Glarryford Young Farmers’ Club has been a hive of activity in recent weeks with members taking part in a number of events.
The Glarryford girls started off the YFCU summer activities by attending the County Antrim and County Down heats for the ladies football at the start of May.
Three teams attended this event with one senior and one junior team making it to the finals at Balmoral Show.
Next on the agenda was the YFCU Drama Dinner on May 6 which saw Glarryford’s three- act play ‘Anyone Could Rob a Bank’ reap the awards.
Adam McAuley received a merit for acting, Cathy Knowles gained best actress, John McIlrath gained best actor, Ken Rock and Alison Caldwell were named Best Producers and overall Glarryford won the best three-act play.
This was a very successful night for the club and thanks go to the dedicated producers and cast members.
Next up was Balmoral Show and Glarryford participated in a range of activities at the show to include YFCU Floral Art Finals, Ladies football finals and the Tug of War competition.
Congratulations go to Suzanne Reid who gained second in the 14-16 age group in the floral art.
Glarryford YFC have a busy few months ahead. First up is the Community Treasure Hunt which will be held at Glarryford YFC Hall on June 10, at 7.30pm. All family, neighbours and friends are welcome to come along.
The following week sees the club’s Sports Night on June 17 which will be held in the field behind Patton’s Pub Cloughmills at 7.30pm.
This is a fun filled night with an immense number of activities suited to all ages including entertainment and races for primary school children.