin; 2nd: A. Sheridan; 3rd: Keith McDermott;
4th: James Ryan, Ballycushion.
Ladies Handling: 1st: Donna Andrews; 2nd: Martha McDermott; 3rd: Bridie Folan,
Louisburgh; 4th: Lisa Gillespie, Culleens, Co Sligo.
Gents Handling: 1st: Shane McCoy, Tuam; 2nd: Ivan Andrews; Castlerea; 3rd: Colin
Butler, Co Offally.
Dog in Fancy Dress: 1st: Aisling O’Donnell, Belmullet; 2nd: Simeon Bourke,
Castlebar; 3rd: Ann Marie Flanagan, Turlough, 4th: Shane Gallagher, Blackrock, Co
Dog confined to Parish: 1st: Padraic Judge, Knockroe, Bonniconlon; 2nd & 3rd:
Jessica Judge, Carracrum, Bonniconlon.
Most Obedient Dog: 1st: Katie Gallagher, Blackrock, Co Dublin; 2nd: Simeon
Bourke, Castlebar; 3rd: Paula Healy, Bangor Erris; 4th: Shane McCoy, Tuam, Co
Veteran Dog: 1st: Archie Parkes, West Yorkshire; 2nd: Madeline Cummins, Killala;
3rd: Michael Joyce, Galway; 4th: Martha McDermott, Templeboy.
Dog Judge would like to take home: 1st: Martha McDermott.
Dog Handling Final: 1st: Shane McCoy.
Champion Dog of Show: Rose Loftus, Carraroe, Co Galway; Reserve Champion:
Shane McCoy
Pets : Furry Cat: 1st: Valerie Somers, Castlebaldwin, Co Sligo; 2nd: Teresa Clarke,
Castlehill, Ballina; 3rd: Paul Whyte, Ballinasloe,Co. Galway;
4th:David Boland, Quay Road, Ballina.
Any Cat: 1st & 2nd: Karen Healy, Glenamoy.
Cat & Kittens: 1st & 2nd: Karen Healy.
Pet in fancy dress: 1st: Valerie Somers; 2nd: Karen Healy; 3rd: Paul Whyte;
4th: Teresa Clarke.
Any Rabbit: 1st: Liam Whyte, Ballinasloe; 2nd: Ann Clarke, Castlehill, Ballina;
3rd: David Boland; 4th: Valerie Somers.
All-Ireland Domestic Arts Championship:
Winner: Judy Cuddy, Knockalla, Baneshane, Midleton, Co. Cork.
2nd: Mary Gallagher, Grove Road, Bonniconlon, Co. Mayo.
Joint 3rd: Kieran Henderson, Newtownward, Grange, Co. Sligo; Frances McNally,
c/o Olive & Bill Healy, Lecarrow, Strandhill Road, Sligo; Mario McNally, Kilclare
P.O., Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim.
1st: Aoibhe Barrins, Fiddane, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Ann & Lisa Gallagher;
3rd & 4th: Frank Flannelly, Finod, Easkey, Co. Sligo.
Sheaf of oats: 1st: Charlie Bourke, Rathball, Knockanillaun, Ballina; 2nd & 3rd: John
Lacken, Ballinahaglish, Ballina; 4th: Frank Flannelly.
Bale of hay: 1st: Michael & Mary Bryce, Ballycastle, Co. Mayo; 2nd: Frank
Flannelly; 3rd: Peter Carney, Quignashee, Ballina.
Five Kerr Pinks in dish: 1st: Hughie Egan, Carrowhubbock, Enniscrone; 2nd:
Michael McGoldrick, Dromahair, Co. Leitrim; 3rd: Frank Flannelly; 4th: Edith
Beckett, Carra, Bonniconlon.
Five potatoes (any variety); 1st: Michael Walton, Kilmacowen, Ballisodare, Co.
Sligo; 2nd & 4th: Marian Granahan, Castlehill, Ballina; 3rd: Christine Greavy,
Knockroe, Bonniconlon;
Five early potatoes (any variety): 1st & 3rd: Michael Walton, Kilmacowen,
Ballisodare, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Michael McGoldrick; 4th: Hughie Egan.
Five Records: 1st: Michael Walton; 2nd: Dáire Barrins, Fiddane, Enniscrone;
3rd: Ellen Tuohy, Bonniconlon.
5 Roosters: 1st & 2nd: Michael Walton; 3rd: Kathleen Leonard, Emlymoran,
Corballa, Co. Sligo; 4th: John Fox, Bofield, Ballina.
Quarter stone Records (seed size); 1st & 2nd: Michael Walton; 3rd: Marian
Granahan; 4th: Dáire Barrins
Quarter stone Kerr Pinks (seed size): 1st: Michael Walton; 2nd: Aoibhe Barrins:
3rd & 4th: Michael McGoldrick.
Quarter stone, any early variety, seed size: 1st & 2nd: Michael Walton;
3rd & 4th: Michael McGoldrick.
Largest Potato: 1st: Kieran Henderson, Newtownward, Grange, Co. Sligo;
2nd: Hughie Egan; 3rd: Michael Walton; 4th: Michael McGoldrick.
3 sods black turf – hand cut: 1st: Mary Holmes, Castleconnor; 2nd, 3rd & 4th: Peter
3 sods brown turf-hand cut: 1st: Martin Quinn, Carralavin, Bonniconlon;
2nd & 3rd: Frank Flannelly; 4th: Peter Carney.
3 sods long arm – machine turf: 1st: Martin Quinn; 2nd & 3rd: Frank Flannelly;
4th: Mary Ann Greavy, Kilgarvin, Bonniconlon.
3 sods of machine turf – hopper or sausage: 1st: Barbara Ginley, Carrowconeen,
Bonniconlon; 2nd & 3rd: John Loftus, Behybeg, Ballina; 4th: Evan O’Malley,
Knockanillaun, Ardagh, Ballina.
3 field turnips: 1st: Rose McDonnell, Farnaharpy, Skreen; 2nd: Michael Walton;
3rd: Kieran Henderson; 4th: Michael McGoldrick.
3 garden turnips: 1st: Frank Flannelly; 2nd: Michael Walton;
3rd & 4th: Michael McGoldrick.
1 field cabbage: 1st: Michael Walton; 2nd: Peter Carney; 3rd: Edith Beckett;
4th: Seán Lavelle, Carracrum, Bonniconlon.
Sod of pasture – not less than 1 foot square: 1st& 2nd: Peter Carney.
3rd & 4th: Seán Lavelle.
Selection of Veg in box not more than 24”x18”: 1st: Michael Walton; 2nd: John Fox;
3rd: Kieran Henderson; 4th: John Lacken.
Combination of largest cabbage, turnip, onion, potato: 1st & 2nd: Michael Walton;
3rd: Kieran Henderson.
Head of garden cabbage: 1st: Frank Flannelly; 2nd: John Fox; 3rd: Francis
Lawrence.4th: Edie Beckett, Carra, Bonniconlon.
