Entry fee – €15 Prizes: 1st – €150; 2nd – €100; 3rd – €50
Kindly Sponsored by Carnaross Sand and Gravel

Entry fee – €15 Prizes: A Prize of €100 will be awarded to the 1st three placed mares and foals.
Each mare and her foal will be judged as a unit. (60% for the mare and 40% for the foal)
Kindly Sponsored by Ballymacad Hunt

Part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing Championship Series
Subject to approval of HIS
Prize Fund €2,500
Sponsored by: Malthouse Bar & Restaurant & Briggs Fashions (All of Mountbellew)

Rules and Conditions:

  1. This competition is open to Traditional Irish Horse (TIH) foals registered or eligible to be registered as ISH TIH, with recorded breeding.
  2. Warm blooded breeding is not permitted in this competition. Foals can only have the following breeds recorded in their pedigree: Irish Sport Horse; Irish Draught; Thoroughbred; Connemara Pony.
  3. Two Foals – one colt and one filly – may be selected to qualify for the final if the judgers and the I.S.A. agree the standard is high enough.
  4. Foals must be led at all times.
  5. Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the final must have the mare’s passport available for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
  6. Passports & Microchips should be read by a veterinarian surgeon at the Final.
  7. Foals qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other class at the show in where the final is held.

These rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A. Rules

Prize Fund For Final:
Colt: 1st – €400, 2nd – €250, 3rd – 150, 4th – €100, 5th – 8th (Incl.) – €50
Filly: 1st – €400, 2nd – €250, 3rd – 150, 4th – €100, 5th – 8th (Incl.) – €50

ENTRY FEE: To Qualifying Show €10. To Final €20
Colt & Fillies will be judged separately at Final.

Sir Henry Grattan Bellew Salver will be presented to the overall Champion Foal. A replica of the Salver will be given to the winner.
The Runner-up foal will receive a cup.
A prize will be presented for the combination of Best Turned-Out Foal and Most Suitably Dressed Handler.
FINAL: MOUNTBELLOW SHOW – Saturday 3rd September 2022

Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €70; 3rd – €50.
Kindly Sponsored by Smiths Tile Depot, Lismeen

Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €70; 3rd – €50
Kindly Sponsored by JP Brady Topline, Virginia

Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €60; 3rd – €40.
Kindly sponsored by Rita Martin Solicitor, Virginia

Part of the Horse Sport Ireland Showing Championship series
Sponsored by HORSE SPORT IRELAND
Prize fund – €1,000

Rules & Conditions

  1. This competition is open to animals, with the breed code I.D., registered in The Irish Draught Horse Studbook (or a harmonised Irish Draught Studbook) with recorded breeding.
  2. If the Foal’s passport is not to hand, the mare’s passport must be ready for inspection prior to entry to the Judging Ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification. Foals must be led at all times.
  3. Passports (and Microchips if applicable) should be read by a Vet at the Final.
  4. One Foal from the selected Shows may qualify for the final if the judges and The I.S.A. agreed that the standard is high enough.
    One of the judges at the qualifying Show must be from the I.D.H. Judges List.
  5. Foals qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other Class at the Show where the Final is held.

These Rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A. Rules.

Prizes for the Final – 1st – €500; 2nd – €200; 3rd – €100; 4th – €100; 5th – €50; 6th – €50

ENTRY FEE to Qualifying Show – €10. To Final – €20

A prize will be presented to the best turned-out Foal and Most Suitably Dressed Handler

FINAL: BALLINASLOE SHOW – Saturday 25th September 2022

Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €70; 3rd – €50
Kindly Sponsored by Ford Autopark, Cavan

Entry fee – €10 Prize: 1st – 100; 2nd – €70; 3rd – €50

Open to 1st & 2nd Prize winners in Classes 1 & 6

Crystal & Rosette to be presented to the Champion & rosette to Reserve

Open to 1st & 2nd Prize Winners in Classes 4, 5, 8 & 9
Rosette and the Terry Dunne Memorial Perpetual Trophy will be presented to the Champion and Rosette to reserve.

CLASSES 12-14 Entry fee - €10 Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €70; 3rd - €50

If there are 3 or more entries of 1 year old in this Class, they will be judged separately.
Kindly Sponsored by Thomas Mc Gibney Accountant

Kindly Sponsored by Lisgrey House

Animals shown in this Class not be allowed to enter any other in-hand Class at the 2022 Show.
Kindly Sponsored by Clarkes Garage, Sales and Recovery

Piece of Crystal & Rosette will be presented to the Champion.

Kindly Sponsored by Terry Gilsenan Farm Machinery Entry fee – €10. Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €70; 3rd – €50

Kindly Sponsored by Lisgrey House
Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €70; 3rd – €50

Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €70; 3rd – €50
Please note the animal that wins this Class may not be shown in Class 20
Kindly Sponsored by John Conaty Agri Parts

Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €70; 3rd – €50

Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €70; 3rd – €50
Kindly Sponsored by – Lisgrey House

The Wilkie Lyttle Memorial Cup presented by his family to be presented to the Champion and a Rosette to the Reserve Champion.

(Irish Draught, Half-Breds and Connemara’s are excluded from this Section)

Entry fee – €10. Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €60; 3rd – €40
Also, the Anna & TJ O’Reilly, Perpetual Cup to winner.

