8 December 2022 - Flipbook - Page 27
Lisburn was the
for the Littlestar
Award. He was
by Holstein NI
Simmental club raises £6,200
20 years as
John, and his
to mark the
at presentation dinner
LEFT: Prize winners in the junior section of the
annual herds inspectition competition include, from
left, Stephen Montgomery, George Mitchell, and sons
Steven and Alexander.
RUAS MAY SHOW AT BALMORAL
The Holstein Friesian Perpetual Challenge Cup,
awarded to the supreme champion: Stephen
The Cooper Memorial Trophy, awarded to
the junior female champion: Sam and John
The Craigbet-Rosan Trophy, awarded to the
winner of the production class: Iain McLean and
The Wilson Cup, awarded to the exhibitor
gaining the most points: Iain McLean and Family.
The Bibby Salver, awarded on a points system
taking in the RUAS May show and selected
Provincial shows: Iain McLean and Family.
The Barbican Crystal Award, for the best pair
of females bred by exhibitor: Iain McLean and
RUAS WINTER FAIR AT BALMORAL
The Channon Heenan Memorial Trophy,
awarded to the breeder gaining the most points
at the 2016 RUAS Winter Fair: Sam and John
2016/17 CLUB SHOWS AND SALES
John Thompson and Sons Ltd Perpetual
Challenge Cup, awarded to the champion at the
December bull show and sale at Kilrea: Harry
Patton and Sons.
The Magheralave Cup, for the female champion
at the December show and sale at Dungannon:
Sam and John McCormick.
The Clogher Perpetual Cup, for the female
champion at the March show and sale at
Dungannon: Charlie Weir.
The McCall Salver, awarded on a points system
at the club’s heifer shows and sales: Sam and
The Ravenhill Milk Quality Trophy, for the
highest PLI bull at the November show and sale
at Dungannon: Ronald McLean and Sons.
The Milk Quality Trophy, for the highest PLI
bull at the February bull show and sale at
Dungannon: Sam and John McCormick.
NOVEMBER 09 2017
CUP: The ND Berry Cup for the highest placed
competitor over 18 at the national linear competition
was Matthew McLean, Bushmills. Presenting the award
is IFHA president Kathleen Watson.
The Norbrook Laboratories Perpetual Challenge
Cup, for the champion bull at the February show
and sale at Kilrea: Philip and Simon Haffey.
CLUB JUDGING COMPETITION
The Kerr Cup, awarded to the best young judge
at the club’s annual stockjudging competition:
The Smyth Shield, awarded to the overall winner
of the club’s annual stockjudging competition:
HOLSTEIN YOUNG BREEDERS’ CLUB AWARDS
The Ashgrove Cup, for the highest placed
competitor at the national judging competition:
Future Genetics Trophy, awarded to the young
breeder who contributed most to the success of
the organisation: John McLean.
The Automart YMA Trophy, awarded to the
presidents medal nominee: Kate Richardson.
The ND Berry Cup, awarded to the highest
placed competitor (over 18) at the National
Linear Assessment: Matthew McLean.
Cup, awarded to the highest placed competitor
(under 18) at the National Linear Assessment:
Smiddiehill Trophy, presented to the Littlestar
Award nominee: Tom McKnight.
Hamish Logan Trophy, awarded to the champion
handler at the HYB Calf Show: Lauren Henry.
Ulster Bank Perpetual Trophy, awarded to the
reserve champion handler at the HYB Calf
Show: Tom McKnight.
HYB Rosebowl, awarded to the supreme
champion calf: Iain McLean and Family.
Florrie Wilson Cup, awarded to the exhibitorbred calf champion: Iain McLean and Family.
McCann Shield, awarded to the reserve
champion calf: Harry Patton and Sons.
HE Northern Ireland
Breeders’ Club has
presented a cheque for
£6,200 to the National
Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Children
The money is the
proceeds of the club’s
annual charity barbecue
and auction held recently
in Dungannon Rugby Club.
chairman of the NSPCC’s
breeders for their generous
“We are overwhelmed!
This is a tremendous
amount of money and we
can’t thank you enough
for your generosity.
The money will benefit
more than 3,000 primary
school children from all
over Northern Ireland.
The NSPCC’s volunteerled ‘Speak Out Stay Safe’
programme is aimed at
children aged 5-11 years
“Fully trained staff visit
schools and conduct
workshops aimed at
providing children with
the knowledge and
understanding they need
to stay safe from abuse
PRESENTATION: Leslie Weatherup, treasurer, and Matthew
Cunning, chairman, NI Simmental Cattle Breeders’ Club, are
pictured presenting a cheque for £6,200 to Jennifer Hobson,
chairman, NSPCC’s Dungannon fundraising committee.
Picture: Julie Hazelton
The programme has
far-reaching effects and
encourages children to
speak out to safeguard
Concluding, Mrs Hobson
said: “On behalf of the
committee I would like to
extend our condolences
to the NI Simmental Club
on the loss of its highly
member Thelma Gorman.
We were deeply saddened
to hear of her passing.
We had the pleasure of
working with Thelma at the
barbecue in August and
she was a real inspiration.
“Thelma kept us
organised in the kitchen
and was the linchpin of a
very enjoyable night which
raised £6,200 for NSPCC.”
Club chairman Matthew
Cunning expressed his
thanks to everyone who
supported this year’s
barbecue and charity