The final day of cattle competition for beef cattle was held on Saturday afternoon at Balmoral Show with exhibitors vying for glory in the beef pairs and team of five classes.
The Campell family, Carnlough, Co Antrim, claimed the top placing in the beef pairs class with two Limousin animals from their Spage herd.
Runner-up was awarded to the Brigadoon Charolais herd, one of two team entries forwarded by the Connolly family, Ballynahinch, Co Down, with the Maginn family, Downpatrick, Co Down taking third place with their Salers cattle.
Beef Shorthorn won the team of five for the native breeds, with Irish Moiled cattle placed second. The Limousin entry won the team of five award for continental beef cattle with Salers runner-up.
Brigadoon Charolais competed in the beef pairs.
The second-placed pairs team from Brogadoon Charolais.
The champion team of pairs from the Campbell family.
Irish Moiled cattle.
Brigadoon Charolais placed second in the line-up in the beef pairs class.
Cattle under the judge's eye.
The second pairs entry from Brigadoon Charolais.
The third-placed pairs team from the Maginn family, Co Down.
The Simmental entry for the team of five.
The Irish Moiled cattle were runners-up in the native beef breed team of five.
Beef Shorthorn clinched the team of five for native beef breeds.
The Limousin team of five won the continental class.
The Limousin team.
The Salers team of five.
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