Entry fee – €8. Prizes: 1st – €80; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30

€40
If there are 4 or more entries two years old and under in this Class they will be judged separately.
Kindly Sponsored by Lakeside Manor

Entry Fee: €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €60; 3rd – €40
Kindly Sponsored by Hanley Taite Partnership

Entry fee, €8. Prizes: 1st – €80; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30
Kindly Sponsored by Kill Co-Op

Open to 1st & 2nd Prize-winners in Classes 22-26. Show Committee will present a Piece of Crystal & Rosette to the Champion and Rosette to Reserve Champion.

Entry fee – €8. Prizes: 1st – €80; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30
Kindly Sponsored by Frazer Hardware

All riders must wear full safety gear.
CLASSES 29-34 Entry fee - €6. Prizes: 1st - €60; 2nd - €40; 3rd - €20

Kindly Sponsored by Eddie O’Reilly, Corner Shop

Kindly Sponsored by Gerry Fitzsimons Plumbing

Kindly Sponsored by NKN Lynch Construction

Kindly Sponsored by Maudabawn Co-Op

Kindly Sponsored by Keatings Garage

Kindly Sponsored by Nugentstown Collection Services

The James Lyttle Memorial Cup presented by his family for the Best Pony in the
‘To Be-Ridden’ Classes. Also, Champion and Reserve Rosettes

(Riding Ponies to be shown in Hand)
All Riders to wear Full Safety Gear

No child under 14 years on 1st January of current year may lead a pony in any of the Breeding and Youngstock Classes.

The Class will be judged as follows: Dress and appearance of child, knowledge of pony/horse husbandry.
Ability to handle and present pony/horse to its best advantage in the Show Ring.

Entry fee – €6. Prizes: 1st – €30 & Trophy; 2nd – €20 &Trophy; 3rd – €10 & Trophy; Trophies to the end of line
(Rule 20 does not apply)

Kindly Sponsored by Fintan Cahill Auctioneers

Kindly Sponsored by Multitech Design

Kindly Sponsored by Tractor Motors
Pony Brood Mare, 3 years old and over, 148ms and under in foal or with foal at foot
by a Pony Stallion, with studbook qualifications. In the case of a Brood Mare
without a foal at foot, covering sire must be named and certificate produced.

Kindly Sponsored by Oldcastle Labs

Kindly Sponsored by The Rural Hub

Kindly Sponsored by Sean McEvoy Accountant

Kindly Sponsored by Martin Shortt

Rosettes to all exhibitors in this Class.

Please note Young Handler Class no 36

Entry fee – €6. Prizes: 1st – €60; 2nd – €40; 3rd – €20
Kindly Sponsored by Virginia Show

Permission must be obtained from Virginia Show before showing a stallion.

CLASSES 46-49

Entry fee – €8. Prizes: 1st – €70; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30
Kindly Sponsored by Geraldine O’Reilly Auctioneers

Entry fee – €8. Prizes: 1st – €70; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30
Kindly Sponsored by CA Event Hire

Sponsored by Parkmore Equestrian Centre, Ballinasloe
& Fr Christy McCormack
Prize Fund: €1,000

Rules & Conditions:

This Championship is confined to Registered Connemara Three-Year-Old Fillies. The progeny of Registered Connemara Sire & Registered Connemara Dam.

Exhibitors in both the Qualifier and the Final must have the CPBS Passport ready for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this Rule will lead to immediate disqualification.

More than one Filly may be selected at any qualifying Show to compete in the Final providing the judges and the ISA agree the standard warrants such selection.

One of the Judges at the Final must be from the CPBS judges list.

Ponies qualified for Final are NOT to enter any other Class at Ballinasloe Show.

Plaiting of mane and tails is not allowed for the Qualifier or Final.

These Rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A. Rules.

Prize Fund:
1st – €300 * 2nd – €200 * 3rd – €150* 4th – €125 * 5th – €100 * 6th – €100 *
Entry Fee: €20

FINAL: BALLINASLOE SHOW – 25th September 2022

Entry fee – €8. Prizes: 1st – €70; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30

Entry fee – €8. Prizes: 1st – €70; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30
Kindly Sponsored by Anglo Autos

Open to 1st & 2nd Prize-winners in Classes 46,47,49 & 50
Rosettes for Champion & Reserve.

Open to 1st & 2nd Prize-winners in Classes 36-50 EXCLUDING CLASS 48
Rosettes will be presented to the Champion/Reserve Champion.
Also, the William Cranston Memorial Trophy, kindly presented by his family for the best Pony in the ‘SHOWN IN HAND’ Section.

Please note young handler Class no 36

For the James J. Delaney Perpetual Trophy presented by his daughter Doreen Delaney Hoga

(38ins and under)
Please note young handler Class no 36

CLASSES 55 - 58 Entry fee - €6. Prizes: 1st - €60; 2nd - €40; 3rd - €20

Kindly Sponsored by Gulf Oils, Sligo

Kindly Sponsored by Cavan Agri, Belturbet

Kindly Sponsored by Elphin Mart

Open to 1st & 2nd Prize-winners in Classes 55-58 Rosettes to Champion & Reserve

THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & BALLINASLOE SHOW SOCIETY PRESENTS:
The All-Ireland Donkey Mare & Foal Championship
Sponsored by: Gerry Strong & John Harney
Prize Fund: €600

Rules and Conditions

This Championship is for Donkey Mare with Foal at foot.

All Exhibitors must have the Dams passport, (in accordance with EU legislation for all entries which includes Donkeys), ready for inspection at the Qualifying Show and Final.

Two Donkeys may qualify if the Judges & the I.S.A. agree that the standard is high enough.

These rules should be read in conjunction with the ISA Rules.

Qualifier winners are not eligible for Show Championships.

