Clonakilty show on Sunday 10th of June, 2018. Great, affordable family day out.

 

Welcome to this year’s Clonakilty Agricultural Show.  It’s all happening on Sunday, 10th June and takes place in the Show Grounds Clonakilty, just a short distance from the Award Winning Town of Clonakilty. This huge event has been attracting thousands of people yearly from far and wide with its mixture of agricultural events, concerts and special emphasis on an affordable family day out – all set against the beautiful backdrop of the rugged countryside and the Atlantic Ocean – along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Show day is about animals and the show grounds will be turned into a mini wonderland with frisky calves paraded on their first day out at the show. Foals as young as two weeks old can be admired while fully grown horses will be there in all their glory, groomed with manes and tails plaited.

Dogs are always a treat to see and the dog show is one of the most popular attractions every year with classes open to all canines – mutt and pedigree. Breeds from sheepdogs to St Bernard will be on show.  

Clonakilty Show is recognised as one of the top shows in the country, its cornerstone has always been the exhibiting of the finest animals and bringing out the best of breeds, be it horses or ponies, cattle or sheep and of late the return of poultry.

Agricultural shows are part of our heritage, something deep rooted in our hearts and memories.  For some of us, we have the memory of a unique family day out, being taken to the show on the second Wednesday in July as a toddler and young child; it was one of the few family days out in the year, now we bring our own children or grandchildren to continue in the tradition.

Today, more than ever, we cherish those simple, special occasions when we meet old friends, exchange the news, have a chat, and have a wonderful day out.  Clonakilty show is the place to be on Sunday 10th June, where else would you be.

This is what shows is all about, meeting up with fiends, old friends, neighbours, relatives with a rouged view of the country side and the Atlantic Ocean, full of attraction for young and old, entertainment at an affordable price.

Sheep

CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES – MONDAY 20 MAY 2019
ENTRY FEE €3.00
THERE MUST BE AT LEAST 2 EXHIBITORS IN ANY ONE CLASS BEFORE THE CLASS CAN BE HELD
JUDGING AT 2.00 PM ON SUNDAY 9th JUNE 2019

Charollais

Class 160PEDIGREE OR NON-PEDIGREE CHAROLLAIS EWE
One year old or over. Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 161PEDIGREE OR NON-PEDIGREE CHAROLAIS RAM
One year old or over. Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 162PEDIGREE OR NON-PEDIGREE CHAROLAIS EWE LAMB
Sponsored by Alan Jennings, Leap. Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 163PEDIGREE OR NON-PEDIGREE CHAROLAIS RAM LAMB
Sponsored by Alan Jennings, Leap. Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10
Class 164CHAMPION CHAROLAIS OF THE SHOW

Scottie

Class 165RAM LAMB
Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 166EWE LAMB
Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 167 AGED RAM
Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 168AGED EWE
Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 169 HOGGET RAM
Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 170HOGGET EWE
Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 171CHAMPION SCOTTIE OF THE SHOW

Suffolk

Class 172PEDIGREE OR NON-PEDIGREE SUFFOLK EWE
Class 173 PEDIGREE OR NON-PEDIGREE SUFFOLK RAM
Class 174PEDIGREE OR NON-PEDIGREE SUFFOLK EWE LAMB
Class 175PEDIGREE OR NON-PEDIGREE SUFFOLK RAM LAMB
Class 176CHAMPION SUFFOLK OF THE SHOW

Any Breed

Class 188PEDIGREE OR NON PEDIGREE LOWLAND EWE (OTHER)
One year old or over. Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 189PEDIGREE OR NON PEDIGREE LOWLAND RAM
One year old or over. Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 190BEST WEST CORK BUTCHER'S LAMB
Special prize for the Best West Cork Butcher's Lamb confined to Clonakilty Area and West of Clonakilty. Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10.
Class 191CHAMPION SHEEP OF THE SHOW
1st & 2nd prize winners in the Championships.

Junior Domestic Classes

Entry Fee €1 per class

Closing date for entries is Monday, 20th May 2019 to Donal McCarthy, Secretary Clonakilty Agricultural Show Ltd, “An Choill Og”, Ballinard, Ballineen, Co Cork.