Head of lettuce: 1st: Michael McGoldrick; 2nd: Beryl McCrainey Slevin, Cúige na Sí,
Béal an Átha; 3rd: Róisín Walsh, Tubbercurry, Co. Sligo.
Bunch of parsley: 1st: John Fox; 2nd, 3rd & 4th: Marian Granahan.
Half dozen shallots: 1st & 2nd: Michael Walton; 3rd: Michael McGoldrick;
4th: Peter Carney.
6 Pea pods: 1st: Michael Walton; 2nd: Barbara Ginley; 3rd: Noelle Carter,
Carrickenry, Co. Sligo; 4th: Michael Walsh, Carradoogan, Ballina.
3 sticks of rhubarb: 1st: John Lacken; 2nd: Breege Ruane, 5 Abbey Court, Ballina;
3rd: Michael Walton; 4th: Maureen Igoe, Templetigan, Bonniconlon.
3 carrots: 1st & 2nd: Michael Walton; 3rd: Michael McGoldrick; 4th: Peter Carney.
3 parsnips: 1st & 3rd: Michael McGoldrick; 2nd & 4th: Michael Walton.
3 onions from seed: 1st & 2nd: Michael Walton; 3rd: Michael McGoldrick;
4th: Rose McDonnell.
3 onions from sets: 1st & 2nd: Michael McGoldrick; 3rd: Noelle Carter;
4th: Rose McDonnell.
Heaviest onion: 1st & 2nd: Ml. McGoldrick; 3rd: Fiona Ruane, Corrimbla, Ballina
3 garden beet: 1st: John Fox; 2nd: Michael Walton; 3rd: Michael McGoldrick;
4th: Marian Granahan.
3 tomatoes: 1st: Peter Carney; 2nd & 4th: Michael McGoldrick; 3rd: Michael Walton.
3 homegrown Bramley apples: 1st & 2nd: Emma Fox, Bofield, Ballina; 3rd: David
Murray, Arbuckle Row, Ballina; 4th: Joe Neary, Carracrum, Bonniconlon.
3 eating apples: 1st & 2nd: Kieran Henderson; 3rd: David Murray;
Dish of wild fruit: 1st & 2nd: Emma Fox, Bofield, Ballina;
Dish of garden fruit: 1st: Penny Foy, Carrareagh, Bonniconlon; 2nd: Michael
Walton; 3rd: Darragh Fox, Bofield, Ballina; 4th: Olive Egan, Bonniconlon.
Vegetable and/or Fruit Man: 1st: Lorna Walsh, Letterbrone, Aclare, Co. Sligo;
2nd: Breege Ruane; 3rd: Jacinta Moran, Glenree, Bonniconlon: 4th: Jenny Hastings,
Glenree, Bonniconlon.
Best Decorated Potato: 1st: Ronan Molloy, Lisheenbrone, Swinford; 2nd: Kiera
Bruce, Glenmore, Moygownagh; 3rd: Katelyn Bourke, Carra, Bonniconlon;
4th: Ayslin Bruce, Glenmore, Moygownagh.
Junior Section: Best selection of home grown vegetables – minimum of 4 varieties in
box not larger than 18”x18”: 1st: Jack O’Malley, Knockanillaun, Ardagh, Ballina;
2nd: Emma Fox; 3rd: Leona Lavelle, Carracrum, Bonniconlon; 4th: Darragh Fox.
Special Needs: Tray of veg – minimum of 3 varieties, maximum of 6 varieties:
1st: Michelle Loftus, Carralavin, Bonniconlon.
FLOWERS: Rose of the Show: 1st & 2nd: Michael McGoldrick; 3rd: Pat Geraghty,
Marless, Moylough, Co. Galway; 4th: Bridie Murray,
3 roses: 1st: Pat Geraghty; 2nd, 3rd & 4th: Bridie Murray.
6 sweet peas: 1st & 2nd: Michael McGoldrick; 3rd: Marcus Esmond Maughan,
Cloonkeelane, Enniscrone; 4th: Kieran Henderson.
Miniature flower arrangement: 1st & 3rd: Bridie Murray; 2nd: Marita Golden, 37
Amana Estate, Ballina; 4th: Noelle Carter.
Cactus, Dahlia 3 blooms: 1st: Noelle Carter; 2nd, 3rd & 4th: Pat Geraghty.
3 Pom Pom; 1st: Noelle Carter: 2nd, 3rd & 4th: Pat Geraghty.
3 decorative dahlias: 1st, 2nd & 4th: Pat Geraghty; 3rd: Maureen Garvin.
Gladioli, one spike: 1st: Noelle Carter: 2nd: Carmel Prior, Mullenmore North,
Crossmolina: 3rd & 4th: Pat Geraghty.
Gladioli – one spike: 1st: Kieran Henderson; 2nd: Fiona Ruane; 3rd & 4th: Pat
Vase of perennial flowers, 6 stems mixed: 1st & 3rd: Maureen Garvin;
2nd: John Fox; 4th: Yvonne Craven, Garranard, Ballina.
Vase of annual flowers: 1st: John Fox; 2nd: Maureen Garvin, Kincon, Ballina;
3rd: Anne Cuffe, Mullaroe, Skreen, Co. Sligo; 4th: Eoin Fox, Bofield, Ballina.
Vase of garden flowers: 1st: Sabrina Howley, Currabaggan, Knockmore;
2nd: Yvonne Craven; 3rd: John Fox; 4th: Maureen Garvin.
6 pansies, mixed colour: 1st: Patrick Melody, Graffy, Ballina; 2nd & 3rd: Penny Foy,
Carrareagh, Bonniconlon; 4th: Catherine Rogan, Carrowgarry, Enniscrone.
Pot plant in bloom, Geranium or Pelargonium: 1st & 4th: Pat Geraghty; 2nd: Mary
Greavy, Kilgarvin, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Catriona Egan, Quignashee, Ballina.
Pot plant in bloom excluding Geranium, Pelargonium & Begonia: 1st: Christine
Greavy; 2nd: Noelle Carter; 3rd: Catriona Egan; 4th: John Cummins, Killala.
Pot plant in bloom Begonia: 1st: Christine Greavy; 2nd: Michael McGoldrick;
3rd: Angela Lavelle, Carracrum, Bonniconlon; 4th: Fiona Ruane.
Pot plant decorative foliage: 1st: Noelle Carter; 2nd: Bríd Gaynard, Roundfort,
Hollymount, Co. Mayo; 3rd: David Moran, Glenree, Bonniconlon; 4th: Pat Geraghty
3 Hydrangeas: 1st: John Fox; 2nd & 3rd: Penny Foy; 4th: Mary Gilroy, Bonniconlon.
Vase of shrubs in flower: 1st: John Fox; 2nd: Kitty Egan, Quignashee, Ballina;
3rd: Mary Gilroy; 4th: Maura Moran, Ballyrourke, The Neale, Ballinrobe.
Arrangement of wild flowers: 1st: Orlaith Furlong, c/o Bernie Judge, Carracrum,
Bonniconlon; 2nd: Marita Golden; 3rd: Teresa McDermott, Shanclough Gate House,
Knockmore, Ballina; 4th: Sabrina Howley.