Entry Fees: Qualifying show €7 to Final €10

Prizes: 1st – €200; 2nd – €150; 3rd – €100; 4th – €75; 5th – €50 6th – €25

A prize will be presented for the Combination of Best Turned-out Donkey and
Most Suitably Dressed Handler at the Final

FINAL: BALLINASLOE SHOW: SUNDAY 25th September 2022

Kindly Sponsored by Gem Oils

Open to 1st & 2nd Prize-winners in Classes 61-63 Rosettes to Champion & Reserve
Virginia Show Thank the Minister & Department of Agriculture for their grant towards the cost of our Insurance and also acknowledge the generous grant from the Minister& Department of Rural & Community Development towards the safe running of the Show.

(NOTE: Rule 20 applies all the way through except where stated.)

JUDGING COMMENCES AT 11.00 a.m. SHARP

Unless animals are entered in the Catalogue and a signed entry form, they will not be allowed in the Show.

The Irish Shows Association would advise all Animal owners who have their Animals Insured to have the Insurance cover extended to cover them while showing animals at Shows. We understand that it cost very little or nothing at all depending on whom you have Insurance cover with.

All correct & appropriate numbers must be attached to animals before Judging;
if not, No Prize Money will be awarded.

Animal Health Status
T.B:

1.All animals must come from herds that are not restricted and have had a clear herd test within the previous twelve months. Animals over 6 weeks of age must have a T.B. test within 12 calendar months of the date of the Show.
2.All animals must bear a double approved ear tag.
3.Exhibitors of cattle are required to obtain a Certificate of Compliance prior to the movement of an animal to a Show. Certificates of Compliance can be obtained online from the Animal Identification and Movement (AIM) system through the www.agfood.ie facility or from the Cattle Movement Notification Agency. When applying for a Certificate of Compliance, keepers should not specify a destination herd. On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary. The keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the Movement Notification section of the Certificate which will then be sent to the local DVO for recording onto the AIM system. Please note that only cattle for which a valid Certificate of Compliance is provided to the Show Secretary will be allowed to be shown on the day of the Show.
4.The keeper of cattle coming from the North of Ireland to Shows should contact the relevant authorities in Northern Ireland and the show contact their local DVO for guidelines further guidelines available on request.

Animals in classes where weight applies must be weighed before 10.45am and any animal found to be over the weight for a class can then be entered into a higher weight class. Only 1 weighing per animal on the day.

No Animal entered in The Baileys Cow Competition this year, may be entered in the Open Dairy section of Virginia Show. No animal entered in the Open Dairy section may be stalled with the Baileys Animals.

Judging of stockperson commences in Ring 1 at 10.30am sharp.

The IHFA Young Members Association (YMA) Showmanship League 2022
Qualifying points awarded for 1st to 6th place towards the Grand Final at the National Dairy Show, Millstreet in October. Calves to be size appropriate.

Entry fee classes 65-67 - €5. Prizes: 1st - €30; 2nd - €20; 3rd - €10;

The above Classes will be judged as follows: Dress and appearance of handler, knowledge of their animal and ability to handle and present the animal to its best advantage in the Show Ring.

The above Classes will be judged as follows: Dress and appearance of handler, knowledge of their animal and ability to handle and present the animal to its best advantage in the Show Ring.

The above Classes will be judged as follows: Dress and appearance of handler, knowledge of their animal and ability to handle and present the animal to its best advantage in the Show Ring.

Vouchers may be awarded in lieu of money in any class.

CLASSES 68-72 Kindly Sponsored by Lurgan Agri Supplies
Entry fee - €10 Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €50; 3rd - €30

presented to the Champion and rosette to reserve.
Also €100 to Champion & €50 to reserve
Kindly Sponsored by Shane P. & Elisha O’Reilly

Vouchers may be awarded in lieu of money in any class.
Entry fee in classes 73- 85 - €10
Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €60; 3rd - €40 unless otherwise stated

Kindly Sponsored by Half Carton Dairy Herd

Kindly Sponsored by Progressive Genetics

Entry fee – €10
Prizes: 1st – €300; & Virginia Milk Products Cup; 2nd – €150; 3rd – €70; 4th – 7th €30
A prize of €50 for the best placed animal from a Co. Cavan herd.
Kindly Sponsored by Glanbia Ingredients

Rule 20 does not apply
Kindly Sponsored by Lakeland Diaries

Open to 1st & 2nd Prizes winners in Classes 71-74
Rosette and perpetual trophy will be presented to the Champion and rosette to Reserve.
Kindly Sponsored by World Wide Sires

Kindly Sponsored by Thompson Feeds

Kindly Sponsored by Corby Rock Mills

Kindly Sponsored by Flynn’s Garage, Virginia

First prize winner also receives the Francis O’Reilly Cup
Kindly Sponsored by Eurogene

Rule 20 does not apply
Prizes; 1st – €150; 2nd – €100; 3rd – €50
Kindly Sponsored by Lakeland Dairies

Kindly Sponsored by Lakeland Dairies

Open to 1st & 2nd Prizes winners in Classes 77-80. Rosettes and trophy will be presented to the Champion and reserve. Lakeland Dairies will present €200 to the Champion and €100 the reserve.
Virginia Show Committee will also present a Cup to the Champion.

A special prize for the cow with the best udder in Dairy Classes.
Kindly sponsored by The Gaynor Family of Mullaghlands Herd.

Open to Champion & Reserve in classes 70 & 82
Sash will be presented to the winner
€100 to Champion & €50 to reserve
Kindly Sponsored by McNamara’s Feeds

Animals in classes where weight applies must be weighed before 10.45am and any animal found to be over the weight for a class can then be entered into a higher weight class.
Only 1 weighing per animal on the day.

