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Randalstown YFC win YFCU's Club of the Year Award

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Zita McNaugher, YFCU President and Amy Bennington, Commercial Marketing Manager at Power NI are pictured at the launch of YFCU's Club of the Year Award

The Young Farmers' Clubs of Ulster have announced that Randalstown YFC have won the prestigious Club of the Year award.

Power NI continued their support for the Club of the Year award which saw clubs compete in six stages. Seven clubs made it through to the final stage and were asked to deliver a presentation on 'Our Club, Our Future' before Randalstown YFC were announced as the winner at the YFCU AGM.

Commenting on the competition, Amy Bennington, Power NI, said, “Congratulations to this year’s winning club, Randalstown YFC! We’re really proud to have supported YFCU, not just for the last number of years as Club of the Year sponsor, but also over the last 12 months as the COVID-19 Community Partner. Randalstown YFC were one of the many clubs who stepped up to help their neighbours during the pandemic and have demonstrated great development plans for the future – they are worthy winners of this award.”

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