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Holestone YFC wins Young Farmers’ Club of Year 2024!

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Power NI, platinum sponsor and sustainability partner of the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster (YFCU), returned as long-term supporter of the Club of the Year competition.

The annual YFCU AGM and Club of the Year competition final was held on Saturday 20th April in the Silverbirch Hotel Omagh and Power NI’s Kerrieann Mullen joined the judging panel alongside Bob Esler, YFCU Honorary Treasurer, and Brooke Cameron from Hyperfast NI, to help choose the 2024 Club of the Year winner. 

Five clubs made it through to the final (Ballywater YFC, Cappagh YFC, Curragh YFC, Holestone YFC and last year’s winner Collone YFC) with Holestone finally clinching the overall title.

Kerrieann commented: “Power NI has sponsored the YFCU Club of the Year competition now for over a decade and it’s brilliant to see how every club works so hard to give back to their local community, raise money for charity, and provide as many social and educational activities as possible to make sure they have something for all their members. It wasn’t an easy decision to choose the winner, but it was an honour to be able to get involved in the judging.”

For the first time, the five finalist clubs had to create a short video and prepare a speech for the judges on why their club deserved to win the 2024 Club of the Year competition. The five clubs were also asked to prepare answers to questions from the judges. After a lot of consideration, Holestone YFC was announced as the YFCU Club of the Year for 2024. 

Kerrieann continued: “Congratulations to Holestone YFC, they spoke confidently and proudly about their club and were absolutely delighted to receive the title. I really enjoyed finding out more about their club’s events, activities and fundraising that they had done over the past year. Massive congratulations to all the finalists, and to all the clubs across Northern Ireland for all their hard work in their rural communities.”

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