Glyn Coch ewe lamb wins Royal Welsh

Soaking up the sunshine on Tuesday this week for the Royal Welsh Show, judge Jim Jeffrey from Ireland found his Charollais breed champion in the form of a ewe lamb from Adrian Davies’ Glyn Coch flock.

Described by the judge as a ewe lamb with immense style, presence, great locomotion and a tight skin, this one is by Logie Durno Wall St and is out of a homebred ewe by Arbryn SamJay.

Taking the reserve spot having won the aged ram class and the male championship was Foxhill Va Va Voom from the Ingram family.

Class Results:

Aged ram: 
1st Ingram 20XWY00604
2nd Prichard 20TZ03068
3rd Sercombe 20PE08770

Aged ram winner, male champion and reserve overall from Logie Durno.

Shearling ram: 
1st Burrough 21WGN05381
2nd Buckland 21XLT03950
3rd Sercombe 21PE09531

Shearling ram winner from Gerald Burrough

Ram lamb:
1st Curran 22XEV01952
2nd Thomas 22WRF00905
3rd Lewis 22VJZ04741

Ram lamb and reserve interbreed ram lamb from Paul Curran

Ewe, two shear or over: 
1st Danforth 20WWJ00163
2nd V Sercombe 19ZWA08005
3rd Ingram 19WNC27404

Aged ewe winner from James Danforth

Shearling ewe: 
1st Lewis 21XXJ01033
2nd Ingram 21ZNN37362
3rd Sercombe 21PE09525

Shearling ewe winner and reserve female champion from David Lewis

Ewe lamb: 
1st Davies 22XCA01975
2nd Ingram 22WNC43525
3rd Curran 22XEV01942

Ewe lamb, female and overall champion from Adrian Davies

Group of Three: 
1st Ingram
2nd Sercombe 

Group of Three winners from Logie Durno

Male Champion:
Ingram Foxhill Va Va Voom 

Reserve Male Champion: 
Curran ram lamb also reserve interbreed ram lamb 

Female Champion: 
Davies 22XCA01975

Reserve Female Champion: 
Lewis 21XXJ01033

Overall champion: 
Davies 22XCA01975 

Reserve overall champion:
Ingram Foxhill Va Va Voom