Judging of Cattle Commences in Ring 2 at 11am Sharp

Classes 89-91: entry fee - €10 Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €50; 3rd - €30

Judging of Young Stockperson in Ring 2 at 10.30 am sharp.

Entry fee – €2 Prizes; Trophies to all taking part
Kindly Sponsored by Oldcastle Co-Op

Entry fee – €5 Prizes: 1st – €30; 2nd – €20; 3rd – €10
Kindly Sponsored by Oldcastle Co-Op

The Young Stockperson competition is open to boys and girls who have reached the age of twelve years on the 1st of January in the current year, but have not reached the age of sixteen years on that date.
Each class will be judged as follows:
Animals must be of the Beef Type; Under 450kg
The Class will be judged as follows: Dress and appearance of the stock person; knowledge of animal husbandry; knowledge of what traits animal needs for their purpose; ability to handle and present the animal to its best advantage in the Show Ring.

Kindly Sponsored by McCabes Feeds, Canningstown

The winner will also receive the Harry McQuade Memorial Perpetual Crystal
Trophy

Kindly Sponsored by IFA Cavan/Monaghan

Kindly Sponsored by Louis McAuley Animal Feeds

The winner will also receive the “Eddie Murphy Perpetual Cup”, presented by his daughter Nuala Murphy Gilsenan.

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Must be sired by non-Continental Bull.

Animal entered in Continental Classes not Eligible

Classes 95 – 98 Entry Fee - €10 Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €50; 3rd - €30

Kindly Sponsored by Gillick Transport Ltd.

Kindly Sponsored by AW Ennis

Judging commences at 11.00am sharp

Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – 100; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30

Judging commences at 11.00am sharp.

Classes 100-102 Entry fee - €10 Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €50; 3rd - €30

under 2years old on 1st September 2022
Kindly Sponsored by Rosehill Motors, Mullagh

Winner will also receive Austin Soden Cup
Kindly Sponsored by AXA insurance

Kindly Sponsored by Eirgrid

Perpetual Challenge Cup, €50 & Rosette to Champion & Rosette to Reserve

Open to all Pedigree Angus cattle.
Judging commences after the Hereford Classes.

Classes 104-107 Entry fee - €10 Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €50; 3rd - €30

Kindly Sponsored by Paudie Cooney Meal Bins

Kindly Sponsored in memory of the Late Adam Edgar, Judge and Angus Breeder

Kindly Sponsored by Matt Reilly Tractors

Kindly Sponsored by Maudabawn Co-Op

This is open to 1st and 2nd prize winners in above Angus Classes. The Irish Aberdeen Angus Association will present the Champion Aberdeen Angus animal with a special commemorative medal. This animal must be registered in the Herd Book of the Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society.
Rosette & €50 will be presented to Champion and €20 & Rosette to Reserve.
Rosettes will be presented for the Champion and Reserve Champion of the Show.

Classes 109-113 confined to North-Eastern Charolais Club members
Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €50; 3rd - €30 unless stated

Confined to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Payment to be made to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Confined to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Payment to be made to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Confined to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Payment to be made to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Confined to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Payment to be made to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Prizes: Champion – €100 & the Bothwell Cup; Reserve €50

Virginia Show Open Charolais Classes 114-117
Entry fee – €10 Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30

Confined to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Payment to be made to North-Eastern Charolais Club members

Classes 114-117
Entry fee - €10 Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €50; 3rd - €30

Kindly Sponsored By Clerkin Veterinary Hospital, Virginia

Kindly Sponsored By Clerkin Veterinary Hospital, Virginia

under 2years old on 1st September 2022

Kindly Sponsored By Clerkin Veterinary Hospital, Virginia

Open to 1st and 2nd of Classes 114 – 117 only
The Francie Brady Memorial Perpetual Cup, €300 and Rosette will be presented to the Champion and €100 to Reserve if more than 5 breeders taking part in Classes.

Kindly Sponsored by Eye Contact Tullamore, Silverhill Farm Foods and Brady Family members.

Judging commences at 11.00 am sharp.
Entry fee Classes 119-132 - €10
Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €50; 3rd - €30; 4th - €20

All calves must be born in herds in the North east region as defined by the
Irish Limousin Cattle Society. Society weight rules apply.

Open to 1st and 2nd prize winners of Class 122 and Class 123.
Champion – €75 and Reserve – €50

Open to 1st and 2nd prize winners of Class 125 and Class 126
Champion – €75 and Reserve – €50

Open to Male Calf Champion and reserve and Female Champion and Reserve.
Champion – €100 and Reserve – €75

Open to all 1st prize winners from class 119- Class 127
Champion – €100 and Reserve – €50

Entry Fee classes 130-134 - €10 Prizes: 1st - €100; 2nd - €50; 3rd - €30

Kindly Sponsored by PE Services

Kindly Sponsored by McCabes Feed, Canningstown

Kindly Sponsored by AB O’Reilly, Dolan & Cosgrave

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club
Entries for North Eastern Simmental Club Calf Finals 2022
Joe and Seán McGarry, Caldra, Co. Longford
Christopher White, Dermotstown, Ringcommons, Co. Dublin.
Sean and Ryan Callan, Thornford, Broomfield, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan
Seán Brady, Kilkitt, Castleblayney, Co Monaghan.
Anthony Finnegan, Carricuaslane, Annyalla, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan.
Francis Maguire, Main St., Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim.

