Southern Vintage match results & photos


A bright start gave way to some blustery showers and when the points were totalled up there were some close totals

Southern Vintage Engine & Tractor Club Shield – World Class

PositionNameSplitByeSeedbedUniformityPackingStraightnessIns & outsClashPoints
1Colin Duggan1515161816171618131
2Steven Lace1518181617151516130

 

Cecil J Mitchell Shield – Vintage Trailer Diesel

PositionNameSplitByeSkimmersUniformityPackingSeedbedIns & outsClashPoints
1Tony Collister1617181818171816138
2Francis Garnett-Ore1615151516151810120

 

Roy Hutchinson Memorial Shield – Classic Tractor Class

PositionNameSplitByeSeedbedUniformityPackingStraightnessIns & outsClashPoints
1Jeffrey Kelly121112101017131095

 

Ferguson T-20 System Class

PositionNameSplitByeSkimmersUniformityPackingSeedbedIns & outsClashPoints
1Chris Clegg111014131414187101
2Harry Kelly81012121415181099
3Michael Reubens1281010121218890

 

Darnills World Shield – Vintage Mounted TVO

PositionNameSplitByeSkimmersUniformityPackingSeedbedIns & outsClashPoints
1Jimmy Corlett1014161616161817123

 

Rose & David Corkish Shield – Vintage Mounted Diesel

PositionNameSplitByeSkimmersUniformityPackingSeedbedIns & outsClashPoints
1Alan Radcliffe1617181818181815138
2Peter Faragher1614181617171813129

 

Robert & Helen Cleator Shield – Horses

PositionNameOpeningByeSeedbedUniformityPackingStraightnessIns & outsClashPoints
1Nicola Rawnsley1818171918181918.5145.5
2Gordon Clague1718181918.5191817.5145
3Ian Tilley1616161717171717133

 

Other prizes

Jack Collinson Trophy: Best Horse Ploughing Clash:             Nicola Rawnsley

J Quilliam Trophy:   Youngest Competitor:        Harry Kelly

Bob Corkish Cup:     Best Clash:        Tony Collister

Metalco Shield: Ladies Trophy:        Nicola Rawnsley

 Mrs E M Cubbon Shield:                     Jimmy Corlett

Tractor of the Match:                                     MF35

Ballaconnell Cup: Best Butt [Horses]: Nicola Rawnsley

Judges for the day were Phil Gawne, Ray Gawne, Dennis Quirk, Jack Faragher and Willie Gelling


Margaret Dodd was on hand to capture the events of the day.

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