Entry Forms – Entry Forms received after the closing date will not be accepted. Entry Form without the appropriate entry fee will be returned to the exhibitor.  Only written entries to the Secretary will be accepted,

NO PHONE, TEXT, EMAILS or FACEBOOK ENTRIES will be accepted.

STAGING AND REMOVAL OF EXHIBITS – Exhibitors will please note that all exhibits must be staged between the hours 12.00 Noon and 2.00 pm on Saturday, 8th June 2019. Judging will take place 3.00 pm.  Exhibitors in Class 09 – 36 must collect their exhibits between 5.00 pm and 5.30 pm on Sunday, 9th June 2019.  All exhibits left without instructions after this date will be sent to the local hospital.

Numbers for the Horticultural Produce, Domestic, Arts and Crafts and Photography Classes, 09 – 119 inclusive can be collected before staging the exhibits on Saturday, 8th June 2019 from 00 Noon to 2.00 pm.

Judging takes place on Saturday, 8th June @ 3.00 pm

Junior Domestic Classes for Primary School Children Only

Class 09FOUR (4) HOMEMADE QUEEN CAKES DECORATED
Judged on decoration only.
Class 10FOUR (4) HOMEMADE PARTY CAKES / BUNS OF THE SAME VARIETY – NOT OVEN BAKED.

Junior Domestic Classes including Secondary School students

Class 11FOUR (4) HOMEMADE BROWNIES
Class 12FOUR (4) HOMEMADE QUEEN CAKES – NOT DECORATED
Class 13FOUR (4) HOMEMADE COOKIES/BISCUITS.
Class 14FOUR (4) HOMEMADE FRUIT SCONES.
Class 15FOUR SLICES (4) HOMEMADE BANANA BREAD.

Junior Horticultural  Classes for Primary School Children Only

Class 16MINIATURE GARDEN ANY SHAPE
Displayed on a base / container. Max Size 38 cms square. Special Prize: The Bella Helen Perpetual Trophy.
Class 17CHARACTER MADE FROM VEGETABLES OR/AND FRUIT
Displayed on a base / container – Max size 30 cms X 60 cms.
Class 18SELECTION OF FIVE WILD FLOWERS IN YOUR FAVOURITE CONTAINER
Named and tastefully arranged – spray of each -space allowed 45cms wide.

Junior Horticultural Classes including Secondary School students

Class 19FARM SCENE EXHIBIT
Displayed on a base / container. Max size 38 cms square.
Class 20SELECTION OF FIVE GARDEN FLOWERS
Named and tastefully arranged. One spray of each. Space allowed 45 cms.

Junior Craft Classes for Primary School Children Only

Class 21PAINTED BOTTLE OR JAR.
Class 22DECORATED WOODEN SPOON
Class 23PAINTED STONE
Class 24LEGO DISPLAY – MOST CREATIVE VEHICLE - LAND, SEA OR AIR - UNDER 10 YEARS ON THE 1ST JANUARY 2019
Exhibits not to exceed 50 cms in length, in width or in height. Kits allowed.
Class 25PAINTED HEN EGG
Displayed in an egg cup. Note it must be a hen egg.
Class 26ANY ITEM MADE FROM AIR DRYING PLAYCLAY

Junior Craft Classes including Secondary School students

Class 27LEGO DISPLAY – INSPIRED BY YOUR FAVOURITE BOOK OR FILM - OVER 10 YEARS ON THE 1ST JANUARY 2019
Exhibits not to exceed 50 cms in length, in width or in height. No kits allowed.
Class 28HOMEMADE ITEM OF JEWELLERY
Class 29BIRD / INSECT HOUSE MADE FROM RECYCLEABLE MATERIALS – MEASUREMENT MUST MATCH THE BIRD OR INSECT.
Class 30HOMEMADE FAIRYHOUSE & GARDEN
Additional marks will be awarded for using waste material. Max size 30cms X 60 cms X 60 cms. Figures can be purchased.
Class 31HOMEMADE ITEM – WOOL CRAFT
Class 32ANY ITEM OF HOMEMADE CRAFT - ANY MEDIUM

Junior Photography Classes
Open to Primary and Secondary School Students.
Photographs must not be framed but can be mounted to protect the photograph.
Colour Prints not larger than 7” X 5”

