This pen of 50kg ewe lambs sold for €155 each (€3.10/kg).
The third prizewinning pen of ewe lambs were bred by Dylan leybourne, Tullowhill. They weighed 48kg and sold for €160.
This pen of fourth prizewinning ewe lambs, bred by John Bolger, Bennekerry, weighed 50kg and sold for €135 each.
This pen of ewe lambs bred by Alfred Beattie were the sixth prizewinners in the show. They weighed 48kg and sold for €152 each.
The first prizewinning pen of ewe lambs weighed 50kg, were bred by Thomas Bolger, Kill, Tullow and sold for €155 each.
These second prizewinning pen of 55kg ewe lambs were bred by patrick Doyle, Ballymore Eustace and sold for €167 each.
John Nolan, Chair Tullow Sheep Breeders association with Patrick McEvoy, owner of the first prizewinning pen of ewe hoggets which sold for €222.
This pen of top-quality Suffolk-Cheviot cross ewe hoggets were second prizewinners and sold for one of the top prices on the day at €224 each.
This pen of lighter hoggets were placed sixth prizewinners in the ewe hogget class and sold for €187 each.
These large-framed ewe hoggets secured the place of fourth prizewinners in the show and sold for €217 each.
This fifth prizewinning pen of blacker-headed Suffolk-Cheviot cross ewe hoggets sold for €190 each.