Hanging Basket: 1st: Kitty Egan; 2nd: Fiona Ruane.
Window Box: 1st: John Fox; 2nd: Kitty Egan; 3rd: Anne Gilmartin, Carracrum,
Bonniconlon; 4th: Penny Foy.
Creative Arrangement of flowers accompanied with an appropriate caption:
1st: Bridie Murray; 2nd: Marita Golden; 3rd: Barbara Melody Cois na hAbhainn,
Bonniconlon; 4th: Bernie Cawley, Lower Bunree, Ballina.
1 Cactus plant: 1st: Margaret O’Hara; 2nd: Yvonne Craven;3rd & 4th: Catriona Egan
Flower arrangement for coffee table confined to Bonniconlon I.C.A; 1st: Bernie
Ducker, Oatlands House, Bonniconlon; 2nd: Angela Lavelle; 3rd: Geraldine
Kavanagh, Rooskey, Foxford; 4th: Mary Gallagher.
Best foliage arrangement: 1st: Ann Marie Newell, Galway; 2nd: Noelle Carter;
3rd: Yvonne Craven; 4th: Patrick Melody.
Flowers & fruit arrangement; 1st: Marita Golden; 2nd: Olive Egan; 3rd: Kathleen
Devanney, Newtown, Castleconnor; 4th: Ann Marie Newell.
Best planter; 1st: John Fox; 2nd: Aoife Fox; 3rd: Catriona Egan; 4th: Cora & Lorcan
Conlon, Carrareagh, Bonniconlon.
JUNIOR SECTION: Bunch of wild flowers not more than 2 feet wide, open:
1st: Toby Philips, Rathmeel Lawns, Ballina; 2nd: Orlaith Furlong, c/o Bernie Judge,
Carracrum, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Jack Philips, Rathmeel Lawns, Ballina;
4th: David Holmes, Bunninurlar,Castleconnor.
Bunch of wild flowers not more than 2 feet wide, confined to Bonniconlon Parish:
1st: Aoife Fox, Bofield; 2nd: Leona Lavelle, Carracrum, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Darragh
Bourke, Carra, Bonniconlon; 4th: Katelyn Bourke, Carra, Bonniconlon.
SPECIAL NEEDS SECTION: Best flower arrangement: 1st: Michelle Loftus,
Carralavin, Bonniconlon;
Best bunch of wild flowers: 1st: Michelle Loftus, Carralavin, Bonniconlon.
COOKERY: 6 Cupcakes (confined to people U 18): 1st: Michael Walsh,
Carradoogan, Bonniconlon; 2nd: James Walsh, Carradoogan, Bonniconlon;
3rd: Lorraine McLoughlin, Friarstown, Knockmore; 4th: Peter Harrison,
Knockanillaun, Ballina.
6 decorated cup cakes (confined to people U 18);: 1st: Niamh Walsh, Letterbrone,
Aclare, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Rachel McLoughlin, Friarstown, Knockmore; 3rd: Rosemary
Martyn, Deelcastle, Ardagh, Ballina; 4th: Cormac Timlin, Cloonamore, Ballina.
Chocolate Cake: 1st: Alannah Canavan, Church View, Crossmolina; 2nd: Grace
Timlin, Cloonamore, Ballina; 3rd: Maura Cahill, Newtown, Castleconnor;
Homemade tart, any filling confined to people 18yrs and under: 1st: Una Cameron,
Kilgarvin, Bonniconlon; 2nd: Tara Gilmartin, Carracrum, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Mary
Foody, Stokane, Enniscrone; 4th: Rosemary Martyn.
6 Queen cakes, open competition: 1st: James Walsh; 2nd & 3rd: Maureen KelleherMcNally, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim; 4th: Sabrina Howley, Currabaggan,
6 decorated Queen cakes, open competition: 1st: Gillian Walsh, Letterbrone, Aclare,
Co. Sligo; 2nd: John Granahan, c/o Oatlands House, Bonniconlon; 3rd & 4th: Marie
Gallagher, Mullenmore, Crossmolina.
Homemade Rhubarb tart, confined to Bonniconlon Parish: 1st: Ann & Lisa
Gallagher; 2nd: Margaret O’Hara; 3rd & 4th: Margaret McAndrew, Carracrum,
Homemade Apple tart, confined to Bonniconlon Parish: 1st: Ann & Lisa Gallagher;
2nd & 3rd: Margaret McAndrew; 4th: Margaret O’Hara.
Homemade Rhubarb tart (open competition): 1st: Ann Gainley, Snugboro,
Castlebar; 2nd: Pauline Boland, Forest Hill London; 3rd: Teresa McDermott.
Homemade Apple tart (open competition): 2nd: Loretta Gill, Boharnasup, Ballina;
3rd: Valerie Somers, Castlebaldwin, Co. Sligo; 4th: Anne Moyles, Ballyduffy,
Castlehill, Ballina.
Half dozen tea scones - fruit: 1st: Conor Kilbane, Formoyle West, Galway;
2nd: James Walsh; 3rd: John Granahan; 4th: Anne Cuffe, Mullaroe, Skreen.
Half dozen tea scones, plain: 1st: Kathleen Neary, Carracrum, Bonniconlon;
2nd: Michelle Bourke, Carra, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Anne Cuffe; 4th: Anne Moyles.
Half dozen tea scones, brown: 1st & 2nd: Anne Cuffe; 4th: Catherine Hennigan,
Half dozen rock buns: 1st: Michelle Bourke; 2nd: Philomena Foody, Carranaglough,
Bonniconlon; 3rd: Caroline McLoughlin, Friarstown, Knockmore; 4th: Anne Moyles.
6 Muffins: 1st: Jennifer Houlihan, Inchicronan, Crusheen, Co. Clare; 2nd: Anne
Moyles; 3rd: Caroline McLoughlin; 4th: Jill Sanderson, Carrick-on-Shannon.
Ginger cake or loaf: 1st Caroline McLoughlin; 2nd: Ann Gainley; 3rd: Rita Fox,
Tubbermore, Crossmolina; 4th: Anne Cuffe.
Seed cake: 1st: Caroline McLoughlin; 2nd: Maureen Kelleher-McNally;
3rd & 4th: Jill Sanderson.
Madeira cake: 1st: Anne Cuffe; 2nd: Caroline McLoughlin; 3rd: Maureen KelleherMcNally; 4th: Lucy Baker, Cois na hAbhainn, Bonniconlon.
Sultana cake: 1st: Yvonne Craven; 2nd: Anne Cuffe; 3rd: Jill Sanderson.
Cherry cake: 1st: Caroline McLoughlin: 2nd: Yvonne Craven; 3rd: Jill Sanderson;
4th: Maureen Kelleher-McNally.
Light fruit cake: 1st&2nd: Anne Cuffe; 3rd: Margaret Lynagh, Kilmaine Road,
Ballinrobe; 4th: Jill Sanderson.