Class 34ANIMALS / BIRDS / INSECTS / PETS - COLOUR PRINT – NOT LARGER THAN 7” X 5”
Sponsored by Jeremy Kingston, Templebryan, Clonakilty, Co Cork.
Class 35SPECIAL OCCASIONS / MEMORIES – COLOUR PRINT – NOT LARGER THAN 7” X 5”
Class 36SUMMER SCENE – COLOUR PRINT – NOT LARGER THAN 7” X 5”
Class 37MY FUNNIEST PHOTOGRAPH – COLOUR PRINT – NOT LARGER THAN 7” X 5”

Special Arts & Crafts Classes

Class 33SPECIAL CLASS FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS – NO ENTRY FEE

Domestic Arts – Senior

Closing date for entries is Monday, 20th May 2019 to Donal McCarthy, Secretary Clonakilty Agricultural Show Ltd, “An Choill Og”, Ballinard, Ballineen, Co Cork.
Entry Forms – Entry Forms received after the closing date will not be accepted. Entry Form without the appropriate entry fee will be returned to the exhibitor. Only written entries to the Secretary will be accepted. NO PHONE, TEXT, EMAILS or FACEBOOK ENTRIES will be accepted.

Numbers for the Horticultural Produce, Domestic, Arts and Crafts and Photography Classes, 09 – 119 inclusive can be collected before staging the exhibits on Saturday, 8th June 2019 from 12:00 Noon to 2.00 pm.

Horticultural

Class 38VASE OF FLOWERING SHRUBS
3 different varieties – spray of each – tastefully arranged. Sponsored by Mrs. Maureen O’Donovan, Ballymacwilliam Lower, Clonakilty.
Class 39VASE OF FLOWERS
A variety of outdoor grown, tastefully arranged. Sponsored by Ms. Aileen Fitzpatrick, Tullineasky.
Class 40VARIETY OF FOLIAGE AND PLANT MATERIAL
Six different varieties, tastefully arranged in a bucket. Sponsored by Mrs. Jean Buttimer, Fourcuil, Clonakilty.

Decorative

Class 41A TABLE CENTRE PIECE
Not exceeding 60 cms. Sponsored by Rose Helen, Keel, Enniskeane, Co Cork.
Class 42AN ARRANGEMENT IN A BASKET
Basket not exceeding 60 cms. Sponsored by The Flower Basket, Clonakilty. Special Prize: The Denis & Angela Nyhan Memorial Perpetual Cup, Angela was a former Lady President of the Show.
Class 43DISPLAY OF SIX (6) PANSIES
Class 44ROSES – Three (3) BLOOMS – ANY COLOUR
Special Prize: The Elizabeth Hayes Memorial Special Prize.
Class 45BEST ROSE OF THE SHOW
Sponsored by Mrs. Colette Twomey, Ballinaifreann, Clonakilty.
Class 46CONTAINER OF FIVE PHORMIUM LEAVES
Class 47CONTAINER OF 3 HOSTA LEAVES
Class 48DECORATED HAT
Using fresh flowers / dried and/or artificial flowers.
Class 49OUTDOOR PLANTED CONTAINER/BASKET
Container not exceeding 60 cms. The Eileen Hurley Memorial Perpetual Trophy (former Lady President of Clonakilty Agricultural Show). Kindly presented by the Hurley Family, Kilkernmore, Clonakilty.
Class 50GERANIUM IN POT – ANY COLOUR
Pot not exceeding 30cms.
Class 51FOLIAGE PLANT IN POT EXCLUDING FERN
Pot not exceeding 30cms.
Class 52FLOWERING HOUSE PLANT EXCLUDING GERANIUM
Pot not exceeding 30cms. Sponsored by Mrs. Joy Lombard, Tullineasky, Clonakilty.
Class 53PELARGONIUM – ANY COLOUR
Pot not exceeding 30cms. Sponsored by Ms. Mary White, 4 Wayside, Tawnies Lower, Clonakilty.
Class 54FERN – ANY VARIETY
Pot not exceeding 30cms.
Class 55CACTUS – ANY VARIETY
Pot not exceeding 30cms.

