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Scariff Show

Blue skies and sunshine brought with it a wonderful atmosphere and great conditions for the 68th annual Scariff Show, which was held over the weekend.


Eoin Flannery from Mountshannon washing down his limousins. Photograph by Declan MonaghanShow secretary, Joanne Allen said this year, as in every year, the event was brought about thanks to the coming together of the community.

This year’s show saw the return of the cattle section after a 12-to-15-year absence and taking the champion cattle title in this competition was Paul Marsh, County Clare.

The group will host its annual dinner dance in East Clare Golf Clubhouse on Sunday, October 28 at 8pm. More information is available from Marie McNamara, assistant secretary.

Champion Mare of Show, Hughie Murphy of County Mayo and he was presented with Michael Corbert Perpetual Cup; Champion Foal, John Kelleher, County Clare; Champion Pony of Show, John Minogue, County Clare; Champion Sheep of Show, Flan Casey, County Clare; Champion Show Hunter, Chloe Murphy on The Connoisseur, County Clare; Champion Working Hunter, Pataire Crawford on Ardfry Sarabi, County Galway; The Gain Dog All Ireland Large Dog, Valerie Hughes, County Galway; The Gain Dog All Ireland Toy Dog, Margo O’Reilly, County Wexford; ISA and Horse Board Ireland Yearling Filly All Ireland, PJ Lehane, County Cork; Best Turned Out at Filly All Ireland, Rebecca Monaghan, County Clare; Most Appropriately Dressed Lady, Lynn von Lintzgy; Most Appropriately Dressed Child, Michaela O’Donnell; Bonny Baby U-1, Taylor Fielding; Bonny Baby U-2, Oísín Scanlan.

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