There were 38 animals on offer comprising of 29 Charolais bulls, one Charolais heifer and eight Limousin bulls.
It was a disappointing trade, with only 14 of the 38 animals that passed through the ring selling on the day.
They sold at an overall average of €2,475. The Charolais average was €2,580.
The top price of €3,150 went to Cahirglissane Ned, which was exhibited by Patrick Hehir, Cloonahaha, Gort, Co Galway.
Along with taking top price on the day, Ned also collected a third place rosette in the pre-sale show.
He was sired by the Dovea AI bull Sicilien and out of a home-bred dam Liscally Eti.
He also had a five-star terminal index, with a €uro-Star value of €140 and 6.1% for calving ease.
Three lots claimed a price of €3,000. First of these was lot four, Portland Nero sired by Blelack Digger.
Nero carried an impressive €uro-Star index of €162 and €155 for terminal and replacement respectively and was also five stars.
He was bred by Donegal breeder Sidney McDaid Ray from Kilmacrennan, Letterkenny.
Next up was Cavehill Niall, which was awarded the red rosette in his class and went on to take champion Charolais of the show for Padraig Farrell, Aughavoneen, Fardrum, Athlone, Co Westmeath.
Niall was sired by Dromiskin Viceroy and displayed a five-star terminal index, with a 6.9% calving ease.
Joseph O’Reilly, Brickeens, Kenagh, Co Longford, was the last of the breeders to fetch a price tag of €3,000.
His stylish 17-month-old bull sired by a Goldstar Echo-bred stock bull also received first prize in his class earlier in the day.
Demand for Limousin bulls was poor. Only two of the nine Limousin bulls on offer were sold.
Both the champion and reserve Limousin were withdrawn, unsold from the sales ring.
Read the full sale report in next week’s Irish Farmers Journal.