Seamus and Bernie Leahy, Rathcreevagh, Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath.

Alice A Mullen, Cavancreevy, Castleshane, Co. Monaghan.

The Connolly Family, An Nead, Ardunsaghan, Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim.

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

SPONSORED BY NITROFERT

Open to 1st and 2nd prize winners will compete for the Supreme Simmental Award. Trophy and Sash will be presented to winner. Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

Entries are confined to members of the NE Simmental Club

Open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in Classes 130-142 ONLY
Winner to receive a Perpetual trophy donated by the Burns family in memory the late Eamon Burns, Show Member.

Entry fee – €10. Prizes: 1st – €100; 2nd – €50; 3rd – €30

Open to 1st prize winners in each non-pedigree Commercial Beef Class.
The Jack Love Cup and €150 will be presented to the Champion and €50 to the Reserve

Open to the Champion in each Pedigree Beef breed.
AW Ennis Crystal and €150 will be presented to the Champion and €50 to the Reserve.

Sponsored by Univet Ireland Ltd., Cootehill, Co Cavan & Virginia Show

Rules and Conditions:
the competition is open to all Non-Pedigree Beef Heifers with no more than two permanent teeth on Show Day
this Class is open to all Continental and Non-Continental animals
Passport determines breed and age of the animal
Rule 20 does not apply
Entry Fee €15.
Prizes: 1st – €200 & €200 worth of Product; 2nd – €150 & €150 worth of Product 3rd – €100 & €100 worth of Product; with Product to end of line.

Kindly sponsored by Carnaross Mart, Kells, Co. Meath

Rules And Conditions:
1. The competition is open to Male Calves Non-Pedigree born in 2022. Passport determines the breed and age of calf.
2. Maximum weight for final is 430kgs. Calves will be weighed once
before the competition on the day and weights will be strictly adhered to.
Rule 20 does not apply
Entry fee €20
Prizes: 1st – €600; 2nd – €450; 3rd – €300; 4th – €200; 5th to end of line €50.

Rules and Conditions:
1. The competition is open to Female Calves Non-Pedigree born in 2022. Passport determines the breed and age of calf.
2. Maximum weight for final is 380kgs. Calves will be weighed before the competition on the day and weights will be strictly adhered to.
Rule 20 does not apply
Entry fee €20
Prizes: 1st – €600; 2nd – €450; 3rd – €300; 4th – €200; 5th to end of line €50

Kindly Sponsored by Liffey Meats, Ballyjamesduff

Kindly Sponsored by Liffey Meats, Ballyjamesduff

Rules and Conditions:
1. Open to Beef Bullocks any age on Show Day.
2. No previous winning animal can enter again.
3.Tag number of animal shown must be supplied on entry form otherwise no
prize money will be paid.
Rule 20 does not apply

Judging commences at 3pm

Entry Fee: €20
Prizes: 1st – €700; 2nd – €500; 3rd – €200; 4th – €100; €50 to the end of the line.

Unless animals are entered in the Catalogue and on a signed entry form, they will not be allowed in the Show.

Important notice to Animal Owners who are involved in Showing their animals

The Irish Shows Association would advise all Animal owners who have their Animals Insured to have the Insurance cover extended to cover them while showing animals at Shows. We understand that it can cost very little or nothing at all depending on whom you have Insurance cover with. If you are one of the few who don’t have cover, we would advise that you think about putting it in place for this purpose it may be well worthwhile. The reason for us giving this advice is to protect yourself in the event of your animal lashing out and injuring someone or damaging someone’s property, if that were to happen and it is established that your animal was out of your control you may be held responsible, or partly responsible for any injury or damage caused and end up paying all or part of any settlement reached.

Specific Requirements - Sheep
Identification: All sheep must be individually identified with plastic ear tags issued on accordance with the requirements of the National Sheep Identification System (NSIS).
Movement Documentation: All consignments of sheep being moved must be accompanied by the completed dispatch document. Individual details of each sheep in the consignment must be recorded.
Flock Register: All movements of sheep to and from shows must be recorded in your flock register. Use event code “S”.
Exports (to Member States of the European Union including Northern Ireland)
All sheep must be accompanied by certification a laid down in Directive 91/68/EEC as amended. Organisers are advised to contact their Local District Veterinary Office well in advance of any show where sales may take place to determine the suitability of the show for exports (e.g., premises and sheep status), availability of veterinary staff for export certification and to have the necessary arrangements out in place.

Attendance of sheep from scrapie monitored flocks at shows and sales

Shows between 1st May and 31st October.
Sheep from scrapie monitored flocks will be permitted to attend agricultural shows taking place between May 1st and October 31st without restriction or separation from other categories of sheep.

Shows outside that period
For shows taking place before May 1st or after October 31st, sheep from scrapie monitored or probationary flocks must be separated from other sheep as follows:

There must be complete separation of monitored/probationary sheep from other categories of sheep at the show. Ideally, this would mean a separate entrance and exit for each group, separate loading and unloading areas, separate penning areas for each of the two groups.

In locations where all of the above may not be possible, the minimum requirement would be the separate loading and unloading and also of penning areas. The two areas should be separated by a sheep-free alleyway, at least 12 feet wide. If only one show ring is available, the sheep from the scrapie-monitored flocks must be shown first.

The ‘Patrick Keoghan Cup’ and €75 will be presented to the Champion Pedigree Sheep at the Show and €50 to the Reserve Champion.

The ‘Hugh Faulkner Cup’ will be presented to the Champion Cross-Bred Sheep at the Show.
Kindly presented by the Faulkner family in memory of the late Hugh Faulkner.
Also, Univet vouchers.

