Show crook­mak­ing re­sults

The Galloway News - - STEWARTRY SHOW -

Ian McConchie was once again the crook­mak­ing cham­pion at Ste­wartry Show.

Ian, of Hin­ton, Gate­house of Fleet, had won the cat­e­gory for five years run­ning be­fore judg­ing last year’s show.

The Mur­doch Tro­phy for best crook was won by Arthur R Young of Nara, 3 Th­reave Road, Rhone­house.

Sharon Mur­ray of 9 Lau­rel Bank, Cas­tle Dou­glas, won the Dal­beat­tie and Cas­tle Dou­glas Crook­mak­ers Tro­phy awarded to the best novice. Walk­ing sticks Judges: Mr and Mrs Burns, New Gal­loway. Plain horn: 1, 2 & 3 Mr Ian McConchie, Hin­ton, Gate­house of Fleet. Fancy horn: 1 & 2 Mr Ian McConchie; 3 John Craik, Wa­ter­side Farm, Haugh of Urr, Cas­tle Dou­glas.

Plain wood: 1 & 2 Mr Ian McConchie; 3 John Craik. Fancy wood: 1, 2 & 3 Mr Ian McConchie. Shep­herd’s crook (wood or horn): 1 Arthur R Young, Nara, 3 Th­reave Road, Rhone­house, Cas­tle Dou­glas; 2 Sheila Lit­tle, Stell Knowe, Dalry, Cas­tle Dou­glas.

One piece wood: 1 & 3 Mr Ian McConchie; 2 Arthur R Young.

Plain horn (novice): 1, 2 & 3 Sharon Mur­ray, 9 Lau­rel Bank, Cas­tle Dou­glas. Fancy horn (novice): 1 Sharon Mur­ray. Plain or fancy wood (novice): 1 Sharon Mur­ray.

Or­na­men­tal lamp (made with horn): 1, 2 & 3 Arthur R Young.

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