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Competitor's Diary

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Royal Ulster Agricultural Society results:


OPEN
1st Ivan Scott
2nd Jack Robinson
3rd Adam Berry
4th Hamish Mitchell
5th Tom Perry
6th Graeme Davidson

SENIOR
1st Jonathan McKelvey
2nd Jason McNiece
3rd Joseph Stephens
4th Johnny Patterson
5th Mark Lyttle
6th Andy Davidson

INTERMEDIATE
1st Karol Devaney
2nd Barry Devine
3rd Russell Smyth
4th Sam McConnell
5th Allan Oldfield
6th Chris Coulter

JUNIOR
1st Ian Wilson
2nd Anne-Lise Humstad
3rd Thomas Gallagher
4th Ryan Adams
5th Andrew Rea
6th David Scott

YFCU
1st Jason McNiece
2nd Sean McCollum
3rd Jonathan McKelvey
4th Russell Smyth
5th Sam McConnell
6th Liam Kelly

YFC NOVICE
1st Andrew Rea
2nd Steven Wilson
3rd Alexander Butler
4th Phillip Buchanan
5th Richard Coleman
6th Andrew Weatherup
7th Mark McCallister
8th William Truesdale

SHEARING TEST
1st Ivan Scott
2nd Ian Montgomery
3rd Adam Berry
4th Jack Robinson
5th Hamish Mitchell
6th Jimmy McAuley

N. IRELAND v REST OF WORLD
1st Karol Devaney - Rest of World
2nd Sean McCollum - Northern Ireland
3rd Christopher Potter - Rest of World
4th Allan Oldfield - Rest of World
5th Ronald Kennedy - Northern Ireland
6th Stephen Donaghey - Northern Ireland

OPEN WOOLHANDLING
1st Rosie Keenan
2nd Jess Morgan
3rd Zoe Porter

NOVICE WOOLHANDLING
1st Emma Smith
2nd Melanie McAuley
3rd Katie Reid
4th Rachel Murphy
5th Finn Butler
6th Ellen Murphy
7th Gina McAuley
8th Elin Protheroe

NATIONAL WOOLHANDLING
1st Jayne Harkness-Bones
2nd Caryn Webster
3rd Rachel Murphy

WOOLHANDLING DEVELOPMENT TEST
1st Scotland
2nd N. Ireland
3rd Wales

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