Entry Fee in all Sheep Classes- €8 unless otherwise stated.
Prizes: 1st - €60; 2nd - €40; 3rd - €30.

Vouchers may be awarded in lieu of money in any class.
The Champions of each breed will receive a Univet voucher.

PEDIGREE SHEEP PAIRS OF THE SHOW
This Class will be judged at the end of the Pedigree Classes Open to any pair of Pedigree Sheep.

Pair of Sheep must be of same Breed and the property of one owner.

Entry fee – €1. Prize: 1st – €20; 2nd – €10 and €5 to end of line
Kindly Sponsored by Oldcastle Co-op
To be shown by a child under 10yrs on 1st January in current year.

Entry fee – €5. Prizes: 1st – €40; 2nd – €25; 3rd – €20; 4th, to the end of line €10
Kindly Sponsored by Oldcastle Co-op
The Young Stockperson competition is opened to boys and girls, who are between the ages of 10 and 16 years on 1st January of current year. Sheep can be any breed or age. The Class will be judged as follows: Dress and appearance of stock person, knowledge of animal husbandry. Knowledge of what traits animal needs for their purpose. Ability to handle and present the animal best advantage in the Show Ring

(All Pure-bred to be earmarked)

Champion will receive Rosette & Voucher Sponsored by Univet

Champion will receive Rosette & Voucher kindly Sponsored by Univet

Champion will receive Rosette & Voucher

Kindly Sponsored by Irish Charolais Sheep Society

Champion will receive Rosette & Voucher kindly Sponsored by Univet

Champion will receive Rosette & Voucher Sponsored by Univet

Must be registered with Irish Blue Texel Society

Class 173a – Pedigree Ewe Lamb – Product to be added here

Class 174a – Ram Lamb – ADD PRODUCT HERE

(other than breeds previously listed)

Champion will receive Rosette & Voucher Kindly Sponsored by Univet.

Open to any pair of Pedigree Sheep.
Pair of Sheep must be of same Breed and the property of one owner.
(Rule 20 does not apply)
See note at beginning of Classes
Entry fee – €8 Prizes: 1st – €70; 2nd – €40; 3rd – €30
Kindly Sponsored by AW Ennis

The Hugh Faulkner Cup will be presented to the Winner.

Rule 20 does not apply
Note: Sheep entered in this class must be the property of exhibitor.

Rule 20 does not apply
Note: Sheep entered in this class must be the property of exhibitor.

All goats must be individually identified with plastic ear tags issued on accordance with the requirements of the National Goat Identification System (NGIS). All consignments of goats being moved must be accompanied by the completed dispatch document. Goats from non- restricted herds only can be moved to Shows. All movements of goats to and from shows must be recorded
in the keeper’s goat herd register.

Entry fee - €8 in classes 197-201 Prizes:1st - €50; 2nd - €30; 3rd - €20

Kindly sponsored by The Nest Box Egg Company Ltd., Monaghan

Class No. 730
SPONSORED BY: IRISH MARQUEE HIRE LTD

PRIZE FUND: €1,000
Rules and Conditions
The Bantam final is open to all breeds of True & Rare True Bantam Breeding Pairs
i.e., Belgian; Dutch; Japanese; Pekin; Rosecomb; Sebright; Booted; Nankin & Ohiki
No more than two pairs from each qualifying Show will be eligible to compete in the Final.
Individual competitors may qualify no more than one pair for the final.
Chickens qualifying for entry in the final may not be entered in any other classes at Swinford Show.
The chickens must be penned in the cages provided at the show grounds by 10.30am.
Winners will be announced at 2pm.
These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules and Swinford Agricultural Show Rule.
No bedding allowed in cages.
Exhibitors must be owners and be present at the final.

Entry fee – to Qualifying Shows €3. To Final €6
Prizes – 1st – €200; 2nd – €150; 3rd – €100; 4th – €60; 5th – €40; 6th – €30; 7th to end – €20

FINAL: SWINFORD SHOW Sunday 28th August 2022

Class 202a

Qualifier THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCATION & SWINFORD SHOW SOCIETY
Present
The All-Ireland Soft Feather: Heavy Breeding Pair Chicken Championship
Class No. 731
SPONSORED BY: S.A.M. DUFFY TYRES, CULMORE, SWINFORD
TOWER HARDWARE, MAIN ST., SWINFORD

Prize fund: €500
Rules and Conditions
The soft feather final is open to all Soft Feather: Heavy Breeding Pairs
i.e., Australorp, Barnevelder, Brahma, Cochin, Croad Langshran, Dorking, Faverolles, Frizzle, Marans, New Hampshire Red, Orpington, Plymouth Rock, Rhode Island Red, Sussex, Wyandotte.
No more than two pairs from each qualifying Show will be eligible to compete in the Final.
Individual competitors may qualify no more than one pair for the final.
Chickens qualifying for entry in the final may not be entered in any other classes at Swinford Show.
The chickens must be penned in the cages provided at the show grounds by 10.30am.
Winners will be announced at 2pm.
These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules and Swinford Agricultural Show Rule.
No bedding allowed in cages.
Exhibitors must be owners and be present at the final.