Garden Produce

Class 56SIX GOOSEBERRIES
Class 57SIX STALKS OF RHUBARB – BEST QUALITY
Class 58SIX STRAWBERRIES

Senior Domestic Classes

Class 59HOMEMADE RICH FRUIT CAKE
The Lily Eedy Memorial Cup and Class Prize. Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10; 4th - €5.
Class 60HOMEMADE SULTANA CAKE
Sponsored by Ella Hurley, Cahirconway.
Class 61HOMEMADE MARBLE CAKE
Class 62HOMEMADE LEMON DRIZZLE CAKE
Special Prize: The John Lowney Jewellers Special Prize.
Class 63HOMEMADE GINGER CAKE
Special Prize: The John Lowney Jewellers Special Prize.
Class 64HOMEMADE 4 EGG PLAIN SPONGE SANDWICH
Butter filled, not iced. Sponsored by Pat & Phily Mary Beechinor, Cahir, Lyre, Clonakilty.
Class 65HOMEMADE SWISS ROLL – JAM FILLED
Class 66HOMEMADE COFFEE MADERIA SANDWICH - DECORATED
Sponsored by Ms. Ellen O’Mahony, Mountain, Ardfield, Clonakilty.
Class 67FOUR (4) HOMEMADE QUEEN CAKES NOT DECORATED
Sponsored by Mr. Aidan Scally, Centra Supermarket, Clonakilty.
Class 68FOUR DECORATED HOME-MADE BISCUITS/COOKIES – ANY VARIETY
Class 69FOUR HOMEMADE BISCUIT CAKE / ROCKIE ROADS
Class 70HOMEMADE APPLE/RHUBARB TART
Short crust pastry. Sponsored by Ms. Helen Nyhan, Reacarrigeen, Ballinascarthy.
Class 71HOMEMADE TEA BRACK – BAKED IN A LOAF TIN
Class 72HOMEMADE SEED CAKE
Class 73HOMEMADE BANANA BREAD
Class 74FOUR HOMEMADE SULTANA SCONES
Sponsored by Mrs. Ina Helen, Droumgarriffe, Clonakilty.
Class 75FOUR HOMEMADE PLAIN WHITE SCONES
Sponsored by Mr. Aidan Scally, Centra Supermarket, Clonakilty.
Class 76FOUR HOMEMADE BROWN SODA SCONES
Sponsored by Mr. Aidan Scally, Centra Supermarket, Clonakilty.
Class 77HOMEMADE BROWN SODA CAKE
Class 78HOMEMADE WHITE SODA CAKE
Sponsored by Mrs. Hillary O’Sullivan, Garrendruig, Kilbrittain. Special prize The Sarah Lovell Special Prize.
Class 79HOMEMADE HEALTH LOAF
Class 80HOMEMADE GLUTEN FREE BROWN CAKE
Special Prize from Kitty Moyles.
Class 81HOMEMADE SAVOURY TART/QUICHE
Class 82AFTERNOON TEA FOR TWO
Eight items, two items of each. The items to be displayed on a cake stand. No settings required. All items to be homemade by the exhibitor. Exhibits are displayed at owner’s risk. Prize Money: 1st - €20; 2nd - €15; 3rd - €10; 4th - €5.

Jams

Class 83ONE POT OF HOMEMADE CHUTNEY / RELISH
Class 84ONE POT OF HOMEMADE JAM - ANY VARIETY
Class 85ONE POT OF HOMEMADE MARMALADE
Class 86HOMEMADE CORDIAL

Poultry

Class 87SIX HEN EGGS – ANY COLOUR
Class 88SIX BANTAM EGGS
Class 89SIX DUCK EGGS

Senior Arts & Crafts
(No purchased items)

