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Cham­pion of Cham­pion be­tween win­ners of horse, cat­tle and sheep sec­tions: Mar­garet MacKin­non Me­mo­rial Cup plus £100 from PK Nutri­tion; win­ner: Alexan­der Mac­Don­ald, Cor­rieb­hein.

Best fleece at show: Calum MacLeod Me­mo­rial Tro­phy; Win­ner: Mac­Don­ald girls, Bernis­dale.

Cat­tle: Cham­pion in Cat­tle Class The late John MacLeod of Macleod Tro­phy;Win­ner: Alexan­der Mac­Don­ald, Cor­rieb­hein; Re­serve cham­pion in cat­tle class: The late Ewen MacRae Shield; Win­ner: Wil­lie MacPher­son, Eynort; Best Calf: Alexan­der Mac­Don­ald, Cor­rieb­hein; Best Calf (op­po­site sex): Wil­lie Ni­col­son, Glen­conon; Best Cow (3 years old and over): Wil­lie Ni­col­son, Glen­conon; Best Cow (con­fined to crofters and small farm­ers): Wil­lie Ni­col­son, Glen­conon; Best Cow with Calf: Chris Camp­bell, Drynoch; Best Non Dairy Heifer in Calf: Wil­lie MacPher­son, Eynort; Best Heifer - 12 months or over: Peter Ni­col­son, Glen­conon; Best Pair of Calves: Alexan­der Mac­Don­ald, Cor­rieb­hein; Best Na­tive Breed: 1 Alexan­der Mac­Don­ald, 2 and 3 Wil­lie MacPher­son;

Crofter with Most Points in Cat­tle class: Wil­lie MacPher­son, Eynort.

Black­face sheep: Cham­pion Home bred Black­face Sheep Mr and Mrs W Rich­mond Cup Win­ner: Neil Mont­gomery, Ose; Best Black­face Ewe in Milk: Neil Mont­gomery, Ose; Best Black­face Fe­male: Neil Mont­gomery, Ose; Best Black­face Tup: Kenny Mac­In­tosh, Dun­ve­gan.

Che­viot sheep: Cham­pion Home Bred Che­viot Sheep The late Mrs O Martin Cup; Win­ner: An­gus Beaton, Gesto; An­gus also won: Best Ewe in Milk, Best Fe­male Best Lamb, Best Tup, Best Pen of Three Milk Ewes, Best Pen of Three Gim­mers, Best Pen of Three Lambs all in the Che­viot sec­tion; Best Group of Ewe, Gim­mer and Ewe lamb: Jamie MacKin­non, Struan.

Sheep - spe­cial prizes: Cham­pion in sheep classes Dun­ve­gan Ho­tel Cup Win­ner: An­gus Beaton, Gesto; Re­serve Cham­pion in Sheep Classes The late Au­drey Martin Shield Win­ner: Neil Mont­gomery, Ose; Best Che­viot: Billy Mac­In­tosh, Dun­ve­gan; Best Sheep (Any other Breed): Mary Mont­gomery, Braes; Best Lamb at Show: An­gus Beaton, Gesto; Best Tup at Show: John An­gus MacCus­bic, To­tarder; Best Ewe, any breed with Twins: An­gus Munro, Ea­bost West; Best Hand Reared Lamb: Kirsty Leitch, Uig­in­ish; Butcher’s Pen: Kenny Mac­In­tosh, Dun­ve­gan; Tay­lor Cup for Crofter with most points: Billy Mac­In­tosh, Dun­ve­gan.

Adult art: Pic­ture of An­i­mal, Flower or Skye Scene: Wild­ing Cup 1 Linda Jack­son; 2 Ann Sal­ter; 3 Linda Jack­son; Sketch any sub­ject: 1 Sam Ni­col­son,; 2 Mairi MacLeod; 3 Linda Jack­son. Adult pho­tog­ra­phy: Pho­to­graph of any as­pect of Skye Ann Trim­mer Shield: 1 Andy Sta­bles; 2 Thomas O’Brien; 3 Michael Cullen.

Chil­dren’s com­pe­ti­tions, pho­tog­ra­phy: Pho­to­graph of Any Sub­ject Ann Trim­mer Cup Win­ner: Louise McColl; Pho­to­graph of a Pet An­drew Tay­lor Cup Win­ner: Ruairidh MacLeod. Best young cook at show: Three Chim­neys Prize Win­ner; Kath­leen Mac­Don­ald.

Hand­i­crafts: Most Points in hand­i­craft

sec­tion The Late Mrs Stewart Cup Win­ner: Linda Jack­son; Best Hand Knit­ted Ex­hibit Pa­ton and Bald­win Shield Win­ner: Ann Sal­ter;Best Ex­hibit in classes one to 11 Jean Buchan Me­mo­rial Cup Win­ner: Mandy Boswell; Best Ex­hibit in Classes 12 to 22 Clachan Gael Voucher Win­ner: Irene Owen; Best Ar­ti­cle of Cro­chet Mar­garet MacKin­non Cup Win­ner: Denise McColl; Best Hand­spun, Wo­ven or Knit­ted Gar­ment Shi­las­dair Yarn Win­ner: Ann Sal­ter.

Home pro­duce: Win­ner of Most Points Dun­ve­gan SWRI Cup Win­ner: Ali­son Sta­bles; Best Ex­hibit in Home Pro­duce Fas­gadh Stores Prize Win­ner: Cather­ine Mathe­son; Best Clootie Dumpling Jessie Khaliq Shield Win­ner: Shona Mac­Don­ald.

Hor­ti­cul­ture: Most Points Sli­gachan Chal­lenge Cup Win­ner: Andy Sta­bles; Best Pota­toes Ard­more Me­mo­rial Tro­phy Win­ner: Andy Sta­bles; Best Pot Plant: Michael Cullen. Flower ar­range­ments: The Late Mary Mac­Don­ald Chal­lenge Cup Win­ner: Mag­gie Walker, Dun­ve­gan.

Chil­dren’s mu­sic com­pe­ti­tions: Guitar 5 - 8 years; 1 Jake Bold, Dun­ve­gan; 2 Tim Ni­col­son, Kil­muir. Guitar 9 – 12 years; 1 So­phie Holmes, Portree; 2 Re­becca Collins, Dun­ve­gan; 3 Kai Purdy, Portree; Most Points and win­ner of Tro­phy do­nated by Rev­erend Ted Red­head: Jake Bold.

Wind In­stru­ment; 5 - 8 years; 1 Char­lie Lat­ton, Portree; 2 Cather­ine Robert­son, Dun­ve­gan; 3 Joshua Tay­lor, Portree; Wind In­stru­ment 9 -12 years; 1 Re­becca Collins, Dun­ve­gan; 2 Lola Bold, Dun­ve­gan; 3 Mhairi Gillies, Portree; Most Points and win­ner of tro­phy do­nated by Bill and Shirley Rich­mond; Re­becca Collins.

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