Simmental Young Stockperson of the Year Jason Whitcroft, Armagh.
The Boyd family, Slievenagh Herd, Portglenone, Robin, Darla, Christopher, Jamie, and Adele McKeown, collected an array of trophies at the NI Simmental Cattle Breeders’ Club’s annual dinner, Dungannon.
Club Member of the Year Darla Boyd, Portglenone, receives the Betty Walker Memorial Trophy from chairman Richard Rodgers.
Joe Wilson, Newry, won the Woodcraft Kitchens Junior Heifer Derby. He received his award from sponsor Eamon McCloskey.
Andrew Tecey presents the Danske Bank reserve female of the year award to Jonny and Julie Hazelton, Ranfurly Herd, Dungannon.
Christopher Weatherup, Ballyclare, and fiancee Laura McLean, with the William Black Memorial Cup for the supreme champion at Balmoral Show.
Vice-chairman Matthew Cunning, front left, and chairman Richard Rodgers, right, are pictured with guests at the NI Simmental Cattle Breeders’ Club annual dinner, Dungannon. They include: Eamon McCloskey, Woodcraft Kitchens; Nigel Glasgow, Millburn Concrete; Neill Acheson, Animax; Andrew Tecey, Danske Bank; Francis Connon, Connon General Merchants; and Ian Cummins, Irwin Feeds.
Robin Boyd receives the Irwins Feeds cup for the best junior bull at Clogher Show on behalf of Duncan McDowell, Newtownards, from sponsor Ian Cummins.
Andrew Tecey, Danske Bank, presents the male and reserve male of the year awards to Jamie and Christopher Boyd, and Adele McKeown, Slievenagh Herd, Portglenone.
Francis Connon, Connon General Merchants, presents the trophy for the champion at the May show and sale to Christopher Weatherup, Ballyclare.
Chairman Richard Rogers presents the DANI Rosebowl for the best performance recorded Simmental bull at Enniskillen Show to John Moore, Beragh.
Joe and Phyllis Wilson, Newry, receive the female of the year award from Andrew Tecey, Dankse Bank, at the NI Simmental Club’s annual dinner, Dungannon.
Eamon McCloskey exhibited the female champion at the club’s spring show and sale. He received his award from Nigel Glasgow, Millburn Concrete, sponsor.
Marcus Berry, centre, receives an array of trophies on behalf of Noel and Mai Kilpatrick, Banbridge, at the NI Simmental Club’s annual dinner. He was congratulated by vice-chairman Matthew Cunning, and chairman Richard Rodgers.
Jill and Norman Robson, Doagh, proudly display the SH Watterson Perpetual Cup for the highest priced bull at the club’s spring show and sale.
Richard Rodgers presents the Gillen Trophy for the best under 21 judge to Zara Stubbs, who collected it on behalf of her sister Alice.
Robin and Darla Boyd won the Merial Crystal Award for Simmental Pair of the Year.
Neill Acheson, Animax, presents the trophy for the male champion at the autumn show and sale to Darla Boyd, who collected it on behalf of Duncan McDowell.
Committee member Thelma Gorman makes a presentation to the chairman’s wife Sandra Rodgers.