Class 90HAND-KNIT GARMENT IN FANCY STITCH
Sponsored by AB Designs, Pearse Street, Clonakilty.
Class 91ANY HAND KNITTED GARMENT SUITABLE FOR A PRE-SCHOOL CHILD
Class 92CROCHET
Any article in wool or cotton thread. Sponsored by Mrs. Angela Beechinor, Sleaveen, Clonakilty.
Class 93ANY HAND-KNIT ITEM
Class 94ANY ITEM OF PATCHWORK
Sponsored by Mrs. Sheila Jennings, Ballyduvane, Clonakilty
Class 95HANDMADE CUSHION
Class 96ANY ITEM IN TAPESTRY OR EMBROIDERY
Sponsored by Mrs. Eileen O’Leary, Castleview, Clonakilty.
Class 97ANY ARTICLE OF LACE
Special Prize: The Joan Keohane Memorial Cup.
Class 98HOMEMADE SENSORY/ FIDDLE PLAYMAT.
Sponsored by Burke By Design, Pearse Street, Clonakilty.
Class 99DECORATIVE ITEM MADE FROM WOOD
The item not to exceed 70 cms high and base not to exceed 30 cms square. Sponsored by Mrs. Helen Kingston, Templebryan, Clonakilty.
Class 100SPECIAL CLASS FOR THE DAY CARE CENTRES
No entry fee required.
Class 101HOMEMADE ARTICLE FOR WHICH NO SPECIAL CLASS IS PROVIDED
Class 102ART
Picture painted in oils. Pictures can be framed or mounted. Special prize: Michael and Ina Condon Memorial Perpetual Cup.
Class 103ART
Picture painted in any medium excluding oils. Pictures can be framed or mounted. Sponsored by Laurence Coughlan Bookshop, Clonakilty.
Class 104MINDFUL COLOURING / ADULT COLOURING – Max Size A4 Mounted
Class 105THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & VIRGINIA SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT The Fleetwood Paints All Ireland Amateur Painting Competition Kindly Sponsored by Fleetwood Irelands Paint Company
Rules & Conditions: Paintings must be the sole work of the exhibitor who must have amateur status. Paintings to depict an Agricultural or Rural setting. Paintings must measure no more than 26”X 20” not including the frame. All Paintings must be ready to hang, that is framed and with a hanging cord attached. The Judges decision will be final. All entries to be exhibited at owners risk. All entries to have amateur status as defined by the following (a) Not to have had a commercial solo exhibition (b) Not to have exhibited in a commercial gallery (c) Not to be teaching or have taught art in any form. To avoid any confusion would exhibitors please print their name & phone No on a label & attach to back of Painting. These rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A Rules. Entry Fee: To qualifying Show €3. To Final €6. PRIZES: 1st: €300 2nd: €200 3rd: €100. 4th: €50. FINAL VIRGINIA SHOW – Wednesday 21st August 2019.

Senior Photography
Exhibitors please note in the interest of protecting the photographs, exhibitors are asked to mount their photograph on cardboard or any type of paper but not framed.

Open to everyone including Camera Club members

Class 106NATURE - ENLARGE AND MOUNTED BUT NOT FRAMED
Class 107LANDSCAPES/ SEASCAPES - ENLARGED AND MOUNTED BUT NOT FRAMED
Class 108SPORTS - ENLARGED AND MOUNTED BUT NOT FRAMED
Class 109ANY SUBJECT - ENLARGED AND MOUNTED BUT NOT FRAMED
Class 110BLACK AND WHITE PRINT - ANY SUBJECT - ENLARGED AND MOUNTED BUT NOT FRAMED

Classes 109 – 118  Camera Club members excluded

Class 111ANIMALS / BIRDS/ INSECTS – MAX SIZE 7" X 5"
Class 112SUMMERTIME – MAX SIZE 7” X 5”
Class 113PICTORIAL – MAX SIZE 7” X 5”
Class 114SKY – MAX SIZE 7” X 5”
Class 115AGRICULTURAL SCENE – MAX SIZE 7” X 5”
Class 116DOORS / WINDOWS - MAX SIZE 7" X 5"
Class 117LANDSCAPE / SEASCAPE – MAX SIZE 7” X 5”
Class 118FLOWERS – MAX SIZE 7” X 5”
Class 119ANY SUBJECT - MAX SIZE 7” x 5”

Black & White print – open to everyone
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SCHOOL ART COMPETITION