Dark fruit cake: 1st & 2nd: Maureen Kelleher-McNally; 3rd: Jill Sanderson;
4th: Ann & Lisa Gallagher.
Porter cake: 1st: Ann & Lisa Gallagher; 2nd: Margaret O’Hara; 3rd: Margaret
Heffron, Garranard, Ballina; 4th: Maureen Kelleher-McNally.
Treacle cake: 1st: Rita Fox; 2nd & 3rd: Jill Sanderson; 4th: Anne Moyles.
Tea brack: 1st: Judy Cuddy, Middleton, Co. Cork; 2nd: Leona Heneghan,
Tubberhill, Westport; 3rd: Mary Haran, Kilbride, Aclare;
4th: Maureen Kelleher-McNally.
Sponge cake: 1st & 2nd: Maureen Kelleher-McNally; 3rd: Loretta Gill;
4th: Yvonne Craven.
Swiss roll: 1st & 2nd: Yvonne Craven; 3rd: Loretta Gill; 4th: Mary Haran.
Homemade brown bread, confined to Bonniconlon I.C.A.: 1st: Maureen Igoe;
2nd: Kathleen Neary; 3rd: Barbara Meer; 4th: Mary Gallagher.
Homemade soda cake, white: 1st: Yvonne Craven; 2nd: Jill Sanderson;
3rd: Mary Haran.
Homemade soda cake, brown: 1st: Maureen Igoe; 2nd: Rita Fox;
3rd & 4th: Jill Sanderson.
Homemade soda cake with fruit: 1st & 2nd: Jill Sanderson; 3rd: Rita Fox;
4th: Barbara Meer.
Coffee butter sponge: 1st: Anne Moyles: 2nd: Moya Wilson, Beltra, Co. Sligo;
3rd: Ann & Lisa Gallagher; 4th: Maureen Kelleher-McNally.
Coffee egg sponge: 1st & 2nd: Maureen Kelleher-McNally; 3rd: Ann & Lisa
Gallagher; 4th: John Granahan.
Cheesecake, any variety: 1st: Margaret Doddy, Ballymote, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Kathleen
Neary; 3rd: John Granahan; 4th: Ann & Lisa Gallagher.
Carrot cake: 1st: Sabrina Howley; 2nd: Lauren & Joshua Walsh Foody, Rockwell,
Ballina; 4th: Leona Heneghan.
Potato cake: 1st: James Walsh; 2nd: Anne Moyles; 3rd: Pauline Boland; 4th: Phil
Boland, Carra, Bonniconlon.
Plate of boxty: 1st, 2nd, & 3rd: Anne Walsh, Bonniconlon; 4th: Phil Boland.
Plain salad, no meat: 1st: Cora & Lorcan Conlon, Carrareagh, Bonniconlon;
2nd: Olive Egan; 3rd: Maureen Gilmartin, Carracrum, Bonniconlon;
4th: Breege Ruane.
Potato salad: 1st: Geraldine Kavanagh; 2nd: Marian Granahan; 3rd: Jo Greavy,
Templetigan, Bonniconlon; 4th: Olive Egan.
Coleslaw: 1st: Michelle Bourke; 2nd: Lauren & Joshua Walsh Foody; 3rd: Maureen
Gilmartin; 4th: Breege Ruane.
Odlums All-Ireland Home Baking Championship: 1st: Sabrina Howley,
Currabaggan, Knockmore; 2nd: Marie Gallagher, Mullenmore, Crossmolina.
Junior Section: Best dish of pastries made by the competitor: 1st: Grace & Louise
Judge, Kilbride, Bonniconlon; 2nd: Katelyn Bourke; 3rd: Rosemary Martyn.
Best 6 homemade Gingerbread men: 1st: Clodagh Gill, Boharnasup, Ballina;
2nd: Niamh Gibson, Kilgarvin, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Katelyn Bourke, Carra,
Bonniconlon; 4th: Fiona Gilmartin, Carracrum, Bonniconlon.
Best 6 Cupcakes decorated: 2nd: Alice Collins, Old Leighlin, Co. Carlow; 3rd: Aoibhe
Barrins; 4th: Kiera Bruce.
Jam: Rhubarb jam: 1st: Julie Moran, Old School, Glenree, Bonniconlon;
2nd: Cillian Healy, c/o Mary Walsh, Rathreedane, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Ben Mulligan,
c/o Mary Walsh, Rathreedane, Bonniconlon; 4th: Linda Bourke, Clogher, Westport
Raspberry jam: 1st: Linda Bourke; 2nd: Kieran Henderson; 3rd: Eileen Brennan,
Killaloe, Ballina, Co. Tipperary; 4th: Mary Glacken, Carrareagh, Bonniconlon.
Strawberry jam 1lb jar: 1st: Rita Fox; 2nd: Maureen Kelleher-McNally; 3rd: Sandra
Murphy, Keenagh, Ballina; 4th: Linda Bourke.
Blackcurrant jam 1lb jar: 1st: Mary Glacken; 2nd: Lorraine Gilmartin, Carracrum,
Bonniconlon; 3rd: Caroline Meers, Bonniconlon; 4th: Ita McKenna, Aclare, Sligo.
Gooseberry jam 1lb jar: 1st: Linda Bourke; 2nd: Richard Taylor, Riverstown, Co.
Sligo; 3rd: Sabrina Howley; 4th: Irene Griffith, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal.
Marmalade 1lb jar: 1st: Ann & Lisa Gallagher; 2nd: Bridie Moran, Old School,
Glenree, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Margaret McAndrew; 4th: Linda Bourke.
Any other jam, 1lb jar, not already listed: 1st: Cillian Healy; 2nd: Kieran Henderson;
3rd: Ben Mulligan; 4th: Judy Cuddy.
Honey: 1 section: 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th: Matt Moran, Bofield, Ballina.
1lb jar, light honey: 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th: Gervase Padden, Tyrawley Terrace, Ballina.
1lb jar, medium honey: 1st: Gervase Padden; 2nd: Andrew Houlihan, Inchicronan,
Crusheen, Co. Clare; 3rd & 4th: Matt Moran.
1 container, cut-comb: 1st, 2nd & 3rd: Gervase Padden; 4th: Matt Moran.
Eggs: 3 hen eggs, white: 1st & 2nd: Brian McDonnell, Skreen, Co. Sligo;
3rd: David & Adam Walsh, Convent Road, Ballinrobe; 4th: Fiona Dunleavy,
Ballymote, Co. Sligo.
3 hen eggs, brown: 1st: Valerie Somers; 2nd: Aaron Conlon; 3rd & 4th: Marian
3 hen eggs, green: 1st: Brian McDonnell; 2nd: Patricia Reape, Leharrow, Dromore
West, Co. Sligo; 3rd: Sally Garrett; 4th: Mary Glacken.
3 duck eggs: 1st: Luke Scollard: 2nd: Mary Ann Greavy: 3rd: Peter Carney;
4th: Ellen Tuohy, Bonniconlon.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Funniest picture (caption included): 1st: Marian Kelly, Malin,
Inishowen, Co, Donegal; 2nd: Mary Conlon Murphy, Mullahowney, Attymass;
3rd: Dina Moloney Feery, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick; 4th: Sarah Tuohy, Bonniconlon.
