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Ten Pin Bowling Competition

Thursday, January 6th, 2022
A fab night at the county bowling competition at TenPin, Stafford.
The Team results were as follows:
🥇Chase YFC A
🥈Leek YFC
🥉Chase YFC B
Mens Individuals:
🥇Phil Hall, Chase YFC
🥈Freddy Moss, Leek YFC
🥈Dan Beswick, Waterhouses YFC
Female Individuals:
🥇Freya Nilsson, Chase YFC
🥈Zoe Brocklehurst, Cheadle YFC
🥉 Lizzie James, Leek YFC

Public Speaking Day Results 2021

Monday, December 6th, 2021
Over 100 Staffordshire YFC members took part in 10 competitions, the results were as follows:
Junior Reading
1st – Eccleshall – Molly Thompson, Edward Bowers & Lillian Busby
2nd – Uttoxeter – Abigail Palmer, Poppy Liddicoat-Bevan & Imogen Greaves
3rd – Leek A – Tom Harrison, George Salt, Evie Pickford
Junior Speaking
1st – Eccleshall –  Lily Busby, Molly Sammons & Charlotte Fox
2nd Waterhouses
3rd – Leek
Intermediate Brainstrust
1st – Uttoxeter – Toby Hall, Zara Greaves, Annabelle Greaves & Charlotte Goodwin
2nd – Eccleshall
3rd – Chase
Under 17yrs MOTY
1st – Molly Sammons – Eccleshall
2nd – Jamie Beardmore – Cheadle
3rd – Heidi Clark – Uttoxeter
18yrs over MOTY – MALE
1st – Toby Hall – Uttoxeter
2nd – James Freeman – Chase
3rd – Henry Walker – Ashley
18yrs over MOTY – FEMALE
1st – Kate Mollatt – Uttoxeter
2nd – Olivia Larsson – Ashley
3rd – Serena Gough – Eccleshall
Situations Vacant
1st – Natalie Bradley – Eccleshall
2nd – Kate Oakes – Chase
3rd – Dan Bowers – Eccleshall
NFYFC Cheerleading
1st – Ashley, 2nd – Leek, 3rd – Uttoxeter
Show Choir
1st – Uttoxeter, 2nd – Eccleshall

Mixed Hockey Competition

Sunday, November 14th, 2021
Well done to everyone who played in the mixed hockey competition and even the sun shone! 🏑 ☀️
🥇Chase Young Farmers.
🥈Leek Young Farmers Club A
🥉Leek Young Farmers Club B
Well done everyone and thanks to Abbotsholme School for letting us use their hockey pitch and to Pauline for doing a fantastic job of refereeing the match’s 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

County AGM Results 2021

Friday, November 5th, 2021

Announced at the Staffordshire YFC County AGM held on Friday 5th November 2021:

H.D. Hobson Cup (for the Club with the highest percentage increase in membership, first presented in the Federation in 1975)

Winner – Stone YFC

Newsletter Shield   – Kindly donated by the Staffordshire Newsletter and first presented in 1978

This is presented for the best contribution to the Book of the Year

Runner-up –  Cheadle YFC and Chase YFC                            Winners – Ashley YFC

County Chairman’s Trophy for Outstanding County Officer

Winners – Hannah Britland and Beckie Phillips, as the joint Development Chairladies of Staffordshire YFC.

David Palij Award: Awarded for Charity/Community Work done in a particular year, but not necessarily based on the amount of money raised. The Trophy was presented in memory of the late David Palij, a severely disabled victim of thalidomide who worked in the YFC Office during 1983 until his tragic death in a road accident at the age of 21.

Runner up – Eccleshall YFC; Winners –  Ashley YFC

Manifold Marketing Award:

A trophy awarded by Norman Manifold, and first presented in 1995.  This award is presented to the Club gaining the highest number of points within the Club Efficiency Competition for the following element – Promoting your Club and Participation and Engagement in Club, County and Community Events.