Entry fee – to Qualifying Shows €3. To Final €6
Prizes – 1st – €200; 2nd – €150; 3rd – €100; 4th – €60; 5th – €40; 6th – €30; 7th to end – €20

FINAL: SWINFORD SHOW Sunday 28th August 2022

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Section 5 Classes – €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

EGGS MUST BE SHOWN ON PLATE PROVIDED WITH NO
ADORNMENTS AND IN PLACE BY 9.30AM

EGGS MUST BE SHOWN ON PLATE PROVIDED WITH NO
ADORNMENTS AND IN PLACE BY 9.30AM

EGGS MUST BE SHOWN ON PLATE PROVIDED WITH NO
ADORNMENTS AND IN PLACE BY 9.30AM

EGGS MUST BE SHOWN ON PLATE PROVIDED WITH NO
ADORNMENTS AND IN PLACE BY 9.30AM

EGGS MUST BE SHOWN ON PLATE PROVIDED WITH NO
ADORNMENTS AND IN PLACE BY 9.30AM

EGGS MUST BE SHOWN ON PLATE PROVIDED WITH NO
ADORNMENTS AND IN PLACE BY 9.30AM

EGGS MUST BE SHOWN ON PLATE PROVIDED WITH NO
ADORNMENTS AND IN PLACE BY 9.30AM

EGGS MUST BE SHOWN ON PLATE PROVIDED WITH NO
ADORNMENTS AND IN PLACE BY 9.30AM

The Show Committee will present a Perpetual Silver Cup to the Exhibitor who obtains the
greatest number of points in Section 6 Classes 229 – 271 to last class excluding potatoes inclusive.
No points for Classes in which entries are received from fewer than three separate competitors.

Points to count: 1st Prize - 5 points; 2nd Prize - 3 points; 3rd Prize - 1 point.

Kindly Sponsored By Pergola Nurseries
Prize Fund: €330
Assortment of Fruit & Vegetables from exhibitor’s own garden, accompanied by an 8” X 6’’
photograph of the garden.
The entry must be displayed on a space of not more than 36” X 36”
Entry Fee – €5
Prizes: 1st – €250 Pergola Nurseries Voucher; 2nd – €50 Pergola Nurseries Voucher;
3rd – €30 Pergola Nurseries Voucher.

Prize Fund: – €500

The Irish Shows Association And Virginia Show Present

RULES & CONDITIONS
In this competition, the produce must be the property of, and grown by, the exhibitor.
Each exhibit is to consist of the following;
A dish of 5 onions of any variety
The onions may be grown from wither seed or sets.
The onions may be Autumn or spring sown. The variety to be correctly named.
Each onion must be tied and weigh no more than 450grams.
The onions to be harvested and have clear unbroken skins.
A special qualifying class will be held at selected shows. Two exhibits may qualify for the Final, if the judges agree that the standard is high enough.

The Competition will be judged as follows:
Condition/Quality: 25 points, Uniformity and Shape: 25 points
Size/Weight: 10 points, Colour:10 points
Overall presentation/attractiveness: 10 points

Judge’s decision will be final at all stages of the competition.
Exhibits are displayed at owner’s risk.
These Rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A. Rules
Entry fee to Final: €6
Prizes: 1st – €200 and Perpetual Trophy; 2nd – €125; 3rd – €75; 4th – 50; 5th – €25; 6th – €25
Perpetual Trophy Sponsored By Raymond Higgins

No.

Show

Name

Address

1

Westmeath Show Society (Mullingar) Patrick Casey  Ballymulsey, Ballymahon, Co. Longford 

2

Granard Agricultural Show  Raymond Higgins  Passage West, Co. Cork

3

Flavours of Fingal  George McCullough    Collinstown Cross, Cloughran, Co. Dublin 

4

Flavours of Fingal  Michael Burke   River Valley, Swords, Co. Dublin

5

Barryroe Show  Alison Perrott Sleepy Rock, Grange, Timoleague, Co. Cork 

6

Sligo County Agricultual Show  Michael McGoldrick  Kilcoosey, Dromahair, Co. Leitrim, F91TD72

7

Carberry Show  Kieran O’Keeffee Sporthouse, Butlerstown, Co. Waterford

8

Corofin North Clare Agricultual Show  Raymond Higgins   Passage West, Co. Cork

9

Corofin North Clare Agricultual Show Sean Egan  Tarmons East, Tarbert, Co. Kerry

10

North Sligo Agricultural Show  Margaret Prendergast Rockfort, Irishtown, Co. Mayo

11

Kilgarvan Show  Sean Egan  Tarmons East, Tarbert, Co. Kerry 

12

Kilgarvan Show  Sean Egan  Tarmons East, Tarbert, Co. Kerry 

13

Castleblayney Show  Castleblayney Community Gardens  Annahale, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan 

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st - €15; 2nd - €10; 3rd - €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

Entry fee for all Vegetables, Oats, Barley, other crops and Potato from class 229 to 271
Classes- €2 Prizes: 1st – €15; 2nd – €10; 3rd – €5

(Sheaf of Exhibit must not be less than 18” in circumference)

(Sheaf of Exhibit must not be less than 18” in circumference)

(Sheaf of Exhibit must not be less than 18” in circumference)

(Sheaf of Exhibit must not be less than 18” in circumference)

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

(All fruit to be grown by Exhibitor and variety named.)

The Bernard Dunne Perpetual Memorial Cup will be presented to the Exhibitor who obtains the
greatest number of points in Classes 273-313.
No points in any Class for which entries are received from fewer than 3 separate competitors.
Points: 1st Prize - 5 points; 2nd Prize- 3 points; 3rd Prize - 1 point;
Evidence of exhibits being home produced to be included where possible.
Judge’s decision is final.

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

Gilgowan Awards Ltd Castlerahan Cup for the Exhibitor who obtains the highest number of
points in Classes 261-271

(All fruit to be grown by Exhibitor and variety named.)