Scenery: 1st: Nicholas Foody, Knocknacara, Galway; 2nd: Aoife Walsh, Cloghans,
Ballina; 3rd: Angela Lavelle; 4th: Bernie Cawley, Lower Bunree, Ballina.
Child study: 1st: Sharon Hastings, Ellaghmore, Bonniconlon: 2nd: Noelle Carter;
3rd: Cian & David Newcombe, Belleek Lodge, Ballina; 4th: Glyn Morgan,
Tubberoddy, Aclare, Co. Sligo.
Any subject-black & white photo: 1st: Cian & David Newcombe: 2nd: Alan
Mortimer, Rathscanlon, Swinford; 3rd: Caroline Meers; 4th: Grace Carolan,
Glengad, Pullathomas.
Person at work study: 1st: John Egan, Quignashee, Ballina; 2nd: Martha
McDermott, Templeboy, Co. Sligo; 3rd: Niall Gaughan, Rathbane, Foxford;
4th: Ben Loftus, Bonniconlon.
Pet, animal or bird: 1st: Niamh Walsh; 2nd: Madeline Cummins, Rathcash, Killala;
3rd: Jamie Rooney, Deerpark, Crossmolina; 4th: Maureen Kelly, Bonniconlon.
Holiday snapshot: 1st: April Higgins; 2nd: Rachel Foody; 3rd: Erin Conlon,
Carrareagh, Bonniconlon; 4th: Maureen Kelly, Bonniconlon.
Holiday Snapshot: 1st: Nicholas Foody; 2nd: Jamie Rooney; 3rd: Kieran Browne,
Rockwell, Ballina; 4th: Marian Kelly.
Caught on the hop: 1st: Maureen Kelly; 2nd: Kevin Sheridan, Logmore, Belmullet;
3rd: Mark Sheridan, Quay Lane, Ballina; 4th: Sandra Deehan, Dromore West.
Agricultural scene: 1st: Maria Cuffe, Bangor Erris, Belmullet; 2nd: Martha
McDermott; 3rd: Karen Durcan, Glen Rí, Ballina; 4th: Peter Harrison.
Sporting snapshot: 1st: Sharon Hastings; 2nd: Niall Gaughan; 3rd: Oisín Murtagh,
Clontarf Road, Dublin; 4th: John Egan.
CRAFTS: Cotton Crochet: 1st, 2nd & 3rd: Rosaleen McLaughlin, Malin, Co.
Donegal; 4th: Catherine Glacken, Carracrum, Bonniconlon.
Small article of handcraft confined to parish: 1st Lucy Baker, Bonniconlon
Any hand embroidered article: 1st: Judy Cuddy; 2nd: Christine Doherty, Currinara,
Foxford; 3rd: Dina Moloney Feery; 4th: Helen O’Donoghue, Prospect Ave., Dublin.
Sample of needlework: 1st: Marie Lavelle, Foxford Road, Ballina; 2nd: Ann
Canavan, Erris Street, Crossmolina; 3rd: Bríd Gaynard, Hollymount, Claremorris;
4th: Bernie Judge, Kilbride, Bonniconlon.
Patchwork, any article: 1st: Leslie Thomas, Moyrush, Achonry, Co. Sligo;
2nd: Bríd Gaynard; 3rd & 4th: Helen O’Donoghue.
Soft toy other than knitted: 1st: Sarah Tuohy: 2nd: Ellen Tuohy; 3rd: Judy Cuddy;
4th: Margaret Walton, Kilmacowen, Ballisodare, Co. Sligo.
Best-dressed doll (clothes to be handmade): 1st: Dina Moloney Feery; 2nd: Judy
Cuddy; 3rd & 4th: Rosaleen Duggan, The Quay, Ballina.
Best wool work on canvas, unlined and bound all round: 1st: David Moran, Glenree,
Bonniconlon; 2nd: Margaret Walton.
Handmade cushion: 1st: Bríd Gaynard; 2nd: Kathleen Neary; 3rd: Aoife Conlon;
4th: Patricia McHale.
Small article of handcraft (not included in schedule): 1st: Lily Foster,
Newtownwhite, Ballina; 2nd: Myra Healy, Dunmore, Co. Galway; 3rd: Karen
McCullagh, Ballygawley, Co. Sligo; 4th: Helen O’Donoghue.
Best liquid embroidery, any article: 1st: Martina Egan, Quignashee, Ballina;
2nd: Maureen Killeen, Carramore, Taugheen, Claremorris.
Wool crochet: 1st: Rosaleen McLaughlin; 2nd: Catherine Glacken; 3rd: Jenny
Hastings; 4th: Rosaleen Duggan.
Article of basketry: 1st: Jamie Rooney; 2nd; Mary Gilroy; 3rd & 4th: Myra Healy.
Handmade souvenir: 1st: Lily Foster, Newtownwhite, Ballina; 2nd: Mark Sheridan;
3rd: Jamie Flatley, Leharrow, Dromore West; 4th: Patricia Reape.
Knitted soft toy under 25cms: 1st: Bríd Gaynard; 2nd: Patricia McHale;
3rd & 4th: Lily Foster.
Knitted soft toy, over 25cms: 1st: Lily Foster; 2nd: Louise Judge, Kilbride,
Bonniconlon; 3rd: Jamie Rooney; 4th: Anita Carty, Ballygawley, Co. Sligo.
Usable tea cosy: 1st & 3rd: Patricia McHale; 2nd: Bríd Gaynard; 4th: Mgt. Walton
Local traditional craft (not listed) such as hand spinning article; from bogwood, hay
or straw súgán: 1st Judy Cuddy; 2nd: Mary Ann Greavy; 3rd: Jamie Rooney, 4th:
Michael Butler, Gortnadreha, Foxford.
Old vintage craft embroidered/knitted/hand sewn /made article: 1st: Judy Cuddy;
2nd: Bríd Gaynard; 3rd: Lily Foster; 4th: Lesley Thomas, Moyrush, Achonry.
Knitted scarf, knitted from modern material: 1st Martina Egan; 2nd: Bríd Gaynard;
3rd: Cathy Scanlon, Glenhest, Newport; 4th: Louise Judge.
Best hand knitted waistcoat: 1st: Patricia McHale; 2nd: Rachel Moran, Glenree,
Bonniconlon; 3rd: Lily Foster; 4th: Maureen Killeen.
Best hand knit baby garment: 1st: Mary Holmes, Bunninurlar, Castleconnor;
2nd: Niamh Deehan; 3rd: Patricia McHale; 4th: Áine Hunt, Castlebar.
Best hand knit garment (thick wool); 1st: Rachel Moran; 2nd: Aoife Quinn;
3rd: Claudia Healy, Goola, Glenamoy, Ballina; 4th: Myra Healy.
Best hand knit garment (not Aran pattern, thick wool): 1st: Jacinta Moran,
Glenree, Bonniconlon; 2nd: Phil Boland; 3rd: Patricia McHale; 4th: Lily Foster.
Best hand knit child’s garment: 1st & 3rd: Patricia McHale; 2nd: Noelle Carter;
4th: Aoife Quinn.
Best hand knit garment (fine wool): 1st: Noelle Carter; 2nd: Lily Foster;
3rd: Bernadette Beattie, Rathroeen, Killala Rd., Ballina; 4th: Patricia McHale.
Best pair of hand knitted men’s socks: 1st: Brenda Walsh Saez, Taugheen,
Claremorris; 2nd & 3rd: Lily Foster; 4th: Patricia McHale.
Best Home machine knitting (any article); 1st: Niamh Deehan.
Best piece of hand craft (confined to I.C.A. members): 1st: Rosaleen McLaughlin;
2nd: Myra Healy; 3rd: Barbara Meer;4th: Kitty Gilmartin,Whitestream, Bonniconlon
Item made from recyclable material: 1st: Seán Feehily, Kilcummin, Cloonacool,
Tubbercurry; 2nd: Ann Canavan; 3rd: Angela Lavelle; 4th: Aoibhe Barrins.
Best article of woodwork: 1st: Martin Wilson, Beltra, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Anthony
Gainley, Snugboro, Castlebar; 3rd: Niall Quinn, Carralavin, Bonniconlon;
4th: Frank Flannelly.
Best sample of woodwork, not more than 60cms: 1st: Nuala Murphy, Keenagh,
Ballina; 2nd: Michael Butler; 3rd: Seán Morrin, Ballyrourke, The Neale, Ballinrobe;
4th: Emma Hardy, Carracrum, Bonniconlon.
Wood Turning-best piece of spindle turning: 1st & 2nd: Martin Wilson; 3rd: Niall
Quinn; 4th: Nuala Murphy.
Wood Turning – best piece of face plate turning: 1st: Brian McDonnell, Skreen, Co.
Sligo; 2nd & 3rd: Martin Wilson.
Best piece of bog oak sculpture or carving: 1st: Patricia Reape.
Best piece of wood turning under 19: 1st: Colin Conlon, Carrareagh, Bonniconlon.
Best piece of wood carving wxcluding bog oak: 1st: Jacqui Murray, Arbuckle Row,
Ballina; 2nd: Stewart Bruce, Glenmore, Moygownagh.
SPECIAL NEEDS: Any article of woodwork; 1st: Gary Burke, Castleconnor.
JUNIOR SECTION: Best sample of crochet: 1st: Cora Conlon, Carrareagh,
Bonniconlon; 2nd: Ciara Flannery, Attawalla, Bangor Erris.
Best sample of needlework: 1st: Rachel McLoughlin, Knockmore; 2nd: Ronan
Molloy, Lisheenabrone, Swinford; 3rd: Nora Murphy,Mullahowney, Attymass;
4th: Kayleigh Hastings, Ellaghmore, Bonniconlon.
Best sample of knitting: 1st: Niamh Deehan; 2nd: Sandra Deehan; 3rd: Taylor
O’Boyle, Fedamore, Co. Limerick.
Best variety ornament or souvenir: 1st& 4th: Emma Hardy; 2nd: Grace & Louise
Judge; 3rd: Aoibhe Barrins.
Best novelty necklace, bracelet or ornament made from natural produce (flower
leaves, feathers, shells, wool etc., not more than 2 ft of wire or string):
1st & 2nd:Marcus Esmond Maughan; 3rd: Jacinta Moran; 4th: Leona Lavelle.
Best St. Brigid’s Cross (must be work of child): 1st: Aoife Roache, Cogaula,
Westport; 2nd: Cliodhna Rogan, Carrowgarry, Enniscrone; 3rd: Catherine Rogan,
Carrowgarry, Enniscrone;
4th: Cora & Lorcan Conlon, Carrareagh, Bonniconlon.
Best hand painted hen egg: 1st: Peter Harrison; 2nd: Marcus Esmond Maughan;
3rd: Sandra Deehan; 4th: Leona Lavelle.
Hand painted large egg: 1st: Lorna Walsh; 2nd & 3rd: Marcus Esmond Maughan;
4th: Aoife Fox, Bofield, Ballina.
Best scarecrow: 1st: Niamh Gaughan; 2nd: Teresa McDermott; 3rd: Afina Higgins,
Liosbaun, Claremorris; 4th: Jack O’Malley, Knockanillaun, Ardagh, Ballina.
Horticulture Craft Class:
Special Needs-any craft or needlework: 1st & 2nd: Gary Burke, Castleconnor.
SENIOR ART: Best painting in any medium: 1st: Mary Conway, Aclare;
2nd: Teresa McDermott: 3rd: Philomena Hoey, Owenbeg, Culleens, Co. Sligo;
Joint 4th: Kieran Ducker, Oatlands House, Bonniconlon; Kathleen Murphy,
Slievenagark, Knockanillaun, Ballina.
Drawing, life sketch or object drawing: 1st: Kieran Ducker; 2nd: Gillian Walsh,
Aclare; 3rd: Áine Kavanagh, Saltfield, Bonniconlon; 4th: Elida Lavelle, Carracrum,
Printmaking, original hand produced print, such as black print, engraving etc:
1st: Carol Murphy, The Marine, Enniscrone; 2nd: Martha McDermott;
3rd & 4th: Philomena Hoey.
Fleetwood Paints Alll-Ireland Amateur Painting Competition:
1st & 2nd: Philomena Hoey, Owenbeg, Culleens, Co. Sligo.
Best picture (any medium) Junior & Senior Infants: 1st: Chloe Somers,
Castlebaldwin, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Ava Kelly, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Molly Kearns, c/o
Attracta Kearns, Bonniconlon; 4th: Toby Philips, Rathmeel Lawns, Ballina.
Best picture (any medium) 1st & 2nd Class: 1st: James Rafter, Ardvalley, Ballina;
2nd: Orla Fleming, Kilmactigue, Aclare; 3rd: Jack Philips, Rathmeel Lawns, Ballina;
4th: Niall Murphy, Mullahowney, Attymass.
Best picture (any medium) 3rd & 4th Class: 1st: Shane Ferguson, Carranaglough,
Bonniconlon; 2nd & 3rd: Rachel Kavanagh, Saltfield, Bonniconlon; 4th: Yvonne
Greavy, Kilgarvin, Bonniconlon.
Best picture (any medium) 5th & 6th Class: 1st: Liam Moran, Old School, Glenree,
Bonniconlon; 2nd: Cora & Lorcan Conlon; 3rd: Leona Lavelle; 4th: Alice Collins.
Picture, (any medium) by secondary school student, paint, print making, collage, &
mixed media etc – max size A2: 1st: Siobhán Sweeney, Currabaggan, Knockmore;
2nd: Gillian Walsh; 3rd: Eimear Morrin; 4th: Niamh Walsh.
Special Needs: -Best Picture, any medium: 1st: Aiden Collins, Old Leighlin, Co.