Joint Runners-up: Cheadle YFC, Chase YFC and Uttoxeter JNFU;       Winners:          Ashley YFC

Scrapbook Award: First presented in 1992 and given to the Federation by the Vice Chairman of Staffordshire County Council, Mr J E Roberts.

Runners up:  Cheadle YFC;                          Winners: Ashley YFC

Overall Competition Cup for the County Show: Presented to the Federation by Mr R Tonge in 1967 for the best exhibits at the County Show.  It is now awarded for the Club who collates the highest number of Competition Points at the County Show Competitions.

Runner-up: Uttoxeter JNFU                      Winners:  Stone YFC

Most Improved Club – Competitions Cup (This is an award given to the club that has improved the most in Competitions from the 2016/2017 year). First presented for YFC use in 1996 and was given to the Federation by the Staffordshire branch of the NFU.

Runner-up: Lichfield YFC; Winners:          Stone YFC

Small Clubs Trophy (This is an award given to the club out of the five smallest clubs in the County with regard to membership, who have achieved the most points throughout the year for competitions.)  Trophy given to the Federation by the County NFU in 1996.

Runner-up: Chase YFC; Winner: Cheadle YFC

The Ken Unwin MBE Memorial Cup (donated to Staffordshire YFC by the Staffordshire NFU and is given in memory of Mr Ken Unwin MBE and first presented in 2011)

Runner-up: Ashley YFC; Winner:               Stone YFC

Overall Competitions Cup Runner-up:     Eccleshall YFC; Winners:               Uttoxeter JNFU

Most Outstanding Chairman:              Joint Runner-up:       Jack Salt, Ashley YFC & Toby Hall, Uttoxeter JNFU

Winner:                   Sarah Bourne, Cheadle YFC

Most Outstanding Secretary:               Runner-up:             Hollie Kelly, Chase YFC

Winner:                  Liv Larsson, Ashley YFC

Most Outstanding Treasurer:               Runner-up:             Kate Oakes, Chase YFC

Winner:                   Bella Lucas, Ashley YFC

Most Outstanding Club Leader:            Runner-up:             Phil Wilson, Uttoxeter JNFU

Winner:                   Sarah Hope, Ashley YFC

Club Efficiency Shield:                           Runner up:             Uttoxeter JNFU

Winner:                   Ashley YFC

Carcase Judging

Thursday, October 7th, 2021

Last night was our carcass judging competition, kindly hosted by T G Sargeant’s in Bramshall.

Well done to everyone who took part, and placed individually. It was brilliant to see so many new faces having a go.

The overall results were:

1st  Uttoxeter JNFU – Young Farmers

2nd Leek Young Farmers Club

3rd Eccleshall Young Farmers

Thank you to The Farmers Arms, for hosting the results and putting on an excellent buffet, to T G Sargeants, to our judges- Matt, Pete and Simon, to our scorers and the stewards.

Further pictures can be found in our Carcase Judging gallery

 

 

 

 

 

FIVE-A-SIDE FOOTBALL COMPETITION

Sunday, October 3rd, 2021
A fantastic day at 5-a-side football, even if we did get exposed to the true British weather ☔️ ☀️
We had 6 teams entered in the Men’s league, which placed as follows:
In the female league, we had 6 teams playing, which placed as follows:
🥇Waterhouses YFC
🥈Eccleshall Young Farmers
🥉Cheadle Young Farmers
Well done to everyone who took part in today’s competition, and a special thank you to Powerleague for hosting us and running the day so efficiently ⚽️⚽️
 

 

 

Fence Erecting Competition at Stone District SBAS Ploughing Match

Sunday, September 26th, 2021

On Sunday 26th September 2021, five clubs competed in the Fence Erecting Competition by kind invitation of Stone District SBAS Annual Match – this year held by kind permission of H Sant & Son at Hanchurch, with fencing materials kindly provided by W Burton & Sons

1st Place – Eccleshall YFC

2nd Place – Chase YFC

3rd Place – Waterhouses YFC

The first place team goes forward to the WMA round in Summer 2022.