No Entry Fees for Classes 01 – 08
Exhibits to be handed into the Cork County Council Library in Clonakilty on or before Friday, 17th May 2019
ONLY 1 ENTRY PER CLASS PER EXHIBITOR
PRESENTATION OF PRIZES AND COLLECTION OF ART WORK – Presentation of prizes and the collection of artwork will take place on Sunday, 9th June 2019 at 5.00 pm at Clonakilty Agricultural Show in the Art Exhibition Hall @ 5.00 pm.
Prizes for 1st to 10th in each section

Class 01ART – PLAYSCHOOLS – UNDER FOUR YEARS ON THE 1st JANUARY 2019
Animals / Birds / Insects – a collage of an animal / bird / Insect mounted on A4 Card. A variety of materials can be used for the collage. A gluing exercise, template can be drawn by the teacher
Class 02ART – PLAYSCHOOLS – FOUR YEARS AND OVER ON THE 1ST JANUARY 2019
Animals / Birds / Insects – a collage of an animal / bird / Insect mounted on A4 Card. A variety of materials can be used for the collage. A gluing exercise, template can be drawn by the teacher
Class 03ART – INFANTS TO 2ND CLASS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Picture, drawing or painting any medium. A4 Size (29.7cm X 21.0cm). No Mount Allowed. You can use any type of paper – white, coloured, rough or smooth. A theme must be selected from the list given.
Categories:
A Junior & Senior Infants Primary Classes
B 1st & 2nd Primary Classes
Themes: Animals / Birds / Insects / The Farmyard / The Street / The Park / Sport / Seaside / Environment.
Class 04ART – 3rd to 6th CLASS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Picture, drawing or painting any medium. A4 Size (29.7cm X 21.0cm). No Mount Allowed. You can use any type of paper – white, coloured, rough or smooth. Theme – Play Safe – Road & Water.
C Third & Fourth Classes
D Fifth & Sixth Classes.
Class 05ART – SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Picture, drawing or painting any medium. You can use any type and size of paper – white, coloured, rough or smooth. Competitors can select their own theme.
Class 06COMPUTER AIDED DRAWING – PRIMARY SCHOOL
The best poster made on a computer. Subject “Road Safety”. A4 Size (29.7cm X 21.0cm). No Mount Allowed.
E 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes
F 4th, 5th and 6th Classes.
Class 07HAND WRITING
4 Lines of the Nursery Rhyme “I’m a Little Teapot” on a Copy Book Page (A5 Size). No Mount Allowed. Judged on the handwriting only.

“I'm a little teapot
Short and stout
Here is my handle
Here is my spout”

G Junior & Senior Infants Primary Schools
H 1st & 2nd Classes Primary Schools
I 3rd & 4th Classes Primary Schools
J 5th & 6th Classes Primary Schools.
Class 08BOOKMARK – PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
The work may be drawn or painted. Theme – Open.
K 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes Primary School
L 4th, 5th and 6th Classes Primary School.

POULTRY CLASSES

CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES – MONDAY 21 MAY 2018
JUDGING @ 11.00 AM ON SUNDAY, 10th JUNE 2018
BIRDS MUST BE IN THEIR CAGES BY 10.30 AM
Entry Fee €3
Prize Money: 1st €10, 2nd €8, 3rd €6

Class 01BANTAM HARD FEATHER
Class 02BANTAM HEAVY SOFT FEATHER
Class 03BANTAM LIGHT SOFT FEATHER
Class 04TRUE BANTAM
Class 05LARGE HARD FEATHER
Class 06LARGE HEAVY SOFT FEATHER
Class 07LARGE LIGHT SOFT FEATHER
Class 08JUNIOR UNDER 14 YEARS EXHIBITOR
Class 09BEST CROSSBRED BIRD
Class 10BEST MOTHER & CHICK
Class 11DUCK
Class 12BEST CROSSBRED DUCK
Class 13GOOSE / GANDER
Class 14BEST IN SHOW – BANTAM, LARGE AND WATERFOWL
Class 15THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & SWINFORD SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT THE ALL IRELAND MALE BANTAM CHICKEN CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL AND THE ALL IRELAND FEMALE BANTAM CHICKEN CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
Class 16THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & SWINFORD SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT THE ALL IRELAND MALE BANTAM CHICKEN CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL AND THE ALL IRELAND FEMALE BANTAM CHICKEN CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL