Saturday, September 10, 2022

The winning pen of ten Suffolk Cheviot cross ewe Lambs, judges Melvin Matthews and David Leybourne presenting the cup to the winning owner Michael Halpin with Kate Halpin, Shane Carroll  Photos: Roger Jones

First prize pen of Suffolk Cheviot Cross Hogget Ewes, winning owner Brendan Fox not in photo (l/r)  Noel Brennan, Haseley Jones, Michael Murphy, Bertie Warren, Tom Broe and Shane Carroll 

Second place at the Tullow Sheep Breeders Show and Sale in the best pen of Suffolk Cheviot cross Ewes (l/r) John Murphy, Noel Brennan, Haseley Jones, John Pender winning owner, Bertie Warren. Shane Carroll and John Nolan

By Suzanne Pender

TULLOW Sheep Breeders held their second show and sale recently, with top quality ewes and hoggets attracting plenty of interest.

The second show and sale at Tullow Livestock Sales proved to be equally as strong a trade for both lambs and ewes, with plenty of custom around the ring and online.

The judges finally picked their winners after much consideration, due to the excellent yard of top-quality stock.

Tullow Sheep Breeders would like to thank their stewards, exhibitors and judges who, in the ewe lamb category were Melvin Matthes and David Leybourne, while Tom Broe and Noel Brennan did the honours in the Hogget Ewes section.

The society would also like to thank their main sponsor on the day,

Highfield Veterinary, and to all their other sponsors.

Next up is the Cheviot Show and Sale tomorrow, Wednesday 7 September.

RESULTS

Best pen of ten Suffolk Cross Ewe Lamb and the Noel Walsh Perpetual Cup – 1, Michael Halpin, €206; 2, James Walshe, €240; 3, Joseph Kelly, €178; 4, Peter Burke, €178; 5, Liam Roberts, €180; 6, Gerard Reid, €186.

Best pen of ten Suffolk Cross Hogget Ewes and the Paddy Doyle Memorial Cup – 1, Brendan Fox, €285; 2, John Pender, €295; 3, Patrick Kenny, €270; 4, Tom Parr, €275; 5, Seamus Kelly, €260; 6, Alphie Beattie, €250.

Champion Hogget Ewes – Brendan Fox.

Rev Champion Ewe Lambs – Michael Halpin.

 

 

 

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