Many thanks to the judges, stewards and everyone that contributed to the competition – as ever much appreciated

Show Float Competition 2021

Thursday, August 26th, 2021

Stone YFC “Extra Terrestrial” Show Float

Back after a year off from Stafford County Show, Staffordshire Young Farmers take to the main ring with record crowds enjoying the blazing sunshine on day two, Thursday 26th August 2021.  They held their annual Young Farmers’ Show Float Competition with the theme this year being “80’s films”, which meant for plenty of construction, colour and fun on each float as they created some of the most well-known films from an era which many of them cannot even remember!   The sponsor of the competition, BD Fuels of Hixon kindly judged the floats before and during their journey into the main ring of the County Showground.  This prestigious competition, the highlight of the YFC calendar and one of the most popular ran by Staffordshire Young Farmers, draws the largest crowd to the main. This year clubs managed to still create them in the six-week window once all restrictions were fully lifted following covid 19.

Led in the main ring by a JCB on loan from C Wheawall Contractors, the Overall Float Competition was won by Stone Young Farmers who created scenes from the 1982 film, “ET!”  Their float was complete with an elevating bike and inflatable aliens.   This was a very big achievement for this club who only reformed after covid 19 early in May of this year.   Second place was awarded to Cheadle YFC who recreated the film “Grease 2” also from 1982 which made for a very lively spectacle with music, T-Birds and Pink Ladies.    In third place was Chase YFC this year, who bought the classic film “Dirty Dancing” to the main ring from 1987.   Their float had some great scenery and artwork including the famous dance bridge.  Fourth place was awarded to Uttoxeter JNFU for their depiction of the 1984 film, “Indiana Jones” which saw members in safari outfits complete with a spinning man and mineshaft!

Stone Young Farmers were also awarded the Best Name Board Shield for their well designed and colourful sign and they were closely followed by Eccleshall Young Farmers, with their sign themed to “Crocodile Dundee” as the runners up. This part of the competition was judged by Mr T Packwood and Miss V Glover, Vice Chairman and Mr & Mrs T Parrot, Vice President of the Staffordshire & Birmingham Agricultural Society.

Members on the Show Floats from nine clubs entertained the huge crowds and judges as they circled the Main Ring.  After the year that everyone has experienced and the limitations to the clubs being able to meet Staffordshire YFC members thoroughly enjoy providing this entertainment to the general public and raising their profile, as a rural youth organisation which is all about fun, teamwork, learning and opportunities for anyone aged 10 to 28 years.  After circling the ring in the heat, members were so pleased to get stuck into the water fight to cool down.

Staffordshire YFC has had an amazing two days at this year’s County Show.  Their “Best of Staffordshire YFC” themed marquee has been full with people over the two days as members have put on a full programme of activities and competitions for everyone to enjoy.  County Chairlady, Amy Boothby commented that “We have had a great two days at the County Show promoting what YFC is all about.  The Show Floats were a fantastic and impressive display of skills including artwork, construction and obviously teamwork for weeks beforehand.  We have attracted a brilliant crowd of supporters of all ages which makes for a lovely atmosphere at the show. All the clubs have worked so hard towards this week and this has definitely paid off.”

Tug of War Competition 2021

Thursday, August 26th, 2021

The Wednesday of the County Show saw clubs from around the County compete for the Tug of War silverware, the results were:

Male

1st – Waterhouses YFC, 2nd – Stone YFC, 3rd – Cheadle YFC

Female

1st – Waterhouses YFC, 2nd – Cheadle YFC, 3rd – Uttoxeter JNFU

Take a look at the photos

Club Display Competition 2021

Wednesday, August 25th, 2021

Each Club has 1m x 1m cube to promote their Club at this years Stafford County Show, the displays are judged and the results were:

1st – Cheadle YFC

2nd – Stone YFC

3rd – Ashley YFC

 

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