Carlow; 2nd: Tim Kelly, C. R. C., Castleconnor; 3rd: B. Ann Brennan, C. R. C.,
Castleconnor; 4th: Gary Burke, C. R. C., Castleconnor
POULTRY: The All-Ireland Female Bantam Chicken Championship Final:
1st & 2nd: Freddie Foster, Doocastle, Ballymote: 3rd: Aidan Flanagan, Bengeary,
Goose, any breed: 1st & 2nd: Darren Flannery, Powellsboro, Tubbercurry.
Gander, any breed: 1st & 2nd: Darren Flannery, Powellsboro, Tubbercurry.
Aylesbury duck: 1st: Paul McDonnell, Stonehall, Crossmolina; 2nd: Peter Carney;
3rd: Darragh Fox, Bofield, Ballina; 4th: Ryan Dullaghan, Rathmore, Crossmolina.
Aylesbury drake: 1st: Ryan Dullaghan; 2nd: John Dunleavy, Shammer, Kilkelly;
3rd: Peter Carney; 4th: Eoin Fox.
Khaki Campbell duck: 1st & 4th: Peter Carney; 2nd & 3rd: Brian Rochford,
Shammer, Kilkelly, Co. Mayo.
Khaki Campbell drake: 1st: Cullen Meenaghan, Ballymore, Attymass;
2nd: Brian Rochford; 3rd & 4th: Liam Rochford, Shammer, Kilkelly, Co. Mayo.
Muscovy duck: 1stJulian Pawlowski, castlegar, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Odhran Foody, Askill,
Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal; 3rd: Darren Flannery; 4th: Christy Murphy, Keenagh,
Muscovy drake: 1st: Odhran Foody; 2nd: Kieran Doddy, Achonry, Ballymote;
3rd: Joohn Dunleavy; 4th: Darren Flannery.
Call duck or drake: 1st: Oliver Lowry, Ballycumber, Co. Offaly; 2nd: Tommy &
Colin Butler, Banagher, Co. Offaly; 3rd: Richard Taylor, Riverstown, Co. Sligo;
4th: Jack Whitehead, Doocastle, Ballymote, Co. Sligo.
Ornamental duck or drake: 1st, 2nd & 3rd: Darren Flannery; 4th: Julian Pawlowski.
Any other breed of duck or drake: 1st: Jack Whitehead; 2nd: Darren Flannery;
3rd: Teresa McDermott; 4th: Ryan Dullaghan.
Rhodeisland Red hen, pure bred: 1st: David & Adam Walsh, Convent Road,
Ballinrobe; 2nd: Conor Kilbane, Barna, Galway; 3rd: Daniel Walsh, Newtown,
Cloghans, Ballina.
Rhodeisland Red cock: 1st: D. Finnerty; 2nd: Mikey & Amy O’Connor, Ballybeg,
Corroy, Ballina; 3rd: John Dunleavy; 4th: Odhran Foody.
Cross bred hen, large: 1st & 2nd: Michael Breheny, Ballymote, Co. Sligo;
3rd: Julian Pawlowski; 4th: John Dunleavy.
Cross bred cock, large: 1st: Ryan Dullaghan; 2nd: Cahan Hallinan, Dromore West;
3rd: Brian Rochford; 4th: John Dunleavy.
Sussex hen: 1st: Seán Walsh; 2nd: Conor Kilbane; 3rd: David & Adam Walsh.
Sussex cock: 1st: Rory O’Dowd, Bunninadden, Co. Sligo; 2nd: Conor Kilbane.
Maran hen: 1st: David & Adam Walsh; 2nd: Peter Carney; 3rd & 4th: Conor Forkan,
Carracastle,, Co. Mayo.
Maran cock: 1st & 2nd: Cullen Meenaghan
Rare heavy breed hen: 1st: David & Adam Walsh; 2nd: Fergal Gill, Moygownagh,
Ballina; 3rd: Niall McSharry, Cliffoney, Co. Sligo.
Rare heavy breed cock: 1st: Michael Breheny; 2nd & 3rd: Conor Forkan;
4th: Conor Kilbane.
Hen & chickens: 1st: Ryan Dullaghan; 2nd Cullen Meenaghan; 3rd: Patrick Melody,
Graffy, Attymass.
Light Breed -Minorca hen: 1st: David & Adam Walsh; 2nd: Tommy & Colin Butler;
3rd & 4th: Niall McSharry.
Minorca cock: 1st: Conor Forkan.
Leghorn hen: 1st: David & Adam Walsh; 2nd: Darren Flannery; 3rd: Liam Rochford;
4th: Conor Forkan.
Leghorn cock: 1st: Brian Rochford; 2nd: Liam Rochford.
Silkie Hen: 1st: Darren Flannery; 2nd: Tommy & Colin Butler.
Silkie Cock: 1st: Darren Flannery; 2nd: Christy Murphy.
Hen and chickens: 1st: Valerie Somers; 2nd: Ciara Sweeney, Kildalkey, Co. Meath;
3rd: Jack Whitehead.
Pure bred Bantam hen: 1st & 4th: Mikey & Amy O’Connor; 2nd: Oliver Lowry;
3rd: Michaell Breheny.
Pure bred Bantam cock: 1st: Oliver Lowry; 2nd: Gerard Sheerin, Killasser,
Swinford; 3rd: Tommy & Colin Butler; 4th: Conor Foster, Carracastle.
Cross bred Bantam hen: 1st: Tommy & Colin Butler; 2nd: Gráinne Sweeney,
Kildalkey, Co. Meath; 3rd: Darren Flannery.
Cross bred Bantam cock: 1st: Oliver Lowry; 2nd: Odhran Foody.
Pekin any colour hen: 1st & 3rd: Niall Murphy, Athenry, Co. Galway; 2nd: Mikey &
Amy O’Connor; 4th: Freddie Foster, Doocastle.
Pekin any colour cock: 1st: Rory O’Dowd; 2nd: Mikey & Amy O’Connor;
3rd: Caroline Meers; 4th: Charlie Bourke, Tavnaughmore, Foxford.
Black or white Silkie hen: 1st: Fergal Gill; 2nd: Darren Flannery; 3rd: Tommy &
Colin Butler.
Black or white Silkie cock: 1st: Darren Flannery.
Bantams & chickens: 1st: Michael Breheny; 2nd: Caroline Meers
Pidgeon, any colour: 1st & 2nd: Richard Taylor, Riverstown.
Best Pheasant – any breed: 1st: Valerie Somers, Castlebaldwin, Co. Sligo;
Best Quail: 1st, 2nd & 3rd: Julian Pawlowski.
Champion Bird of the Show: Champion: Niall Murphy, Athenry, Co. Galway.
All-Ireland goose or gander: 1st, 6th & 7th: Cian Flannery; 2nd: Patsy McDonnell,
Drumcliff, Co. Sligo; 3rd & 5th: Julian Pawlowski; 4th: Aidan Flanagan.