Kindly Sponsored by Pergola Nurseries
Best Fairy Garden to be displayed on a space of maximum size 24” X 24”.
Entry Fee – €3
Prizes: 1st – €50 Pergola Nurseries Voucher; 2nd – €30 Pergola Nurseries Voucher; 3rd – €20 Pergola
Nurseries Voucher.

CLASSES 273 - 313 Entry fee - €2 Prizes: 1st - €15; 2nd - €10; 3rd - €5

Fruit to be displayed on a plain plate.
Evidence of exhibits being home produced to be included where possible. Judge’s decision final.

Fruit to be displayed on a plain plate.
Evidence of exhibits being home produced to be included where possible. Judge’s decision final.

Fruit to be displayed on a plain plate.
Evidence of exhibits being home produced to be included where possible. Judge’s decision final.

Fruit to be displayed on a plain plate.
Evidence of exhibits being home produced to be included where possible. Judge’s decision final.

Fruit to be displayed on a plain plate.
Evidence of exhibits being home produced to be included where possible. Judge’s decision final.

Fruit to be displayed on a plain plate.
Evidence of exhibits being home produced to be included where possible. Judge’s decision final.

Fruit to be displayed on a plain plate.
Evidence of exhibits being home produced to be included where possible. Judge’s decision final.

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible.

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirements will not be eligible

Exhibits not complying with size requirement will not be eligible & may not be displayed.

Exhibits not complying with size requirement will not be eligible & may not be displayed.

Exhibits not complying with size requirement will not be eligible & may not be displayed.

Exhibits not complying with size requirement will not be eligible & may not be displayed.

Exhibits not complying with size requirement will not be eligible & may not be displayed.

Exhibits not complying with size requirement will not be eligible & may not be displayed.

Exhibits not complying with size requirement will not be eligible & may not be displayed.

(Exhibits may not be removed before 5 pm)

Virginia Agricultural Show Society
Presents
2022 ICA Guild “Skills of the Year” Competition
Kindly Sponsored by Mc EVOY’S ‘SuperValu’, Virginia

Theme: “Coping with Covid 19”

Needlework/Craft: An item of needlework completed during a Covid-19 lockdown. 20 Points

Cookery: Create, cook, and decorate a cake to celebrate the end of Covid-19 restrictions 20 Points

Art: Create a collage (Max 4ft wide x 2ft high) depicting the impact of Covid-19 on your guild and/or community. 20 Points

Floral: Display a floral arrangement (Max space 2ft high x 2ft wide) which pays tribute to those lost during the Covid-19 pandemic 20 points

Overall: Each guild will have an area no more than 4ft x 2ft x 2ft to co-ordinate their display 20 Points

No additional accessories to be used only those items made for competition and a table cloth if desired. All items to be displayed on table top in assigned area no more than 4ft x 2ft. Additional accessories will be removed.

All entry forms to be signed by Guild Secretary as being the work of the guild.

Prizes: 1st – €200; 2nd – €100; 3rd – €70; 4th – €50; 5th – €40; 6th – €40.
Awards will be presented for the winning item in each individual section, independent of overall result.

Closing date for entries: 10th August, 2022
Competition to be held at Virginia Show on Wednesday, 24th August, 2022

Virginia Agricultural Show Society — Entry Form ICA Competition 2022
Guild Name: _______________________________________
County: ___________________________________________
Secretary: _________________________________________
Address: __________________________________________
___________________________________________
Telephone: ________________________________________

Entry form to be returned to: The Secretary, Virginia Show, The Showgrounds, Virginia Co. Cavan or email to: virginiashowoffice@gmail.com

Kindly Sponsored by Riverfront Bar & Restaurant Virginia.
Rules and conditions
1. Each entry to consist of 3 individual desserts-single serving of each.
2. The entry to be displayed on a tray measuring not more than 20 inches by 20 inches.
3. Points will be awarded for taste, texture & appearance of the entries.
4. Maximum cost not to exceed €15(proof to be provided for judges)
5. The entry must be the work of the exhibitor, and home baked.
8. All entries are shown at owner’s risk.
Entry Fee – €5 Prizes 1st – €150; 2nd – €100; 3rd – €75; 4th – €50; 5th – €25

The Una McEnroe Perpetual Cup will be presented to the exhibitor who obtains the highest number of points in Classes 316-350. Points to count: 1st Prize - 5 points; 2nd Prize - 3 points - 3rd Prize, 1 point.
No points in any Class for which entries are received from less than 3 separate competitors. All exhibits to be produced by the Exhibitor.
Entry fee - €2 in Classes 316-350 Prizes: 1st - €15; 2nd - €10; 3rd - €5

A special prize will be presented to the exhibitor who obtains the highest number of points
in Classes 351-362. No points in any Class for which entries are received from fewer than
3 separate competitors.
Points to count: 1st Prize - 5 points; 2nd Prize - 3 points; 3rd Prize - 1 point.

Entry fee, €2 in Classes. 351– 362 Prizes: 1st - €15; 2nd - €10; 3rd - €5

Please read rules, entry form and regulations of Cavan Beekeepers in back of book
Honey class Entry Fee €2. Except Classes H16& H17 free

Classes H18- H20 open to members of County Fermanagh Beekeepers Association – ONLY

Classes H13 – H17 open to members of County Cavan Beekeepers Association – ONLY

Classes H13 – H17 open to members of County Cavan Beekeepers Association – ONLY

Classes H13 – H17 open to members of County Cavan Beekeepers Association – ONLY