Champion heavy breed duck or drake: 1st: Freddie Foster; 2nd: Julian Pawlowski;
3rd: Aidan Flanagan; 4th: Claudia Healy.
Champion light breed duck or drake: 1st & 4th: Cian Flannery;
2nd & 3rd: Niall Murphy.
Champion miniature duck or drake: 1st, 2nd & 4th: Julian Pawlowski;
3rd: Liz Clarke, Derryhillagh, Castlehill.
Chanpion Call Duck or Drake: 1st, 2nd & 7th: Tommy & Colin Butler;
3rd: Aidan Flanagan; 4th & 6th: Cian Flannery; 5th: Freddie Foster.
All-Ireland soft feathered heavy (large): 1st, 4th & 6th: Niall McSharry;
2nd: Odhran Foody; 3rd: Mikey & Amy O’Connor; 5th: Fiona Dunleavy;
7th & 8th: Conor Kilbane.
All-Ireland soft feather heavy (Bantam): 1st: Oliver Lowry; 2nd: Freddie Foster;
3rd: Gerard Sheerin.
All-Ireland soft feather light (large): 1st: Oliver Lowry; 2nd & 5th: Fergal Gill;
3rd: David & Adam Walsh; 4th: Cian Dunleavy; 6th: Niall Murphy.
All-Ireland soft feathered light (Bantam): 1st: Ann Mooney, Killaturley, Swinford;
2nd & 3rd: Oliver Lowry; 4th & 5th: Tommy & Colin Butler.
All-Ireland True Bantam: 1st & 8th: Oliver Lowry; 2nd & 6th: Niall Murphy;
3rd & 4th: Tommy & Colin Butler; 5th: Aiden Flanagan; 7th: Fiona Dunleavy;
All-Ireland hard feather (large): 1st & 3rd: Niall Murphy; 2nd & 4th: Tommy & Colin
Butler; 5th: Oliver Lowry; 6th & 7th: Ann Mooney.
All-Ireland hard feather (Bantam): 1st & 7th: Niall Murphy; 2nd: Oliver Lowry;
3rd & 8th: Tommy & Colin Butler; 4th & 5th: Ann Mooney; 6th: Freddie Foster
Overall Champion Waterfowl: Champion: Ann-Marie Milne, Lusk, Co. Dublin.
PETS: Walk your cat on a lead: 1st: Leona Lavelle, Carracrum, Bonniconlon.
Furry pet (excluding cats or dogs): 1st: Tamara Caunce, Meelragh, Co. Leitrim.
Any cat: 1st: Daniel Murphy, Doolough, Geesala; 2nd: Leona Lavelle;
3rd: Rebekah Getsee, Boyhallagh, Attymass.
Cat & Kittens: 1st: Claudia Healy, Glenamoy, Ballina.
Most unusual pet (no wild animals); 1st: Tamara Caunce.
Pet in fancy dress: 1st: Rebekah Getsee; 2nd: Tamara Caunce; 3rd: Declan Forkan,
Ballaghaderreen; 4th: Chloe Sweeney, Rathreedane, Bonniconlon.
Any rabbit: 1st: Declan Forkan; 2nd: Michelle Lynagh, Kilmaine Road, Ballinrobe;
3rd: Tamara Caunce; 4th: Padraig Langan, Derrynamuck, Corroy, Ballina.
HANDWRITING: Best sample of handwriting, minimum 20 words, maximum 40
words, Junior & Senior Infants: 1st: Joseph Gill, Boharnasup, Ballina; 2nd: David
holmes, Bunninurlar, Castleconnor; 3rd: Neil Rafter, Ardvalley, Ballina;
4th: Rachel Moran, Old School, Glenree, Bonniconlon.
Best sample of handwriting, minimum 20 words, maximum 40 words1st& 2nd Class: 1st: Laura Foody, Stokane, Enniscrone; 2nd: Dillon Sweeney,
Rathreedane, Bonniconlon; 3rd: Jack O’Malley, Knockanillaun, Ardagh, Ballina;
4th: Clodagh Hanna, Carton Square, Maynooth, Co. Kildare
Best sample of handwriting, minimum 20 words, maximum 40 words3rd&4th Class: 1st: Sandra Deehan, Belville, Dromore West; 2nd: Gráinne Sweeney,
Kildalkey, Co. Meath; 3rd: Michael Thomas Healy, Goola, Glenamoy;
4th: Lauren Timlin, Cloonbarry, Aclare, Co. Sligo.
Best sample of handwriting, minimum 20 words, maximum 40 words5th& 6th Class: 1st: Elaine Sheridan, Quay Lane, Ballina; 2nd: Rachel Foody,
Bunninurlar, Castleconnor; 3rd: Cormac Timlin, Cloonamore, Ballina;
4th: Isabelle Lavelle, Blackrock Court, Ballina.
Up to 6 months: 1st: Ethan Grehan; 2nd: Alex Smyth; 3rd: Mia Marion Cafolla.
6-12 Months: 1st: Evan Conway; 2nd: Kate Langan; 3rd: Róisín Naughton.
1-2 Years: 1st: Sarah Gallagher; 2nd: Fiachra Mullen; 3rd: Lillie Hannon.
2-3 Years: 1st: Thomas Gallagher; 2nd: Rúairí Craig; 3rd: Joseph Henry.
Overall Winner: Evan Conway.
The Rose of Bonniconlon Show 2012: Laura McShane, Kilbride, Bonniconlon.
Most appropriately dressed Lady of the show: Noeleen Moen-Gilroy, Clontibet, Co
Most appropriately dressed Gent of the show: Gerry Whelan, Ballina, Co Mayo.
Glamourous Granny: Marie Wilson, Ballina, Co Mayo.
SHEEPDOG TRIALS: (Judged by Tom Gill) 1st: Eugene Feeney with Craig;
2nd: Tony Kearns with Joe; 3rd: Tony Kearns with Spud; 4th: Con McGarry with
Megan; 5th: David Lyttle with Dell; 6th: Con McGarry with Tipp.
Sheaf Tossing: Senior: 1st Kieran Mullarkey, Bonniconlon; 2nd Martin Greavy,
Bonniconlon; 3rd Michael Judge, Bonniconlon; 4th John Mullarkey, Bonniconlon; 5th
John Greavy, Bonniconlon; 6th Patrick Igoe, Bonniconlon, 7th Michael Gallagher,
Under 21: 1st Michael Gallagher, Donegal. 2nd Patrick Igoe; 3rd Leon Gallagher,
Donegal; 4th Niall Greavy, Bonniconlon.
Under 15: 1st Leon Gallagher, Donegal; 2nd Niall Greavy; 3rd Vincent Greavy.
Under 12: Mark Greavy,Bonniconlon;Cian Conlon, Bonniconlon; Martin Durcan,
Masters: 1st Michael O’Malley, Bonniconlon; 2nd John Keehan, Clare; 3rd Dermot
O’Shea, Cork.
LOY TURNING: 1st: Michael Sheerin, Killasser, Swinford; 2nd: Hugh O’Neill,
Rooskey, Foxford; 3rd: James Tigue